I'm writing a link list daily (or trying) to feel something, anything. These are typically texts I've sent to my boyfriend, who has politely asked me to stop sending him 25 links during meetings. You can find the full list here.
Sorry but that's DEFINITELY not $132k worth of work. Especially when there are other contributors who are working for free doing much more. Obviously everything isn't on GitHub, there's work in private but it is representative.— Sebastian (@sebmck) May 11, 2021
Note The above tweet was deleted by Sebastian after I hit publish 🥲, with an apology:
I honestly wish I had never seen this trailer. Why did they make this movie. Who is this movie for??? I don't understand any of it, and honestly if I still worked in games and someone made a movie about a genius 14 year old kid that saves his families gaming company I would lose it.
Instacart tells entry-level team to return to office, senior managers can stay home
Following up on my first link list, they're now just saying the quiet part out loud. The central operations team, which contains new recruits & people new to the tech industry, all have to go into the office.
It’s also fake as hell. The food is real—the white Plant Lady really is wasting all of that pasta—but the video is not genuine. As Eater reported just today (as I was writing this, conveniently enough!), all of these videos with blandly attractive, thin, white women can be traced back to a magician who has the audacity to be named “Rick Lax.” Lax described the production of the videos as “both friendship and business,” and told Eater he would “object” to anyone calling the recipes “gross.”
I am just trying to find the best keywords to mute all these ~ quirky hacks ~ that I know are making someone, somewhere, money for me being deeply disturbed.
I bought my first pair of crocs to wear while gardening. I'm stoked.