"What I tell you three times is true."
Whoever at Newsweek decided to shorten the entries on Kausfiles homepage to tiny excerpts: please, make it stop! about 15 hours ago via TweetDeck
I made the mistake of actually following that link and reading a few of her tweets. "We're out of diet coke, and suddenly I'm scrounging for half-drunk, warm bottles of Cherry Coke Zero at side of the bed."Just...wow. How come it's "diet coke," lower case, then "Cherry Coke Zero," upper case and how does a bottle of coke (or Coke) get "half-drunk"?
Thought she moved in with her mom. Sounds like a terrible house guest to complain about running out of Coke after throwing empties on the bedroom floor.
Oh, it gets better:Latest tweet: "I project that by the year 2018, 99% of economic journalism will consist of mindless trend extrapolation. By 2025, it will be 130%."She's a trendsetter in that respect-AWS
THIS is "web 2.0"? Megan McCurdle bitching about soft drinks "at the side of the bed"?Come back, CompuServe. All is forgiven.
"Tweg: there is a memoir about growing up in a working class Chicago neighborhood in the 50's, written by a social science prof. What is it?"
such is tweeting
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