Computer scientist Katie Bouman and her awesome stack of hard drives for #EHTblackhole image data 😍 — reminds me of Margaret Hamilton and her Apollo Guidance Computer source code. 👩🏽🔬 pic.twitter.com/MgOXiDCAKi— Flora Graham (@floragraham) April 10, 2019
“Spacer dot gif, you say? Spacer… dot gif.”— Eric Meyer (@meyerweb) April 8, 2019
(takes slow drag on cigarette)
“Now there’s a name I haven’t heard in… a long, long time.”
(saxophone wails noirishly)
lol we removed the bowl of bird seed we had out and now the doves are PISSED because they can't fit on the feeder pic.twitter.com/njIkOXd7ZU— Jeremy Laskar (@webrender_) April 8, 2019
How to make copyrights free Future Funk pic.twitter.com/w7OgFvHikv— VANTAGE// (@VantageNoise) April 7, 2019
Google, a software company, and probably one of largest consumers and producers of open source software:— xnoɹǝʃ uɐıɹq 🐻 (@brianleroux) April 5, 2019
1. Hypothesizes distributed teams are less productive
2. Independently verifies they are nothttps://t.co/LKTL4TvhEJ pic.twitter.com/HBdkfVe6Kj
Dear Google Inbox,— Ali Spittel 💁 (@ASpittel) April 3, 2019
I miss your material design.
I miss your bundles of emails.
I miss your done button.
I miss your GitHub previews.
I miss your highlighted emails.
I miss your bundled trips.
I miss snoozing emails.
Please come back 💔
I think almost daily about how the world population in 1920 was a little over 1.7 billion and now it’s 7.2 billion. It took over 200,000 years of human history for the world's population to reach 1 billion and only 200 years more to reach 7 billion and that’s scary as fuck.— claudia turner (@cloudypianos) March 30, 2019
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