Twitter | Search | |
Andrew Clark
core at Facebook. Hi!
15,665
Tweets
1,422
Following
36,286
Followers
Tweets
Andrew Clark 18m
Replying to @acdlite
I hate it when people interrupt me during that bracketed part. So rude.
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark 19m
Correct me if I’m wrong, but <fuck yes I can say anything I want here ahahahahah this goes on for two minutes>
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark 14h
Replying to @acdlite
Also I know this isn’t a popular opinion, but I kinda think Richard Madden might be handsome. Jaime Lannister sends his regards and so do I.
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark 14h
Replying to @acdlite
I really enjoyed this show’s ability to construct like 12 different possible endings and make all of them seem plausible until the end, even though the actual ending kinda disappointed
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark 14h
Replying to @_jayphelps
No the one with Robb Stark and the fucking
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark 14h
Fairly spot on review of Bodyguard
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark 21h
In a few years someone is going to use this technique to great effect in a major film and we’ll all lose our minds
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark 23h
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
Oops wrong account
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark Jan 21
Replying to @chrismcquarrie
I need this
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark Jan 21
Replying to @acdlite
Domain knowledge is valuable, but most of what you learn as an engineer is extremely transferrable to other domains. E.g. I’ve never done AI but I’m a good enough engineer that I could pick it up in a few years if I wanted. If you think that’s naive, fuck you, that’s confidence.
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark Jan 21
Replying to @acdlite
There will be people throughout your career who try to convince you their area of expertise is uniquely important and difficult to master and you just can’t appreciate its complexity. They are dorks who are wrong. They’re not that smart. You can do anything they can, if you want.
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark Jan 21
Advice for anyone who’s interested: don’t worry about which technologies you need to learn to advance your career. You’re smart; you’ll figure it out. Instead, start by focusing on the problems you want to solve, and the things you want to build. The rest will follow. Good luck!
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark Jan 21
The discourse around the MAGA teenagers seems bad right now, but I’m sure that in a few months, when things have cooled down, we’ll all look back having learned some valuable lessons
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark Jan 21
Nobody goes to the gym in the evening. It’s too crowded.
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark retweeted
Jonathan Haidt Jan 21
Why do people fall for fake news? One camp (including me) thinks main culprit is partisan motivated reasoning. Here is a good roundup of the argument from the other camp, that main culprit is intellectual laziness, by &
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark Jan 20
Replying to @acemarke
“Dorky dweeb” is redundant you fucking fuck
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark Jan 20
I miss the blissful few months following the AirPods launch when wearing them made me look like a tacky dweeb, as opposed to now when I look like a basic bitch.
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark retweeted
Christopher Orr Jan 20
This is the most plausible description of the events of yesterday that I have yet seen, even as videos and narratives have been everywhere: BHI initiates; Covington responds; Phillips tries to intercede. Thread.
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark Jan 20
At the end of the day, I think it’s better to have good ideas as opposed to bad ideas. Don’t you agree?
Reply Retweet Like
Andrew Clark Jan 20
I never want to hear the word “influencer” again dear fucking holy mother of yikes
Reply Retweet Like