via Twitter – December 22, 2009 13:39 CET
Die Eröffnung eines gigantischen Karadag Supermarkets am Eigelstein geht unbemerkt an @ksta_news vorbei? Ok.
via Twitter – December 20, 2009 17:53 CET
In TextEdit, add 2 slashes after colon in Mail's URL string to open corresponding emails. Via Daring Fireball, http://bit.ly/80CL2A
via Twitter – December 17, 2009 11:53 CET
Water leaks. Walls are being opened. Concrete crumbles, and my life is short. 35 years is my target. Any older age is propaganda.
via Twitter – December 15, 2009 21:04 CET
I'm offering 20% off anything you wish for. Am I good enough for you now? #retailPanic
via Twitter – December 14, 2009 19:29 CET
The Italian coffee machine expert agreed: Iranians and Turks in a German city display different living patterns.
via Twitter – December 14, 2009 14:09 CET
Internetmarke der Deutschen Post: gekündigt. Die Welt wird nicht besser wenn ich diesen Schrott nutze. I'm NOT CALM AT THE CENTER.
via Twitter – December 14, 2009 13:25 CET
via Twitter – December 14, 2009 10:35 CET
The puddles have frozen overnight. I haven't sat at a fireplace for years. Are the flickering lights all gone from the city?
via Twitter – December 12, 2009 12:37 CET
"We will not eradicate violent conflict in our lifetimes" says Obama http://bit.ly/5r4rYJ, while I'm on my knees scrubbing the kitchen floor
via Twitter – December 11, 2009 19:07 CET
Here's to good milk: http://bit.ly/8vC7fz, and to the envious haters of perfectionists I say: keep doing what makes sense "economically".
via Twitter – December 09, 2009 15:37 CET
Das Finanzamt Köln nimmt kein Bargeld an. Der Staat akzeptiert seine eigene Währung nicht? Ok.
via Twitter – December 07, 2009 18:18 CET
Je schlechter die Manieren, desto besser läuft das Geschäft.
via Twitter – December 07, 2009 13:47 CET
@Sean_Duan I have been using liquid. Ugh. I might try soapnuts. That's new to me.
via Twitter – December 07, 2009 13:45 CET
#leaderFigures Gab es in der Geschichte der Uni Köln einen Rektor der auf dem Albertus-Magnus-Platz spontan eine Rede gehalten halt?
via Twitter – December 06, 2009 22:41 CET
@alsonee Virtuelle Glühbirne (http://bit.ly/6Ofywm) - wie schön, wobei: Leuchtstofflampen ab 4000 Kelvin sind real meine Wahl.
via Twitter – December 06, 2009 16:01 CET
Today I learned: use soap nuts (waschnuss.com) or powder detergents to wash laundry. Stop using liquid detergents. http://bit.ly/7pkigv
via Twitter – December 06, 2009 11:55 CET
Das Bett! http://bit.ly/6CIxJ5 #wishlist
via Twitter – December 06, 2009 11:28 CET
Does it matter what is of true or good quality? History shows that only one thing matters: what we want to believe in. #climategate
via Twitter – December 01, 2009 22:56 CET
"The LinkedIn Profile is really the resume of the future". I strongly disagree. There is no need to play sheep to build the future.
via Twitter – December 01, 2009 22:52 CET
Still thinking about a way to persuade local social psychologists to bulk-buy http://tinyurl.com/wffbook and get my copy that way.
via Twitter – December 01, 2009 21:36 CET
While eating my spinach with garlic, I imagine bathroom tiles with colors I can control from my computer.
via Twitter – November 26, 2009 21:26 CET
A CV is a tool to preselect an employer, not a tool to appeal to anyone. At least mine is. Those who get it, can get my foot in their door.
via Twitter – November 25, 2009 23:45 CET
Deutschland: Reduktion des Anteils der Arbeitnehmer an den Erwerbstätigen auf 70% bis 2011. Wer macht mit?
via Twitter – November 25, 2009 16:17 CET
@liberalextrem Unglaubwürdig: wer protestiert, aber trotzdem zahlt und zur Uni geht. Besser: Exmatrikulieren lassen = Uni ohne Studenten.
via Twitter – November 23, 2009 16:54 CET
@liberalextrem #bildungsProtest (1) Teilzeitstudium sollte Standard sein (2) es sollte nur noch Kurse, und keine Curricula geben.
via Twitter – November 22, 2009 16:09 CET
@liberalextrem #bildungsprotest Eine Uni ohne Studenten könnte was bewegen. Deutsche Unis sind mutlose me-too Produkte.
via Twitter – November 21, 2009 20:54 CET
An der roten Ampel: Warum stellen sich Fußgänger immer direkt an die Bordsteinkante, mit Schals und Tüten im Fahrtwind der Autos?
via Twitter – November 20, 2009 13:40 CET
I'm shedding superfluousities, and so are the trees. Yet, this day feels like a day in spring.
via Twitter – November 19, 2009 12:35 CET
Ein glaubwürdiger #Protest ist das Selbststudium und der Verzicht auf das "offizielle" Studium. #bildungsprotest
via Twitter – November 18, 2009 21:35 CET
As a byproduct of home improvements, I have compiled a neat list of all the imperfections in product designs.
via Twitter – November 18, 2009 15:42 CET
Reduced the amount of cables touching my floor by about 80%. Decoration idea: clip fake flowers and leafs onto the cables.
via Twitter – November 13, 2009 20:13 CET
I own 5 forks; all different designs. If they were not, I would have kept 3. Minimalism does not equate to the minimum.
via Twitter – November 13, 2009 19:36 CET
Switched to warm breakfasts. I don't mind the yolk.
via Twitter – November 13, 2009 19:24 CET
I'm tired of reading the word "easy". Can I have a genuinely complex product please?
via Twitter – November 05, 2009 12:04 CET
What happened to www.officeformac.com/blog/?
via Twitter – November 03, 2009 22:58 CET
18 months ago I fell against a mountain. I expect ensuing seismic activity within the next 3 months.
via Twitter – November 02, 2009 20:00 CET
This gives hope - and shope: http://www.containgallery.com/. Anything that puts the individual first, has my attention.
via Twitter – November 02, 2009 19:21 CET
I'm retweeting this before even opening the link! Ok I lied. But I could have... RT @newsycombinator How to Drop Out http://bit.ly/48evFK
via Twitter – November 02, 2009 19:10 CET
Stoßlüften, Hände waschen, Stoßlüften, hatschi, Hände aschen, weight liften, Stoßkiffen ... hatschi lüften, Füße waschen #swineflu
via Twitter – November 01, 2009 11:55 CET
November sets off with fresh air in my face, the sound of bells, jaws crushing rings of fruit cereal, and a predatory glance at my tasks.
via Twitter – October 24, 2009 15:06 CET
Just a thought: as long as universities tie courses to specific curricula, they obstruct individuals from being individuals.
via Twitter – October 21, 2009 21:37 CET
Um, and if you press the big blue button just a little bit harder, will the news come out faster? http://managingnews.com/ via @incanus77
via Twitter – October 21, 2009 20:57 CET
Hey darling. Do I look retweetable tonight? Rebuttable? Oh come on, can't we put aside our own words Jesus! And use those of our brothers?
via Twitter – October 21, 2009 20:48 CET
I would happily eat a stinkin' muffin off your hardworking hands! Over the counter. Why do you package it? Hygiene? I didn't ask for that!
via Twitter – October 21, 2009 20:27 CET
I want local food, unpackaged! I'll bring my own, stupid! Nutrition facts? Keep them. I want a bazaar, and a messy one!
via Twitter – October 21, 2009 20:19 CET
Bought packaged food, unpackaged it, threw away packaging, then repacked the food to store it. Normal insanity. What's "slow food"?
via Twitter – October 16, 2009 23:17 CET
First-page matter: My Tenderness stickers (inspired by a Diana Ross song). See http://bit.ly/f8hmE
via Twitter – October 15, 2009 18:00 CET
Asia is presently located in Berlin, and seen through the eyes of @ye_apwberlin.
via Twitter – October 15, 2009 17:55 CET
Heavy machinery is being erected nearby, probably serving a monumental purpose. Ayn Rand would pop her limbs in rhythmic unison?
via Twitter – October 15, 2009 14:34 CET
@having @jazzapple and thinking: it makes sense to append TM to variety brand "Jazz". "Black Sensation" avocados play in a different band.
via Twitter – October 15, 2009 13:13 CET
#inMyDreams lately (remembered because of late, and shallow sleep), I jump balconies, move in slow-mo n stuff, with self-deprecating effect.
via Twitter – October 15, 2009 12:55 CET
In my accounting I distinguish expenses for 'good health' (running shoes) from expenses against 'bad health' (insurance, medicine).
via Twitter – October 14, 2009 17:22 CET
Putting back on my comfy Van Heusen vanopress shirt (417 collection, Beef'n Brawn), which I found 10+ years ago in a no-name vintage store.
via Twitter – October 14, 2009 17:05 CET
Standing with my back bared to the sun, soaking Vitamin D. Holding a Camembert sandwich in one hand, and my time in the other.
via Twitter – October 05, 2009 14:17 CET
When one of my ideas arrives with the mail, I need to have soothing tea quickly. I mean how much more encouragement can I stand?
via Twitter – October 01, 2009 14:27 CET
As of 14:20 I'm no longer looking after my bookkeeping. My bookkeeping is now looking after me.
via Twitter – September 30, 2009 18:44 CET
RT @alsonee: I wrote on ROGER LiVE about: Fuel your trash http://bit.ly/uNaBz
via Twitter – September 30, 2009 18:33 CET
RT @Cabine: You can still order your own Cabine design for your iPod, it's been very popular and still available here : http://bit.ly/3hneu
via Twitter – September 20, 2009 19:49 CET
Noch 3 vernachlässigte Ordner. 100 Trennblätter sollten reichen. Ich spüre den Organisationsdruck der vom Papier ausgeht.
via Twitter – September 20, 2009 19:24 CET
It is beyond me why grasshoppers are not a trending topic. http://bit.ly/1Bp4vN
via Twitter – September 15, 2009 13:50 CET
RT @Dr_MiaRose: What you are fighting about, is hardly ever what you are fighting for.
via Twitter – September 14, 2009 15:44 CET
RT @shflsm: I'm going to ship some Shufflesome stickers in about 2 hours. I'd be happy to ship some more.
via Twitter – September 09, 2009 21:16 CET
In German, Ein Rand means: an edge or fringe. In Mindseizing, Ayn Rand (similar phonetics) means: #tcot altar on stolen Reardon rails.
via Twitter – September 09, 2009 20:22 CET
My bank kindly explained in a letter how they calculate interest. Why banks neglect to do that freely, I don't know.
via Twitter – September 08, 2009 22:37 CET
"The best stuff is always personal." - Jonathan Harris
via Twitter – September 07, 2009 20:55 CET
Slipping into my feel-food socks to do some hard thinking. Pondering makes perfect.
via Twitter – September 07, 2009 20:33 CET
Realized I was sitting next to @tillkruess today (whose Pepper I use), only after looking at file path ../tkruess/.. on screen.
