Cofounder of @thinkup & @activateinc and blogger at http://t.co/cYY9L1
@alicetiara "co-founder of the Facebook-owned service believes it makes more sense for services to be part of larger applications" LOL
I know most American style guides put a period inside quotation marks, but I learned to code before I learned grammar, so toooo bad.
Also very thankful to have a platform for putting up half-baked thoughts that smart people will respond to in good faith. Y'all are alright.
Good thing about screwing up is learning; genuinely fascinated by how code switching is seen by many African Americans vs. Asian immigrants.
Worse, my wording made it seem like onus is on the excluded, rather than those in power, to change. So I updated it: http://t.co/43sWLryUhq
My earlier post about code switching was a bit thoughtless in considering how switching is an unfair burden on many young people.
Here's Ta-Nahesi Coates on the intellectual honesty Newt Gingrich has shown in his consistent support for Mandela: http://t.co/pHqWb7dtJ4
Here's Random Beyoncé. It offers a random Beyoncé music video for you to watch. Bookmark it for when you need it. http://t.co/ZtNI6s9jmg
For tech to get the talent it needs, we have to teach kids to code switch before we teach them to code: http://t.co/43sWLryUhq
What about the Fugees' "Some Seek Stardom" as the new national anthem? Have had 20 years to reflect on this and feel like Lauryn earned it.
Perhaps my favorite holiday treat is "Oh blech this is baking chocolate, isn't it?"