some are born with gold teeth, some achieve gold teeth, and some

Okay, here's a project I've been working on for the past few weeks. It still needs a lot of polish and some more features, but I'm excited about it and want to share: congresstweets.party

Worth a note that this is not just a case of Democrats being more prolific tweeters in general. Here are the top hashtags from the past 30 days instead of 24 hours.

Democrats in congress seem to be going all out today tweeting about voting. Republicans not so much.

The developers of SQLite appear to be sincerely arguing that nothing has happened in the last 1,300 years that might make ancient standards of acceptable behavior different from contemporary ones. sqlite.1065341.n5.nabble.com/R

Since the U.S. Press Freedom Tracker project launched in August 2017, out team — me, @camfassett@twitter.com and Kirk Duval — has published reports on more than 200 press freedom incidents. Now we're looking for an experienced editor to join us! freedom.press/jobs/job-opening

BIG NEWS: The @uspresstracker@twitter.com is hiring a managing editor. I’ve been acting as the managing editor since our launch last year, but now we’re finally hiring a professional editor, which frees me up to do more in-depth reporting on press freedom issues. freedom.press/jobs/job-opening

Aren't polygraphs wildly unreliable and easy to consistently pass with a little training? I get that it is partially about pointing out hypocrisy (which is for real there!) but obsessing over Kavanaugh taking a polygraph is a strategy that makes me feel nervous.

‪My aunt: "But I'm always very polite to Siri because you know what? One day they're going to get conscious and they'll remember if you said please and thank you."‬

Mastodon is great because everyone is nice and supportive and also I learned what a “slime girl” is.

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When I was a child I really thought tracking stocks was a much bigger part of adulthood than it turned out to be.

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