Heavy, heavy nostalgia for the web that used to be. I used to love Design is Kinky, k10k, Surfstation, Australian Infront and all those sites with tiny fonts… https://t.co/wtnIoUxlLA
A special kind of nostalgia for those who were there. https://t.co/X9VYjs61OV
In reply to @campegg:
Also, it’s a good reminder of how underrated getting good at the basics of something is.
I’ve started reading a lot more intro/primer/101-type stuff recently. Without exception, I have learned a bunch of things that I’d never have found out otherwise, even (or maybe especially!) about topics with which I thought I was already familiar.
There are literally hundreds of those multiple-artists-collaborating-on-a-performance-over-Zoom videos making the rounds right now, but this rendition of “Times Like These” has got to be one of the best. It helps that it was a great song to start with. https://t.co/2dCo9WtAI4
This is fascinating. I’d never really thought about where all those aircraft go when they’re not flying. https://t.co/jBbZ2wJTL4
This is brilliant, and probably one of the more effective social distancing signs out there. 😀 https://t.co/ay5FRpLqtl
How my town is explaining the actual distance of social distancing. 😂 https://t.co/hlbSobdPAM
To the Doctors,
Grocery store workers,
We’ll wait to start
Until you reach the finish.
I should be hanging out in Hopkinton right now with 30,000 other excited, nervous friends… looking forward to doing it in September instead. #BostonMarathon
Today’s quarantine project: replicating (or trying to) one of those fridge magnet poetry kits. The thirteen-year-old in me has been very amused. https://t.co/73PrYNlPIa
I’m a fan of both Seinfeld and point-and-click, SCUMM-type games like Day of the Tentacle, Sam & Max Hit the Road and Indiana Jones & the Fate of Atlantis, so this tickles my fancy: https://t.co/IIkHWn3c3r
German compound words are amazing. https://t.co/yuqzWlJO5A
Kummerspeck (Germany) – literally ‘grief bacon’. Excess weight or body fat gained due to emotional overeating.