via Twitter – September 04, 2009 20:41 CET
Excel: Revised VBA procedure to return and organize named ranges. That's godda help! Ay! Dinner now. http://flic.kr/p/6VuaAe
via Twitter – September 04, 2009 14:42 CET
follow me if you have heard this song before. ♫ http://blip.fm/~ctoym
via Twitter – September 04, 2009 14:03 CET
The problem with my lunch break is that I want to beat the floor and eat at the same time.
via Twitter – September 03, 2009 11:05 CET
Living close to the railroad, I get to witness the type of honk you thought didnt' exist anymore. The manned lunar mission type of honk.
via Twitter – September 02, 2009 20:37 CET
Dolphins die before we eat them: http://bit.ly/nyk0Z #petition
via Twitter – September 02, 2009 20:19 CET
In hindsight, #Jujitsu has worked for me. Once the other party feels stronger, I can surprise. In foresight, I still use love and Kleenex.
via Twitter – September 02, 2009 19:46 CET
Evolutionary speaking, I miss my tail. In which epoch did we loose it? I would so get the hang of it.
via Twitter – August 28, 2009 19:08 CET
My right arm looks as though I moved the house. I only moved the stuff in the house into a another house. Btw, wardrobes are overrated.
via Twitter – August 25, 2009 20:49 CET
Outside, a hint of violet in the moist air of the evening. Everything stood still for a moment - gone too soon.
via Twitter – August 21, 2009 15:17 CET
Does Paulo Coelho confuse cause and effect? http://bit.ly/qnjGd (via @iA). FREE is not the cause of wealth, but the effect of something.
via Twitter – August 21, 2009 13:50 CET
Alexander Marcus erstmals gehört und gesehen. So offenherzig, pur und volksnah der Mann ;) http://bit.ly/N0n9E (via @o)
via Twitter – August 21, 2009 12:12 CET
Noch 12 Tage: Petition betrifft gründungswillige ALG-II-Empfänger, und soll Gründung vereinfachen. http://bit.ly/LwZDx
via Twitter – August 20, 2009 20:33 CET
This is better than Hollywood. Leaves and children swirling around. You can hear the sound of rain, but there is none.
via Twitter – August 20, 2009 20:26 CET
The moment we have been waiting for: Wind and rain and bare chests on balconies.
via Twitter – August 18, 2009 19:50 CET
Ein Paraglider fliegt gerade überm Stadtgarten Richtung Aachener Str.. Das Flugzeug zieht davon.
via Twitter – August 18, 2009 19:20 CET
RT @newsycombinator: Signs not to Work for a Software Company or Startup http://bit.ly/m0bpR *8. Firm should encourage siestas.
via Twitter – August 18, 2009 11:28 CET
Support through computerized forms and phones. Inefficient, unfriendly, costly, unintelligent. Is that what UX experts learn in school?
via Twitter – August 18, 2009 00:52 CET
Destiny is the stupid line drawn on paper, glistening under a man-made full spectrum light bulb.
via Twitter – August 18, 2009 00:39 CET
Destiny is the luxury of self-reflection divided by the distance you carry the ball.
via Twitter – August 18, 2009 00:37 CET
Destiny is the inability in youth to grasp your historic position compounded by hindsight during the remainder of your life.
via Twitter – August 15, 2009 23:41 CET
If I had bought shares of AAPL a month ago, I would be licking ice cream tonight. Yes if and when...
via Twitter – August 15, 2009 23:37 CET
@ebonyshmebony I want more evidence. Send a blood sample.
via Twitter – August 15, 2009 19:36 CET
Health care should be barter trade. You take my tooth. I whip your ass. Debate end.
via Twitter – August 15, 2009 13:35 CET
Aug 15, picture-book summer day - and I'm fencing with information overlord over Germany's intricate social insurance fairy tale. Who lives?
via Twitter – August 15, 2009 13:26 CET
When will information architects take on the law? Map it, funnel me through it, make it attractive to source for answers. #IA #typography
via Twitter – August 13, 2009 21:36 CET
I love a friend.
via Twitter – August 13, 2009 19:49 CET
@stoweboyd Pay-to-read: Brainpower is not scarce? Taking abundance for granted seems offensive to those who make or enable content.
via Twitter – August 13, 2009 17:30 CET
@TheRationalMan Pick one. Mandatory solidarity is efficient: You need. We help. Fixed. Ur idea is efficient, too: You need. So what. Death.
via Twitter – August 13, 2009 11:30 CET
@TheRationalMan Would you perish silently and proudly, b/c ur ideology does not permit u to benefit from government imposed solidarity?
via Twitter – August 13, 2009 11:11 CET
@TheRationalMan I get ur point. Who would volunteer when ur down and out?! See Externality, Public Good and Free rider problem in Wikipedia.
via Twitter – August 12, 2009 20:06 CET
@TheRationalMan When is solidarity good?
via Twitter – August 12, 2009 19:22 CET
I'm still negotiating my place in the food chain. Note to self: Appreciation. Appreciation. Appreciation.
via Twitter – August 12, 2009 19:14 CET
Do we really want groceries to be the way they are? Clinics of abundance. I didn't feel much when I took the cheese. Esrom. Done.
via Twitter – August 12, 2009 18:56 CET
I made eye contact. There is too much you can see in a split-second.
via Twitter – August 11, 2009 18:50 CET
And then, I massaged my feet for 2 minutes before rising to wash my hands, clear my head and make a cold-call.
via Twitter – August 11, 2009 18:28 CET
Halfway through rewriting my English CV, I noticed that I like women in Aix-en-Provence jumpsuits made by @prancingleopard.
via Twitter – August 10, 2009 21:45 CET
Watching MJ freezes me into a gazing stone of awe. http://bit.ly/yBlxt. Then I stand up, and let my spine unwind.
via Twitter – August 10, 2009 20:11 CET
@PiratenKoeln Wer hat euer Parteiprogramm verfasst? Ich lese es gerade.
via Twitter – August 10, 2009 16:56 CET
I'm went down to earth. Sent out 2 job applications. Now licking and grooming myself. The sun totally subsided the fog of the morn.
via Twitter – August 09, 2009 00:55 CET
Gesagt. Getan. CV perfektioniert, weil Perfektion natürlich und gut ist. http://flic.kr/p/6MZtMQ
via Twitter – August 08, 2009 14:22 CET
Ich perfektioniere jetzt mein CV. "Denn: Perfektionisten wünschen sich, das Leben und die Welt im Griff zu haben." http://tinyurl.com/my2hsn
via Twitter – August 08, 2009 14:15 CET
Perfektionismus ist Antrieb für neue/bessere Produkte. Wer etwas dagegen hat, hat etwas gegen Freiheit, Kunst, Qualität, Grips, Kreativität.
via Twitter – August 08, 2009 14:12 CET
Diese grauenhafte Analyse kann nur in einem Land mit 85%+ Arbeitnehmern Beachtung finden. http://tinyurl.com/my2hsn (via @job_koeln)
via Twitter – August 07, 2009 21:41 CET
RT @alsonee: Willkommen Star Wars @tagesschau: "…Mehsud ist möglicherweise bei einem US-Drohnenangriff getötet..." http://twitpic.com/d0rwm
via Twitter – August 05, 2009 14:32 CET
Now testing a steeping time of 45 seconds with a few leaves instead 30 seconds with slightly more leaves. #green_tea #tea
via Twitter – August 05, 2009 14:28 CET
I can sense the effect of green tea in my left armpit. I first didn't admit the causality. I asked my #body for advice. He told me secrets.
via Twitter – July 31, 2009 16:12 CET
I won't comb my hair during thunderstorms. Promised! But I will comb the head of Robert Wright, anytime: http://bit.ly/vEggA
via Twitter – July 30, 2009 14:20 CET
My new e-book: Gravity 101 for nonplussed parkgoers. Includes exclusive interview with a branch-shedding tree. Are you ready for the park?
via Twitter – July 30, 2009 13:56 CET
If that ugly branch had not been so "dead and rotten", government agents would have lynched that tree on the spot! No doubt.
via Twitter – July 30, 2009 13:49 CET
"everywhere in the park there is a tree!" No. No, this can't be. A "random calamity" without terrorist plot?! http://bit.ly/IrxEs
via Twitter – July 24, 2009 20:46 CET
I have approved dinner. Quiet now.
via Twitter – July 23, 2009 14:59 CET
Die Nächstenliebe wurde kodifiziert. Wer Barmherzigkeit für sich beanspruchen will, kann einen Antrag stellen. Wer ist Ayn Rand?
via Twitter – July 23, 2009 13:59 CET
"Don't your spirits rise at the thought of having an entire day free to work, with no appointments at all?" They do. http://bit.ly/19gRTV
via Twitter – July 23, 2009 13:28 CET
Low blood pressure today, and gusty winds. Damp wits expected overnight; shiny, highbrow attitudes by Friday afternoon.
via Twitter – July 22, 2009 23:40 CET
Which apps on Windows are similar to OmniOutliner or TextMate?
via Twitter – July 19, 2009 19:52 CET
In 2000, I read a book (about the Great Internet; interaction design) by a guy @sapeinteractive. I don't remember the title, can't find it.
via Twitter – July 17, 2009 19:24 CET
Disarmament rhetoric makes a hole lot of sense to 80% of Americans (pun intended). Listen to scared AK-47 man: http://bit.ly/4FoZwE
via Twitter – July 16, 2009 20:57 CET
snacking on this #bromide: "...sanctions on North Korea for ignoring global demands..." uhh, the "international community" strikes again.
via Twitter – July 16, 2009 20:45 CET
I made modular layouts before America even had a name. You'd like a display of modesty? I don't have one to offer.
via Twitter – July 16, 2009 20:36 CET
yeah, my site also has 4*17 configurations, and I would be lost without a 5 page long author guide just to flush me through the choices.
via Twitter – July 16, 2009 20:27 CET
RT @apolaine: RT @samuelcotterall: This, from @jasonsantamaria, made by day: http://jasonsantamaria.com/articles/royal/
via Twitter – July 16, 2009 20:20 CET
signing into the blues; gunna sway there for a while.
via Twitter – July 15, 2009 18:43 CET
When in ocean mode, you can can throw anything at me. I'll take it, rinse it, sink it, and build corals reefs on it.
via Twitter – July 15, 2009 12:34 CET
The point of following things I disagree with is to keep the mind elastic, pierce awareness and test my boundaries - until I become ocean ;)
via Twitter – July 15, 2009 00:14 CET
If HR people were interested in hiring divergent thinkers, they would appreciate inconsistencies in CVs. They don't. Play is out.
via Twitter – July 14, 2009 19:18 CET
Pukka 1.8 by @incanus77 now with search. Amazing: a bookmark's URL can be searched, too!
via Twitter – July 14, 2009 17:42 CET
"überqualifizierter Hochschulabsolvent" #bromide
via Twitter – July 12, 2009 20:20 CET
Why is the United States messing in Afghanistan? Based on what right? And why do I care to ask? Based on what distraction?
