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/17wRLy #
  • 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.sysomos.com/insidetwitter/ | 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. #