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    [–] What happened to Tell Me Something I Don't Know? able2sv 3 points ago in Freakonomics

    Didn’t get cancelled, was just at a taping a few weeks ago!

    [–] New York/Statue of Liberty - Retro poster design with real review able2sv 3 points ago in design_critiques

    What the others said about switching the dots is true. I think it needs to be stars.

    I would also consider looking at some Film Posters and how they handle similar posters with a large image and headline. There’s something weird going on with the hierarchy between the statue and the headline, which might be better if treated more like a caption? Not sure if that makes sense but I’d experiment more with the relationship between the two.

    Aside from that, I’d remove the gradient as it’s a very different look than the flat colors.

    Great idea though and very well executed.

    [–] Turning an instagram profile into a spreadsheet able2sv 2 points ago in learnprogramming

    Mapping (that was the word I couldn’t think of) the photos to the data is why I figured starting from scratch might be better. Thanks for the clarification!

    [–] Turning an instagram profile into a spreadsheet able2sv 2 points ago in learnprogramming

    Instagram actually has a function to “download” a profile and they email you a zip file with the images and some profile data in JSON format, but I don’t believe it includes the data I wanted (date, comments, etc). I couldn’t really decipher what was in that folder well, is it possible that it’s easier to begin with this zip file instead of beginning with the profile url?

    [–] Happy Birthday Lorne Michaels able2sv 13 points ago in LiveFromNewYork

    Happy birthday Cody’s mom!

    [–] I’m a 21 year old guy living in New York City with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a neuromuscular disease that affects all muscles. AMA able2sv 3 points ago in AMA

    Growing up I was pretty naive and unaware of exactly how different I was, until probably late middle school/early high school.

    Those years were definitely the toughest, and the last couple months of high school I really turned it around and embraced it. I’ll never forget having the time of my life at prom and thinking, “Damn, I really could’ve been doing this all 4 years of high school”. Once college started I really took advantage of the opportunity to have a fresh start and create a better version of myself, and I did.

    I’d recommend to your brother that he try to do the same. Talk to him about his strengths, the things that make him a good friend, and the people he wishes he were more like. Chances are, the people he looks up to are not cool because they’re able-bodied, they’re cool because they’re good people. If he feels like he’s at his best self, making friends and finding some little things to be happy about will come much more easily.

    [–] I’m a 21 year old guy living in New York City with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a neuromuscular disease that affects all muscles. AMA able2sv 2 points ago in AMA

    Straight up 2%, although I do drink a Chocolate Carnation’s Breakfast Essentials™ almost every day. Carnations if you’re reading this hmu plz and thank you

    [–] I’m a 21 year old guy living in New York City with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a neuromuscular disease that affects all muscles. AMA able2sv 3 points ago in AMA

    Don’t get your hopes up. They have a tough schedule remaining, and I find it hard to believe they’ll finish better than 8-8. I think both the Eagles and Redskins are good bets for 9 or maybe even 10 wins, so barring a huge resurgence and winning streak I don’t foresee it happening.

    [–] I’m a 21 year old guy living in New York City with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a neuromuscular disease that affects all muscles. AMA able2sv 1 points ago in AMA

    I’ve definitely noticed the lacking areas of accessibility as I’ve grown up, but I’m not too active in NYC Accessibility Advocacy. I’d like to be, but it’s just one of those things that I haven’t really spent any time and energy on yet.

    I’m not sure where the intersect will be, but I’m slowly moving my creative projects closer to my disability experience and I think that overlap could eventually work as advocacy, I’m just not quite sure how yet.

    [–] I’m a 21 year old guy living in New York City with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a neuromuscular disease that affects all muscles. AMA able2sv 2 points ago in AMA

    I do actually. Video games and drawing are probably the most fatiguing activities that I can still do, but it certainly takes a little fun out of it. I like to drink coffee before I game as that little caffeine energy boost gives me that slight edge in reflexes and speed, and it makes things more competitive and fun.

    [–] I’m a 21 year old guy living in New York City with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a neuromuscular disease that affects all muscles. AMA able2sv 3 points ago in AMA

    I love dogs, and I actually have a service dog. He is a brilliant Black Lab named Titan, and he’s almost 10 years old.

    Unfortunately the care I need is generally more of an aide/nurse, and since it would be quite a lot of responsibility and work to care for Titan at my apartment, we decided it was best he stayed back home in Long Island. He has a better life there too, lots of space to run (I live in a small studio apt here) and his doggo friend, our mini schnauzer, is there to hang out with him.

    That being said, he was a great help when I was living home and is such a smart dude. I’m very excited to see him on thanksgiving :)

    [–] I’m a 21 year old guy living in New York City with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a neuromuscular disease that affects all muscles. AMA able2sv 1 points ago in AMA

    Yea, it’s a scary disease and can go south really quickly. Really fortunate for that little strength I still do have and for how functional it allows me to be.