@symbolset Great! Got big plans for it…
@symbolset Ordered yesterday but haven't received anything (Inbox or Junk).
@mneirick Yum! What time should we be there?
Facebook now builds iOS apps using Objective-C. Twitter now returns HTML when you visit a page. I wonder what new innovations wait ahead!
So I guess it's 100° outside, or as we would say in St. Louis, it's Thursday.
@shayhowe I’m interested. brian at briandrum dot net
Looking forward to the unintended consequences.
“This is how you do a Superman movie…” http://t.co/1SZT0Uu6
The standard American way to heat water is to take a pot of water out to our pickup truck, open the hood (what the Brits call a “spanner”), and lock the pot onto the engine block using a set of latches readily available at any Wal-Mart. Then we drive around at high speed, reciting the Gospels and firing our shotguns out the window. After reading the Gospel of John for three minutes and sixteen seconds, the water is ready. I hope this puts to rest any confusion.
Twisted Spoke has the best restaurant website I’ve seen in a while: http://t.co/oGh0YiBV
@dankim Preferences > Previews > Share previews with iLife and iWork: Always?
Eating some delicious chocolate cake that has been cleverly disguised as a donut. From @GoGlazed
Is “I’m not on Facebook” the new “I don’t own a television?”
Peace Park http://t.co/Je2pcg4a
RT @Chi_Humanities: In reference to Ray Bradbury, a new HTTP code “451″ is proposed whenever a website is blocked by the government: htt ...
RT @andyrutledge: Hire married people. They know commitment & have a life. Unless you want to monopolize them; in which case hire no ...
@TravisBSmith Great choice. I have an early rough mix of it called When I Met You that makes an interesting companion.
LinkedIn needs a companion site to list people you should never under any circumstances hire. LockedOut, perhaps?
Outlook:mac 2011 is enforcing some kind of micro-Pomodoro Technique by pinwheeling for 5 seconds every 25 seconds. #itsnotabugitsafeature
RT @markab: I can't state this enough: Programmers don't burn out on hard work, they burn out on change-with-the-wind directives and not ...
@toastcowboy Makes you wonder what those people could accomplish if they worked as hard at, you know, working.
Baby Big Head http://t.co/jtLDDmW3
@scottjehl candidly all these JS scripts changing browser behavior vs. page behavior always leave me uneasy.
@danielmackey Leaving now. Gotta drive thought - any parking recommendations?
Some people might say it's the howl of a lone wolf, but I think the saddest sound is the gloat of an Android user.
Garbage in, garbage out. http://t.co/ZgNanr57