The week in review, 140 characters at a time. This week, 4 messages in 11 conversations. (With 7 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 11:59am

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In honor of Palindrome Week here is a 500-word palindrome from my first book, This Is A Book By Demetri Martin. http://t.co/CAOsftqhSe —@DemetriMartin

Tuesday at 01:00pm

Failed to give AA my global entry number. Punishment: no TSAPreCheck.—@ndw

Tuesday at 01:04pm

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Being alive is fucking brilliant. And then it ends. For ever. Our atoms scattered around the universe and used for other shit. Perfect. :)—@rickygervais

Tuesday at 04:14pm

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Achievement unlocked: "Found what you were looking for on an internal wiki"—@sluicing

Tuesday at 10:20pm

RT @gregpak: If a politician tries to limit your ability to vote, that's a strong signal to do everything you can to vote against him/her.—@ndw

Wednesday at 03:02pm

I'm mostly satisfied with #KDE but I would really be happier if I could fix this #Emacs font issue. #toobig #help http://t.co/KCwnVpWZiq —@ndw

Friday at 06:24pm

RT @acoyne: An honest man does not choose to be honest, as one possible course among others, any more than a kind man considers whether to …—@ndw

Friday at 08:16pm

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Weekly reminder, but #YOLO “@iamdevloper: A diagram to decide whether or not you should deploy on a Friday at 5pm http://t.co/0xRELfQuqr” —@aliciatweet

Saturday at 08:37am

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You know you are a computer nerd when you watch your odometer roll over to 65536 and were half hoping it overflowed to zero.—@wmperry

Saturday at 08:20pm

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If churches paid taxes. #atheism http://t.co/ZpO5Xc7zdK —@denyreligion

Sunday at 02:54pm

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“The penalty for not participating in politics is to be governed by your inferiors" - Plato http://t.co/XtmtCIQn0R —@marcuschown

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

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