“But now Twitter is experimenting with a new feature called “retweet with comment” that would better allow users to participate in a conversation, while also providing context and commentary that can otherwise get lost when using the standard Twitter “retweet” function or “quoted tweets.””—Sounds familiar. (via bryan)
“It’s fantastic that everyone from the smallest child to the eldest grandparent can now use a computer with absolute minimal technical literacy, but its also a disaster. It didn’t used to be like this. Using an OS used to be hard work. When things went wrong you had to dive in and get dirty to fix things. You learned about file systems and registry settings and drivers for your hardware. Not any more.”—Kids can’t use computers… and this is why it should worry you - Coding 2 Learn (via radioon)
In startups, employees expect a level of transparency that doesn’t exist at large companies. At Apple, only the people who need to know are in the know about new products and sensitive internal company information. Contrasting this with a startup, team members are taking both a financial and career risk in joining and transparency makes employees feel secure in their risky decision. This starts with employees knowing where the company stands and it ends with knowing where the company is going.
“If you start your post off with any variant of “from an evolutionary psychological standpoint” in a thread about sexism/feminist issues you need to seriously consider not clicking the “add comment” button. Also, look up “projection”. I can honestly tell you that no, the reason I support women in tech is absolutely not so I can “get babes.””—ahweler