First time using the butter dish. http://t.co/57tmZWcq
@danielmackey Please tell me there's a hot tub in that truck bed.
A naked fan takes the field at Busch Stadium. Looking forward to Field Stormers' coverage. http://t.co/7ZxMNspq
Watch out, it's windy out there. http://t.co/wtggWUML
@toastcowboy Damn, I though I was special. Let's maximize our profits on the enterprise app market!
Gave my last two-dollar bill to a one-legged man.
@sifterapp Wow! You are setting a dangerous precedent for yourself with that kind of responsiveness.
Geez, who unleashed the tech recruiters? About to set a record for most unsolicited job opportunities in a single day.
@sifterapp Glad to hear it's on your radar, and very much looking forward to it.
Hate to say anything negative about @sifterapp, but the fact that it destroys markup in Descriptions without warning is really unfortunate.
This morning, I received a LinkedIn message from a man named James Holm, who identified himself as a corporate recruiter with Weyland Industries. Weyland is the corporation that funded the the Prometheus project in the upcoming Ridley Scott movie of the same name.
I was really hoping this was the beginning of another massive Alternate Reality Game in the style of The Beast. Sadly, however, both links lead to standard promotional sites which ultimately dump you into a Facebook fan page.
RT @andyrutledge: 1) It's interesting and disappointing to see how so many designers equate the absence of graphics and lines with an ab ...
@clagnut Disappointed with Joyent here too. I've just finished moving all my personal sites from two Joyent servers to a Linode.
Can't believe no one's sued Beddar Cheddar's out of existence after being sprayed with scalding hot cheese.
Instantly subscribed: Field Stormers – A Running RSS Feed of Baseball Streakers. http://t.co/JcEKWvVw
Please for the love of God yes! http://t.co/zeWYoCXl
What's the difference between a Web app & Web site? App has an API. Site has an RSS feed.
Warren Buffett on IPOs http://t.co/Hv2Sj5wL
Kids these days. http://t.co/RudkK3zr
Mother's Day brunch at Hub 51
@TravisBSmith The Gap at North & Sheffield. She snuck under the door to try on clothes with Jaclyn.
Shopping with Lucy http://t.co/7z9hzWjq
"…put together some PowerPoint presentations that use the words 'social' and 'cloud.' Is that too much to ask?" http://t.co/w5Ry5pDa
@catrainbow Or in my case, ", Missouri"
That thing where Mayor Tommy Carcetti is presented with a series of beautiful silver bowls.
This is still one of my favorite quotes about software. It’s something we internalized heavily when building Stack Overflow. Getting the details right is the difference between something that delights, and something customers tolerate.
Your software, your product, is nothing more than a collection of tiny details. If you don’t obsess over all those details, if you think it’s OK to concentrate on the “important” parts and continue to ignore the other umpteen dozen tiny little ways your product annoys the people who use it on a daily basis – you’re not creating great software.
@jyesko My wife used this yesterday for the first time and was raving about it. Nice work.
Finally saw “Being Elmo”, about the man behind the muppet. Inspiring, sad, funny, and highly recommended. http://t.co/uRcvtDlH
Sure, the Beastie Boys suffered a great loss this week, but don't forget about Triphammer. http://t.co/4c62c31m