The short-form week of 8–14 Sep 2014

15 Sep 2014; last modified 18 Sep 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 Wednesday at 04:40am

Capsule review of the BA 787: least comfortable coach seat I have had in a long time. All 9+ hours of it..—@ndw
@ndw Sympathies. 9hrs too!—@dpawson

Wednesday at 05:17am

With ubiquitous online wearables, any pretense that the web is something we contribute to goes away. We are tracked and we consume—@Pinboard

Wednesday at 07:46am

@j4 // FIXME: This can't possibly be right—@ndw

Wednesday at 02:12pm

Yes I suppose it's odd that atheists sometimes say Jesus, and Oh My God. But odder than the religious saying "let's be reasonable"?—@hughlaurie

Wednesday at 03:57pm

RT @EFF: Hate that little spinning wheel? Without net neutrality, you'd have to get used to it. Take action https://t.co/KCZOuRp6ve #Intern—@ndw

Wednesday at 09:22pm

Alrighty folks what a developer gotta do to get 900 followers? Gotta catch up with @ndw. I know, he's like the EF Hutton of XML, but still!—@peteaven

Thursday at 02:47pm

@doriantaylor hmmm, from my feed, I guess @mnot rfc4229 and @ndw rfc3151.txt—@gridinoc

Saturday at 05:42am

@xmlgrrl @xmlsummerschool @laurendw Welcome to this side of the pond! See you tomorrow!—@ndw

Saturday at 02:44pm

Think some tribe just prefer random fairy story instead of make learn actual fact.—@PlioceneBloke

Saturday at 03:40pm

English are pragmatic people, but are notorious for aversion to change, particularly when stationery is involved. http://t.co/aAqHkYx2q7 —@trieloff

Saturday at 03:47pm

RT @mnot: It would be cool if they painted the outlines and names of streets above on the ceilings of metro/tube/subway stations to help yo…—@ndw