some thoughts on #dudetime
@3 weeks ago with 104 notes
One thing I’ve noticed lately since the Twitter inline photo feature add is that a lot of dudes have been posting selfies (unrelated to #dudetime, but the below #dudetime post prompted me to think about this) and it strikes me as a genuinely new thing. In the Facebook era selfies were almost always posted by women, or by men who were unusually performative. Something is changing and men are embracing the selfie as a form of authentic, public self expression. Seems a harbinger of chiller times.
for those of you who don’t follow me on twitter, i occasionally do this thing called #dudetime. it was originally modeled after lil b’s #girltime and you can hear me talking about the origins here (with jamieson, a #dudetime participant!) but basically it was intended as something silly and…
TBK & The Circle
@1 month ago with 2 notes
A close accounting of the many and eerie similarities between my 2012 memoir, The Boy Kings, & the 2013 book The Circle.
The Unbearable Whiteness of Breaking Things
@3 months ago with 8 notes
In Silicon Valley they start them young, as we learn from 16-year-old Midas Kwant in his bright-eyed Medium essay about …
While it has suddenly become cool to hate the oblivious techbro, it’s important to understand that the oblivious techbro isn’t born out of nothing— the Valley makes him.
@5 months ago with 1 note
check out this bro just chilling