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

My Twittering

  • 20:37 Tomorrow may be really painful. My first working day on Dvorak. #
  • 21:25 Wow, the Colts are getting owned. #
  • 22:22 Dvorak is starting to seem inconvenient. It doesn't leand itself to odd laptop postures. Maybe with more experience? #
  • 13:18 Hungarian notation must die. It is a stone tool in the iron age. #
  • 14:37 I am looking at a database that wasn't designed, so much as "splattered against the pavement". #
  • 15:41 A full day of work on Dvorak. It hurt, but it's over. #
Twitter is useful. Visit me there.

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