It has dawned on me that all of the businesses that kept their email lists and newsletters alive through our social media experiment are the ones that will still be able to communicate with customers in the post-social media world.
I really feel for the product team(s) at Twitter. With the owner changing terms of service at least once a day, they must be insanely busy doing the one thing product people hate most: documentation.
It’s Election Day, and we’re watching returns and enjoying beer and chili at Probstisms Central. It’s likely to be a frustrating night for democracy, but we will continue to fight for what is right for all Americans.
Settling in for a long night with a cold beer and the Kornacki Cam.
You still have an hour and a half to vote in Missouri!
Hello Oakville! Look, I know it looks really, really dark outside, but it is only 4:40, and you have over two hours to vote.
Get out there and exercise your right that people have fought for on your behalf. Don’t take it for granted!
Greetings Americans! Remember that every woman’s right to self-determination is on the ballot today. Vote accordingly.
Who in their right mind would ever want to work at Twitter again? You’d need to be a glutton for punishment to put yourself through that kind of hell.
While I was mowing the grass in my backyard today, I took pause to admire how the breeze made my lawn look like images and videos I had seen of the great prairies of the Midwest. Then I realized that my grass must be unacceptably long to blow in the wind like that, and I went about completing the task at hand.
Took the boys out to play soccer because practice was cancelled again. Pretty sure they were the ones giving me a workout!
I know I was an incredible geek in school and probably still am a fairly significant geek, but listening to a bunch of 4th graders play Minecraft puts my geek-ness to shame!