Really two weeks, because of travel.
— Emma Scoldmen (@thekateblack) June 27, 2014
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) June 27, 2014
It's going to be another 12-15 years before my cat dies and I can get a nicer one. I'm just joking: there's no proven way to get a nice one.
— Nicole Cliffe (@Nicole_Cliffe) June 27, 2014
Capitalization can really change a sentence.
I love to eat candy.
I love to eat capitalization.
— Nathan Usher (@thenatewolf) June 27, 2014
Be careful how you treat others because you never know which blind emotion test group their Facebook feed is currently in
— Matt Haughey (@mathowie) June 28, 2014
PSA: 60fps does not make videos look better. Specific framerates / shutter speeds are what make movies feel like movies and not soap operas.
— Josh Helfferich (@JoshHelfferich) June 29, 2014
Being an asshole is neither necessary nor sufficient to being right. Being right is common enough there's little reason to tolerate assholes
— arclight (@arclight) June 29, 2014
The easiest form of validation for my draft model is that the Spurs keep picking players my model loves.
— The man with the #'s (@ArturoGalletti) June 30, 2014
If soccer games end in a draw MULTIBALL is triggered, right?
— technology recharged (@ceejbot) June 30, 2014
"The Court’s determination that RFRA extends to for-profit corporations is bound to have untoward effects." – Justice Ginsburg, understating
— Dan Curtis Johnson (@dcurtisj) June 30, 2014
Given the recent Planned Parenthood decision, can protestors now block the entrances of #HobbyLobby to counsel people not to shop there?
— Just Martin (@wagnerfilm) June 30, 2014
— Sarah Baker (@bakerbk) June 30, 2014
— Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) July 1, 2014
Weirdly enough, the only superhero who is an exception to my rule is Superman.
— Dresden Codak (@dresdencodak) July 1, 2014
Oh well we made the top 16, so at least we're better ranked at soccer than education or infant mortality.
— Mark Agee (@MarkAgee) July 1, 2014
Toadington Wartsworth III Judges You All. pic.twitter.com/7B7mK6IHDl
— Vague Wombat UrsulaV (@UrsulaV) July 2, 2014
late-night naps are the worst form of time travel in the world
— Mallory Ortberg (@mallelis) July 2, 2014
Can we make all corporations claiming personhood take the Voigt-Kampff? "Hobby Lobby, you’re in a desert walking along in the sand…"
— Emily Finke (@seelix) July 2, 2014
Cleverness can be another way of playing it safe as a writer. It lets you out of actually having to say something.
— Charlie Jane Anders (@charliejane) July 2, 2014
Anyone tries to tell you the war on drugs is helping, show 'em this. pic.twitter.com/f0MWxIB4q8
— Michael Arrington (@arrington) July 2, 2014
No one will ever be able to tell — from the story I wrote — that half my brain was hostage to Ted Chiang.
— kelly link (@haszombiesinit) July 2, 2014
In a shocking twist company with motto "Move Fast and Break Things" had, like, no controls for data science. http://t.co/lgeqhLaLGD
— Tim Maly (@doingitwrong) July 3, 2014
*kindly and aggressively asks all women to join my gang* pic.twitter.com/TbVczisxqv
— k3r1 (@joanofdarkness) July 3, 2014
Facebook's internal review panel has "experts in fields such as privacy and data security." Missing from the list: ethics. Also: law.
— James Grimmelmann (@grimmelm) July 3, 2014
"Because I make bad choices." RT @thedissolve: Zack Snyder explains why it’s “V.,” not “Vs.” in BATMAN V. SUPERMAN
— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) July 3, 2014
— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 4, 2014
drenched baby fox. pic.twitter.com/t7t69bZRvV
— Cute Emergency (@CuteEmergency) July 4, 2014
A BIRD IS TRAPPED INSIDE A FACEBOOK POST. EVERYONE IS TRYING TO HELP, BUT THEIR COMMENTS HAVE ONLY MADE IT DIFFICULT FOR THE BIRD TO ESCAPE.
