RS: In addition to your writing for Business Insider and Everybody Snacks, you're also a prolific cyclist. What's the cycling community like in New York?
SF: So there's a group of 1,000 or so people in New York whose idea of fun is getting up at 4am, racing bikes between 5:30 and 8am in Central Park, then eating breakfast and considering spending another 3-4 more hours on their bike. These are my people. They taught me that it's totally fine to be weird, as long as you aren't a jerk.
You've sent over 27,000 tweets since joining Twitter in 2008. Do you have a favorite? I thought maybe the pinned one, but I didn't know if that was the all-time favorite or just a recent one.
I think the reason I like twitter is because it's seems so ephemeral. I barely remember what I tweeted yesterday, let alone six months ago. I don't really have a filter. I just tweet whatever comes into my mind that seems interesting. I'm much more proud of the friendships I've started and maintained through twitter than any of the tweets themselves.
What can people expect from your reading on Saturday?
It will include a rather explicit selection from my favorite romance novel.