my birthday is late as shit so i did.
Me too. Graduation was 1week after my 17th birthday.
I did too. Graduated at 17, Turned 18 a month later
^^ what she said
^^ cosign. I was 17 also
I was 17. Hell I was 17 when I started college.Me, too. 17 when I graduated and 17 when I started college.
I’m in this boat too. I was 17 almost my whole first semester in college. I had to try and get a decent construction job before college because there was no way I was getting any money from my parents and guess who can’t get insured on a construction site? Anyone under 18.
I graduated at 17, and didn’t turn 18 until December of my freshman year. Which means I didn’t turn 21 till December of my senior year, which was a drag.
Learn HTML and create your own scalable, free blogging platform. It’s super easy!
I started a blog to help people who see the Tumblr/Yahoo deal as the life-destroying armageddon that it truly is.
Learn C++, Linux, hardware optimization, and networking as well if you want to scale!
Be ready to field feature requests from every user, who each think 1) their idea is the most important one and 2) no one else has ever suggested it before.
I am at least temporarily banned from cutting my own hair, as it always ends up either uneven or way too short.
Bang forehead here. Repeat.
The New Flickr -
Hey look guys, Yahoo! gave Flickr an awesome* facelift today, as well as a HUGE space bump for free accounts!
*and to be fair, long-overdue, but the whole point of bringing in new leadership was to right the ship, after all.
Yow. Removing the photo display limit and upping the storage is amazing. And it’s really very nice looking, too.
This should give the haters some confidence re the Tumblr acquisition.
Also adds exclamation points! to the end! of random words!
I do not share the pessimism that most everyone on my feed seems to have.
I think David Karp closing his official blog statement with “Fuck yeah, David” was sophomoric.
I think Yahoo’s statement about not wanting to screw things up was adorable.
I trust Marissa Mayer.
If it is in your nature to complain, I think you should wait until actual changes get made before doing so.
Agreed. I think that was just Karp trying to signify that Tumblr will remain Tumblr. Which is, let’s face it, kind of sophomoric to begin with. I thought Mayer’s gif set was cute, if trying a bit hard, but I’m not worried. Let’s see how this goes, right? Everyone was freaked out about Instagram being bought by Facebook and that hasn’t been nearly as bad as feared, has it?
I, too, think Yahoo! is awful. I don’t even use my Yahoo! ID to log into Flickr anymore—I use my Google ID.
But I’m maybe going to wait till the ink is dry on the check before complaining about the acquisition.