Little bit late, so I’m going to get right down to it:
Snark by Snarkwest: Voting – The 233-Year-Old Design Problem
This distillation is so great: “His style of banter is a series of wonderfully tweetable non-sequiturs. Thoughts don’t follow from other thoughts, but they’re loosely clustered, with some sort of fuck-you line at the core.”
Yep + I was impressed how spot-on Matt’s distillation seemed considering it was written on the fly.
Inspired by the post I decided to use Storify to collate some of the firehose of “tweetable non-sequiturs.” It turns out to have been a very apt description.
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