Twitter | Search | |
Paul Wagenseil
Use your wheels. It is what they are for.
10,606
Tweets
609
Following
816
Followers
Tweets
Paul Wagenseil 18m
Replying to @marshallhonorof
Vulnerability rarely merits punishment.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil 20m
Replying to @marshallhonorof
Bonus points for "temerity," though.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil 21m
Replying to @marshallhonorof
NOTHING.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil retweeted
Tim Carney 17h
I read this piece by . I expect a thank you note.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil retweeted
Julian Sanchez 1h
Replying to @normative
This is, incidentally, something of a pattern: “Look at the nightmare scenario that can occur without net neutrality!” Wait, that’s not actually a net neutrality violation. “Still! Scary!”
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil retweeted
Julian Sanchez 2h
Say it slowly with me: Portugal. Has. Net. Neutrality.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil retweeted
saschasegan 2h
If killing Net Neutrality kills the Internet and social media then maybe it'll save America and we'll all rediscover community and the joy of dealing with physical humans
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil retweeted
Chris Boyd 9h
uber-man uber-man pays whatever hackers demand cloud logins he ignored bitcoin is their reward look out there goes the uber-man
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil retweeted
irwin 13h
I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Gopher, Netscape with frames, the first Browser Wars. Searching for pages with AltaVista, pop-up windows self-replicating, trying to uninstall RealPlayer. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil retweeted
Lizzie O'Leary 18h
to properly understand a newsroom, you need to understand that today I ate two pieces of pizza and three donuts just because they were there and free
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil retweeted
Benedict Evans 13h
When I lived in London I had a choice of a dozen broadband providers. That made net neutrality a much more theoretical issue. The US’s failure to unbundle local loop (almost unique in developed world) makes NN much more significant here.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil 16h
Just when you thought you'd heard the last Uber outrage ....
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil 19h
Replying to @marshallhonorof
I had a prof who spent lecture time railing against U.S. policy in Central America, I agreed with his views, but they didn't belong in anthropology class.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil 19h
Replying to @marshallhonorof
You're hitting it right on the head. Liberal education is meant to open your mind, but too many college & university instructors now feel they have to control your thoughts.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil 19h
Replying to @jbarro
We felt it at Tom's Guide -- upstairs from you.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil 19h
Replying to @marshallhonorof
It's not liberalism. It's the opposite -- it's thought control. Danger is that those implementing it think they're on the side of the angels.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil 20h
Replying to @marshallhonorof
Read somewhere once that American liberalism is based on Adam Smith & fundamentally libertarian, while Canadian liberalism is Benthamist & seeks greatest good for greatest number.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil retweeted
Cthulhu for America Nov 21
It is not wise to grope your Dread Lord - at any time.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil 24h
Replying to @AP_Sports @pgraham34
“I don’t believe in science,” said Hughes.
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Wagenseil Nov 21
Replying to @allanfriedman
Not the optimal time of year to visit urban areas.
Reply Retweet Like