Mary Branscombe (marypcb) wrote,
Mary Branscombe
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My tweets

  • Sun, 13:48: I suggested Eric write this one because I've seen people say they get spam calls in Teams and don't know what to do https://t.co/zPVUIIiRyH
  • Sun, 13:49: RT @JasperRLZ: Mass data collection is sad and hilarious, because Google must have petabytes of data and I don't know if like their chartin…
  • Sun, 14:17: The smart bathroom scales are so smart they can't cope with a cat; I can believe Phryne weighs 4.2kg at 8 months but Lyra is more than 2kg!
  • Sun, 18:57: today Phryne has been sleeping on my lap in the oddest upside down positions but she wants me to hold her head up while she sleeps so I have no photos
  • Mon, 01:15: RT @crandycodes: Congrats to all the msft folk who are wrapping up their content for Ignite! //build/ is ~10 weeks away 😅
  • Mon, 01:15: RT @crandycodes: P.S. Azure people - if you need changes to your rp that result in swagger changes, you’ll probably need to have them code…
  • Mon, 01:15: RT @resing: Know any great content design leaders? Send them our way! #wordsmatter #uxwriters https://t.co/UuSP7EXRzO
  • Mon, 01:17: RT @paul_haine: Once the pandemic is over I’m going to put on a blue Apple Genius shirt and lanyard and run up to Naomi Wolf in a restauran…
  • Mon, 01:18: Clubhouse is promiscuous with permissions for everything that has advantage to Clubhouse https://t.co/4WmbHWA219
  • Mon, 01:19: RT @JanelleCShane: meanwhile, GPT-3: https://t.co/WeNbxWPDpF
  • Mon, 01:19: RT @JanelleCShane: gpt-3 follows its car battery wisdom with a series of sexist jokes about women because of course it does. I filter this…
  • Mon, 01:21: Quora and Pinterest are *really bad* for the web and for search engines and both Bing and Google should stop prioritising their content https://t.co/VMHREmA8vH
  • Mon, 01:23: RT @IanColdwater: if you throw a party in a place where your friends explicitly can't access it kind of makes me feel like you don't care a…
  • Mon, 01:25: RT @donk_enby: next time Gab gets pwned, maybe they'll be able to figure out who's done it XDDDDDDDDD https://t.co/8dmSs8z7Di
  • Mon, 01:25: RT @fchollet: Just because something involves technology doesn't mean it's progress. Progress involves creating value in people's lives.
  • Mon, 01:27: RT @squatch03: @thugcrowd @donk_enby Give us this day our daily SQLi character escapes, and lead us not into cross site request forgery, bu…
  • Mon, 01:27: RT @fasterthanlime: Also, "X is not that hard" is often a dead giveaway that you're not the X expert you thought you were. Experts tend to…
  • Mon, 01:30: RT @EFF: Student surveillance vendor Proctorio sued one of its critics for speaking out. Cases like this show the need for strong anti-SLAP…
  • Mon, 01:30: RT @OmarShahine: Today I took a break from OmarKnows to write about my experience leading our team through the Pandemic. I share lessons le…
  • Mon, 01:35: RT @chelseyglasson: This reminds me of how HR told me to not share my claims with others. I listened, in part because I trusted HR and beca…
Tags: #uxwriters, #wordsmatter, twitter
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