Btw with Pine.blog you don’t have to jump between Twitter, YouTube, and Reddit. You can follow all of the people and stuff you care about in the same place!
If you’re overwhelmed by social media, try Pine.blog. You get a clean, simple timeline that you control (not arranged by an algorithm) and no ads or tracking!
I mean, it’s how the system was supposed to work anyway, it’s just that parties break that system.
Not that I’d ever dream this would happen, but it would be kinda hilarious and awesome if the House and Senate were so disgruntled with Trump that they actually worked together as a check on his presidency.
Postgres. My kingdom for Postgres.
Only CGP Grey would release a 25 second footnote to a video from 6 years ago…
…and of course I watched it!
You could probably guess what episode of the Ezra Klein Show I just finished by just looking at my Amazon cart.
Curse you, end-of-episode book recommendations!
Got a book in the mail yesterday that I honestly didn’t remember ordering. It took a second.
The specifics and physics of D&D are no laughing matter.
In our first session, in my most recent group, we spent an hour debating the price, weight and volume of Saffron in spice barrels.
No matter how many years go by, I still occasionally find myself playing Skyrim.
Also, did you know you can listen to articles with Pine.blog? Great for walks and car rides.
The newest iOS update (pending review) will enable you to listen to articles in the background and control the audio from the lock screen.
Lovely… Just what we need right now.
Just pushed a whole lot of changes to Pine.blog including some new help articles. Lots of good information here: https://pine.blog/kb
“Finish the Job”
If you knew that you’d have to work with the other party, and that a majority house could be controlled by a minority speaker, wouldn’t that foster more centrist bipartisanship? There’d be no incentive to obstruct the process and wait until the next election to do what you wanted.
Random thought: What if the Speaker of the House and the President couldn’t be from the same party?
Related: big levers and switches are cool.
“Quick! Traffic is spiking! Increase the parser throughput and tighten the rate limits on non-critical queues!”
“Aye aye!” *flips big lever*
Developers sometimes talk about “tuning a system” or having “levers” and “switches” to configure things. I want real levers and switches. I want to tune my feed parsing cluster like a pilot or a sailor does a plane/ship.