It’s. On. The. Syllabus.— duncan b. barlow (@duncanbbarlow) September 30, 2019
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The confusing thing about reality is not that there are no heroes and villains, but that there actually *are* villains. And yet the people fighting against them are flawed and complicated and sometimes shitty. We can't sit around waiting for a shining hero. There's just... us.— Charlie Jane Anders, Our Opinions Are Correct (@charliejane) September 29, 2019
Reminder that Star Trek's boldest claim about the future is that videoconferencing between starships of races who've never met before will just work perfectly every time.— Dave Anderson (@dave_universetf) September 28, 2019
Why is it 'managing remote employees' instead of 'remotely managing employees' ? In the end, both side are remote from each others. ☯️ https://t.co/ffI02gsKTy— Laurent Parenteau (@laurent_parente) September 27, 2019
The five stages of climate denial:— Prof. Katharine Hayhoe (@KHayhoe) September 26, 2019
1/ it’s not happening + you scientists are making it up for the $
2/ it’s not humans
3/ warmer is better! bring it on
4/ adapting is cheaper than cutting carbon and ... geoengineering!
5/ it’s too late. You scientists really shdv told us earlier
Freelancers: Don't play this game. Ever. For anyone. https://t.co/hy2hMk0Ha7— Ian Frisch (@IanFrisch) September 26, 2019
The trouble with “move fast and break things” is that the people saying it never intend that *their* things get broken — they want to break *your* stuff, and the repair bill isn’t their problem.— Charlie Stross (@cstross) September 25, 2019
Your cyberpunk name is basically just your name because I mean look around at this shit— Matt Wallace (@MattFnWallace) September 24, 2019
writing is cool because the more you write the more you learn, but the more you learn the higher your standards raise, so despite making progress it feels like you’ve gone nowhere haha that’s neat— Sam Sykes (@SamSykesSwears) September 23, 2019
Every guy's a sapiosexual until he meets a woman who is smarter than he is— The Maine Millennial (@MaineMillennial) September 21, 2019
Her ship's engine ran on boredom.— A Small Fiction (@ASmallFiction) September 21, 2019
She saw the stars in fits and starts, stranded when a wonder caught her attention.
But when it wandered, so did she.
But for real, how do we expect people to apologize well when we’re still associating contrition with cowardice— Sonnet the Hedgehog (@germyradin) September 20, 2019
One thing people don't talk much about is a Medicare-for-all plan would spur a renaissance of entrepreneurship in the US.— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) September 18, 2019
I started a business about a year ago so I've talked to a lot of other people thinking about it recently and their #1 concern is getting health insurance
Given how messed up the publishing industry is and how little it actually pays to write books, I’m kind of amazed by how many people still want to be professional writers. Economists who believe that humans make rational choices are wrong, we follow our dreams— Malinda Lo (@malindalo) September 17, 2019
When you saw only one set of footprints in the sand,— Myke Cole (@MykeCole) September 17, 2019
It was then you realized,
That you had ranged too far from the main body of heavy infantry,
And made yourself intensely vulnerable,
To enemy light cavalry patrols.
Picard engineering tip: Maintenance of existing systems is just as important as building new capabilities.— Picard Tips (@PicardTips) September 16, 2019
"Every lie we tell incurs a debt to the truth. Sooner or later that debt is paid." #Chernobyl— Daniel José Older (@djolder) September 16, 2019
Working in a creative field is weird because there's no universal term for "success." Is it being rich and famous? Is it producing bestsellers? Is it just being able to do this full time? I only bring this up because defining that for yourself goes a long way to keeping motivated— Sam Sykes (@SamSykesSwears) September 15, 2019
Picard management tip: Error is the great teacher, memorable and valuable. Embrace it. Let it educate you.— Picard Tips (@PicardTips) September 15, 2019
Picard management tip: Admitting one's failures is a sign of confidence and strength. It reassures others that failing is okay.— Picard Tips (@PicardTips) September 12, 2019
Remember, kids, complaining about lack of civility is just code for "The wrong people just won't shut the fuck up" https://t.co/mfn8R70v4A— John Scalzi (@scalzi) September 10, 2019
if you could hear a goose’s thoughts it’d just be nonstop Final Fantasy VII battle music— JuanPa (@jpbrammer) September 6, 2019
Asking men to do better is not misandry.— Laurie Penny (@PennyRed) September 7, 2019
Saying that men should be able to treat women like human beings is the opposite of hating men.
What’s hateful and insulting is the assumption that men are born violent and cannot change-
-and that comes from conservatism, not feminism.
Macbeth: Is this a dagger I see before me?— Delaney King Optimize Prime-atives (@delaneykingrox) August 8, 2019
DM: Roll for perception.
hey @netflix where’s the category something to watch while I fuck around on my phone— Sarah Beattie (@nachosarah) August 25, 2019