via Twitter – July 12, 2009 19:43 CET
I'm 1 hour past a cold frontier. I ALWAYS know where the clouds congregate. ♫ http://blip.fm/~9spn3
via Twitter – July 08, 2009 18:04 CET
I was able to contain myself more or less, until I heard Paris Jackson speak. ONE GIANT SOBBING SOUND.
via Twitter – July 07, 2009 19:14 CET
I've seen my sideburns go before. But today, I left behind a whole Monday of burning sites - in addition.
via Twitter – July 05, 2009 15:08 CET
"Real" designers do much more than UX, bc "everything is connected". We'll gladly wash ur car, trim ur nails, too. Jus call 1800-REALDESIGN.
via Twitter – July 05, 2009 00:58 CET
@ebonyshmebony You're an orange illustrator dreaming about French mums and a new bat lamp? No, I'm wrong. You're a carpenter.
via Twitter – July 04, 2009 23:09 CET
In Köln will niemand das Buch Atlas Shrugged aus der USB Köln ausleihen? http://flic.kr/p/6BVLHd
via Twitter – July 03, 2009 13:58 CET
2009 - 1776 = 233. It does not take dynamic programming (http://bit.ly/Fh5GN) to decode your position (~purpose) in time.
via Twitter – July 01, 2009 16:15 CET
wow, this video by @blprnt gives a spectacular sense of how connected everything is http://vimeo.com/4587178 - via http://bit.ly/HAIm
via Twitter – July 01, 2009 15:01 CET
I can't bring myself to throw away notes on paper. I always file them away, not matter how cryptic or irrelevant they may appear later.
via Twitter – June 30, 2009 22:41 CET
"Everything is connected". Just how distant is everything? http://sptnk.org via number27.org.
via Twitter – June 30, 2009 00:35 CET
Did I live today as though there's no tomorrow? No, I delayed martyrdom. I lived as though I'm going to see many more tomorrows.
via Twitter – June 29, 2009 18:37 CET
My aubergine is bulging at the seams. I'll cut it loose and into the noodles. Add sauce Calabrese, persian temper, and start @having it.
via Twitter – June 26, 2009 19:33 CET
enjoyed time out with the girls. #pic #80s http://bit.ly/2HvEus (via @ebonyshmebony)
via Twitter – June 26, 2009 14:52 CET
@edendomains yes, I feel like throwing a slew of stones myself... into a free and enlightened future, to set off some waves to the present.
via Twitter – June 26, 2009 14:32 CET
Also, I'm headed for the mirror. Gotta watch my moves. ♫ http://blip.fm/~8wymr
via Twitter – June 26, 2009 14:15 CET
expected my comment on logo design, written in a 4 a.m. gush, to get shredded. It didn't. http://bit.ly/MoT4S
via Twitter – June 24, 2009 18:15 CET
In a bloddy #RAOK frenzy, I threw myself in front of the Twitter train, my bones crushing under the weight of brain-off madness.
via Twitter – June 24, 2009 18:05 CET
@Iconic88 A boy in Tanzania needs money for his edu. Being the #RAOK guru that you are, I'm sure you could spare some of your own dough, eh?
via Twitter – June 24, 2009 17:57 CET
Hey @Iconic88, wouldn't you love to prove how much of a #RAOK Silverback you are? Or are you happy just tweeting 24 h/day?
via Twitter – June 24, 2009 17:38 CET
Something encouraged a boy from Tanzania to request sponsorship from me, in a handwritten letter, for his edu at mwekawildlife.org.
via Twitter – June 23, 2009 19:18 CET
Shufflesome stickers off to Italy, USA, Germany. May the postman act swiftly.
via Twitter – June 23, 2009 14:23 CET
RT @StopAhmadi Köln, Germany today 23 June, 6PM Candlelight vigil in silence at the dom, bring candles #iranelection
via Twitter – June 23, 2009 14:20 CET
#Neda's death doesn't imply who the killer is. Sniper, camera and doctor in same spot at same time could imply a false flag operation.
via Twitter – June 21, 2009 17:25 CET
There's no reason to go crazy. There's every reason to follow @rickkoerber's cause. Feel repelled, feel engaged, learn why you're here.
via Twitter – June 21, 2009 16:46 CET
recently met a single mom who had bought a 3.000 EUR bookshelf (nice one). I looked at her daughter in pampers, and caught myself flinching.
via Twitter – June 18, 2009 23:31 CET
Another one for the blunt at heart: "Don't put a period in front of the file extension. That's silly." http://bit.ly/CRG1u #mt docs
via Twitter – June 18, 2009 23:29 CET
"Ask your local friendly developer if you have no idea what that means." http://bit.ly/CRG1u #mt docs. I'd never dare to have an idea.
via Twitter – June 18, 2009 18:37 CET
Held my breath over the first 5 paragraphs of a piece by @rickkoerber: http://bit.ly/M3IJd, then exhaled into the remainder.
via Twitter – June 17, 2009 19:59 CET
Medium, connotation, meaning. Stuck in the middle, we evolve the first, and guess the last. Iran, I'm with you, but clueless.
via Twitter – June 17, 2009 17:00 CET
"Wie isn so Ihr Medienverhalten, Herr Schneider?" Um, unverschlüsselt.
via Twitter – June 17, 2009 14:28 CET
I'm so enticed, my ears are glowing! http://feedafever.com.
via Twitter – June 16, 2009 20:18 CET
@HarvardBiz's research must be grossly skewed, bcuz the method to filter ppl out of the sample is crude http://bit.ly/1Gs40W
via Twitter – June 15, 2009 14:46 CET
Stickers off to Canada and France. May the postman act swiftly - and boldly. #order-fulfillment
via Twitter – June 12, 2009 01:00 CET
Skipping from Banhart's Freely to Gordon's Cheese Cake without my consent? Playlists do what they wanna do.
via Twitter – June 11, 2009 19:25 CET
By tweeting in English mostly, am I contributing to a decrease in diversity on the planet, or does clarity serve diversity?
via Twitter – June 10, 2009 19:13 CET
I now grasp how the json count in @BrandonFuller's MT-Twitter plugin syncs tweets into @movabletype from my timeline. http://bit.ly/Llybo
via Twitter – June 10, 2009 05:59 CET
@beausmith with that, I'll have to garnish my own sandwich array. Several new hints there. Thanks.
via Twitter – June 10, 2009 05:22 CET
So, you're building a platform for others to build platforms on. Who'll be left to perfom on the platforms? Who, the transformers?
via Twitter – June 10, 2009 05:13 CET
A business model can live without you, courage can't.
via Twitter – June 10, 2009 05:10 CET
Providing a product for free is art. Pure fart, carrying the odor of honesty an likability that is found in the best of alibis for existing.
via Twitter – June 10, 2009 04:57 CET
Trading = Hank Rearden. Speculation = Mr. Leverage. Teach your child to trade, and it won't go to the same parties as Mr. Leverage.
via Twitter – June 10, 2009 04:51 CET
So, u put community 1st, and biz 2nd? Well, then your community puts ur biz 1st? Who?! Psst, just don't admit you're out TRADING with us.
via Twitter – June 08, 2009 21:39 CET
Monday came as a surprise. I wasn't briefed about it; didn't have the intelligence; came to terms with it, improwised, nailed it.
via Twitter – June 06, 2009 19:48 CET
The hands didn't flutter. That was just fodder in the stream. My eyebrows did.
via Twitter – June 06, 2009 18:54 CET
Excitement precedes implementation, which is why I can't sit still and my hands are in a flutter.
via Twitter – June 06, 2009 14:51 CET
"The time is now <assertive pause>". Yes, imperator <silly pause>. For 233 years, the time has been now.
via Twitter – June 06, 2009 14:21 CET
Designers are not made in design schools, because blueberries are not made by suppliers. Schools just supply, but don't make people.
via Twitter – June 04, 2009 10:19 CET
Does the possibility of asking money for value scare you less, when sitting on a hill of money, like @Twitter does?
via Twitter – June 04, 2009 10:08 CET
A the time I get up, the sun is still a mere figment in cerebral hemispheres. At the time I wrote this I was still merrily scripting.
via Twitter – June 04, 2009 09:05 CET
Woman with the loud, clunky shoes, you enjoy walking on Earth a lot? I hear it.
via Twitter – June 03, 2009 21:36 CET
Für einen Moment war nicht klar ob ein Heissluftballon das Dach streift, oder der Nachbar mit nem neuen Staubsauger herumfuchtelt.
via Twitter – June 02, 2009 22:02 CET
Out on errands today I wished I could record my thoughts to convert them to action when back at the computer. Think iPod shuffle.
via Twitter – June 01, 2009 12:32 CET
A piece of software doesn't free your mind. Make that "feature request" to your brain. Getting organized is still your job.
via Twitter – May 30, 2009 11:25 CET
The real value of a boat trip is not in the trip, but in the app that lets you share it? Life is just a content carrier for the imagination?
via Twitter – May 29, 2009 15:46 CET
I like the sound of a bass clarinet. I also like the click of my sandwich toaster.
via Twitter – May 29, 2009 15:00 CET
follow @the_affair for -40% on their t-shirts; ~17 EUROs less in your pocket for a rarified blotch on your chest.
via Twitter – May 29, 2009 13:46 CET
Looking at how fellow students write, hard-pressed to sound prim & scientific, it's no wonder that Ayn Rand wrote off the intellectuals.
via Twitter – May 29, 2009 13:38 CET
Writing tip: to achieve clarity, use repetition. Don't try hard to sound intelligent by using synonyms or varying sentence structure.
via Twitter – May 28, 2009 21:19 CET
@aleosa put in your terms of service: "I shall serve no face, by the laws of my pen without reference to conflict of laws pinciples."
via Twitter – May 28, 2009 11:40 CET
I just discovered: in iCal, press cmd+alt in Calendar List to show only one calendar, and press cmd to toggle all calendars on/off.
via Twitter – May 26, 2009 20:22 CET
My blood vessels stand out - a sure sign that it's summer I guess. What else? Delicious rice with roasted apple and pistachios. I cooked.
via Twitter – May 26, 2009 14:33 CET
If I were a line-height pixel, I would sit snug in my line, instead of pretending that I can hang with the gang around the block.
via Twitter – May 26, 2009 14:21 CET
If I were Firefox, I would distribute line-height pixels around a Georgia font in the same way Safari does it. But I'm just a man.
via Twitter – May 25, 2009 20:22 CET
What is the "international community"? Don't tell me. Mr. Obama, you're North Korea's last temptation. Hurry, strike while you can LOL!
via Twitter – May 25, 2009 17:46 CET
You're into design? You're driven by technology? Well, I'm into willpower.
via Twitter – May 25, 2009 17:30 CET
Isn't it sweet that birds (the real ones) stop all activity during a non-rain, yellow-green thunderstorm?
via Twitter – May 23, 2009 17:48 CET
The time before dinner, twilight phasing in, bats lurking, is good for a kill.
via Twitter – May 23, 2009 17:45 CET
@PragueBob what do you do besides living and watching zombies, and why are you following my updates?
via Twitter – May 23, 2009 17:44 CET
They didn't have free ranging oranges; only those in nets. So I walked a leg. What are legs for. Exactly what the f are legs for!
