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Liz Keogh
Lean/Agile consultant, hard-core BDDer, speaker, blogger, poet, fantasy author, pattern hunter, complexity thinker, Londoner and unrepentant Goth.
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Liz Keogh 3h
Replying to @StOnSoftware
No problem; we follow the patterns others set and you had no way of knowing that the others were my friends. Set good patterns out there :)
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Liz Keogh 4h
Replying to @IJohnson_TNF
Sometimes there's nothing you can say to make it right.
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Liz Keogh 4h
Replying to @Luke4OSS
Thanks. I'm sure that most people doing it think of themselves as good people. Help them to think of others, inc women, as good people too.
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Liz Keogh 4h
Use active over passive; not "sorry that happened" but "sorry someone did that to you." Maybe someone will realise who "someone" is.
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Liz Keogh 4h
Replying to @IJohnson_TNF
I would love you and others to post active rather than passive voice, though. "Sorry someone did that to you." It didn't just happen.
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Liz Keogh 4h
Replying to @IJohnson_TNF
Thanks. I came through them OK. Still looking for a few missing jigsaw pieces, but can now see the big picture.
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Liz Keogh 4h
Replying to @JennyKCMO @NativeWired
Some of the hugs are *not* random and are most welcome, from people I hugged in RL. They know who they are. :)
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Liz Keogh 4h
Yeah... random onlookers don't realize that and others are close friends. I don't feel need to "like" back now.
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Liz Keogh 4h
Replying to @SalFreudenberg
(Context for anyone not knowing what the hell we're talking about, since this thread is public: )
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Liz Keogh 4h
Replying to @SalFreudenberg
Also, if you run out of hands, I can sponsor a couple of rounds. :)
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Liz Keogh 4h
Replying to @SalFreudenberg
I wouldn't have been able to write that post if I hadn't met you and heard the things you say.
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Liz Keogh 4h
Replying to @SalFreudenberg
I'm sorry you had that. If it helps any, your insights changed my understanding of my life and how best to live it, hugely, and positively.
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Liz Keogh 4h
Replying to @sandell_johan
Thanks for the support. These days I prefer not to have random hugs from the people I don't know well; the support is most welcome.
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Liz Keogh 4h
Replying to @StOnSoftware
Thanks for the support. These days I prefer not to have random hugs from the people I don't know well; the support is most welcome.
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Liz Keogh 6h
Replying to @julipur
It was cathartic :)
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Liz Keogh 7h
Replying to @chrisvmcd
Would have been worse without you and the crew to back me up. You're definitely in the Staunch Ally camp. Thank you for what you do.
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Charlie Stross 7h
An excellent guide to the state of cryptocurrencies, their strengths, and their weaknesses (hint: bubble warning):
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Liz Keogh 8h
Replying to @yatesco
There are many good things. Life is a lot better than it was, and my spine is shiny and strong these days. Thank you for your wishes.
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Liz Keogh 8h
The post I didn't need to write.
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Tonianne DeMaria 10h
And this breeds learned helplessness, which is counter to 's focus on respect for ppl & its goal of building a problem solving culture.
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