How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

My Twittering

  • 21:37 t3knomanser: If I made a copy/paste hack for #iPhone apps, I would have made it web based. Slow, but SDK .. #
  • 21:37 t3knomanser: Okay, I'm giving #identifox a try. I already hate the UI. #
  • 21:37 t3knomanser: And the #identifox keyboard shortcuts don't work. #
  • 07:41 t3knomanser: Hello World. Friends don't let friends deploy .NET web services that interface COM objects. #
  • 09:44 t3knomanser: okay, got the test server updated. Now I can move the COM+ components to PROD. Then I can update the web service... #
  • 09:45 t3knomanser: #weird shit right there. #
  • 11:43 t3knomanser: Explain to me why it takes multiple DAYS for people to get a fax? #
  • 11:43 t3knomanser: Okay, I've learned to love #identifox, but now it's logging me out for no reason? #
  • 13:46 t3knomanser: I'm nearing the end of #ßehemoth by Peter #Watts, which is the end of the #Rifter series. Awesome stuff. #
  • 15:40 t3knomanser: Okay. FINALLY I have the #COM in production.Once the users approve, I can move the #webservice up and let the #bi.. #
  • 15:40 t3knomanser: Ugh, I figured out why #identifox is dropping my connection with #identica. Damn proxy at work is breaking the link. #
  • 15:40 t3knomanser: YAY! The #COM libraries I promoted blew up. #
  • 15:40 t3knomanser: Okay, my screw up is rolled back. Everything works, and I can figure out why on Monday. Now? Big ass martini time. #
  • 19:38 t3knomanser: Huh. #identifox also drops off even at home. Anyone else having connectivity problems with it? #
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