via Twitter – May 21, 2009 19:51 CET
MT tags "can be used directly in the archive mapping". Did you read that? Why didn't I ... I'll do it now.
via Twitter – May 21, 2009 19:12 CET
I flew through my sensory memory and found momentary right hemisphere bliss. Before that: the sound of a plane. Swoosh, attention displaced.
via Twitter – May 21, 2009 17:50 CET
Looking for iPhone apps? Watch @iphoneTrails make them.
via Twitter – May 21, 2009 17:48 CET
@iphoneTrails your Trails icon at curlybrackets.de is a beauty }
via Twitter – May 18, 2009 18:51 CET
Religion is a story to quieten the left brain hemisphere in search of "right hemisphere bliss" (around minute 31:10 http://bit.ly/YYivT)
via Twitter – May 18, 2009 18:35 CET
@having Zucchini in Scheiben mit Orangen Stücken, Oliven Pesto und Scheherazade Reis.
via Twitter – May 18, 2009 17:35 CET
pressure of specialization, funding gap in the range of EUR 0 to 2000, hamburger, tunnels, résumé, Spain, apple script. #onmymind
via Twitter – May 18, 2009 17:14 CET
.. That's why I would build my home with electrical sockets in the ceiling.
via Twitter – May 18, 2009 17:12 CET
@shauninman I think cables should be hung in floral ornaments in the air. Instead of hiding facts, display them in artful ways.
via Twitter – May 17, 2009 18:18 CET
took a shower in the dark. What can I say. Sensory overlord.
via Twitter – May 16, 2009 13:20 CET
Things don't need comparison to be understood or valid. They can exist in their own essence. Dogs are like people, though.
via Twitter – May 16, 2009 12:23 CET
when the solution doesn't occur, I know it's time for a fruit cocktail.
via Twitter – May 15, 2009 19:08 CET
It takes a convinced mind to rename an image of Atlas to en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Objectivist.jpg. For background: http://bit.ly/2ld6z1
via Twitter – May 15, 2009 14:24 CET
wearing a t-shirt in protest of a cloudy sky. Wearing an open scarf too; a summer scarf. It's summer, isn't it. Where are my gloves?
via Twitter – May 15, 2009 14:18 CET
finished a script to process iCal events data in Excel.
via Twitter – May 10, 2009 14:55 CET
PDF that came with a doi! Imported, schwup, beauty, rich data. Nodding at rich architects of my library: http://mekentosj.com/papers/
via Twitter – May 09, 2009 17:26 CET
@shannonseek It will be a grand stand slammed with a heart's desire. Watch me. It'll come.
via Twitter – May 09, 2009 16:18 CET
@shannonseek the lemonades... me? I'm still dreaming.
via Twitter – May 09, 2009 11:20 CET
The arts have value? Enormous. They should live off public funds? No. Watch your own purse, Kevin Spacey. http://ree.tw/49
via Twitter – May 09, 2009 10:23 CET
If this green doesn't drive your nuts, what does? www.wildbunchandcompany.com #juice #organic
via Twitter – May 08, 2009 17:59 CET
Sounds of a gusty wind mix with the sizzle in my sauce pan and my DJ's elbow fix: http://blip.fm/~2kwd7
via Twitter – May 07, 2009 21:24 CET
@shannonseek I'd say that you'd feel an urge to open a fruit stand on the shores of Waikiki. Right?
via Twitter – May 07, 2009 17:39 CET
Das Geräusch einer bestimmten Meisenart verursacht bei mir Fernweh; automatisch, kausal, wiederstehbar.
via Twitter – May 07, 2009 17:29 CET
GM's CEO: "we just have to get this bankruptcy rumor behind us" *A flimsy rumor earned you 15 billion taxpayer dollars? Get real.
via Twitter – May 02, 2009 13:25 CET
I plan & track time (fuzzily) not to control me, but to guide me. Underestimating workload is natural; breaking a schedule a form of art.
via Twitter – May 02, 2009 12:42 CET
"Twitter is a service for friends, family, and co-workers to communicate... one simple question:" What are
via Twitter – May 02, 2009 12:18 CET
RT @EthanSuplee It was said long ago a black man would be president when pigs flew, lo and behold 100 days into office and swine flu!
via Twitter – April 30, 2009 20:06 CET
RT @minabird Simon Heffer piece on Ayn Rand.... http://tinyurl.com/c99uzp *gives more insight than the recent noise on CNN.
via Twitter – April 30, 2009 19:37 CET
@sarasharah did you send a bot, or were you attracted by my healthy looks? I recommend Thalasso mare plankton mask, and Scheherazade rice.
via Twitter – April 30, 2009 17:26 CET
Gimme land, lots of land under persian skies above, don't fence me in, lah lah lick http://blip.fm/~5a9jy
via Twitter – April 30, 2009 10:41 CET
Idea: build Twitter client that supports an exchange to be continued (>140 chars) in Adium or Skype, by letting users add more web profiles.
via Twitter – April 30, 2009 06:08 CET
When you question some of those who question Ayn Rand, you'll find them walking on thin ice - to put it mildly.
via Twitter – April 29, 2009 16:45 CET
@OmniOutliner is an excellent tool for the fussy writer and list person that's me - if I could just break it in two: http://bit.ly/5Elpf
via Twitter – April 29, 2009 15:51 CET
@bler Galt built a network. Change starts with 1 individual. Humans are not like ants. Ants can't choose. Can you name 1 inhuman ability?
via Twitter – April 29, 2009 15:06 CET
@bler what do you consider impossible about his abilities, besides sustaining torture? And: who is "society"?
via Twitter – April 29, 2009 14:30 CET
@bler Galt exists because he has real impact. He doesn't have to be alive to have an effect. The same is true for your avatar.
via Twitter – April 29, 2009 13:00 CET
@bler You looked into the mirror. Stunned you can be - about your own word combination.
via Twitter – April 29, 2009 12:40 CET
@bler I used your own words; wouldn't understand them either. "John Galt doesn't exist because he isn't human". So, does your avatar exist ?
via Twitter – April 28, 2009 23:26 CET
Reality > identity > replication > ?
via Twitter – April 28, 2009 23:25 CET
@bler if one thing is insane, then it is to question the existence of something you have just called by its name.
via Twitter – April 28, 2009 22:39 CET
@bler your avatar looks beautiful on a grey background. It's just sad it doesn't exist, because it isn't human. Are you?
via Twitter – April 28, 2009 21:09 CET
snatching links at http://www.qapture.net - curated by someone in a big spaceship, pretending that you're the curator.
via Twitter – April 28, 2009 11:30 CET
If you can't like someone whose work idealizes human capability, you're probably too good to be capable.
via Twitter – April 28, 2009 02:22 CET
@cerus84 What's an example of a fully-baked, deep philosophy?
via Twitter – April 27, 2009 12:51 CET
@gdungan3008 Re: Ayn Rand's writings - what do you mean?
via Twitter – April 26, 2009 20:29 CET
Black tea = arriving. Green tea = living or growing.
via Twitter – April 26, 2009 17:42 CET
@Peppersantblai Pollença is the port I left by sea a few times. Unforgettable place; also met goats in the mountain there ;) #memories
via Twitter – April 26, 2009 17:08 CET
checking out the Tweetie app (http://bit.ly/6FXY) while keeping an eye on the rice. Rice is still more important than schlick GUIs.
via Twitter – April 26, 2009 11:45 CET
Population control? Very scary. http://ree.tw/jk #swineflu
via Twitter – April 25, 2009 13:38 CET
Friends come and go. Memories don't have faces. My own carries their traces. http://blip.fm/~4y5hd
via Twitter – April 24, 2009 23:28 CET
@macguy13 about 65% of designs are in stock. You could fill a shopping cart blindfolded.
via Twitter – April 24, 2009 20:58 CET
renamed New biz to Rabbit hole, to distinguish more clearly from: Workshop.
via Twitter – April 22, 2009 23:14 CET
I made it to week 6 http://bit.ly/v8LW5. Now off to the kitchen, salivating, though probably resisting a late-night snack.
via Twitter – April 20, 2009 14:09 CET
as usual on Mondays, I shipped orders - one mailing off to the United States
via Twitter – April 20, 2009 12:17 CET
enjoying Mail's capability to detect addresses and create contacts from them.
via Twitter – April 17, 2009 23:02 CET
@TheRationalMan why? Name one point/characteristic please.
via Twitter – April 17, 2009 21:42 CET
yap! I can rock to "awesome" RT @culturedcode Apple visited us ... shot a developer video for WWDC. Watch it here: http://bit.ly/12ONWc
via Twitter – April 17, 2009 21:34 CET
yap! I can rock to Phoenix - Lisztomania http://blip.fm/~4eh61
via Twitter – April 17, 2009 01:22 CET
@dpbkmb @arleigh thanks - now hanging limp in the queue there - tools to fetch 'following' stats are still rare it seems.
via Twitter – April 17, 2009 01:05 CET
Elan Journo via @AynRandCenter "No country that harbors pirates can demand that its sovereignty be respected" http://bit.ly/SOTZo *thinking
via Twitter – April 17, 2009 00:22 CET
something tells me that @AynRandCenter is abusing a philosophy it didn't create, but tries hard to profit from.
via Twitter – April 17, 2009 00:12 CET
@dpbkmb can you recommend an app to check how another twerp's following stats (not follower stats) have changed over time?
via Twitter – April 17, 2009 00:06 CET
@yukai_chou we'll team up and bring sideshows back to every city corner.
via Twitter – April 16, 2009 23:49 CET
payed royalties to @shflsm designers, wrote recommendation on Linkedin, ignored Prio A, worked on my portfolio stats. G'night.
via Twitter – April 14, 2009 00:50 CET
@IvanCampuzano about to end the day actually. 02:48 over here. Hmm.. ;)
via Twitter – April 14, 2009 00:25 CET
@IvanCampuzano and thanks for the kind note. I added a /profile page yesterday.
via Twitter – April 14, 2009 00:23 CET
@IvanCampuzano no (personal is good), but you could take a subsection (your Ebooks) and create a dedicated site under a different domain...
via Twitter – April 13, 2009 19:41 CET
@jeremyscahill why are Somali 'pirates' not more vocal about their cause? Thanks for asking the right questions: http://bit.ly/MnCun
via Twitter – April 11, 2009 22:16 CET
@IvanCampuzano the ego is not my innermost being? Are your tweets coming from you, or from your innermost being?
via Twitter – April 11, 2009 22:02 CET
@IslandBoyBob I like men who don't let a label (in this case: Pirate) hijack their judgement. #pirates
via Twitter – April 11, 2009 21:16 CET
@IslandBoyBob A pirate is a man. A man uses force for a reason. The reason can justify his action. Understand his reason before judging.
via Twitter – April 11, 2009 14:41 CET
There can be no knighthood without combat.
via Twitter – April 11, 2009 14:19 CET
@PeterSantilli @IslandBoyBob How can you fear/hate someone who rebels for the right reason? http://bit.ly/jXQz
via Twitter – April 10, 2009 00:27 CET
RT @AynRandCenter Is it time to go Galt? [...] http://tinyurl.com/cek98q
via Twitter – April 10, 2009 00:05 CET
failure is the herald of success. What a heavy beauty this #failwahle is: http://bit.ly/15NGnz
via Twitter – April 09, 2009 21:11 CET
sehe gerade, dass iTunes meine 5-Sterne Rezension über FreeCapitalist Radio angenommen hat (freecapitalist.com). #freecapitalist
via Twitter – April 09, 2009 21:05 CET
Out on errands today, I avoided going the usual straight path, insinuating that we have all the time in (beyond) the world.
via Twitter – April 09, 2009 12:52 CET
following @rickkoerber, the man whose 2008 podcasts have pulled at the wings of my mind. #freecapitalist #aynrand
via Twitter – April 06, 2009 15:57 CET
dropped 2 mailings into the mailbox - Shufflesome stickers on the way to France and Italy.
