2016. You’ve been a hell of a year. I don’t think I’m quite ready to look back on all that you’ve brought and simultaneously destroyed for us, but I think we can all say that this year is like no other. It brought out the worst in many, but, like every cloud, there is a silver lining (if you squint really carefully). While this year may have been the year America elected a man that requires too many adjectives for a solid English sentence, the reaction to this world-changing event has been both disheartening and encouraging.
My favourite thing about sites such as WordPress, Tumblr, Facebook and all their counterparts is that they’re like their own little world. I mean, have you ever tried to explain what Tumblr is, to someone who doesn’t have one? Gets me in a sweat. But once you’re immersed in them, you know exactly how they work.
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