March 7th, 2013

full steam ahead

My tweets

  • Wed, 17:07: definition of aplomb; when you handle the cat throwing up on your office chair during a conference call without other participants noticing
  • Wed, 17:31: Has anyone done a vulnerability analysis of the ASK toolbar? Is it in fact more secure than the versions of java that foist it onto people?
  • Wed, 17:35: RT @sgalineau: Tweets are 140 characters long because it's just long enough to start arguments but far too short to finish them
  • Wed, 17:47: RT @appcompatguy: A surprisingly large percent of the folks at my App Compat for Nerds session were curious about Windows 8 upgrades fro ...
  • Wed, 18:32: RT @sbisson: Running Surface Pro in Power Saver with WiFi off at #qconlondon. After nearly a morning of note taking, it's reporting 9 ho ...
  • Wed, 18:33: RT @ianbetteridge: You know, you can't really say that The Kernel didn't warn people that Milo didn't think content was worth paying for ...
  • Wed, 18:45: RT @edbott: @getwired Ah the joys of context-sensitive ads. Oracle paid for some Java ads on my "Stop using Java because it's horrible" ...
  • Wed, 20:49: slightly self-indulgent agonising over digital content business model w' sums for why publications want free content http://t.co/4XTzYmAFeG
  • Wed, 22:31: RT @shadowcat_mst: Ambiguous statement of the day: "This code appears to have been generated by a tool."
  • Wed, 23:56: RT @MichaelKolowich: IDC: By 2016, 80% of new IT investments will directly involve line-of-business execs. Half of cases, exec will lead ...
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