The short-form week of 27 Feb–4 Mar 2012

05 Mar 2012; last modified 07 Mar 2012

The week in review, 140 characters at a time.

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.

In a conversation that started on Thursday at 10:06am

Third rainy day at #Atta. Chances increase to see the rare Blue Poison Dart Frog #Guyana #fb—@ttso
@ttso I get more and more jealous with every tweet :-)—@ndw
@ndw There's a cure for that: book a trip yourself. Sooner than later 'cos the so-called 'progress' is approaching rapidly.—@ttso

In a conversation that started on Monday at 04:05pm

Monday. With the suck removed. http://t.co/xZ8xLysK—@ndw
@ndw Beautiful. Is the water warm?—@bsletten
@ndw In a meeting -- "Norm's... not here"—@grechaw

Tuesday at 03:15pm

If you manage a physical location, a tourist attraction, for example, and your website doesn't include the fsking address, you're an idiot!—@ndw

Wednesday at 12:15pm

It's not all sunsets at the beach. http://t.co/1Me5jjMI—@ndw

Wednesday at 01:18pm

Won't delete my Google Web History. I'm a privacy defeatist: All my personal details are already owned and exploited by major corporations.—@jeresig

In a conversation that started on Wednesday at 01:56pm

Dumb question. I accidentally deleted the "applications" button on my #android tablet. How the heck do I get it back?—@ndw
Probably an app for that. Oh, oops :-) QT @ndw: Dumb question. I accidentally deleted the "applications" button on my #android tablet.—@docum3nt
@ndw search for your application manager, and then put it back on the desktop.—@JeanKaplansky
@ndw holding your finger down on the screen does a lot of different things in different android situations- have fun with your sun and trees—@davidpflaherty

In a conversation that started on Wednesday at 02:02pm

"Respect for 'faith' equals respect for ignorance and dogmatic refusal to question. What’s to respect about that?" -Ophelia Benson—@ndw
@ndw Respect for faith means that even your stupid ignorance of your biases could be overcame and we won't beat you over your head. ;)—@mcepl
@mcepl I'm aware of my biases and make allowances for them.—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Wednesday at 02:07pm

I saw the assertion that #kickstarter funded more arts than the National Endowment. If true, I assert the end of civilization. By definition—@ndw
@ndw #kickstarter churchill springs to mind—@monkchips

In a conversation that started on Wednesday at 02:08pm

Does my complete ignorance about The Hunger Games mark me as more than usually clueless and square?—@ndw
@ndw No, it means that you have little or no pre-teen contact in you life, mist likely.—@collwhit
@ndw re: Hunger Games. Nah. Just means you're not a teenage girl.—@JeanKaplansky

In a conversation that started on Thursday at 09:39am

OH local taking pic w/phone "Just another crappy day in paradise; I'm gonna send this one to my brother in the states." http://t.co/bfNNWYIr—@ndw
@ndw enjoying your vacay from Snowmageddon. Keep the pics coming.—@JeanKaplansky

In a conversation that started on Thursday at 02:34pm

I hate myself for submitting to TSA thuggery: it's not the act of a free, dignified person.—@kendall
@kendall I hear you. Nudie scanners at BDL now (my tax dollars wasted). Felt good to refuse and watch them scramble around to deal.—@ndw

Thursday at 03:06pm

Bruised, battered, and burnt, but I did mostly succeed on the stand-up paddle board. Eventually. Mostly. #vacationtales—@ndw

Saturday at 06:43am

Saturday at 04:20pm

Trunk Bay, St John. http://t.co/TyNHo1ri #as #good #as #it #gets—@ndw

Saturday at 08:01pm

Censorship is surveillance, and privacy is a public health problem http://t.co/Vwrbm3jk—@ndw

Saturday at 11:40pm

The #Social #Media Daily is out! http://t.co/E76ftXgV ▸ Top stories today via @wikicfp @libbymiller @ndw—@selvers

In a conversation that started on Sunday at 09:10pm

I love @github but… this is their vulnerability. And they take people's money. Rails is free. Just some food for thought.—@bphogan
@bphogan @github I'm having a hard time seeing that as an apples to apples comparison. But I'd also like more sites to take my money.—@ndw
@ndw I just think there are a lot of folks passing the blame on to Rails. Rails has enough of its own problems.—@bphogan