Economists are sometimes chided for disagreeing about the importance of such basic questions as the relative role of aggregate demand and aggregate supply but physicists can’t even find most of the universe and microbiologists don’t agree on whether the human genome is 80% functional or 80% junk. Is disagreement a result of knaves and fools? Sometimes, but more often disagreement is just the way the invisible hand of science works.
I only know the two-spaces-are-bad rule because [John Gruber] taught me. But now I can’t even look at a double-space without literally puking every one of my guts out.
If they treat Tumblr the way Facebook has (so far) treated Instagram, I think this will work out well.
P.S. When I went to your office I saw all the band stickers and noticed you were into Pavement and some cool bands. My band plays our first show on [REDACTED] at [REDACTED] and we’re better than Pavement. You should come.