• 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
    #fail internetmarke.deutschepost.de

  • 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 26, 2009 19:50 CET
    Now that was beautiful: http://bit.ly/1IiPVx Haha! Ok, back to work.

  • 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 you others doing?

  • 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 €œgo 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 07, 2009 22:13 CET
    Theatre: my projects and thoughts on its value: http://bit.ly/xz2i3

  • 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

    Rapid & Reviving

  • 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 17:06 CET
    "more information will be generated in 2009, than was created in the past 5,000 years." via @apture blog: http://bit.ly/YvW1v

  • via Twitter – March 14, 2009 05:21 CET
    America, instead of thanking Jon Stewart (without knowing why), you could impress by understanding Yaron Brook: http://tinyurl.com/c5d956

  • 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 [...] "€œYou 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 02, 2009 14:02 CET
    Shufflesome stickers just left for Germany and the United Kingdom. This week 6 designs for the price of nirvana: bit.ly/hCrt

  • 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 "€œAnimal 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

    Knocking on holier than thou Gates

  • 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

    Of chops and chats

  • 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 17:11 CET
    This week at shufflesome.com: WTF! pricing

  • 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] ܜber den Zorn der Unlebendigen http://bit.ly/wvJw #arbeitnehmer #glücklichsein

  • January 18, 2009 13:48 CET

    High salaries are high

  • 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

    Ich arbeite, also bin ich nicht

  • 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 19:20 CET
    New postage prices due to Deutsche Post changing its postage rates icanhaz.com/shflsm_postage

  • 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