Apparently Musk is going to try to start charging for his platform.
I will miss all of the wisdom about COVID that Twitter distributed to everyone around the world.
Austria doctors:“COVID-19 is not a cold. It is not influenza. It is a systemic, vascular-damaging disease that only spreads via the respiratory route, via aerosols. COVID is neither over, nor is it a harmless infection without consequences.”https://t.co/GWu5HzXcpv via @tonline— Cathie from Canada 🇨🇦 😷🏳️🌈 (@CathieCanada) September 23, 2023
Voting for Pierre Poilievre will get you a cheap house in the same way voting for Doug Ford got you $1 beer.— Dean from Winnipeg (@Dean_Winnipeg) September 9, 2023
What if this is the stupidest time to be alive?— Molly Jong-Fast (@MollyJongFast) August 25, 2023
we managed, but it was a lot harder (and only our immediate family & neighborhood had to hear about it)— Gina Ellis (@GinaEllis4) September 19, 2023
Socialism vs. Capitalism pic.twitter.com/ZCfkLGHA3x— Jeffrey Levin 🇺🇦 (@jilevin) September 1, 2023
Chris Farley's college buddy Pat Finn recalls the time he challenged Farley to use beer as a prop in Speech Class. Stories like this perfectly illustrate how comedically brilliant Farley really was. pic.twitter.com/r6X999GmEe— Todd Spence (@Todd_Spence) September 12, 2023
How Ferrari has evolved over the years. pic.twitter.com/v4QAtRlY1S— Fascinating (@fasc1nate) September 3, 2023
Print this, stick it on your fridge, practice while you’re just slummin’ till the microwave beeps https://t.co/rwVeIhSe3r— ndweiss (ND). A Jezebel. A Very Good Girl. (@11tulips) September 5, 2023
The Kagu, an almost extinct bird, meets its own kind..— Buitengebieden (@buitengebieden) September 2, 2023
Sound on pic.twitter.com/JtU4hVneBH
Excellent Canadian history!
Midjourney presents historic sneaker collections:— Ethan Mollick (@emollick) March 16, 2023
Emily Carr was one of Canada's greatest painters.— Craig Baird - Canadian History Ehx (@CraigBaird) August 24, 2023
An unofficial member of The Group of Seven, her work often portrayed Indigenous Peoples villages & the Pacific Coast landscape.
I asked AI to generate a Canadian flag as if it was designed by Emily Carr. pic.twitter.com/L7yvm9liCA
Did you know that cities in Canada have their own flags?— Craig Baird - Canadian History Ehx (@CraigBaird) July 29, 2023
Here are the flag of the major cities of Canada!
This flag was adopted in 1966 and features the city's coat of arms on a light blue background, which represents the ocean.
Daphne Odjig (1919 - 2016)— Craig Baird - Canadian History Ehx (@CraigBaird) July 2, 2023
She was seen as the founder and driving force of the group. Her work was in the Woodlands and pictograph style. She had 30 solo exhibitions & 50 group exhibitions in her career. Her work has been displayed in the National Gallery of Canada.
Jackson Beardy (1944 - 1984)— Craig Baird - Canadian History Ehx (@CraigBaird) July 2, 2023
The work of Jackson focused on the Ojibwe and Cree oral history, with a focus on the relationship between humans and nature. A member of the Woodland School of Art, his work has been showcased across Canada.
Norval Morrisseau (1932 - 2007)— Craig Baird - Canadian History Ehx (@CraigBaird) July 2, 2023
Also known as Copper Thunderbird, he is called the grandfather of contemporary Indigenous art in Canada. His art depicted the legends of his people, and the political & cultural tensions between the Indigenous & Europeans traditions.
Joseph Sanchez (1948 - Present)— Craig Baird - Canadian History Ehx (@CraigBaird) July 2, 2023
His work often focuses on a feminist point of view. He was mentored by Daphne Odjig. He continues to paint out of his studio, located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
My first official exhibit. My heart is full from the response so far. Miigwetch ❤️ pic.twitter.com/njAfSGtirZ— Blake Angeconeb (@blakeangeconeb) July 18, 2023