10 Things I Liked Enough to Show You: 26 March – 1 April 2016

I took this audience shot at a recent Death Cab for Cutie and Metric concert I went to. (click image to enlarge)

  1. Twitter turned 10 recently, and some of the early adopters got together to talk about the old days.
  2. A Kansas bill puts a $2500 bounty on trans individuals found using the "wrong" bathrooms. This proposal can only grow out of ignorance and misinformation.
  3. The history and relationship between social justice warriors, activists, and organizers is thought-provoking.
  4. Stoicism is growing in popularity, and I like it.
  5. Fleece clothing is a major contributor of microplastics in water, so can we ban fleece now? I've never liked it.
  6. This story about the internet-side effects of a disgruntled coder removing only 17 lines of code makes this whole deal feel a bit shaky.
  7. This body positive underwear campaign for men is a happy thing.
  8. You can rent a friend in Tokyo, and sounds like a pretty decent option.
  9. Dianna Boileau was one of the first Canadians to have gender-confirming surgery back in 1970.
  10. Facebook's reactions show us the right way to feel! Or maybe not.