While the Ever Given is causing traffic chaos in the Suez canal since it slid sideways in sandstorm and wedged itself last Tuesday 23rd, the internet has done what it does best – shipping light relief in the form of memes. Bonus points for the Austin Powers reference.
I love that someone put the time in to make this: Via https://guardiansinferno.tumblr.com/post/156141513070/findmeinthealps-klngfili-can-you-paint-with
“Amazon promises no single points of failure. Instead, you get a single cloud of failure, the promise that when the system comes crashing down, at least you won’t be alone.” Maciej Cegłowski, “The Internet With A Human Face – Beyond Tellerrand 2014 Conference Talk” Found this (again) while searching for something unrelated. Worth reading in […]
This is a fascinating and delightful article by Katie Notopoulos, with its detail on classic Mod Dramas: Things have gotten bumpy for the alt-right online movement since the election. It’s facing an identity crisis (what does it mean to be the “alt” if you’re getting what you want?) and grappling with certain fundamental questions like […]
From an @FT comments page. Seems a fair summary. pic.twitter.com/MmZVSXUeYu — Duncan Castles (@DuncanCastles) November 16, 2016
First CNN exit poll in under 20 mins. pic.twitter.com/rop8CehcPo — Jamie Glackin (@JamieGlackin1) November 8, 2016
A German man living in California shared this message with the American people #beentheredonethat pic.twitter.com/Rtq9OqBWmn — Dr. Yasmin (@DoctorYasmin) November 6, 2016 Never vote for fascists. It never works out.