Most tweets promote the author rather than good ideas, although they think they're promoting good ideas. Most of the people who read them, if any do, already agree with them, or don't and are using their tweets to evoke strong body chemistry that they are physically addicted to. #
I'm watching The Bear on Hulu. Really good. As I watch it, I realize how far we have to go in software development to reach the coordination of creativity you see in the kitchen of a small restaurant, understanding it's a dramatization and not to take it too literally. #
Last update: Tuesday September 6, 2022; 9:24 PM EDT.
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