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Tweets for 2018-01-11

  • Apparently I am not a good scratcher ->
  • RT @zgryphon: SUBWAY PERSON: OK, I marked your roast beef "RB".
    ME: Heh. I didn't realize for YEARS that that's why it's called Arby's.
    SUB… ->
  • @katbrown On the one hand maybe I am glad this person has moved, but maybe not that they have inflicted their cluelessness on Cornwall in reply to katbrown ->
  • RT @juliagalef: The difference between tech enthusiasts, engineers, and security technicians https://t.co/zHvly3qEqHhttps://t.co/O7T6xgf… ->
  • RT @mishafletch: Is there gonna be a deathmatch between Brian "I love fandom, they're amazing, do you want a flower crown?" Fuller and Anne… ->
  • RT @tambourine: how do we protect women from men? is a question we are going to have to keep asking. when it comes down to it, that’s what… ->
  • RT @presentcorrect: There must be a Japanese word for nausea induced by an unquenchable desire for more stationery. ->
  • Ugh as much as I like sitting at the dinner table with my laptop, this is the spot with the worst wifi in the house ->
  • Which baffles me as this is also the spot I spent two years working on my masters in ->
  • @tambourine I am so glad that you know what it was now (and also you no longer work in the bad place) <3 in reply to tambourine ->
  • RT @simesa: The last remaining bit of Ceefax technology is being switched off in the next half hour. Presfax has been distributing the BBC1… ->
  • anyway why is there so much men's star wars stuff in marks and spencers, where is the ladies star wars stuff ->
  • RT @lilymrosenthal: i wonder if viggo mortensen knew in 2001 that he was setting the attractiveness standards for a bunch of 12 year olds f… ->
  • what i want is for there to be more doctor who/a-babies vs x-babies crossover fic and for me not to have to write it ->
  • Also I would like for there to be more durians in fic and also not have to write that myself either ->

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Tweets for 2018-01-10

  • @tambourine I…don't think we covered her apart from maybe like a footnote to Queen Mary. I want to know about MATILDA in reply to tambourine ->
  • RT @demarionunn: wow if you think virgin trains not stocking the mail is a blow for free speech wait until you hear about this city called… ->

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In this week’s edition of Sarah Jaffe’s newletter she says:

"I keep those things closer to the vest these days; once upon a time I was as much a feelsblogger as anyone but, well, some combination of adulthood, professionalism, and Literally Everyone Being On The Internet now marked a shift there."

And isn’t that a great term? Feelsblogger. I’ve never really been one to talk about how I feel about anything – online or offline. Maybe I did right at the beginning of the Livejournal days, but mostly due to a lack of anything to really say? Most of my writing back then was on Usenet, so that’s where all the real substance (such as it was) went.

Now all the feels I have on the internet are about Star Trek or Captain America or Star Wars or some other media I have engaged with. For me, I’m not sure that anything has changed now that I’m a so-called grown-up with a job and anyone could search for my witterings – perhaps I’m more likely to share my feels (limited to scifi, very little to do with life events)? I don’t think I’ve ever put anything online that I wouldn’t want someone to find – I’ve looked back at those early LJ days and there’s nothing embarassing, though it is like looking in a mirror at someone wholly unrecognisable to me now.

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Yes, I would like to subscribe to this feeling

In this week’s edition of Sarah Jaffe’s newletter she says:

"I keep those things closer to the vest these days; once upon a time I was as much a feelsblogger as anyone but, well, some combination of adulthood, professionalism, and Literally Everyone Being On The Internet now marked a shift there."

And isn’t that a great term? Feelsblogger. I’ve never really been one to talk about how I feel about anything – online or offline. Maybe I did right at the beginning of the Livejournal days, but mostly due to a lack of anything to really say? Most of my writing back then was on Usenet, so that’s where all the real substance (such as it was) went.

Now all the feels I have on the internet are about Star Trek or Captain America or Star Wars or some other media I have engaged with. For me, I’m not sure that anything has changed now that I’m a so-called grown-up with a job and anyone could search for my witterings – perhaps I’m more likely to share my feels (limited to scifi, very little to do with life events)? I don’t think I’ve ever put anything online that I wouldn’t want someone to find – I’ve looked back at those early LJ days and there’s nothing embarassing, though it is like looking in a mirror at someone wholly unrecognisable to me now.

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Yes, I would like to subscribe to this feeling

In this week’s edition of Sarah Jaffe’s newletter she says:

“I keep those things closer to the vest these days; once upon a time I was as much a feelsblogger as anyone but, well, some combination of adulthood, professionalism, and Literally Everyone Being On The Internet now marked a shift there.”

And isn’t that a great term? Feelsblogger. I’ve never really been one to talk about how I feel about anything – online or offline. Maybe I did right at the beginning of the Livejournal days, but mostly due to a lack of anything to really say? Most of my writing back then was on Usenet, so that’s where all the real substance (such as it was) went.

Now all the feels I have on the internet are about Star Trek or Captain America or Star Wars or some other media I have engaged with. For me, I’m not sure that anything has changed now that I’m a so-called grown-up with a job and anyone could search for my witterings – perhaps I’m more likely to share my feels (limited to scifi, very little to do with life events)? I don’t think I’ve ever put anything online that I wouldn’t want someone to find – I’ve looked back at those early LJ days and there’s nothing embarassing, though it is like looking in a mirror at someone wholly unrecognisable to me now.

Link to the original site

Yes, I would like to subscribe to this feeling

In this week’s edition of Sarah Jaffe’s newletter she says:

“I keep those things closer to the vest these days; once upon a time I was as much a feelsblogger as anyone but, well, some combination of adulthood, professionalism, and Literally Everyone Being On The Internet now marked a shift there.”

And isn’t that a great term? Feelsblogger. I’ve never really been one to talk about how I feel about anything – online or offline. Maybe I did right at the beginning of the Livejournal days, but mostly due to a lack of anything to really say? Most of my writing back then was on Usenet, so that’s where all the real substance (such as it was) went.

Now all the feels I have on the internet are about Star Trek or Captain America or Star Wars or some other media I have engaged with. For me, I’m not sure that anything has changed now that I’m a so-called grown-up with a job and anyone could search for my witterings – perhaps I’m more likely to share my feels (limited to scifi, very little to do with life events)? I don’t think I’ve ever put anything online that I wouldn’t want someone to find – I’ve looked back at those early LJ days and there’s nothing embarassing, though it is like looking in a mirror at someone wholly unrecognisable to me now.

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Tweets for 2018-01-06

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