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Ben
Resting sweater connoisseur. DJs (Tu 8pm PST.) Writes . Develops .
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Ben Sep 17
Starting a quiet week off in the UK and still compiles so that’s something.
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Ben Sep 13
Replying to @esten
Classic Esten is… not GDPR compliant? 🙁
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Ben Sep 13
Apparently I didn’t Tweet a snarky Tweet during the World Cup final about the inevitable fate of the pitch invader protesters which is probably just as well because…
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Ben Sep 13
Replying to @benward
It is in fact going to be *very last* due to not actually being on the plane. (Apparently it *is* on the next one.)
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Ben Sep 13
Fast off the plane. Quickly through passport control. Of course my bag is going to be last onto the carousel…
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Ben Sep 13
Replying to @tomcoates
Not all of our Tweets are as long as yours, Tom.
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Ben Sep 13
“Hello! *Again*! (@ London Heathrow Airport in Hounslow, Greater London)”
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Ben Sep 12
Friends in Britain! I’ll be home next week after my brother’s wedding. Give a shout if you want to hang out; I don’t really have a plan.
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Ben Sep 11
The Boards of Canada remix of “Good Friday” on the WHY? reissue is just *glorious*. Get lost it in on right now.
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Ben Sep 11
on air at . In 3–2–1… (@ - in San Francisco, CA)
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Ben Sep 10
Replying to @seldo
I see their billboards and feel …bad. But look forward hopefully to an oblivious “Just Brex it!” slogan campaign.
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Ben Sep 10
Replying to @ptraughber
Isn’t that… good? I mean, it’s underground. Not the ground floor, street, or an adjacent lot. While the dream of Europe is great, and pedestrianising city centres would be a bold goal, the US didn’t build passenger trains. Car usage can be reduced. You need one to go elsewhere.
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Ben Sep 9
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Ben Sep 9
Replying to @kwchang
And a couple of cases of people acknowledging that enduring the constantly real-time environment and addiction-driving engagement obsession of the product was harmful to their mental health.
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Ben Sep 9
Replying to @kwchang @blackmad
It’s worth chatting to when he returns for deeper exploration. Broadly: I saw a lot of presenters who are on Twitter from healthier days, and maybe developed their art there. But now they experience pile-ons, low-value mansplaining, resent obligation to remain for PR.
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Ben Sep 9
Replying to @dsingleton
It’s really striking how consistently Twitter comes up as part of people’s creative history, and quite clearly not a part of their future (marketing channel yes/probably, but not so much a personal or creative environment.)
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Ben Sep 9
Wonderful weekend of art, creativity and inspiration XOXO this week, unless you’re running Twitter and thinking that having no opinions and sitting on your hands will bring about a wholesome cultural renaissance on the platform.
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Ben Sep 9
In the airstream. Come hang!
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Ben Sep 9
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Ben Sep 8
Replying to @daniscoville
You’re all so stripy.
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