Contrarian view that feels inevitable:— Alex Hardy 🦊🦔 (@CantHardyWait) January 19, 2019
In the near future, homeschooling your children will become massively more popular and socially acceptable.
Who’s building a big business around this?
Not to distract from Mother Board Mother Earth, which was the real point of this tweets, but—— Chris Beiser (@ctbeiser) January 18, 2019
Chinese streaming and short video apps are absolutely next level, and apparently everyone in all of the bay is sleeping on the innovation here.https://t.co/xIH5WMoZXR
My favorite part of every brand guidelines is the precious "Logo Misuse" section. pic.twitter.com/Xv2Wi7j30t— Andy Baio (@waxpancake) January 16, 2019
We've had some cancellations, so we're going to be putting a few more tickets on-sale in 30 minutes. (9:15 PT).— JSConf Hawaiʻi (@JSConfHi) January 17, 2019
Going through the waitlist was slow moving and not getting responses, so these will be available for all! RT and @ people to make sure your friends grab one!
blank vhs covers were kinda beautiful: https://t.co/Z1ZdoaFsI4— Jeremy Laskar (@webrender_) January 14, 2019
The future of startups is:— Vlad Magdalin (@callmevlad) January 14, 2019
• More remote
• More transparent
• More community driven
• More asynchronous
• More profitable
• More balanced
• More human
• More kind
• More fun
👇Thread. The Head/Heart/Hands framework - or in emoji form, 👩/❤️/✋- for company cultures and personalities at work. The idea is that every work culture can be described as a pie chart of these three factors. (credit to my friends/coworkers at Uber who first described to me)— Andrew Chen (@andrewchen) January 9, 2019
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