- April 04, 2009 11:53 CET
via Twitter – March 28, 2009 17:15 CET
At some point in time I might even want to figure out why letter-spacing is interpreted differently in Firefox than in Safari.
via Twitter – March 28, 2009 14:25 CET
apturized previous tweet on my homepage. Now at getsatisfaction.com to let the folks at @apture get rich off my ideas. #half_truth
via Twitter – March 28, 2009 14:10 CET
This bird delivers my tweets and calls this twig home. His lineage traces back to @yiyinglu, designer of the Fail whale.
via Twitter – March 28, 2009 13:51 CET
we'll have to abandon the idea that the Internet consists of websites (slight exaggeration here). Check out video at www.apture.com/twitter/
via Twitter – March 27, 2009 19:17 CET
"People are not thinking anymore; they're just shooting." http://bit.ly/dJMn7 #photography *Grow slowly, grow a beard, grow America.
via Twitter – March 27, 2009 13:32 CET
@dpbkmb going with @Iconic88. Thanks for pointing out the way to go.
via Twitter – March 27, 2009 13:26 CET
RT @lward99 One World is Romantic. The 1Worlders do not seek romance. They seek One Government... from which there is no refuge *hear hear!
via Twitter – March 27, 2009 13:22 CET
#followfriday @the-ones-who-tweet-ONCE-a-day-with-a-message-that-blows-your-mind. Less is more (with the exception of kissing).
via Twitter – March 27, 2009 13:08 CET
I have a spider in my bathroom, since October 2008! She respects me. http://blip.fm/~3h589
via Twitter – March 27, 2009 13:05 CET
someone help that man out. He got entangled in the female woods http://blip.fm/~3h4wd
via Twitter – March 27, 2009 12:59 CET
working behind the frontend of my website - the place where dipping numerals meet with starry-eyed elves.
via Twitter – March 27, 2009 12:54 CET
wanna see Obama grow a fierce beard badly. It would send such a strong signal. To bankers. - signed by: We The Furious (WTF!)
via Twitter – March 26, 2009 10:51 CET
I have one item left of BOUNCE sticker for iPod shuffle: www.shflsm.com/bounce.html
via Twitter – March 24, 2009 13:48 CET
"there's a lesson here: The Internet can get you fired." http://is.gd/oye4 *That is not the lesson! The lesson is: mean what you say.
via Twitter – March 23, 2009 19:04 CET
RT @Retweetist help rid the world of IE6 with http://is.gd/oeYz *I'm using a conditional comment though - using IE weapons against itself.
via Twitter – March 23, 2009 11:33 CET
didn't find Georg Friedrich Händel's Sonata No 3 as performed in the movie Heaven Can Wait. http://bit.ly/IauDr
via Twitter – March 21, 2009 21:34 CET
RT @TheRationalMan Correct me if I'm wrong but will not the AIG bonuses be spent thereby stimulating the economy? *http://bit.ly/BH4m9
via Twitter – March 21, 2009 09:45 CET
The writer does the most who finds the best knowledge, repeats and amplifies it and makes it highly accessible.
via Twitter – March 20, 2009 22:32 CET
"The writer does the most who gives his reader the most knowledge and takes from him the least time" - http://bit.ly/iBD1
via Twitter – March 20, 2009 13:16 CET
when looking at a large image on a webpage, I'd like to use the move/hand curser to navigate by click+holding+moving, like on Google maps.
via Twitter – March 20, 2009 00:50 CET
taking a look at things from Leigh Dehaney's perspective http://bit.ly/r5WJK
via Twitter – March 19, 2009 12:08 CET
Nächstes "Culture Project": Konversationen auf dem Dach - eine Video Doku über die Männer die der Sonne am nächsten sind. #dachdecker
via Twitter – March 19, 2009 11:13 CET
nice side effect of frequent re-publishing of a Movable Type blog: you get to look at the word "Success" a lot. Reminds me of Skinner box.
via Twitter – March 19, 2009 09:49 CET
Dem Kölner Dachdecker steht die Sonne ja im Jesischt. #lifestyle
via Twitter – March 17, 2009 19:24 CET
Can you both fear and adore a pirat? How can you fear someone who rebels for the right reason? http://bit.ly/jXQz
via Twitter – March 17, 2009 16:09 CET
logged into my non-existent tax account, to choose the government projects to funnel my tax money to. #dreaming #transparency
via Twitter – March 14, 2009 17:13 CET
@having Jamaican rum egg while barefoot.
via Twitter – March 14, 2009 01:53 CET
adjusting CSS for IE7 cannot upset me at all. What differs points to oversights/lenience mostly and not to vendor-specific annoyances.
via Twitter – March 13, 2009 22:18 CET
#followfriday-funk: http://blip.fm/~2yiay and http://thru-you.com/#/videos/1/
via Twitter – March 13, 2009 16:49 CET
washed the one hand with the other. Code quality, like brotherhood, requires clean hands.
via Twitter – March 13, 2009 11:43 CET
@aroxo I appreciate your post about "Off-shoing your web-development" http://bit.ly/JCBdU
via Twitter – March 13, 2009 11:20 CET
I see, you prefer "honest" blogging to tweeting for rebates. How silly of me to underestimate my customers. http://bit.ly/Px3qc
via Twitter – March 12, 2009 20:09 CET
Sure way to be disliked: talk about overpopulation. Sure way to be liked: Join a charity project. Sure way to be in the news: Destroy things
via Twitter – March 12, 2009 19:21 CET
my scarf has a stranglehold on me - a tight and almost fashionable one in exchange for the warmth that escapes so easily.
via Twitter – March 12, 2009 14:53 CET
using INDIRECT and ADDRESS with SUMIF because the criteria has to be referenced in another cell. #excel
via Twitter – March 11, 2009 18:45 CET
RT @PeterSantilli Many people quit looking for work when they find a job.
via Twitter – March 11, 2009 11:20 CET
@MichaelPanasuk I can't. He told me not to disturb him, because he is set in motion and can't be stopped.
via Twitter – March 11, 2009 10:29 CET
music that carries you like a wave carries a surfer, catching and then driving him down a giant wave in slow-mo... http://blip.fm/~2v0b6
via Twitter – March 10, 2009 18:51 CET
WTF | abbr. | We The Furious ORIGIN from Old Persia (title): traders of fur were once richest industrialists - "WTF of Shiraz did it again"
via Twitter – March 10, 2009 13:36 CET
Entrepreneurs are not freelancers versus "every individual is now an entrepreneur". Compare http://bit.ly/i3MKd with http://bit.ly/12Cv73
via Twitter – March 10, 2009 12:45 CET
@TheRationalMan yes, have read it; now studying it. Also learning from freecapitalist.com. They ran a podcast series from afuniversity.com.
via Twitter – March 10, 2009 12:06 CET
US-wide sales of Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged surging: http://bit.ly/2dFvZe *My Uni library has only one copy - guess who has it.
via Twitter – March 10, 2009 10:53 CET
reading @tferriss's reply to my comment on his Tweet to Beat project - paying $3 per Twitter follower to help students: http://bit.ly/YfWUj
via Twitter – March 09, 2009 20:56 CET
@TYSONtheQUICK because practicing like nobody else makes perfect - if I'm not erring.
via Twitter – March 09, 2009 13:02 CET
@cyberlaw_ro what's your take, in short, on Fairey's Obama image? http://bit.ly/X3MFG
via Twitter – March 09, 2009 10:17 CET
@aleosa Hello. Spread your wings and skip a twig. Be bird. Together we can chase your big cat: http://bit.ly/n77z2
via Twitter – March 09, 2009 09:24 CET
RT @TYSONtheQUICK Borrow money from pessimists--they don't expect it back =)
via Twitter – March 09, 2009 07:54 CET
it looks like daylight. Good morning brain. I love you. http://blip.fm/~2seyc
via Twitter – March 08, 2009 22:50 CET
my browser doesn't know where I want to go.
via Twitter – March 08, 2009 21:49 CET
having a good time during my last mental spurt before blackout.
via Twitter – March 08, 2009 00:50 CET
@CraigTeich silently, a pollen is delivered to a flower, and a word (my guess: novel) is matched by @twollo. Life can continue.
via Twitter – March 07, 2009 19:40 CET
@CraigTeich how did you find me (what tool or search phrase did you use)?
via Twitter – March 07, 2009 18:58 CET
If you feel offended for the right reason, fight! I won legal cases against 2 Fortune 500 companies (TUI, Metro). *http://tinyurl.com/djqjf6
via Twitter – March 07, 2009 17:32 CET
finished building a timeline and placed it on my #work_in_progress homepage. My legs want to move. I'll let them now.
via Twitter – March 07, 2009 16:18 CET
now using @stoely's Anxiety app to add tasks, instead of first launching @culturedcode's Things. #apps
via Twitter – March 07, 2009 15:31 CET
RT @dpbkmb RT @techherding: Lead, follow, or stand on the sidelines and become a pundit. *or a Panda bear, or veteran of reciprocal clicks.
via Twitter – March 07, 2009 15:19 CET
RT @shauninman People don't learn, they learn what they can get away with. *unless they get away with getting off the beaten path.
via Twitter – March 07, 2009 15:15 CET
Although I call the Milky Internet my galaxy, I'm glad in 3+ years we'll see more clearly around the Milky Way http://tr.im/h6U2 #space
via Twitter – March 07, 2009 00:59 CET
@yiyinglu I blip thanks with a funny blue: http://blip.fm/~2q730
via Twitter – March 06, 2009 23:04 CET
@KyNamDoan I'd like to be know for bringing the meaning of Aristole's words closer to you. *Smirk
via Twitter – March 06, 2009 21:15 CET
RT @FLWbooks Ayn Rand, you passed away 27 years ago today but your....novels will be read for decades to come: http://bit.ly/167dLT
via Twitter – March 06, 2009 20:09 CET
@NASAKepler is hours away from bringing the Milky Way into focus (literally): http://countdown.ksc.nasa.gov/elv/
via Twitter – March 06, 2009 19:27 CET
#followfriday @RickSantelli because he can carry the water. http://bit.ly/HFE8S and http://bit.ly/10uoAs.
