So I got an email that I won a prize pack of free stuff from Mix 103-7 for, well, I don’t even remember. I think I took a survey a while back to rate the music they play online. Anyway, I drove all the way down to Midlothian to get my stuff, and here’s what was inside the bag (with their logo printed on it): A t-shirt, coffee mug, plastic cup, magnetic clip, and fridge magnet. I mean I can’t complain because it’s free stuff, but I drove to southside for a bag of promotional goodies so that I can sport items with their logo on them and help Cox Radio garner more listeners? Appears that way. Oh well, it was free!
So @axios RVA has a new game where you’re asked to draw #RVA neighborhoods. @ScottsAddition is going to be interesting, because no one realizes boundaries were expanded in 2015, AND #DiamondDistrict just dilutes that notion further. https://www.axios.com/local/richmond/game-do-you-know-your-neighborhood?city=richmond @KarriPeifer @nedoliver
This is inexcusable.
A truly wild moment yesterday from the House Financial Services Committee, where they laugh about the revolving door from Congress to the banks.
I know, right? I think he, Ed Sheeran, and Imagine Dragons (Get Z Nickelback) single-handedly prop-up top 40 radio right now.
Right? It’s like every week they think of a new way to make sure I spend less and less time on the app. Between forced sound on stories and no option to turn off [someone] posted new reels,” I barely find myself using @Instagram anymore. Forcing the UX does not increase usage.