Reposting: Amna on Twitter

“we live in time where calling a person who is literally being racist, a racist, is somehow more offensive than the actual racism and the BBC keeps insisting on equating the two as if they are somehow even close to the same thing...”


Reposting: Jodi on Twitter

“Pia Klemp, the German ship captain who rescued migrants in the Mediterranean, as she refuses a medal from the mayor of Paris.”


“I’m not a humanitarian. I am not there to ‘aid’. I stand in solidarity. We do not need medals. We do not need authorities deciding who is a ‘hero’ and who is ‘illegal’. In fact they are in no position to make this call, because we are all equal.

“What we need are freedom and rights. It is time we call out hypocrite honouring and fill the void with social justice. It is time we cast all medals into spearheads of revolution!

“Documents and housing for all!

“Freedom of movement and residence!”

Pia Klemp, August 2019

Reposting: polar on Twitter

“them: hurt me

me: your documentation is sub-par and discourages people from using your project

them: what

me: you think that fancy efficient code is more important than the code being readable

them: stop”


Reposting: Bridie Rose ✨🌸✨ on Twitter

“Having the worst time and luck lately ✨ I never ask this kind of thing but, if you know of anyone looking for a freelance social media manager/content creator please send them my way via DM 💜 I’ve had zero work for weeks now and I can’t handle the stress anymore”


Reposting: Anna Wiener on Twitter

“I wrote about Hacker News, a Silicon Valley institution (and avatar) of sorts. Featuring: message-board intellectualism; n-gate; "Political Detox Week"; and, of course, the two moderator-programmers currently behind the site”


Reposting: mguiney on Twitter

““I work on infrastructure”
- boring
- nerdy
- people will ask you for tech help

“I am a devotee of the Machine God”
- powerful
- people will assume you have ACTUALLY lost your marbles
- or even better, they’ll know it was a 40k reference, and avoid you altogether”


Reposting: Grant Richmond on Twitter

“I'm calling this product launch #2 of the summer. A (currently) niche #indieweb reader:

Harking back to the glory days of RSS readers, but with a more modern, social twist.

Read more about it here:”