via Twitter – March 06, 2009 14:25 CET
gazing at the rain - it's been raining for 27+ hours non-stop. Celebrate. http://blip.fm/~2pjhm
via Twitter – March 06, 2009 12:57 CET
Es gibt kein gutes oder schlechtes Wetter. Wetter ist ein wertfreies Ereignis. Die Sonne kann dennoch eine wertvolle Erscheinung sein.
via Twitter – March 06, 2009 00:50 CET
How did we arrive in a world where micro-lending can be a novel idea? http://short.to/1q7z
via Twitter – March 06, 2009 00:39 CET
RT @apture And he follows up here: Stimulus 2.0: It's the Startups, Stupid: http://short.to/1qy0 by @quixotic
via Twitter – March 05, 2009 20:11 CET
and sometimes it's critical to remove all but one decimal place - right after @having a slice of Apple with no topping.
via Twitter – March 05, 2009 18:59 CET
I find the third decimal place of em values to be critical. #CSS
via Twitter – March 05, 2009 18:37 CET
checking out posterous.com and how people use it: http://holykaw.com, http://www.mayisuggest.org, http://lons.posterous.com.
via Twitter – March 05, 2009 13:21 CET
RT @stoweboyd The Cult Of Done! Genius. http://bit.ly/6HeN *good list. I like point 9. I don't like point 8.
via Twitter – March 04, 2009 21:02 CET
@ikepigott ok. Anonymity: I found the info under /about too thin. Are you aware of freecapitalist.com? They're routing the call I guess ;)
via Twitter – March 04, 2009 18:58 CET
@ikepigott I don't understand if this site is mockery or not. If not, why stay anonymous? That is at odds with having the call answered.
via Twitter – March 04, 2009 16:40 CET
@ikepigott I don't get it. Someone is callingjohngalt.com and prefers to stay anonymous? C'mon Nathan K., on which side are you?
via Twitter – March 04, 2009 13:14 CET
Is there a website somewhere that explains the economic model based on which Obama is "absolutely" sure his policy will work? #politics
via Twitter – March 04, 2009 12:52 CET
Tomorrow is an important day for mankind, as we hurl our big eye into space: kepler.nasa.gov/
via Twitter – March 04, 2009 09:42 CET
Die erfreuliche Art aufzuwachen? Lachend, wie heute und vorgestern.
via Twitter – March 04, 2009 09:23 CET
@KyNamDoan I think Aristotle is right, but that his words should be understood as lament, and not as praise.
via Twitter – March 04, 2009 09:20 CET
@KyNamDoan A compelling way to learn is to aquire convictions and risking to be wrong. Flexible minds can only be emphatic and do comedy.
via Twitter – March 04, 2009 09:18 CET
@KyNamDoan An uncommited mind entertaining thoughts has only its education to take pride in.
via Twitter – March 04, 2009 09:14 CET
@KyNamDoan re: Aristotle quote. A mind with convictions entertaining thoughts it doesn't accept is sullying itself.
via Twitter – March 04, 2009 01:27 CET
@KyNamDoan why would an educated mind sully itself? A mind with convictions would not allow that, and that much an educated mind knows.
via Twitter – March 04, 2009 01:00 CET
Obama's open, direct talk with Iran comes in the form of a "secret" letter to Russia? http://bit.ly/9kDiJ
via Twitter – March 04, 2009 00:06 CET
The word I have been most mindful of today? width - as in: compute em widths for a layout with 10 possible horizontal configurations. #CSS
via Twitter – March 02, 2009 21:29 CET
RT @PeterSantilli [...] "You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life." Winston Churchill
via Twitter – March 02, 2009 20:40 CET
foreign fish passing by - im Rheinauhafen am 4.4.09. Teaser video: www.myspace.com/2fishesinthebigbigsea #music_sweet_music
via Twitter – March 02, 2009 20:18 CET
foreign fish passing by - im Rheinauhafen am 4.4.09. Teaser video: www.myspace.com/2fishesinthebigbigsea #music_sweet_music
via Twitter – March 02, 2009 18:29 CET
@PeterSantilli how about this party, have you heard Rick Koerber speak? freecapitalist.com
via Twitter – March 02, 2009 15:14 CET
RT @theglobalme "The best measure of a blog is not [...], it's how much it changes what you do." (Seth Godin) http://tinyurl.com/5zxy5g
via Twitter – March 02, 2009 14:32 CET
RT @PeterSantilli Being debt free is a very high horse. Are you riding a pony? Debt EXISTS because you accept the bullshit you're spoon-fed
via Twitter – March 02, 2009 14:30 CET
what do you call someone who abhors the loan that feeds him - unreasonable, incompetent, courageous, self-loathing, enlightened, ...?
via Twitter – March 01, 2009 23:56 CET
@Peppersantblai you're right about mixing. Your mix is great. Viviendo la paella que es la vida.
via Twitter – March 01, 2009 23:21 CET
@lward99 what did the Mayans say about 2012?
via Twitter – March 01, 2009 23:19 CET
If so many hints point to the spot of Eden, why did we leave the discovery to chance? http://tinyurl.com/ccozlb. We got to be digging!
via Twitter – March 01, 2009 19:39 CET
doing the math. 1 char = 1/2em~6px. 66 chars = 66 * 6px = 396px = 33 * 1em #CSS
via Twitter – March 01, 2009 17:37 CET
@shannonseek the red leaves are actually sipping. I know, I have been in the rain, too.
via Twitter – March 01, 2009 14:09 CET
@dpbkmb Geese (plural) - yes, same sight here, right over my head. They are gliding, hardly moving their wings. The river is nearby.
via Twitter – March 01, 2009 12:00 CET
rise out of your seat, will you? http://blip.fm/~2k651
via Twitter – March 01, 2009 11:18 CET
the goose are returning. People on the move. Spring. Chuck Berry - Promised Land http://blip.fm/~2k5kr
via Twitter – February 28, 2009 19:53 CET
Learn from @PeterSantilli in dialogue with @RadioMilwaukee. Click on 'Show conversation' http://bit.ly/ZGATY #irak #money #freedom #values
via Twitter – February 28, 2009 19:37 CET
If twonvo.com would provide a short URL for a thread generated, I could actually link to it. But I guess they now that.
via Twitter – February 28, 2009 19:07 CET
RT @redstarvip "Education without values, as useful as it is, seems rather to make man a more clever devil." - C.S. Lewis
via Twitter – February 28, 2009 00:25 CET
Do the whining housecats know how low Ryanair's average flight time in Europe is? http://bit.ly/UdwTv. U can't hold ur bladder for 2 min.?
via Twitter – February 26, 2009 10:10 CET
@eleftheriag iTunes > File > Show Duplicates.
via Twitter – February 26, 2009 09:35 CET
Good morning. [Encouraging words go here].
via Twitter – February 25, 2009 22:12 CET
@yiyinglu tell me more. I worked in a licensing agency.
via Twitter – February 25, 2009 21:58 CET
Looking at a homepage so beautiful, I couldn't bring myself to click on the links it offers. Don't want to dilute the first impression.
via Twitter – February 24, 2009 22:28 CET
Knowledge is not power. Knowing what to do with knowledge is power. Academics are never, by definition, powerful.
via Twitter – February 24, 2009 21:16 CET
Cool Alex, cool. You don't have to upgrade your software. Just because technology is exploding, you don't have to blow up.
via Twitter – February 22, 2009 23:35 CET
ejecting before disconnecting.
via Twitter – February 22, 2009 12:52 CET
@dpbkmb Hi Dave! What's in FTW? I'll take urbandictionary's "for the win" - "from the wilderness" even better.
via Twitter – February 22, 2009 12:32 CET
Combine a passing train with a racing laundry dryer next door, and the result is a state of mild trembling.
via Twitter – February 22, 2009 12:14 CET
Revitalized. My first ever yoga move was a sun salute on the balcony of a castle off the coast of Cannes, facing seaward.
via Twitter – February 19, 2009 15:19 CET
confirmed an order from St. Petersburg, Russia. That, next to 92% of orders from Europe & North America. Cheers to the exception!
via Twitter – February 18, 2009 13:28 CET
State to food producer: label your goods voluntarily, or we will make you do it! Heard on NPR http://bit.ly/IAIQY - so much for "voluntary".
via Twitter – February 17, 2009 18:26 CET
It is not the strongest of the species that survives, .... It is the one that is the most adaptable to change. - Charles Darwin.
via Twitter – February 17, 2009 18:15 CET
@Asphar wer das Grundeinkommen fördert, fördert die Tyrannei der Schwachen und Taugenichtse. Kommunismus irgendjemand? Wer hat noch nicht?
via Twitter – February 17, 2009 12:35 CET
time to aim your arrows at the sun http://blip.fm/~28uni
via Twitter – February 16, 2009 22:58 CET
Refreshing my browser window A LOT with temper the kind of a finicky young Mozart working his way up a minor sonata improvisation.
via Twitter – February 16, 2009 20:34 CET
Good Gosh, time to stretch a feet of pair in despair, excuse me - in the air. We are what we feet.
via Twitter – February 16, 2009 18:11 CET
nothing's really mine, except for freedom. http://blip.fm/~288ff
via Twitter – February 16, 2009 17:47 CET
Who came up with the idea for bridges? The stimulus money should be spent on free accounting services, shower gel and remote controls.
via Twitter – February 15, 2009 18:45 CET
RT @whitelabelspace: Are Great Explorations Driven by Keynesian "Animal Spirits" on Steroids?: David Ignatius.. http://tr.im/gbwi
via Twitter – February 15, 2009 11:16 CET
@having Toastwaffel mit Pflaumenmus.
via Twitter – February 14, 2009 23:17 CET
Never before have I skimmed articles this way: http://bit.ly/5tzWV. Selection by s and a key is not faster than the mouse though.
via Twitter – February 14, 2009 16:46 CET
In her last gasp of light, she shone: "I'll be back". In the windows of the city, her promise of return is now all that remains.
via Twitter – February 14, 2009 16:41 CET
It's clearly the handwriting of a dying sun, there in the distance. Nobody seems to care. The birds are flying westward.
via Twitter – February 14, 2009 16:39 CET
In a dramatic turn of events, a shaft of light pierces through the incumbent mass of grey and hits the ceiling of the carpet above.
via Twitter – February 14, 2009 16:35 CET
Visibility decreasing by 1 meter per 15 seconds. The sun is now hidden. Suddenly, there are lots of clouds at the scene.
via Twitter – February 14, 2009 16:33 CET
reporting live from the sunset: a flock of ducks intersects with a streak of light orange, quickly fading into leight beige or something.
via Twitter – February 14, 2009 16:27 CET
Sun is now at that spot where the day passes in review and you decide whether to go to the grocery now or wait till the bats come out.
via Twitter – February 14, 2009 16:04 CET
I like magic, as long as it can be understood.
via Twitter – February 14, 2009 15:45 CET
Sun is hiding behind its clout of puffy promises.
via Twitter – February 14, 2009 12:51 CET
in the process of implementing new #mt asset management for my site, partly reverse engineering nytimes.com. *Excited.
via Twitter – February 14, 2009 12:40 CET
I feel the approach of springtime in my loins. Sunny today, puddles unfreezing.
