I’m In Twitter Jail

I want to begin this by saying I’m just an idiot. No other way to spin it. This Saturday I was having a regular COVID weekend – hanging out by myself and getting ready to watch a movie. Before I started though, I was scrolling through my twitter account (@jacklesser_) and noticed that my birthdayContinue reading “I’m In Twitter Jail”

Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 9

Happy Friday friends! What a past few weeks it has been. Not only have I officially completed my virtual summer internship but I also booked my flight to get back to Bloomington and move in for my senior year of college. Things are moving fast that’s for sure. But I’m happy about that because youContinue reading “Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 9”

Why Are We Down Playing The Twitter Hack?

I mentioned on my Thoughts Into The Weekend post last Friday the Twitter hack and what its initial impact felt like as all the verified users got locked out of using their accounts for about an hour on Wednesday. While Twitter scrambled to figure out what was going on within their walls, they had toContinue reading “Why Are We Down Playing The Twitter Hack?”

Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 8

Happy Friday! It’s crazy how slow the days go but how fast the weeks are. As we all know time is relative so there is definitely some of that going on but overall it’s just the fact that we are in the absolute dog days of summer even though we don’t realize it. The newsContinue reading “Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 8”

I Want To Introduce Jaylen Brown To ThoughtLess Magazine

Jaylen Brown is 23 years old. And he is an absolute stud. The 4 year pro is a guard for the Boston Celtics and has been a ton of fun to watch, and seeing him improve every season has been really impressive. One of the things I truly like about the NBA is how itContinue reading “I Want To Introduce Jaylen Brown To ThoughtLess Magazine”

What Section 230 And The President’s Executive Order Could Mean for Social Media

Everyone in America enjoys the liberty of Freedom of Speech. I was thinking what if you had to pay someone every time you opened your mouth to say words? Like legitimately had to pay for speech. Would rates be calculated like an Uber charge? That would get quite confusing and could be another topic forContinue reading “What Section 230 And The President’s Executive Order Could Mean for Social Media”