I’ve been on a journey of self-discovery over the past year by tweeting a lot. Trying to distill big, dumb ideas into tiny, dumb sentences puts into relief who you really are and what your mind values most.
This song is a good summary of my Twitter feed.
#whitest kids u know
9:03 pm • 23 March 2014 • 2 notes
When X-Files is more realistic than modern crime shows.
I literally yelped with delight at this line in the show. Years from now, this might be the only thing I remember about Season 1 of X-Files.
1:33 pm • 19 March 2014 • 20,977 notes
“Holacracy always smelled to me like a naive reaction to bureaucracy, without really understanding how and why bureaucracies end up like they do. It also has this implicit disdain for people in organizations who are responsible for the softer skills that keep things running smoothly. You know, things like communication, empathy, human resources management, etc. I see these skills getting devalued in the tech world all the time. If you can’t build shit you’re not worth anything.”
— The GitHub Debacle and Why Holacracy is Bullshit (via iamdanw)
11:36 pm • 18 March 2014 • 15 notes
When I was a child, Beast and Aladdin were the characters that interested me the most. But visually, Beast is unparalleled. I was riveted specifically by his facial expressions and fight scenes.
#beauty and the beast
3:45 am • 15 March 2014 • 2 notes
I’m moving tomorrow. This is the view I’m leaving behind. A pretty little dog park, an Orthodox church, and cherry blossoms. My new view will be Queen Anne Hill, though. Maybe I’ll learn to like it.
I’ll also miss the church bells waking me up on Sundays. There are two churches near this apartment building.
This apartment has been my womb for the past two-and-a-half years. I’ve had some interesting times by myself here.
My new apartment is 50 square feet smaller, so it’s even more of a womb. Let’s see what happens there.
9:22 pm • 14 March 2014 • 2 notes