— Daniel Manitou (@ActualPerson084) July 4, 2014
John Yorke, author of the excellent INTO THE WOODS, on “Story Physics” — http://t.co/14IjJmMBdo
— Andy Diggle (@andydiggle) July 4, 2014
Little-known fact: Springsteen's "Born in the U.S.A" is actually about the failure of irony as a rhetorical device.
— Ben Mauk (@benmauk) July 4, 2014
"Flocculant" and "laniferous" are two sesquipedalian ways to say "woolly." You're welcome.
— chelsea g. summers (@chelseagsummers) July 5, 2014
737s emerge from birthing river onto land for first time. Their wings, useless in underwater habitats, yet to mature. pic.twitter.com/IangJFlAYN
— Diarmaid (@MadcapOcelot) July 5, 2014
I want to have a deeper relationship with the natural world, but I'd want it to happen like in my apartment
— Vincent Scarpa (@vincentscarpa) July 5, 2014
Kickstarter is an exciting new platform where game developers can charge more than 99 cents by doing so years before the game is released
— Steve Streza (@SteveStreza) July 7, 2014
— Proverbs (@ProverbParty) July 7, 2014
Sword training for the first time in years. What's always left out in novels is that your glutes hurt after. >
— Karin Tidbeck (@ktidbeck) July 7, 2014
— Meghan McCarron (@megmccarron) July 7, 2014
The greatest technical glitch of all time… pic.twitter.com/uVDOYeoZ11
— Kat Ferguson (@Kat_Fergie) July 7, 2014
— Manu Ginobili (@manuginobili) July 7, 2014
— chelsea g. summers (@chelseagsummers) July 7, 2014
http://t.co/pdQNdsgUFS "Moguls complain about their feelings because that’s all anyone can really threaten."
— David Berri (@wagesofwins) July 7, 2014
So let's get ON IT. "No Job Loss in Most States That Raised Minimum Wage" http://t.co/65T1YE71Tz
— Alex C. Renwick (@AlexCRenwick) July 7, 2014
I really hope I just passed a very subtle outdoor art installation or else this is the saddest thing I've ever seen pic.twitter.com/vsl8z0wZnx
— Dean Sekhon (@Dinsekhon) July 7, 2014
— Meghan McCarron (@megmccarron) July 7, 2014
Sometimes Mondays feel like when you grab the top of the trash bag and wait for the can to slowly slide down so you can pull it out.
— zefrank (@zefrank) July 8, 2014
— Yale Stewart (@YaleStewart) July 8, 2014
http://t.co/HSRNrPg7hj An entire article about building a winner in the NBA without the word "Spurs". Did we watch the 2013-14 season?
— David Berri (@wagesofwins) July 8, 2014
Woody Allen told me abt Paddy Chayefsky hectoring him to see NETWORK in '76. "You'll like it, and even if you don't like it, you'll like it"
— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) July 9, 2014
— San Antonio Spurs (@spurs) July 9, 2014
Here's an excellent tool if you want to calculate the living wage for workers & families in your state, city, county. http://t.co/lKscjz5Tud
— Steven Greenhouse (@greenhousenyt) July 9, 2014
I know someone who keeps getting symbols from fantasy novels tattooed on his body. Oh, to be so uncowed by the specter of future regret!
— Megan Kurashige (@mkazoo) July 10, 2014
"I feel like they're … pumping … oxygen in here. I feel like we're becoming … cattle!" – Drunk woman sprawling two feet away from me.
— Bo Bolander (@BBolander) July 10, 2014
"If there's not a penis or an MBA involved, a decision cannot be made." https://t.co/YOTifKTWf7
— Paul Graham Raven (@PaulGrahamRaven) July 11, 2014
from the "good idea" files, terrible rope work, but great concept. pic.twitter.com/hEKtHe3K3u
— twistedmonk (@twistedmonk) July 11, 2014
I'm gonna stop calling it "writing" and start calling it "trying."
— Kelly Luce (@lucekel) July 11, 2014