@whoisdanw Cabinet members who favour “no deal” are continually moving cards out of the Next/Current Sprint columns into the Product Backlog.
@whoisdanw Do you think there’s a Trello for Brexit? The ‘Done’ column is probably quite empty.
@dannyboy Thanks. Shame it’s nearly all subscribers only, but fair enough.
@zzgavin People having to duck in close to read the text also intrudes on the work!
@whoisdanw But then I have to carry something and find the right bit. Intolerable! I need one hand for pointing and one for stroking my chin!
@whoisdanw So children or people in wheelchairs can also read them? Maybe they should have two identical labels: one at the current level and one at my eye height, which is obviously the correct height.
Those in Tate Britain’s ‘Impressionists in London’ exhibition seemed bigger than most, but the typeface was narrow and so closely tracked that they weren’t that readable, especially from an angle.
Do museums/galleries do research into the readability of the labels next to paintings etc? They’re always so small, resulting in people having to duck in and out to read them, then view the exhibit. Seems so unnecessary.
@genmon “humble” or “honest”?
@blinry How would I even explain this to someone who live their life AFK? 🤔
At the time this was taken, Bezos was coming off nearly a decade as a hedge fund guy, possessed of two Ivy League degrees his family paid for, and sitting on seven figures worth of capital his parents contributed. Screw this mythmaking. twitter.com/FuelOnline/sta…
This is a photo of #Amazon's Jeff Bezos in 1999. Screenshot this or retweet it and look at it every time you start to feel doubt or fear trying to steal your dreams...