@andrewdallmann Thanks! Instagram definitely renewed my interest in photography.
Not a bad view during a game of disc golf. http://t.co/NQPeIMgH
@therealjohnny5 I could use it!
@therealjohnny5 But in fairness, they did have to build the whole thing when I signed up. Lol
@therealjohnny5 Only took 2 years to get my invite. ;)
@matthewtanis When’d you sign up? According to the email I got, I signed up on May 18, 2010.
Leaving NYC tonight as we move west. @maleriebrill and I love this city more than any other. We’ll miss it, and our friends here greatly.
My new favorite thing is demonstrating what we’ve dubbed “The Sam Hendry”: getting filthy to dubstep during the cut time! /cc @TheSamHendry
@Simplify Any way to see where I sit on the list? I signed up pretty early on in your infancy. :)
Sometimes when I get into bed, I get a little bit happy thinking about coffee in the morning.
Watching @maleriebrill watch America’s Funniest Home Videos is pretty much the best thing ever.
@William_kent Yeah, though I’d have to set up a Twitter account just for that, to keep it focused…
@jc …since right now, I’m just largely uneducated about current events. :-/
@jc Yeah, maybe I just need to stop being lazy and do the same. Really not sure what the answer is for me. Gotta do something, though…
@notasausage Thanks, I’ll check it out!
@jc Yep, still follow RSS feeds. Never have used them for news though. Doesn’t seem like a good way to keep up. Maybe I’m wrong?
Need to find something that works for me, on demand and easy to consume. World and national headlines most important.
Following news orgs on Twitter seems too noisy. Don’t watch enough TV to watch the evening news. Don’t consistently check news websites.
Searching for the “right” way to consume the news. A news app for iPhone, perhaps. Most sources I try don’t stick. Any favorites?