2012-10-03T19:12:30+00:00 To: PublicYou know I'm having a busy day when I check in on Foursquare at the train in the am, and then on the way home in the pm and nowhere else
2012-10-02T18:49:54+00:00 To: PublicRT @amyrosebrown: Dear people who use the winky face emoticon in professional correspondence: Quit it I am scared. [I confess to doing this]
2012-10-02T18:39:57+00:00 To: PublicIs there some equivalent to Dunbar's # for how many IM windows you can keep open and active at once? #lazyweb
2012-10-01T17:05:45+00:00 To: PublicThere's nothing quite like the first day back from vacation.
2012-09-29T20:30:40+00:00 To: PublicStill something wrong at the heart of my Git/SVN workflow for WordPress plugin repo. Shouldn't be this hard
2012-09-29T20:30:39+00:00 To: Public@NatAttack Why not?
2012-09-29T20:30:37+00:00 To: PublicFound out the shooter in Minnesota grew up a few blocks from me in Richfield, but years younger so I didn't really know him
2012-09-28T20:27:09+00:00 To: PublicStanding Cloud with Soario can stand up symphony on Virtual private cloud (multiple underlying providers)
2012-09-28T20:16:53+00:00 To: Public@circa1977 I'm going to have to try it out more myself before I'd recommend it for any short lists
2012-09-28T19:56:22+00:00 To: PublicSymphonyAE (Agency Edition) and Soario Connect == Acquia Drupal and Acquia Network but for Symphony CMS
2012-09-28T18:02:40+00:00 To: Public@jlbruno True. They need to gamify that sucker. Points and badges for endorsing people
2012-09-28T17:52:38+00:00 To: PublicOne could spend hours just endorsing skillsets of one's former colleagues on linked in. Worth it?
2012-09-28T17:52:38+00:00 To: PublicWhenever I hear Germans pronouncing Adidas (ah-dee-DAS) it makes me think of Molecular/Isobar
2012-09-28T17:52:36+00:00 To: Public@fredhq Can In "endorse" Fred for "quick answers" and "brevity"?
2012-09-28T17:41:14+00:00 To: PublicSymphony Symposium now shifts to case studies from agencies using Symphony #sym2012 http://t.co/gVKzoVkT
2012-09-28T17:41:08+00:00 To: PublicIn commercial software, you'd never end up with http://t.co/HSeTiOcn (Symfony) and http://t.co/MRmkV9xG (Symphony) in vaguely the same area
2012-09-28T17:31:06+00:00 To: PublicSymphonyCMS relies heavily on XSLT and XML - but XSLT can be divisive. Love it or hate it kind of scenario. #sym2012
2012-09-28T17:21:13+00:00 To: PublicWhere symphony fits into CMS space http://t.co/nUamYXHV
2012-09-28T17:21:12+00:00 To: PublicThe team spent 18 months going from proprietary origin in TypeWorks to open source Symphony CMS
2012-09-28T17:21:05+00:00 To: PublicOver 40% of the core working group for Symphony CMS is German. Does that mean good engineering?