As Krista so eloquently wrote it:
We expect to hire 60 new Automatticians in 2013. We’re a distributed company: Automatticians work from home, their local coffee shop, co-working spaces — the location in the world where they’re most comfortable and productive. Our hiring pool is planet Earth.
Via We want you: Automattic is hiring in 2013 — Blog — WordPress.com.
My advice to young people is to figure out how to make something. That means either working with your hands, or learning how to type code with them.
Via Young people are screwed… Here’s how to survive.
We have even seen these tactics used to advertise otherwise-reputable and well-known websites, a trend that suggests some marketing firms are outsourcing work to black-hat spammers.
Via A Spammy Year in Review.
We don’t change feature names to be fashionable or to emulate other services that might rhyme with “critter” or “shmacebook”.
As read in More traffic for your blog with the follow button.
I lol’d, but it’s so true.
[…] the city of Man and His World has become unsafe for women and children. The yellow brick road is crumbling. As of this morning, the clicker on a billboard outside city hall reads “003 jours depuis une catastrophe.”
Far be it from me to defend slave labour, but the pyramids are in better shape than the Champlain Bridge.
Mike Boone in Montreal’s yellow brick road keeps on crumbling.
If you Huffman-coded all the ‘random’ things everyone on the internet has said over the years, you’d wind up with, like, 30 or 40 bytes *tops*.