The short-form week of 17–23 Feb 2014

24 Feb 2014; last modified 28 Feb 2014

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 Monday at 12:02pm

Oh good god it's another javascript and java are not the same how the hell did you get hired i am going to plot your demise kind of day.—@infosecjerk

Monday at 11:43pm

Brilliant currency defacements—@doctorow

In a conversation that started on Tuesday at 03:01am

Goodbye Prague. See you next year! #xmlprague—@ndw
@ndw Safe flight Norm and thanks for coming to Prague.—@jirkakosek

In a conversation that started on Tuesday at 03:12am

Taxi pulled over at random traffic stop "for control documents". Glad I always leave early for the airport.—@ndw
@ndw Your documents or theirs?—@adamretter
@adamretter The driver's!—@ndw

Tuesday at 04:06pm

I seem to remember @ndw mentioning this absurdity.—@aljopainter

Wednesday at 02:10pm

Everything would get a lot easier if the world precipitously adopted XQuery.—@grechaw

Wednesday at 10:28pm

"Your manuscript changes tense so indiscriminately it's like time travel having trouble with the clutch." @angry_prof—@AcademicsSay

Thursday at 02:24am

Four user needs with network effects which many modern web pages break: hyperlinks, resizing an image, allowing cut and paste and scrolling.—@psd

Thursday at 04:14am

Rhino test.—@ndw

Friday at 08:31am

In XQuery, comments are demarcated by opening and closing smileys (: like this :) which makes your code cheery.—@documentvector

Friday at 12:34pm

Hello EWR. One leg to go. #almosthome—@ndw

Friday at 04:23pm

EWR, another airport for the "not in winter list." #sigh—@ndw

Friday at 06:49pm

OH "I hope not, because if that's true, I was way to drunk to be shooting." *shudder*—@ndw

Saturday at 09:18pm

Still really bummed to see @ndw so depressed about the current state of the web in #xmlprague...—@adamretter