Pinboard on Twitter (Twitter)
“Google's June filing for political donations is up, and surprisingly, the $203K the company donated to politicians substantially aligns with its stated values of inclusion and respect for employees from all backgrounds. LOL, I'm just messing with you. Let's go through the worst:”
Aimee Free Bird Ault on Twitter (Twitter)
“👋🏻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.”
Chris Aldrich on Twitter (Twitter)
“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”
McHive, the World’s Smallest McDonald’s (for Bees) (
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
a post by Tantek
Europeans! (yes you too UK folks) Call your MEP to vote NO on #CopyrightDirective #Article17 (ex. #Article13)! See @EFF thread & instructions #SaveYourInternet
a post by Jeremy Keith (Adactio)
Like me, Tantek posts from his own website to Twitter. So you can see everything @t has posted by looking at What do you see there that could possibly warrant an account suspension? WT actual F, @TwitterSupport?
They call me Mister Vimes on Twitter (Twitter)
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”

The full thread is definitely worth your time.