Replied to Fiona’s post by fiona fiona (micro.blog)

@fiona The things you learn. Now I have names for two activities I do often.😁

Although I don’t know whether they should call page parking a millennial thing (that seems to put a negative spin to it); it just a very efficient way of looking for information.
I can think of the number of times I keep a google search result page open and cmd+click links to open them in seperate tabs; because you never know whether the site has the information you want, and why reload the google search result?

Also, you commented that you use Pocket to page park while browsing your social feed. That led me to thinking (and I’m sure others would have thought of this before, but it only just occurred to me)…

Maybe if people got into the habit of marking/saving social media posts they are interested in responding to, but held off commenting or interacting with it until after they’ve gone through their social feed, maybe FB and Twitter would have more thoughtful conversations.

Perhaps social media should also be separated into two separate activities – you first read through your feed, collecting all the posts you find interesting or thought provoking, then after that’s done, you switch your mind to actually deciding whether a response is necessary and if yes, to actually composing a response.

In fact I think I might start doing that with m.b. (A tool to triage mb posts @hartlco?)

Bookmarked Two Keyboards at a Bar (Rands in Repose)

I got a chuckle out of this piece – a short script showing a couple of Apple keyboards drinking at a bar when the Touch Bar walks in.
Seeing the personalities given to the different Apple tech was fantastic.

Liked jon 2 (Gale Galligan)
A Garfield fancomic considering the life of Jon Arbuckle, cartoonist.

I can’t remember who posted this on MB before, but it was a great read and tugged on many heart strings…

Read - Reading: The Singularity Trap by Dennis E. Taylor

I previously read the Bobiverse series and loved it, so I had to get this one – it’s even narrated by the same narrator (Ray Porter). So far this book has not disappoint.