5 years ago, I helped to build this house in Ethiopia. Now, there are less than 48 hours for my campaign raising money for Habitat for Humanity Nepal (link in bio). Any support is greatly appreciated.

I’m making the switch. American Airlines is matching my United status. Good riddance to the friendly skies.

I ordered a bunch of stuff from Studio Neat on December 3. I still haven’t received it, and there’s been absolutely no communication from them about my order status, why the more than 3 month delay.

I own several of their products, but definitely can’t recommend them anymore :(

Logging in to my brokerage site isn’t a “feature.” It’s literally the least the incompetent dumbasses at Schwab could do.

I’m watching Counterpart, since so many people have recommended it recently. S1E2 has really taken me out of the story for the silliest reason: There’s a string ensemble practicing Vivaldi. The soundtrack of the rehearsal includes a harpsichord, but there’s no harpsichord on stage.

I find Chrome’s “hold ⌘-Q to Quit” message the most frustrating thing. I just deleted the app because it’s so user hostile. Back to Safari for me.

Today marks the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Article 1 starts “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.” The other 29 are just as plainly written, and fundamental. Take a moment and read it. 27(1) is my personal favourite.

I bought an amaryllis kit from an old Chinese man (or, Ace Hardware). It was, uh, you know, just stuck in among the zinnias. I paid a dolla’ ninety five.

Move On is so pathetic. Have your silly little protests about how sad you are a racist shitstain is no longer our Attorney General, you pathetic “liberal” scum. I’ll be over here celebrating that a literal confederate is no longer in charge of the Justice Department.

I’ve been an Amazon customer since 1997, and have never had a bad customer experience. Until today. Why would they allow sellers with 91% negative feedback over the past year to remain active? amzn.to/2J58thq

Today marks the 5th anniversary of my time at Facebook (Or Faceversary, if you will). I’m proud to work at a company that’s gone from making the world more open and connected to giving people the power to build community and bring the world closer together, and look forward to the next 5 years doing unique things in some of the world’s biggest data centers. (It’s also the kind of place where the culinary team baked me a special faceversary cake!)