That awkward moment when a Tumblr staffer follows you on Twitter, so you follow back, then realize while you were doing that they unfollowed you, which means they only accidentally followed you in the first place.
Whenever Tumblr makes a change and everyone invariably complains, I’ve always supported David Karp and his team. Tumblr changed my life in many wonderful ways and, for that, I trusted their vision.
However, I simply can’t get behind the firing of Tumblr's editorial staff — a group of people who captured the best parts of the community and were re-inventing online journalism with Storyboard.
I admit I don’t know what went on at Tumblr HQ (I’m just going to assume somebody slept with somebody they shouldn’t have… damn writers!), but exorcising the best and most public-facing facet of your service seems like a terrible move and a huge loss to online media.