Feb 19

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-02-19

  • Time in Pennsylvania is measured in trips to wawa. #
  • Cablevision patent suggests mobile phone-over-wifi service: http://t.co/CmWe4yOo #
  • How To Stay Positive When It's A Negative Environment At Work http://t.co/rCsrWY45 #
  • RT @best_of_mlkshk: http://t.co/F1YaUGKy has 20 likes: "Toto" @halsted #
  • Drifting with the tide, Never quite knowing why. Sometimes it makes no sense at all. #
  • Corgi Friday on Pinterest remains one of the best things on the internet. 🙂 http://t.co/uPPVYmSN #
  • Been some really good presentations at class tonight. Am getting concerned that it's 9:21 and we have 4 left to go, though. 🙂 #
  • I am a traveler of both time and space, to be where I have been. #
  • Very impressed that facilitator managed to get 3 chapters and 8 presentations into 4 hours on the nose!!! #
  • Let's hear interesting work restroom stories. I worked at a pet store where the toilet was in the middle of the storeroom – no door. #
  • Book quote of the day, from @byharryconnolly : "There are some problems that can only be solved by a shallow grave in the desert." #
Feb 05

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-02-05

  • Is it egotistical of me to look at these new online courses taught for free by major universities, and think that is a viable career path? #
  • The older I get, the more effect song lyrics have on me. I think I've never been a lyrics guy simply out of self-defense. #
  • This is the most random class discussion of all time. I am honestly wondering what this class is about anymore. #
  • Now into 35th minute of hearing one students' job woes. Supposed to cover 3 chapters tonight, just finished one. #
  • New experience: "Ooh, this drink is tasty, I should find out more!" "Hey, why is the first link I find in Google a safety recall for it!?" #
  • Things I hate about working with lawyers: L1: "My interpretation of this law is X". L2: "What? Only an idiot wouldn't interpret it as Y." #
  • Me: "Is there any caselaw to guide this?" L1: "There is no record of this law ever being enforced." Me: "Why are we talking, again?" #
  • What would happen if we treated every day of software coding as being as expensive as every day of shooting a Hollywood film? #