The week in review, 140 characters at a time. This week, 4 messages in 9 conversations. (With 6 favorites.)

This document was created automatically from my archive of my Twitter stream. Due to limitations in the Twitter API and occasional glitches in my archiving system, it may not be 100% complete.

Tuesday at 07:21am

How To Determine If Your Religious Liberty Is Being Threatened In Just 10 Quick Questions —@nazgul

In a conversation that started on Wednesday at 12:59pm

AFAICT, Rhino and Nashorn are the only JVM-based JavaScript impls and neither has any support for DOM construction/manipulation. Am I wrong?—@ndw
@ndw No, Walter, yr not wrong...—@kendall
@kendall Well rats. Thought it would be fun to let users implement extenion steps for XML Calabash in JavaScript, but I guess not.—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Wednesday at 01:16pm

I blogged! Here's my thoughts on standardizing annotations, which I've been obsessing over —@shepazu
@shepazu I've wanted annotations since forever. Can't make the workshop but looking forward to seeing progress.—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Wednesday at 05:48pm

@RichardDawkins Muslims get upset over the FICTIONAL destruction of a pendent in a pop video: —@JadedPhilosophy
@JadedPhilosophy @RichardDawkins It's cute when people fail to understand their fairy tales don't deserve respect. #ignorant #sad #funny —@DocOnSkis

In a conversation that started on Wednesday at 06:46pm

Dinner and debauchery—@datablick
@datablick A perfect combination.—@ndw

Thursday at 05:21pm

Thus spake Zarathustra. To a stranger. On the bus. Who changed seats.—@NeinQuarterly

Friday at 05:34am

I've got a lot of time for the person who created this horse's head squirrel feeder —@lukelewis

Friday at 06:24am

What if I lose my "What if there were no hypothetical questions?" badge?—@psd

Saturday at 07:58am

I want to commit a thought crime, but I don't know any.—@kendall

See also: the previous week's review or the next week's review.

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