via Twitter – February 12, 2009 14:25 CET
When the next steps have formed precisely in my mind, I step away from the desk - as if the excitement requires me to loose attention.
via Twitter – February 11, 2009 00:02 CET
[...] regulation ranging from heavy to central planning. None meaningfully worked. Do we wish to retest the evidence? http://bit.ly/DJ0J
via Twitter – February 10, 2009 14:50 CET
RT @dpbkmb Yes. I'm still hoping that unique will someday be mass produced.
via Twitter – February 10, 2009 14:31 CET
@dpbkmb also, the irony is that quoting is good. We just need to see and recycle the good stuff. Being unique is ironic.
via Twitter – February 10, 2009 13:44 CET
Most people are other people. Their thoughts are someone else's opinions, their lives a mimicry, their passions a quotation. - Oscar Wilde
via Twitter – February 10, 2009 11:52 CET
shufflesome.com: Unter den letzten Exemplaren befinden sich 6 Sticker Designs mit dem WTF! label = zum Preis süsser Lakritze!
via Twitter – February 10, 2009 10:20 CET
The goodness of constant economic growth is unquestioned, not unquestionable.
via Twitter – February 09, 2009 19:53 CET
Make a beautiful t-shirt that says "Scream your secret passions, Hank Rearden", and u won't need unemployment benefits. http://bit.ly/2S1HpM
via Twitter – February 09, 2009 18:16 CET
I swear by the dollar, Economists are never sure, just very assertive - a trillion, ooch, double that! Keynes is dead. No he isn't! Ooch..
via Twitter – February 09, 2009 14:06 CET
@onmovabletype A comment from somebody with experience could tame my fervor. Would you take on this one? http://bit.ly/BnQ4
via Twitter – February 09, 2009 09:06 CET
Transparency doesn't make wrong arguments agreeable. A gun in your back is the same as a gun in your face.
via Twitter – February 08, 2009 18:46 CET
When the government spends a dollar, it has to come from somewhere: You have to either print it, tax it, or borrow it - Steve Moore
via Twitter – February 08, 2009 18:39 CET
I am 3 minutes behind, and 12 years ahead. Now I just need to find my clock facing forward.
via Twitter – February 08, 2009 18:35 CET
"Scream your secret passions, Hank Rearden!" http://bit.ly/2S1HpM #ayn_rand
via Twitter – February 08, 2009 17:52 CET
RT @redstarvip Atlas Shrugged: From Fiction to Fact in 52 Years - http://tinyurl.com/bn7grw
via Twitter – February 08, 2009 15:05 CET
@Peppersantblai Hola! Bien, que tal alli - hay mucho viento hoy?
via Twitter – February 08, 2009 14:52 CET
@allbery_b a silent tweet. What fun!
via Twitter – February 08, 2009 14:42 CET
RT @Peppersantblai @allbery_b Hola! why your tweets come up blank?Is it just silence or a problem?
via Twitter – February 08, 2009 14:12 CET
Are two onions enough? Not if they are in the same pan with three potätoes. Rule: Equal opportunity in the pan makes for fair meals. #cookin
via Twitter – February 08, 2009 13:55 CET
I don't feel like throwing myself in front of a love train. I feel like building the rails. #love
via Twitter – February 07, 2009 17:59 CET
Fantastic! I'm working on something similar: http://is.gd/iDLx #infographics
via Twitter – February 07, 2009 17:52 CET
@PeterSantilli The thief we hired? My greatest threat is not the thief. It's the guilt I could feel for feeding him.
via Twitter – February 07, 2009 16:26 CET
@PeterSantilli a revolution without having identified that "entity"?
via Twitter – February 07, 2009 15:58 CET
@dpbkmb @shannonseek I'll follow your tip flatly. Thanks man.
via Twitter – February 07, 2009 15:22 CET
The sky is a flat #999999. No ripples, nothing. Not boring, just flat. Not depressing, just flat. Flat, ok?
- February 07, 2009 14:29 CET
via Twitter – February 07, 2009 14:22 CET
New blog post: Knocking on holier than thou Gates (http://bit.ly/2DMAXP) - thoughts on Bill Gate's TedTalk (http://tinyurl.com/alazeb).
via Twitter – February 06, 2009 19:01 CET
@redstarvip I just finished reading Atlas Shrugged. Now I'm studying it! You might enjoy http://daily.freecapitalist.com
via Twitter – February 06, 2009 18:58 CET
RT @redstarvip What are you reading? Tag it, #breviewfri I'm still reading, "Atlas Shrugged" by Ayn Rand. Its Book Review Friday
via Twitter – February 06, 2009 14:19 CET
@Peppersantblai me imagino el placer, no más. Gracias...
via Twitter – February 06, 2009 13:20 CET
Just what is that "discredited economic philosophy"? Notice how Krugman argues, cheating on cause & effect. http://bit.ly/diMK #economy
via Twitter – February 06, 2009 13:14 CET
RT @stoweboyd The American economy is on the edge of catastrophe - Paul Krugman - http://bit.ly/diMK
via Twitter – February 06, 2009 10:31 CET
@Peppersantblai Buenos dias. Me gustaria dar una vuelta por su jardin :)
via Twitter – February 06, 2009 10:04 CET
I can't hear it. "Qualification" the argument for ur pay? Come on! Ur diploma makes products? A world upside down. America where are u?
via Twitter – February 06, 2009 09:52 CET
Who should be payed the most (http://bit.ly/rFYr)? Callers reply: those who sacrifice the most (firefighters, teachers, military). My nuts!
via Twitter – February 06, 2009 09:35 CET
Compare Obama's excessive inauguration with his demand for executive pay limits. Notice something?
via Twitter – February 05, 2009 19:26 CET
I'm impressed by the voice of a man who deals with facts expertly; Sullenberger: http://bit.ly/14lWN. Will use this to get up in the morning
via Twitter – February 05, 2009 17:56 CET
As an artist, you have to make a choice: to be producer, or to be thief. To be thief producer, you have to be a darn good thief. #beef #hope
via Twitter – February 05, 2009 13:47 CET
Consumers get more for less, while workers want more for more, while producers make more with less, while gov. makes less of producers.
via Twitter – February 05, 2009 10:56 CET
Warum haben Smoothies von innocent 48x das Wort Schnitzel auf der Verpackung stehen? Wenn das Humor ist, alle Achtung, könnte von mir sein.
via Twitter – February 04, 2009 18:59 CET
RT @dweinberger It costs the NYT twice as much to print itself per year than [...] every subscriber a free Kindle: http://tinyurl.com/d3keuk
via Twitter – February 04, 2009 18:25 CET
Who are the most rebutted users in the last hour? Does the Rebuttist know? And why do @Retweetist tweets look like deja -vues?
via Twitter – February 04, 2009 18:21 CET
Just arrived on the other side of the whittling process, at the point where you realize that endurance and doubt pays off.
via Twitter – February 03, 2009 15:14 CET
What is it that makes me want to remove line endings manually? Give it up. Bye.
via Twitter – February 02, 2009 13:30 CET
Last week's orders of Shufflesome stickers are on the way to the United States, United Kingdom, and the Netherlands
via Twitter – February 02, 2009 12:36 CET
This week, WTF! pricing continues (http://bit.ly/hCrt). 6 Shufflesome stickers at the price of nirvana. #promo #skins #ipod
via Twitter – February 01, 2009 16:20 CET
There is no help for finding symbolic meaning at the sight of 3 pigeons chasing a hawk.
via Twitter – February 01, 2009 12:20 CET
Sometimes it snows on the first day of February. And then, all of a sudden, a beat breaks loose and the birds nosedive from rooftops.
via Twitter – February 01, 2009 10:41 CET
@having toast Hawaii. I dreamed about a bloddy singer, stairways, beautiful landscapes, street scenes in Palma de Mallorca, and Google maps.
via Twitter – January 31, 2009 21:29 CET
RT @PeterSantilli Do what you can, with what you have, where you are. -Theodore Roosevelt.
via Twitter – January 31, 2009 13:23 CET
RT @PragueBob [...] UFO does NOT imply space aliens or anything of the sort. It's exactly as stated: unidentified.
via Twitter – January 31, 2009 12:54 CET
http://tinyurl.com/adxl4k without me tonight. #abendprogramm
via Twitter – January 31, 2009 12:33 CET
@IvanCampuzano why should people forgive or forget, or both - without conditions? In whose interest is that?
via Twitter – January 31, 2009 09:34 CET
RT @techcrunch The Economy According To Mint - http://twurl.nl/njdpaz
via Twitter – January 30, 2009 19:23 CET
thank you @planetmoney for ending with Keynes on a note of doubt http://tinyurl.com/c99y4y
via Twitter – January 30, 2009 14:19 CET
RT @kynamdoan: How To Get Re-Tweeted 125 Times In Under 2 Hours: A Cause Marketing Twitter Story - http://ow.ly/7EV
via Twitter – January 30, 2009 13:37 CET
intelligence > products > money > government > deception > death. #life
via Twitter – January 30, 2009 13:29 CET
gov bails out execs > gov blames execs > ppl blame execs > gov taxes ppl > ppl blame gov > gov bails out execs > #insanity
via Twitter – January 29, 2009 22:25 CET
up next: png transparency. How should I make exceptions for IE6 and all that? #png #css
via Twitter – January 29, 2009 22:14 CET
It nags me that pre-revenue companies are being tooted as top employers. Sure they need the attention, but need need not be needed.
via Twitter – January 29, 2009 22:00 CET
haha, have you ever accidentally pressed command+dot behind a word in OmniOutliner Pro?
via Twitter – January 29, 2009 13:01 CET
@MichaelPanasuk are you sure? What do you gain by wishing to undo the past?
via Twitter – January 29, 2009 13:00 CET
Zwei Belina Kartfoffeln hätten gereicht.
via Twitter – January 28, 2009 18:15 CET
A real-life example of the relevance of Atlas Shrugged, reported today: emergency room doctors fight California http://bit.ly/fhVbg #latimes
via Twitter – January 28, 2009 17:06 CET
@apture looking forward to test whether I can use Apture as a slideshow alternative. Are there any good examples of using it this way?
via Twitter – January 28, 2009 17:02 CET
@onmovabletype which forum do you recommend, this one? http://forums.movabletype.org/
via Twitter – January 28, 2009 16:51 CET
@Asphar den Anruf habe ich gestern auch bekommen. Der Akzent kam mir asiatisch vor. Ich fragte ihn immer nur 'Warum?', bis er auflegte.
via Twitter – January 28, 2009 16:47 CET
Sanddorn Apfelmus ist ne feine Sache, vor allem mit Arborio Milchreispudding. Zudem lacht mich der Mond gerade schief an.
