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"Coco is a movie about borders more than anything—the beauty in their porousness, the absolute pain produced when a…
june 2018
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great news, I found my favorite joke
june 2018
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just googled how to fold a fitted sheet, and this has so far been the most helpful result
june 2018
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One of my hobbies is thinking about blog posts I should write and never writing them.
june 2018
Pitch on Twitter: "new lacroix flavors! -transported in a truck near bananas -hint of hint of lime -single skittle dissolved in water -shy watermelon -imagine like, a strawberry but with low battery"
new lacroix flavors!
-transported in a truck near bananas
-hint of hint of lime
-single skittle dissolved in water
-shy watermelon
-imagine like, a strawberry but with low battery
humor  slackfodder  food  lacroix  hipsters 
june 2018
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This is not a dismissive attack, it is a literal explanation of the fundamentalist "anti-hermeneutic." Fundamentali…
june 2018
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So many people getting sucked into biblical prooftexting fights with fundamentalist ideologues. You will never win…
june 2018
This giant case transforms a 35mm camera into an instant camera - The Verge
The attachment, called a Magny 35, is comprised of three parts: an enlarging optics film back, an aluminum lens barrel, and the film ejection unit. To use it, detach your camera’s original back, and replace it with the assembled Magny 35. When you snap a photo, it will take the image from your camera and project the light onto the instant film surface, enlarging it to 62 x 62mm in the process. Everything connects with bayonet mounts for ease and speed.
cameras  via:tealtan  magny35 
june 2018
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coming for your foods, prague
june 2018
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Romans 13 was never about blindly following whatever elected officials say. In fact, quite the opposite: it's about…
june 2018
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Using the Bible to justify governmental autonomy and imply blind obedience—especially in regards to separating fami…
june 2018
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Trying to sing the baby to sleep. She kept saying “NO” and yelling something I couldn’t understand. Finally realize…
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My god is there any game that I stayed up for until 3 am more than Street Fighter from 1992 - 1996? I DUNNO but I'm…
june 2018
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Anyways, quoting Romans to justify racialized gradations of humanity is not a backwards reading of the bible. And…
june 2018
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And it seems important to do justice to what's happening now to have a sense of how whiteness provides the common i…
june 2018
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And I guess I'm thinking about this because there's a true lack of knowledge permeating liberal hot takes about wha…
june 2018
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I say this not because I want to recover Christianity as the guiding narrative of the human but because it exposes…
june 2018
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As much as people like to act like the humanism of the US was antithetical or a contestation of the US theological…
june 2018
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I find it weird when centrists get super upset with kids being taken from their parents, but when parents get taken…
june 2018
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Sick day . My kid made me tea and fixed me a snack when she got home from day camp. Then she queued up episodes o…
june 2018
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Please give this more likes and retweets. (I have given all of mine.)
june 2018
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What is this? A typography book for ants?
june 2018
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new lacroix flavors!
-transported in a truck near bananas
-hint of hint of lime
-single skittle dissolved in water…
june 2018
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Gather round, friends, because I have something I'd like to share with you. A behind-the-scenes perspective, if you…
june 2018
FLAIR (14) – HILOBROW
Without daily practice, I’m never going to be able to put on a sari well enough to wear out in public, much less to do so with the ease and mastery that the older women in my family display. But I recently realized that a small ritual of my own is improbably resonant.

Most mornings, I get up at six am and head to my boxing gym. Before pulling on my gloves to step into the ring, I wrap each hand carefully with a six-foot length of soft cotton strip, to brace and protect the delicate bones — the hands account for more than a quarter of all the bones in the body — from impact. After much practice, I now go through the process nearly automatically: winding the fabric around my hand, through my fingers, around my wrist, and finally smoothing down the fastener patch.
by:debcha  clothing  boxing  identity 
june 2018
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That’s a wrap on another Election Day in South Carolina. Going to sleep well tonight.
june 2018
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Selfie collection with brave people who volunteer to give me live feedback is growing. Thanks for 2 good days of br…
june 2018
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I am Filipino.

My name is Jose because of Spanish colonialism.

