We looked inside some of the tweets by @meganrosedickey and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Money, I got money
I just had a conversation with a friend about how much POC in tech and venture - especially the Black women in tech and venture - have sacrificed/are sacrificing every day just to do what we do.
I’m thinking a breakup has something to do with the backstory here
I switched from using "people with disabiities" to "disabled people" after seeing @LeeFlower's posts. She lays it out again as a helpful reminder on framing and basic respect. Thank you for doing so much work to educate us and for putting in so much emotional labor https://twitter.com/LeeFlower/status/1161484492525199360
I wish Mac OS had a medium mode. Light mode is too light and dark mode is too dark.
This just made my morning https://twitter.com/Nettaaaaaaaa/status/1161309036056383488
5 years since Mike Brown changed the world forever. 5 years since he changed me forever.
Honoring the #Ferguson Uprising means never going back to how things used to be.
I shared some brief reflections with @TIME for today.
Mike Brown Forever.
Hell yeah. #nabj19 swag
Tfw your glasses immediately fog up the second you step outside the Miami airport #NABJ19
Damn. But this is the kind of stuff that we hear all the time. Hate crimes against homeless people happen every single day.
When we talk about public safety, it almost always excludes the safety of unhoused people. https://twitter.com/kimmaicutler/status/1157402136696610816
this is unsurprising.
square was running caviar on fumes and was either gonna sunset it or sell it. i imagine doordash will probably wind down the caviar brand and move all of caviar’s restaurants to doordash (may make some restaurant owners who were avoiding doordash unhappy). https://twitter.com/SquareIR/status/1157022341475569664
Not a good look for Lyft, which is actively fighting in court to be the sole provider of bike-share services in SF https://techcrunch.com/2019/07/31/lyft-pulls-e-bikes-in-light-of-apparent-battery-fires/
Here’s a handy list of all the tech companies working with ICE, the government organization best-known these days for putting kids in cages https://www.vox.com/recode/2019/7/30/20728147/tech-company-ice-contracts-foia-microsoft-palantir-concur-dell?utm_campaign=ranimolla&utm_content=chorus&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter
DoorDash drivers knew about the tipping policy for months. Why’d it take so long for the company to make a change? https://www.latimes.com/business/technology/story/2019-07-25/doordash-tipping-amazon-flex-drivers