This Week in Tweetsville (2009−07−10)

  • Work­ing on the lap­top out my patio this morn­ing… why haven’t I done more of that this sea­son? #
  • Read­ing: Great Amer­i­can Bub­ble Machine: how Gold­man Sachs engi­neered evry major mrkt manip­u­la­tion since Great Depres­sion http://​bit​.ly/​TaUIc #
  • Dell takes $3Million in sales via Twit­ter; $1Million of that in the past 6 months. http://​bit​.ly/​OMsWf #
  • RT @presentationzen: A pie chart of pro­cras­ti­na­tion http://​post​.ly/16VO #
  • Cheap Trick to release new album on 8-Track: nice attention-getter. http://​bit​.ly/​1​7wRLy #
  • Remem­ber the old days when Michael Jack­son was weird in a creepy kind of way? (Now I’ve tweeted MJ, that leaves ~11 twit­ter­ers yet to tweet) #
  • Com­puServe signs off: AOL shut­ters clas­sic dial-up provider http://​bit​.ly/​2CShQ | End of an Inter­net era. #
  • Could Fire­fox 3.5 Spark a Web Design Boom? http://​bit​.ly/​QzhB7 | OMG, a designer’s dream come true… espe­cially for font-lovers. #
  • RT @obsrvationalist: sorry, I can’t com­mit to that (repeat as nec­es­sary) #
  • Inside Twit­ter: An In-Depth Look Inside the Twit­ter World http://​www​.syso​mos​.com/​i​n​s​i​d​e​t​w​i​tter/ | excel­lent sta­tis­ti­cal insights to be found #
  • RT @obsrvationalist: telling some­one they can do any­thing is not the same as giv­ing them per­mis­sion #
  • Client meet­ing this morn­ing, just doing some prep now… and new biz cards are ready for pickup! #
  • Enjoy­ing a book more, now that the author’s rhetoric has begun to align more with my own. #