- January 28, 2009 13:03 CET
via Twitter – January 28, 2009 01:34 CET
RT @jaybsauceda Two things everyone should learn....personal finance, and CSS
via Twitter – January 27, 2009 17:19 CET
@dpbkmb ah yes. I'd say worrying is better than accepting that which is worrisome, which is stupor. Worry is a sign of life.
via Twitter – January 27, 2009 15:17 CET
@dpbkmb regarding the Mark Twain quote, what does he mean by "have the widest selection"? Widest share, or choice, or...
via Twitter – January 27, 2009 12:50 CET
found a good use for internal tags. My content strategy is starting to perform to form.
via Twitter – January 27, 2009 12:15 CET
@sesner I agree. Coiffeur Izzet, Gereonswall/Vogteistrasse does the hairdo really well. #friseur
via Twitter – January 27, 2009 10:26 CET
I am implementing the change. "We can't afford distractions and we cannot afford delays" - Obama
via Twitter – January 27, 2009 09:39 CET
At night, when the mind gets invaded by chaos, all that makes sense is pushed to the periphery, and onto paper. That's my time of poetry.
via Twitter – January 26, 2009 18:18 CET
3 x 10 pushups, on my fists. Feel a need for oxygen. Any questions?
via Twitter – January 26, 2009 11:23 CET
I'm packaging Shufflesome stickers. Last week's orders go to the United States, Australia, and France.
via Twitter – January 26, 2009 10:08 CET
Nobody "could have" expected the economic "crisis", right? So why would you believe them now, as they predict a dire year ahead? #econolypse
via Twitter – January 25, 2009 22:45 CET
All right mighty night, take me away.
via Twitter – January 25, 2009 22:32 CET
The red wine, and the onset of the night, interfere with my refusal to let the work go unfinished.
via Twitter – January 25, 2009 12:42 CET
The way the sun glares today, it will beam the economy all the way to a pristine summer of productivity.
via Twitter – January 24, 2009 18:04 CET
@Retweetist how about (# of RTs)/(# of followers)? A ranking based on this would put more weight on the value of a message.
via Twitter – January 24, 2009 12:18 CET
@beausmith Do Vox blogs generally require a Vox account to post comments - I just tried that on your site, or is this your setting? #vox
via Twitter – January 24, 2009 12:12 CET
To optimize your verse to 140 chars before using a Twitter client, you could use Word Counter: http://bit.ly/aFCz. Works with TextEdit. #app
via Twitter – January 24, 2009 11:55 CET
@onmovabletype RT @beausmith [...] SetVar docs updated: http://is.gd/h1Px #mt
via Twitter – January 23, 2009 19:59 CET
@onmovabletype op requires SetVar (http://bit.ly/4pBFhx), so SetVar can't be considered deprecated (http://bit.ly/2Utazs), right?
via Twitter – January 23, 2009 15:26 CET
We think we must fix a negative rate of growth (=recession). In the GDP/capita ratio, why not fix the other number? Can't we talk sex?
via Twitter – January 23, 2009 13:09 CET
reworked my Stylesheet to 95 lines less. Same layout, more efficient. Will I get around to actually writing something today?
via Twitter – January 23, 2009 12:50 CET
@Asphar das war die kaputte Bahn die durchfuhr. Schade, dass die Kölner Verkehrs-Betriebe aktuelle Störungen nicht twittern. #kvb
via Twitter – January 23, 2009 12:20 CET
Business idea: make toilet paper that is half the size. Observe yourself: the pieces are oversized for the job most of the time. #cleantech?
via Twitter – January 22, 2009 13:43 CET
Mowing the grass = crisis management without affecting the turf (turf battle, heard something similar on NPR: Israel versus Palestina)
via Twitter – January 21, 2009 17:42 CET
@dpbkmb you inaugurated me by making first public use of 'RT @Alexome'. I take the oath to protect, defend, and retweet man's mind.
via Twitter – January 21, 2009 13:59 CET
This word-cloud look at the inaugural words from 1789 to the Present is almost perfect: http://bit.ly/jtlf #nyt #information_design
via Twitter – January 20, 2009 20:15 CET
Obama on the plane to the Middle East, with "eyes fixed on the horizon" and a "firefighter's courage to storm a stairway filled with smoke".
via Twitter – January 20, 2009 18:14 CET
Obama's Inaugural Address - word counts: 1xvalues, 1xtruths, 1xprinciples, 3xGod, 2xfree, 3xfreedom, 2xliberty, 2xdanger, 2xfear, 6xwork
via Twitter – January 20, 2009 18:07 CET
RT @dweinberger Exec Summary of speech: Old values unite more than old politics divide. We move forward together. #inaug09
via Twitter – January 20, 2009 16:55 CET
I tried. From here in Germany, there is no way to catch a reliable stream of the Inaugmentation sensation. Connections interrupted.
via Twitter – January 19, 2009 18:53 CET
Back from a walk around the block. My legs loved it. Who is taking over the motion - my mind, will you?
via Twitter – January 19, 2009 14:00 CET
This week, Shufflesome stickers go for super high prices - to the benefit of the welfare of nations, you know. #sale #crazy
via Twitter – January 19, 2009 13:03 CET
Just dropped last week's orders in the mailbox. May the postman act swiftly.
via Twitter – January 19, 2009 11:30 CET
@montymetzger mit dem habe ich im Nov telefoniert. Frage: warum macht er unabhängig vom Projekt exakte finanzielle Vorgaben (z.B Umsatz)?
via Twitter – January 18, 2009 18:11 CET
Why people buy fart apps and don't like high salaries http://bit.ly/FwZz #CNN #justice
via Twitter – January 18, 2009 17:51 CET
[blogging] Über den Zorn der Unlebendigen http://bit.ly/wvJw #arbeitnehmer #glücklichsein
- January 18, 2009 13:48 CET
via Twitter – January 17, 2009 22:18 CET
Photo 11 wets my memories: http://tinyurl.com/6tpvmn #classic_yachts #sailing
via Twitter – January 17, 2009 15:44 CET
[blogging] Wer Langeweile hat, ist langweilig: http://tinyurl.com/94ah4s #employee_retaliation #gallup
via Twitter – January 17, 2009 15:36 CET
Wow, eine Fledermaus fliegt an meinen Fensterrahmen! So gross wie eine Hand. #bats
- January 17, 2009 15:31 CET
via Twitter – January 17, 2009 13:30 CET
Die Null-Bock Einstellung der Arbeitnehmer ist leicht zu erklären. Unsere Kinder werden zu Sozialisten erzogen. http://tinyurl.com/85v43l
via Twitter – January 17, 2009 10:02 CET
@nprpolitics @oleta Would you care to talk to Yaron Brook as to why Obama should take advice from him and not from J.M. Keynes? #economics
via Twitter – January 16, 2009 18:36 CET
@nprpolitics @oleta Would you care to talk to Yaron Brook as to why Obama should pay attention to him and not J.M. Keynes?
via Twitter – January 15, 2009 19:41 CET
@hexodus rt @BigGirlBlue Obama "It is only when you hitch your wagon to something larger than yourself that you will realize your true ...
via Twitter – January 15, 2009 19:24 CET
@hexodus @BigGirlBlue First you should examine the wheels, to make sure the wagon takes you somewhere.
via Twitter – January 15, 2009 19:13 CET
@stoweboyd Wouldn't you prefer to see rt and other tweet traits be appendable to tweets rather than inside the 140 char space?
via Twitter – January 15, 2009 18:56 CET
@yiyinglu Thursday, Eple ;)
via Twitter – January 14, 2009 21:37 CET
@jasonsieckmann your WP configuration does not accept my comment. And your site just drove FF CPU to 170 before I blocked those scripts.
via Twitter – January 14, 2009 20:11 CET
using 'whose' for non-sentient beings sometimes puts me in a loop.
via Twitter – January 14, 2009 20:06 CET
I am an awakening man, reclaiming a flame whose intensity I felt as a boy and whose meaning I only now start to comprehend. #the_matrix
via Twitter – January 14, 2009 19:31 CET
If struggling people prosper by receiving money distributed by the government, why does Obama send his children to school?! #self_reliance
via Twitter – January 14, 2009 10:56 CET
It's sickening to listen to news commentators intellectualizing the war on terror, happily avoiding the basic questions. #patriotic_sheep
via Twitter – January 13, 2009 21:39 CET
Why, @hillaryclinton, would Iran with nuclear weapons be unacceptable? A right to bluff aggressors like you is unalienable. Check out 1776.
via Twitter – January 12, 2009 20:26 CET
@dpbkmb btw Things tells me when to change sheets-regularly: culturedcode.com/things/. That keeps my dreams clean.
via Twitter – January 12, 2009 20:04 CET
@dpbkmb yours indicates that you spend most of your nights in other people's sheets. Mine indicates that I imagine doing so.
via Twitter – January 12, 2009 18:57 CET
@dpbkmb oh ha, where? Can you give me a lift to the webpage? #link_request
via Twitter – January 12, 2009 18:50 CET
Dem Wildschwein sein Huf ist des Designers seine Metzgerpfote #gründlich_deutsch #dtc
via Twitter – January 11, 2009 19:45 CET
Following the debate about the right use of force: @PeterSantilli versus @amoyal
via Twitter – January 11, 2009 17:47 CET
Noodles tonight. With garlic by the grace of god! And carrots for good looks.
via Twitter – January 11, 2009 14:48 CET
They want u to sacrifice. Ur reply? a) Nuff of that. I'm moving to Denmark. b) I can't wait to serve "my country". c) Everything is relative
via Twitter – January 10, 2009 15:21 CET
I sit on a pneumatic stool, looking at all kinds of instrumentation. I like the digital surface.
via Twitter – January 10, 2009 15:13 CET
The sun scrapes the rooftop, while I paint an arrow and U2 plays: All I want is you.
via Twitter – January 09, 2009 17:25 CET
Krugman is wrong, because an economy's potential should not be the benchmark for judging its performance. http://bit.ly/nOXz.
via Twitter – January 07, 2009 19:47 CET
@apture data loss? How do you ensure my links would not be lost? Got an answer to my e-mail?
via Twitter – January 07, 2009 09:33 CET
Does anybody want large notebooks? Yope. Large displays? Yep. All above 13'' is bad design. I'd pref attachabl display, battery, HD #modules
via Twitter – January 06, 2009 12:43 CET
@hexodus maybe you're onto something without knowing it yet... the need/demand for living a principled life is enormous in my view.
via Twitter – January 06, 2009 12:33 CET
Germany's second largest Public University has exactly only one book by Ayn Rand in its libraries. Hegel, Marx... lots. #ayn_rand
via Twitter – January 05, 2009 20:00 CET
@hexodus of what do you make millions in the philosophy industry?
via Twitter – January 04, 2009 21:30 CET
@hexodus Rationality in economic models is not a reason to despair. Take a look at behavioral economics. Faith?? Models are like movies ;)
via Twitter – January 02, 2009 15:19 CET
Meaning of technology: None, except of increasing the cost of participating in the world? Hmm... NDIR #3140, future-hype.com #handicap
via Twitter – January 02, 2009 15:08 CET
Planes today carry us no faster than planes 50 years ago?
via Twitter – January 02, 2009 13:54 CET
90% of learning takes place beneath awareness ... our intellect trails what is already about to happen-NDIR #2040 http://tinyurl.com/7l9e8l
via Twitter – January 01, 2009 14:20 CET
@stoweboyd what, in regards to goals, is calvinist? What is too calvinist?
via Twitter – January 01, 2009 13:55 CET
Resolution for 2009: approach people as if they could read my mind