You probably missed the massive news coming out of Great Britain this week.
”But Bill …” you’re probably thinking. “… even if you don’t pay much attention to the Royal Family, everyone has heard the Harry and Meghan news.”
But that’s not the news I’m talking about.
Beating autocorrect is a big deal.
Dare I say … it’s a big ducking deal.
STUFF I WROTE THIS WEEK
Tales of a bad basketball player — Always have been … always will be.
Where all the best stuff comes from — What anyone who writes something has in common with Lin-Manuel Miranda.
THIS WEEK’S BLAST FROM THE PAST
Starting them young — A friend’s Facebook post about her son’s being worried he won’t get into a good college if he doesn’t take four AP courses as a high school junior reminded me of this one.
STUFF I READ THIS WEEK
#twitterfamous (Buffalo Sauce Everywhere) — Renata’s a star now! (And I’m with her 100 percent on the Marius thing.)
Fixing Your Problems With A Relationship (Rosie Culture) — Spoiler alert: it usually doesn’t work.
It’s Okay to Not Be Okay (BEXoxoBlog) — Yes, it is.
The Unrelenting Snow Globe (The Return of the Modern Philosopher) — Winter can be unpleasant.
TWEETS I LIKED
My friend Bob knows how to have fun, and this looks like fun.
I usually ride six miles on the bike at the gym. Does that count?
Anyone who can do this should have to fend suitors off with a stick.
Meanwhile, in Canada (read the whole thread)