what's cool about Stitch Fix
Stitch Fix was AMAZING to interview with, and several soon-to-be coworkers have already reached out to welcome me. They've made a point of being excited about both my technical and communication/empathy skills, and letting me ask questions outside the management chain. I didn't have to negotiate, because they review comp regularly, pay fairly, and adjust when it doesn't match. They have standards for mentoring and career advancement... Basically, I'm thrilled :D
@cyrinsong @polymer_witch are new account adds closed, or new accounts from specific user groups? Friend of mine requested an account for toot.cat and never heard back at all.
Always help your friend 😊
Crafty Wonderland Spring Market
I have a booth at Crafty Wonderland's Spring Market,
this Saturday May 20 at the Oregon Convention Center from 11am-6pm.
Come say hello and buy a hat and check out the other stuff people made for you to buy. There are something like a million booths. https://craftywonderland.com/pages/about-markets
Anyone been interested in trying one of these luuup cat litter boxes? They're buy 2, get one free, so I was thinking I could order them and split it if you want one. I only need one. https://luuup.com
You know how there's that traffic jam game you can play where you try and free the car, but to finish it you have to make everything even more terrible than it seemed when you started, and it seems impossible you'll ever escape, then suddenly like one thing falls into place and everything else just works?
Finally feeling like I'm getting to the just works part of New House. Only took 4 months. 😂
hey masto folks, friends n #gamedev people
do you know of a cool indie game with LGBTQ or female or non-white characters in it? tell me about them!
(also pls boost this toot, i'd be super grateful! ✨ )
Half the proceeds of my Street Roots hats go directly to the paper. Street Roots is the best. https://www.etsy.com/listing/510840595/street-roots-knit-hat
Working on my permaculture design 101 class work, and came across this blog post about adding a "transition ethic" to the principles of working toward the world you want to live in. It's giving me a lot of thoughts about sustainaibilty of community groups and participation. http://blog.numundo.org/2016/02/16/transition-ethics-the-art-of-compromise/
Garden + Queer + Femme + Cat + Tortoise + Tarot + Magic
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