TIL that the woman on the front cover of Joyce Manor’s “Never Hungover Again” is, in fact, Frances Quinlan. https://www.instagram.com/p/Bo9XmNSBCF0/ Now I love both Joyce Manor and Hop Along even more (which I did not realize was possible).
You probably forgot how good early Doves is. That’s okay! I’m here to remind you. https://open.spotify.com/track/2JpAeZfTokqjJd1Di5u5Ra?si=Ey1edDBrTHy9m4ZGUzBxNw
The amazing @phillylauren got sick of online marketers harassing women so she mercilessly owned them all with a hilarious website called Problem Bodies.
Read up and give it a whirl! https://technical.ly/philly/2018/09/05/lauren-hallden-problem-bodies/
… and so much of being a "bad dad" on the internet is "dude, how the hell did you let your kid get into Imagine Dragons?"
Listening to the audiobook of "Insanely Simple"[^1] and the author tells a story about Steve Jobs proudly demoing a "with special offers" version of OS 9 that would ship with a 60-second startup commercial, along with other ads throughout the OS.
I'm going to maybe spend the rest of the day thinking about this alternate timeline.
 Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/13383957-insanely-simple
A seemingly intentional design decision of Mastodon that I quite like: No quote-toots. Either boost or reply.
I know that I have been guilty of using the quote tweet on birdsite to dunk on someone in the search for likes and retweets. I did it just last night, in fact. Got a bunch of likes, made me feel smugly good, but also very bad at the same time.
This is the type of thing I mean when I say “twitter encourages me to be my worst self.”
only an idiot would swim through the shit i post
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