Early this morning, virtual work space Slack crashed and has not been revived since. As many companies, including CMN, rely on Slack to conduct all of their internal communications, the digital work world is burning. Here are some of the best takes on Twitter:
Slack is down, so journalists can focus on their main job: tweeting.
— Jay Yarow (@jyarow) June 27, 2018
— Mashable (@mashable) June 27, 2018
Slack is down so I can’t share memes with my friends so have resorted to printing them out and leaving them on their desks. pic.twitter.com/xhg92anReH
— Dave Jewitt (@IrregularDave) June 27, 2018
When Slack is out and you’re working from home. pic.twitter.com/ZEcg9uasPZ
— Caitlin PenzeyMoog (@PenzeyMoog) June 27, 2018
breaking: as Slack outage continues, thousands of workers are forced to actually speak to others in the office
— Keaton Fox (@keatonfox) June 27, 2018
Cannot believe the Supreme Court struck down Slack.
— Matthew Yglesias (@mattyglesias) June 27, 2018
When #Slack is down the whole tech world descends into chaos. We are lost. Directionless. Will we ever see the light again?! What is this archaic thing the Elders call “e-mail?”
— Jessica Powell (@bardicbabble) June 27, 2018
The three stages of Slack being down. pic.twitter.com/pVmvZspaQH
— PGP (@PostGradProblem) June 27, 2018
#Slack is down. There’s always Morse code
… . -. -.. / …. . .-.. .–.
— Futurism (@futurism) June 27, 2018
Slack. A decrease in activity, as in business or work.
— Dictionary.com (@Dictionarycom) June 27, 2018
We’re praying that it comes back up soon!
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