Manchester-based and decreasingly ginger writer, learning technologist, bee enthusiast, father and nincompoop.
Sorry everyone, my fault, didn’t realise I had this button
I see the Guardian have decided against using twee pixel art pictures of the candidates for their US election updates this time around. Can’t imagine why.
I foresee an extremely tedious news story in the near future
Hard to imagine a less appealing tagline for 2020 tbh
Wikipedia has a very roundabout way of telling you that The Tiger Who Came to Tea is about a tiger who came to tea.
The small Nutella jar glass is very much the benevolent sibling of the Gü ramekin. Next time you want a pudding, consider just eating a jar of Nutella.
2020: our toddler sits in the bath shouting ‘Wash hands! Sanitiser! Sanitiser! Some soap!’
Well, this certainly looks like a well-produces compilation
I don’t mind noisy plastic toys, but if you design them to occasionally make a noise when left unused to attract children back to them, you can get in the bin.
All else aside, you have to admire the clear drafting here.
Facebook remembers everything about me except that I don’t want to use Chat Heads.
Why should I have to stop at zebra crossings when there is no evidence whatsoever that they protect drivers?
Disgusted by the nanny-state bedwetters who won’t let me have my balls out in the supermarket #ballmuzzles
All this investment in clever algorithms for music streaming and they don’t even bother to identify Chirstmas music and restrict it to Christmastime.
Curious about how much crossover there might be between the ‘We survived the blitz, we can survive Brexit!’ crowd and the ‘Wearing a mask makes my nose itch, I will not do it!’ crowd.
Why doesn’t the Twitter ‘Home’ algorithm use the same technology they use to identify interesting tweets and refresh the feed before you have a chance to finish reading them?
Reading ‘Hard Times’. Really the only thing that dates it is that they hasn’t invented the phrase ‘wealth creators’ yet.
Seems a bit harsh.Oh, hang on, I’m still logged in to a demo account.
Hello! mas.to is a general-topic, mainly English-speaking instance.
We're enthusiastic about Mastodon and aim to run a fast, up-to-date and fun Mastodon instance.