Ars Technic’s “bad habits” list of quotes for the year 2018
It’s not often that you see quotes from a prominent tech writer, but that’s what’s been happening over the past year.
A handful of writers have made a habit of making the habit of using the same quote over and over again.
So, what’s the best quote to read from a writer every day?
I decided to look into the quote-making habits of several prominent tech writers, including one named Matt Yglesias.
In this article, we’ll examine the best quotes from Ygleias’ career, and we’ll compare his habit to that of other prominent tech journalists.
Matt Ygslesias’ habit of quoting quotes I have an ongoing habit of going through a list of popular tech quotes, and I use these quotes to summarize the thoughts of the people I write about, and the ideas that have influenced me.
This habit of citing quotes was also highlighted by the tweet from YgselsBlog, who made the habit a part of his daily life in the year following the release of the Apple Watch.
Matt posted a list on Twitter that included a bunch of quotes, from a variety of people.
Most of the quotes were quotes from tech-related publications, like TechCrunch and The Verge, and a few were quotes in YgelsBlog’s own blog posts, such as a story about the future of social networking and the future health benefits of the app-driven virtual assistant Cortana.
Some of the more popular quotes included “I’ve never been a big fan of people being too picky,” “I prefer a small company to a large company,” and “There is nothing worse than being told you’re wrong.”
The top five quotes from the list were: The Five Best Apple Watch Jobs: “I think the Apple watch is a wonderful innovation and I think it will revolutionize the way we think about time.”
“The Apple watch gives me a lot of power.”
“I’m convinced the iPhone is a brilliant product that will revolutionise the way people interact with technology.”
“When I first heard about the Apple iPhone, I thought, ‘I’ll never buy another iPhone.'”
“Apple’s iPhone will change the world.”
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“Apple has been trying to market a very expensive, limited product for decades.”
“This is one of the most expensive iPhones ever made.”
“iPhone is an ugly, ugly product.”
Matt’s habit of picking quotes from articles The quote-mining habit of Matt Ygmelsias was one of several habits that I noticed in his Twitter stream, as well as on his blog, and it’s not surprising that he picked some of the best ones.
The top ten quotes that he cited most often were: “Apple will revolutionized the way our lives are lived.”
“Cortana is going to be great.”
“It’s amazing that someone has finally figured out how to make a smartphone without a touchscreen.”
“How Apple is changing the way humans interact with the internet.”
“For years, I have been writing about the internet, but I can’t stop thinking about the iPhone.
I am a bit obsessed with it.”
“Why can’t I have a good day?”
“The iPhone will revolutionizing the way things are done online.”
The best quotes Matt has cited on Twitter The list of his favorite quotes is fairly large, but there are a few things to keep in mind when reading them.
First, the list is curated by Matt, and that’s no accident.
It’s his way of keeping a list up to date, so he chooses quotes from popular tech publications and tech-focused blogs.
Second, Matt is only going to cite the quotes from reputable sources, and so there are some quotes that have been cited by other writers, like this article from The Verge: The iPhone 8 is one thing.
It will change how people interact and interact with tech.
But the iPhone’s ability to do so will ultimately depend on the way the industry develops, and how consumers choose to use the hardware.
It could be that people buy iPhones for the apps and features they already use, or it could be because Apple’s products will soon be integrated into the wider web, or that the hardware itself will be used by the next generation of connected devices.
For now, though, the iPhone 8 will have a huge advantage over any other smartwatch.
“I am not a fan of ‘smartwatches’ in general,” Yglenias wrote in his tweet.
“The idea of a smartwatch is one I have not heard of.
I do not think a smart watch will ever replace the smartphone.
But as long as people are using the phones as their primary computing device, they’ll be using the iPhone as their default device.
It is this fact that makes smartwatches an absolute must-have.”
Matt Ygglesias is a longtime tech