NYTimes: The High School We Can’t Log Off From

A great article about Twitter. Everything I wanted to say about it but so much better. Finally, a talented journalist is writing for NYTimes.

I guess people enjoyed their adolescence a lot more than I did mine if they want to remain stuck in it.

Malignant Narcissism

The water at the splash pad turns off every 20 minutes to prevent it from going on when there are no people there. All you need to do is press a button and it goes back on. Many people don’t know this, however.

Today, when the water switched off for the first time, silence fell while people tried to figure out what happened. And in the silence, we heard one of the moms hiss at her kid, “Look what you did now! You broke the splash pad! It’s all broken now because of you!”