The full thread is definitely worth your time.
“To all new Web developers. Don't be afraid of mistakes or asking silly questions as it's all learning and we are always learning. #webdevs #codenewbie #developers”
W3C TAG Ethical Principles: https://www.w3.org/2001/tag/doc/ethical-web-principles/ By @torgo and @hadleybeeman
“👋🏾This news is going to get drowned out in the WWDC chatter but I was unexpectedly laid off today along with a ton of other wonderful folks. I have 6 years of iOS development experience and would ❤️ any retweets you could send my way”
“👋🏻Hi Twitter. If you or someone you know is looking to hire a seasoned and fairly humble senior Ruby developer, please let me know. I was very unexpectedly laid off as part of a mass-downsizing today. I have 15 years of development experience, 5 in particular with Ruby on Rails.”
“Tired of corporate social media silos owning your online identity/content? Domain Camp is back again to help people learn in small, easy chunks how to take back their online lives w/ lots of help & interaction. [more...] #DoOO #IndieWeb #edtech #phdchat https://t.co/4qbI1gyg7j”
“I’ve never seen something more human from a robot than this. https://t.co/bDxkBISQA1”
A few McDonald’s restaurants in Sweden started putting beehives on their rooftops to help save dwindling bee populations and it turned into a national sustainability effort. "More franchisees around the country are joining the cause and have also started replacing the grass around their restaurants with flowers and plants that are important for the wellbeing of wild bees." To promote the idea, McDonald’s constructed what might be their smallest restaurant, actually a fully functioning beehive just for the bees
Everybody, every company, ought to have a website: a place they can call their own, a place where your best stuff lives, a place where, when people Google you, they find your site.
Glad to see that we are trending on Twitter! We here at the Mary Sue are so happy you're reading us and that this has nothing to do with men diminishing the importance of a female character who trained for something through over 7 seasons of a television show.
Europeans! (yes you too UK folks) Call your MEP to vote NO on #CopyrightDirective #Article17 (ex. #Article13)! See @EFF thread & instructions https://twitter.com/EFF/status/1109737081478119424 #SaveYourInternet
Like me, Tantek posts from his own website to Twitter. So you can see everything @t has posted by looking at http://tantek.com/ What do you see there that could possibly warrant an account suspension? WT actual F, @TwitterSupport?
1) I am a white, straight male over the age of 50. I have been reading comics since 1972 and playing ttrpgs since 1979. I don’t recognize nerd culture anymore. When I was young we were outsiders. Our voices were silenced. We were ostracized. We had to find our own “safe spaces”
“After the many conversations of yestyerday, I'm afraid it's time for another #TenThingsAboutPiracy. Follow the hashtag to collect them all!”
“Everything I know about these Kardashians I learnt against my will.”
“It's hard for small businesses in this industry (as well as others), constantly knife edge. This year will be extra tough with all the Brexit shenanigans. We're gonna lose some along the way. If you can afford to - please buy the things, if not, just spread the word. Thankoo x”
Online it is very easy to speak up if you don't like something, but we often forget to say when we do. If you see something you like, make a point of leaving a comment. Give some praise and encouragement, it really makes all the difference. Let's spread some positivity!
I need to do this more often. I have been trying to be better at telling people their stuff is awesome, or if they’ve been helpful, but I’m fighting against my introvert nature.