@d right?! My pal Hannah was a producer on it. Great article about the little details of the axe recall: combatrecall.blogspot.com/2018

Plug for an incredible and jaw-dropping true story from someone I knew in the Boston improv community: amazon.com/Identity-Thief-This. Free Kindle & Audible download if you're an Amazon Prime subscriber.

"Alexa, play this song in a loop" is a pretty funny troll at the family christmas eve celebration.

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@lmorchard @zigg (also, I work at a company full of trolls who named a conference room "@here" for the lulz)

@lmorchard @zigg counterpoint: this is like getting upset that someone sent you an email. Tune your notification settings so these don’t alert you (you can configure on a channel-by-channel basis)

Considering backing this solely so I can walk around with drunkronswanson.gif playing in a loop on my forehead. indiegogo.com/projects/the-abi

@anaulin I now ONLY interact with HN through the snark of Webshit Weekly. n-gate.com/

Exploring Barcelona this week with the intent of figuring out which neighborhood we might want to live in when we move here in a few years. Which mostly involved a detailed investigation of coffee shops, with an occasional grudging nod to other aspects like public transit or house prices.

@annika inspired: Soaring chords available on stubhub

A rather delightful Hallowe'eny easter egg in Dropbox Paper that I helped push for… We've replaced our usual placeholder text on new documents ("Give me a name" / "Now write something brilliant") with some seasonal messages. 🎃

@Danhon I like when emails (and posts on Facebook's internal FB instance) are referred to as memos.

(C is the SF referendum on a tax on businesses earning more than $50MM, to pay for more homeless services)

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I don't think I've ever lost respect for a tech company quite as quickly as I have this evening seeing the intellectually dishonest "No on C" ads with Stripe's name attached in every break of the world series game.

I thought public radio pledge drives were annoying. But today my Lyft driver is tuned to a christian radio station and its pledge drive is even worse. Not even a promise of a tote bag!

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