Using medium.com as a feed reader
I like it when I do understand something. Well who doesn’t? But actually I tend to think that things that I don’t understand on the internet keep on getting more and more.
When Dave Winer wrote that medium.com could be usead as a feed reader I got the idea in an instant, although I had an account for month without using it.
I can’t see that it could be as important as the Google Reader and I don’t see me using medium.com more intensively. But who knows what will be in 2016? So meet me there.
The toilet accident
There are weeks and months without new TMI-tweets. And often it’s because tweets are sometimes intentionally indescrete which makes the thought of them not authentical. Sometimes it’s different:
I am thankful for the shorts I wore under my skirt today. I accidentally put the back of my skirt into the toilet at work and PEED ON IT.
— mellfire (@mellokittie) August 31, 2015
The late commitment
Die haarige Angelegenheit
Nichts Menschliches sollte einem fremd sein, doch Damenbart ist nicht jedem sonderlich unbefremdlich. Und das, obwohl er dereinst einmal ein Inbegriff femininer Selbstbestimmung gewesen ist.
Möchte echt nicht angeben, aber seit ich die Pille abgesetzt habe, wachsen mir Schnurrhaare. #catcontent
— Margarete Stokowski (@marga_owski) March 20, 2015
The two worst things
We’ve had it about lists and we’ve had it about things going on on the toilet. What about list about things going on on a toilet?
2 of the worst things ever are sitting on a cold toilet seat and your foot falling asleep while u sit on the cold toilet seat.
— Will Gunter (@rwgunter12) January 12, 2015
The social conclusion
There were times when people were afraid of their parents entering social networks. I guess times have changed…
Got home & my mom wasn’t home. So I called and asked what she was doing and she said she didn’t wanna tell me. Clearly she gettin it in.
— Sean Jones (@K00LAlD) July 14, 2014