Hmm sounds like Facebook has your number. But seriously the best solution I can find is to treat it like an ad, and use your ad blocker’s element picker to block the suggested group module.
This is worth noting, though it’s also very typical in social media terms of service. I’ll ask Anchor to clarify how they intend to use podcasters’ content.
huh that’s weird you don’t SEEM liberal
Alan: Does this explain it?
I didn’t even realize the pun until hours after the post went up.
Munkaybiznaz... thank you.
Self-commenting because Caroline Casey tweeted that David Sedaris also picks up other people’s trash. He tells the West Sussex County Times, “I’m angry at the people who throw these things out their car windows, but I’m just as angry at the people who walk by it every day. I say, pick it up yourself.”
If anyone needs them, I’ve got extra fingerless gloves in the Lifehacker pod.
Thank you! Updating the post.
Gee when you’re an internationally renowned athlete MAYBE IT DOES
Merlin has also mentioned a “rate 1-10 and no 7s” rule—I’ve noticed that in matters of taste, like IMDb scores, everything ends up in a boring 7.1-7.8 range.
Thank god for Amazon’s little bar graphs.
I’m hate-starring this
Thank you, this is good advice! I think it’s the very “I could do this any time” nature that made it so hard for me to remember to just do it. I wasn’t setting aside a time, because I always felt like “oh, I’ll just do it some time without planning it.” I think at first, I might need to plan solo meditation as…
Thanks, adding that to the post!
Clearly you’re familiar with how Deadspin works
Nice! I’m having trouble finding the right episode, do you have a link or title?
The benefit is you never have to check your wishlist. Many of these sales only last one day, so you’d have to crack open your list every morning on the off-chance that some book went on sale today.