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Tweets for 2018-02-03

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Tweets for 2018-02-03

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Tweets for 2018-02-02

  • RT @matthewchampion: Emily Thornberry, ahead of 100 years since women got the vote: "I am the only Emily elected since 1918, and he is one… ->
  • RT @CantArchTrust: Unfortunately there has been a very serious break-in and theft from our main archive in Canterbury. Over 850 Anglo-Saxon… ->
  • RT @distracted_monk: For my next trick I will reveal that I have no tricks and am trapped in the gaping maw of oblivion. ->
  • RT @iLikeCatShirts: Get off my horse you stupid moon https://t.co/g6VIluiBiy ->
  • my local chippy has their own website so i can order online and it is the greatest ->
  • RT @MicroSFF: I stare mutely into the Abyss. After a while, it stares back, frowning.
    "What?"
    I open my mouth.
    "Oh! I'll get the Void."
    I n… ->
  • RT @GilgameshTweets: The people roamed in the streets and in the market of Nineveh; they prophesied through the gate of fleeting prophecies… ->
  • @OllieMogs 111 is the greatest #NHS in reply to OllieMogs ->

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Tweets for 2018-02-01

  • RT @AbiInman: "THE KEY TO HUMAN FOLLY IS UNDERSTANDING THAT JUST BENEATH THE SURFACE OF YOUR SKIN LURKS A SKELETON THAT IS ABSOLUTELY STOKE… ->

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Very endless implications

Lately I find myself subscribing to more newsletters. Partly I blame Warren Ellis, mostly I think I just miss the stream of longer form wittering that I used to get from my Livejournal friends page. I never stopped being annoyed when a website failed to furnish me with a RSS feed (or get slightly angry when they removed it).

Oh you don’t have RSS, well I guess I don’t need to look at your website at all.

Which maybe is a little counter-intuitive, since RSS tends to just give you the latest thing (and yeah, I don’t enjoy the RSS feeds that only give truncated snippets), but since if the latest thing in my aggregator looks interesting, I open it in a new tab to pay attention to later then…

Newletters. I don’t always get to them as they arrive, but every so often I binge on a few of them (it’s the same with podcasts for me).

Anyway, I’m slowly putting some links to the ones I subscribe to in the sidebar. Enjoy.

Mirrored from half girl, half robot.

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Very endless implications

Lately I find myself subscribing to more newsletters. Partly I blame Warren Ellis, mostly I think I just miss the stream of longer form wittering that I used to get from my Livejournal friends page. I never stopped being annoyed when a website failed to furnish me with a RSS feed (or get slightly angry when they removed it).

Oh you don’t have RSS, well I guess I don’t need to look at your website at all.

Which maybe is a little counter-intuitive, since RSS tends to just give you the latest thing (and yeah, I don’t enjoy the RSS feeds that only give truncated snippets), but since if the latest thing in my aggregator looks interesting, I open it in a new tab to pay attention to later then…

Newletters. I don’t always get to them as they arrive, but every so often I binge on a few of them (it’s the same with podcasts for me).

Anyway, I’m slowly putting some links to the ones I subscribe to in the sidebar. Enjoy.

Mirrored from half girl, half robot.

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Link to the original site

Very endless implications

Lately I find myself subscribing to more newsletters. Partly I blame Warren Ellis, mostly I think I just miss the stream of longer form wittering that I used to get from my Livejournal friends page. I never stopped being annoyed when a website failed to furnish me with a RSS feed (or get slightly angry when they removed it).

Oh you don’t have RSS, well I guess I don’t need to look at your website at all.

Which maybe is a little counter-intuitive, since RSS tends to just give you the latest thing (and yeah, I don’t enjoy the RSS feeds that only give truncated snippets), but since if the latest thing in my aggregator looks interesting, I open it in a new tab to pay attention to later then…

Newletters. I don’t always get to them as they arrive, but every so often I binge on a few of them (it’s the same with podcasts for me).

Anyway, I’m slowly putting some links to the ones I subscribe to in the sidebar. Enjoy.

Mirrored from half girl, half robot.

comment count unavailable comments

Link to the original site

Very endless implications

Lately I find myself subscribing to more newsletters. Partly I blame Warren Ellis, mostly I think I just miss the stream of longer form wittering that I used to get from my Livejournal friends page. I never stopped being annoyed when a website failed to furnish me with a RSS feed (or get slightly angry when they removed it).

Oh you don’t have RSS, well I guess I don’t need to look at your website at all.

Which maybe is a little counter-intuitive, since RSS tends to just give you the latest thing (and yeah, I don’t enjoy the RSS feeds that only give truncated snippets), but since if the latest thing in my aggregator looks interesting, I open it in a new tab to pay attention to later then…

Newletters. I don’t always get to them as they arrive, but every so often I binge on a few of them (it’s the same with podcasts for me).

Anyway, I’m slowly putting some links to the ones I subscribe to in the sidebar. Enjoy.

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Tweets for 2018-01-31

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Tweets for 2018-01-30

  • RT @rafaelbehr: Cabinet office: Brexit is punching ourselves hard in the face.
    Government spokesman: This account ignores the fact that we… ->
  • RT @sarahmseltzer: The skincare craze is some fall of Rome shit…also we buy luxurious seeming products to make up for the true leisure la… ->

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