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

My Twittering

  • 20:48 Okay, I changed the schedule on LoudTwitter. Hopefully there's no longer a one-day lag from Twitter to LJ. #
  • 20:49 Tonight's meal was salmon stir-fried with rice and vegetables. Sesame oil, spices. A little too bland. #
  • 21:24 Minna and I have a decent sum of money to invest. We're thinking to split among index funds and CDs. Advice? #
  • 21:27 As a note- I'm not interested in retirement accounts. I don't want to lock my money behind a wall. This should remain liquid. #
  • 11:10 My fan has stopped making strange noises. My diagnostic software tells me it's still working. My laptop isn't melting. All is right with ... #
  • 14:34 So "blah" today. All weekend really. #
Twitter is useful. Visit me there.

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