The short-form week of 11–17 Apr 2016

18 Apr 2016; last modified 02 May 2016

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.

Monday at 10:21pm

Right. Deleting that app now. https://t.co/OMccTJvm7e —@ndw

In a conversation that started on Tuesday at 09:25am

I have 'script: gradle dist' in my .travis.yml file but @travisci runs 'gradle assemble' anyway. WTF? (ndw/xinclude)—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Tuesday at 09:38am

"Lies, damned lies, and scans." Wow. https://t.co/alfGUFfk5I —@ndw
@ndw In which we learn that there still are photocopiers being sold. Shocker.—@avernet

Tuesday at 09:39am

RT @josephkerski: Too cool… Photographs of the sun at the same time every day for 365 days. #geography https://t.co/kJBOmAxbIi —@ndw

Wednesday at 03:39pm

RT @PinPopular: The dirty little se https://t.co/EayYiqmUEp —@ndw

In a conversation that started on Wednesday at 03:42pm

@uogbuji @ionrock Brief. Wow. Now there's a blast from the past. Was my favorite editor for years before I knew what Emacs was.—@ndw
.@ndw @ionrock Oh yes! I still dream one day of finding a text editor I like as much as I liked Brief. Starting to wonder if ever.—@uogbuji

Friday at 01:00am

If 100 people lived on earth. https://t.co/r4pwircJEG —@FascinatingVids

Saturday at 09:51pm

UC Davis tries to scrub pepper-spray incident from web, so now it's the top result on Google https://t.co/5Z8z80hvCW https://t.co/IhRgWmkpoa —@AnonyMobLife

Sunday at 08:32pm

@FakeUnicode @roessler @fenix_app It gets back to here https://t.co/fpO5CgJ4In then the web and Fenix diverge. Reply to dd9000 is the last.—@ndw

Sunday at 10:53pm

RT @TwinMadeFilms: This really makes me want a coffee table book that's filled with photography of greenscreen people working on sets https…—@ndw

Wednesday at 10:12am

"Homeopathic owl." There are days when I think I've heard everything. And there are days when I know I'm wrong. https://t.co/MjI2S5wjpD —@ndw