Twitter – September 11, 2010

  • Working on a new post: "My Dog Ate My Administrative Overhead". And yes, I know I have a lot of posts-in-progress. #
  • Reading "Songbird Journeys" by Miyoko Chu. So far, I'm getting the magic of these little guys' lives. Tweet-Tweet. #
  • @KellyDiels +1 for "lifestyle choice", but an emphatic -1 for discrimination from people on either side of this river. 🙂 in reply to KellyDiels #
  • I'm at the point in my career where I no longer use "Dummies" books, so that's pretty cool. #
  • RE: @hadarvc I tend to be a fan of unlimited plans, but only because we don't have readily available data usage monito… http://disq.us/m4i61 #
  • Quicken is very quirky – sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. And vice-versa. #
  • On the train – the guy across the aisle is listening to static and garbage cans. Wish I was mayor here and could tell him to stop. #
  • Another Lesson for Life from the software development community: Why Write Code When You Can Remove Some? http://bit.ly/7WOYmh #
  • In a few more years, URL's will only be of interest to software developers; everyone else will be back to the old AOL keyword system. #
  • Having the kind of morning that's gonna drive me to buy someone a drink. #
  • Dear FileMaker, You are weird. Love.. <scratch that> From, Me #