Recent tweets

Saturday 30 October 2010

Recent tweets of potential interest:

¶  Bye MS: "[Fitting a square peg into a round hole] can be done but only at major cost to both the peg and the hole." - (Oct 22)

¶  Anyone know the answer to my oddball French comics question: what's up with the tire and two sticks? Answer: (Oct 03)

¶  So true: RT @pheinberg: "There are only two hard problems in Computer Science: cache invalidation, naming things, and off-by-one errors." (Sep 30)

¶  Gotta love CSS humor: RT @sgalineau: Hot. Even works in IE6! RT @zeldman The 997 Grid System #css #grid (Sep 24)

¶  RT @duganesque: RT @bob_hancock: A Java programer meets Django. (Sep 06)

¶  RT @r1chardj0n3s: Penn and Teller take on vaccines - <= Excellent stuff. Should be required viewing. (Sep 01)

¶  RT @dweinberger: Incredible 3D lightshow. A building becomes a toon. (Aug 29)

¶  No arms, no legs, no worries: (Aug 28)

¶  No Rubik's cube needs more than 20 moves to solve, God's number = 20: (Aug 10)

¶  Detailed analysis of the real-world cave locations in the original Colossal Cave text adventure: (Jul 31)

¶  Whoa: play until it explodes: (Jul 28)

¶  Oh the humanity... RT @sgalineau: likes ! RT @happycog Swashes and flourishes? Say hello to 2010 OpenType Comic Sans. (Jul 22)


Nate Eagleson 12:31 PM on 1 Nov 2010

Thanks, Ned. Like the last Twitterdump, this one has some really great stuff in it.

The "No Arms, No Legs, No Problem" link has reminded me, for at least a few minutes, that I really don't have any reasons to be anything but satisfied with my life. I already knew that, but sometimes a reminder can make it easier to remember, and to live that way.

Andriy Drozdyuk 10:01 AM on 24 Nov 2010

As always, great tweets! Thanks for saving me that time from browsing twitter.

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