Y’know, there’s a lot of angst around Yahoo! possibly buying Tumblr.
Considering all the site-breaking changes that already take place without any warning, the enmity Tumblr has with certain add-on developers, and the general lousy business practices in regards to transparency and turnover rate, can it really get any worse than it is?
Anonymous asked: So did you have a subscription to TIME so you could read the article or did you just read it at the corner or in a store or something? My curiosity has been piqued but I'm not about to buy a subscription to something I'm only going to read once. I don't even like giving out my information lol
I haven’t been able to lay hands on a physical copy yet, but I’ve been keeping my eyes peeled. There was a snippet from it I linked to in the post immediately after the first one that showed the whole “damn kids these days” hook was meant to grab (mostly older folks’) attention where the rest of the article is explaining how Millennials are different from previous generations, and how that difference is a good thing.
There’s also this interview with TIME’s executive editor, where she goes further into detail (despite the best efforts of the grey-haired douche with the Livestrong bracelets—ignore him, he’s a dick) about the article.
So yeah, all the butthurt cover edits and the jumping to conclusions have been hilarious in light of this.
“FUKKEN OLD FARTS GOT US INTO THIS MESS AND WE’RE WITH OUR PARENTS ‘CUZ THERE ARE NO JOBS AND AND AND—”
“That’s what we’re saying.”
“… WELL, YOU WERE MEAN ABOUT IT”
making cookies from scratch for the first time in my life
if you never hear from me again, you’ll know how it turned out
using Spock/Kirk slash to illustrate canon vs. non-canon to my mom