“The account, which is run by Claude Taylor and his fiance, Jessie Bahrey, became an early pandemic diversion, like sourdough bread, Netflix watch parties and newly adopted puppies. Pundits were suddenly appearing on the cable news channels not from remote studios but on Zoom or Skype from bedrooms, living rooms and makeshift offices. Taylor and Bahrey rate their home setups, docking points for things like visible cords or a poorly angled screen and awarded them for well-organized bookcases or stylish art.” WaPo: Room Rater was a beloved pandemic distraction. But the backlash has arrived, courtesy of Jeb Bush. (Room Rater is great and backlash on the internet is like fuel on a fire.)