Twitter is the history of the everyperson
Twitter archives at the Library of Congress—along with the Internet, in general—will offer future historians a new way to write about the past, argues Slate’s Christopher Beam. For the first time, we’ll have the story of average people—rather than just the “Great Men” or the upper classes—recorded as it happens, by the people it happened to. Imagine how a perspective like that would change our...
When the answer [no] to your question [are we good?] has been said, the singular...– F. Jordan Carnice
A Bridge Between Us by Julie Shikeguni
"Tell me you love me," Porter mouthed in my ear, as he pressed his chest against my back.
"Okay," I said, "I love you."
"Say it like you mean it," he whispered.
"I love you, I mean it," I growled.
I feel like I would’ve been a real culinary person if I grew up with a kitchen inside my house. Like I’ve always wanted to experiment with cooking but I hate the thought of cooking outdoors. I don’t have memories of ever having an indoor kitchen where actual cooking gets done. My parents’ first apartment must have had one since it was tiny, but we moved out when I was five...