Mary Branscombe (marypcb) wrote,
Mary Branscombe

My tweets

  • Wed, 13:15: @Anderson it's always great when someone like the architect answers directly; appreciated it on my recent blog about HealthVault
  • Wed, 14:39: RT @sickipediabot: What do we want? TIME TRAVEL! When do we want it? THAT'S IRRELEVANT!
  • Wed, 14:43: really hope Mango either lets me dial a number from OneNote directly or copy/paste it into dialler; can't find way to do this on #wp7 today
  • Wed, 15:45: that Whole Foods resignation; the Internet makes is easy to be a worldwise douchebag, but like tabloid journalism only works if we read. hmm
  • Wed, 15:57: In depth on @techradar View and edit RAW images in Explorer and Photo Gallery - working with the new Windows RAW support
  • Wed, 16:05: would work in IE9/10 despite being designed for Chrome? Either no, or Google is blocking non Chrome browsers
  • Wed, 17:37: RT @Lessien That's because Microsoft's customers are substantially OEMs. I view the stores as an admission that PC OEM marketing has failed.
  • Wed, 17:38: RT @migueldeicaza: I like @davewiner idea: let the republicans recruit Obama for 2012, and the dems can nominate a progressive candidate
  • Wed, 17:48: OK, can anyone with more HTML/JS expertise than me explain how detects that #ie10 is not Chrome even when I change UA?
  • Wed, 17:53: State of the Pebbles; jaw, tooth, toe broken, wire installed, gooshy food mandated
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    Fri, 14:15: RT @ Direthoughts: Consequences news! - No further action by govt against Philip Hammond for his "unwise" lobbying of Treasury on…

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    Thu, 14:25: Three-day wait for UK Statutory Sick Pay to return next year - because the COVID rules will expire (or will they?)…

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    Tue, 15:51: wow, GoDaddy letter to affected customers really does feel like doing the absolute bare minimum to deal with the huge security…

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