Tumblr seems made for this question, as it partly inspired it, so please pass it on as you see fit…
I’m writing an article for a UK magazine about online advice, and need to speak to someone who asked a blogger or a podcaster for advice, was answered publicly (i.e. in a blog post or podcast episode), and either found it helpful or unhelpful. Said person can be anonymous!
This is everything lovely about the internet.
I want to see this film, and we all loved Romeo + Juliet, but even so: how dare you.
“She recognized that this is how friendships begin: one person reveals a moment of strangeness, and the other person decides just to listen and not exploit it.”
—Meg Wolitzer, The Interestings
Why did this make me tear up?
This is very good.
I don’t generally watch British drama because generally American stuff isn’t so, how can I put it? Crappy and derivative. So it’s taken me until now to finally start watching Sherlock and OMG, it’s so good you guys!!!! (If only the entire internet had told me sooner…) I think I might be a ‘shipper by the next episode. And probably a Cumberbitch by series 2.
SO I SAW ONE OF MY KITTENS CLIMBING A TREE TODAY AND SORT OF FREAKED OUT AND WENT TO GO GET IT
IN A NEST
I DON’T THINK THEY KNOW THEY’RE CATS
OK, well this is the best thing.