RT @Winter: (log on) The term Cancel Culture is a bad faith fallacy. There’s only Consequence Culture, it’s long overdue and most of the exposed predators have yet to face meaningful consequences. (log off)
RT @APA_Style: New in the #7thEdition of #APAStyle: Singular “they” is endorsed! This post on our blog has examples: on.apa.org/2WAYWpi
STOP ðŸ‘ BREAKING ðŸ‘ COPY ðŸ‘ & ðŸ‘ PASTE ðŸ‘ IN ðŸ‘ PASSWORD ðŸ‘ FIELDS ðŸ‘ IT ðŸ‘ DOESN’T ðŸ‘ IMPROVE ðŸ‘ SECURITY ðŸ‘ IT ðŸ‘ MAKES ðŸ‘ US ðŸ‘ ALL ðŸ‘ LESS ðŸ‘ SECURE ðŸ‘ BY ðŸ‘ DISCOURAGING ðŸ‘ PASSWORD ðŸ‘ MANAGERS ðŸ‘ THEREBY ðŸ‘ ENCOURAGING ðŸ‘ SIMPLER, ðŸ‘ EASIER ðŸ‘ TO ðŸ‘ BREAK ðŸ‘ PASSWORDS ðŸ™ƒðŸ¤¬
â€” Mark Willard (@MarkWillard85) October 18, 2019
Iâ€™ve said it before and Iâ€™ll say it again: there should always be a line thatâ€™s â€œBlack Coffee Only.â€
Our general advice: The fewer hyphens the better.
Use them only when not using them causes confusion. Think of hyphens as an aid to readersâ€™ comprehension. If a hyphen makes the meaning clearer, use it. If it just adds clutter and distraction to the sentence, donâ€™t. #APStyleChat
Real men leave their threatened manliness messages carved in wood of trees they felled and made using bone tools of animals they hunted. Just sayinâ€™
This sticker was found on a baby changing station in the menâ€™s bathroom pic.twitter.com/HiSixQIpoy
â€” SheRatesDogs (@SheRatesDogs) June 16, 2019
@pablohidalgo I actually didnâ€™t learn that the Emperorâ€™s name was Palpatine (or Darth Sidious or anything other than â€œEmperorâ€) until reading the Zahn books freshman year of college. But yeah, thereâ€™s always been a bigger world than just the films.