No matter the tools you use, if you are creative and you are making something with passion, you have my admiration.
People will tell you — directly or indirectly — that you’re not a real programmer, not a real artist, not a real writer, not a real…
Don’t create to prove yourself to anybody. Create to communicate, to release, to give meaning, to love.
Just create. And to me, you’re a real anything.
How to spot a nerd: See if they’re wearing this, then take their lunch money
I think you meant, then see if they want to have an in-depth conversation about it. Because taking their lunch money makes you a bully.
And being a bully makes you an asshole.
Tumblr is a perfect example of how true the above is.
unreal expectations for ten yr olds
me when i miss my flight
How in the heavens is that a failed stunt jump
Not always true.
People don’t always have time for you at every possible moment. Sometimes jobs get in the way. Or just life in general. If they really care about you, and you trust them that they do, they’ll still care despite how busy their time is.
I have a friend who is very difficult to communicate to because his Skype app on his phone is broken, and he loses it quite often.
Usually I lose people’s trust in time management if I’ve called them on multiple occasions and they got back to me once about the hang out, but never follow through, though that’s usually the result of poor communication, and that can be fixed by just talking to them about it.