But Jose isn't José because of American imperialis…
june 2018
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Ahahahahahahahahaha
june 2018
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When someone says “we only hire full stack engineers” I hear “we don’t care about performance or accessibility or q…
june 2018
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If we spent as much time thinking about users as we do about the titles we give front-end developers then the web w…
june 2018
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*sips coffee and tries not to seagull scream*

‘DesignOps’, ‘Design Systems’ and ‘Design Technologist’ is just anot…
june 2018
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HTTPS = "Is the response untampered & from the expected sender?"

CORS = "Can I access the content of this resource…
june 2018
Chris Yiu on Twitter: "Ever wondered *how* those adverts manage to keep on finding you - even when you go incognito, switch devices, or never actually searched for the product in the first place? Let us count the (many, many) ways [THREAD]"
Ever wondered *how* those adverts manage to keep on finding you - even when you go incognito, switch devices, or never actually searched for the product in the first place? Let us count the (many, many) ways
twitterthread  advertising  privacy  facebook  by:chrisyui 
june 2018
Reimagining The New York Times Digital Story Experience
May 8, 2018, marks the culmination of a years-long project to create an article ecosystem that promotes internal efficiency and delivers an enhanced reading experience for our users. We now have a single responsive article for both mobile and desktop on the web, and we use a subset of the same code to render stories in our native apps, Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) and our content management system. Here are the biggest benefits of the work we’ve done:
webdesign  nyt  editorialdesign  editorialstrategy  cms 
june 2018
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IHOb (International House of Bauhaus), Dessau, Germany c. 1926
june 2018
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Ooh ooh ooh I know this one: the answer is racism
june 2018
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I worked there too, and this is absolutely true. And yet.. autonomy is key to growth and joy.

There's a great gul…
june 2018
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Was on a train from Cambridge earlier. Two young girls with beautiful face paint walked into my carriage and sat do…
june 2018
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Okay, after a rest I did feel a bit better.
june 2018
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Me after climbing the stairs at L’Arc de Triomphe.
june 2018
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hi, can we talk a little bit about what a problem the idealization of "passion" is in the tech industry? (in hiring…
june 2018
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Owner Story: "When you said "slay" instead of "stay""
june 2018
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instead of a gender reveal party take your unborn child to

take lots of pictures of ur family laughing & ha…
june 2018
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Spotted an ~11yo walking into this loud extended-family restaurant dinner with a big-ass book tucked under her arm…
june 2018
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Question that has kept popping up while coaching folks all week:

How can you do your greatest good? (Where? When?…
june 2018
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I think what really set Anthony Bourdain apart from other chefs is the way he explored a culture's cuisine, he did…
june 2018
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Jinx!:

(Also: Aw, thanks!)
june 2018
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Also, FWIW, I still get a kick out of how much setting titles in responsive editorial layouts can feel like magic.…
june 2018
Do leadership, don’t learn it. – Matthew Cook – Medium
Get people talking. Collaboration can’t truly happen if your team is silo-ed, and becoming the conduit for that collaboration is a key element of leading. The ability to understand who’s not talking, whether it’s necessary that they do talk, and then facilitating the conversation is invaluable.

Teach your teammates. Many people balk at this one: If I’m not the leader and don’t have the most experience, what business do I have teaching other teammates? Shouldn’t someone else do that? No! Teaching isn’t only about the transfer of information from one person who knows a lot to another person who doesn’t. It’s about research, communication skill, encapsulating and contextualizing information for others, and then effort — putting in the time to bring someone else along. In fact, teaching others is a proven way to become better, yourself.
teamwork  leadership  communication  agile  management  mentoring 
june 2018
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If my favorite writer, poet, intellectual, etc.’s lens isn’t explicitly anti-racist, then it isn’t “neutral” - as n…
june 2018
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I don’t know a lot about Bourdain but I know this: He got television about human geography to rate well. He got mor…
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Predominantly White seminaries LOVE themselves some Wendell Berry for his theology of labor and land. This is what…
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Too many people live without mental healthcare - screenings, medication, doctors, therapists, support groups, subsi…
june 2018
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