Today’s #jonindaily theme is “Coming to the end of the Day”
I’m Kee Hinckley (he/his). That’s my wife Mollie Pepper on the right. I’m a senior software architect at TiVo Corp (I get the metadata from point A to point B) with a BA in Anthropology. Mollie’s a sociologist with a couple Masters and a PhD on the way; she specializes in borders, gender, and violence. I have two kickass daughters. Shireen Hinckley is a film editor and documentarian currently working on a movie on refugee resettlement, Home Is Where the War Is. Shadi Fotouhi is a QA automation expert at Wayfair (and formerly at robotics firm Jibo), and an amazing artist.
Home is Where the War Is: Taster
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And not just quieter. https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/25/us/sf-birds-pandemic-singing-trnd/index.html
@nazgul If this BBQ goes poorly, that would make it a reptile dysfunction.
Lots of great answers here. https://twitter.com/richard_littler/status/1310095666346106880
Things must be getting bad if Facebook starts asking Scarfolk to offer jobs to people. Would you like to work in @Scarfolk? If so, what job would you like?
It says something about the state of the world that the best sleep I’ve had in months was in a tiny trailer with a full sized bed, two people, and two dogs, and not reading the news for two days.
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