The short-form week of 9–15 May 2016

16 May 2016; last modified 24 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 01:36am

RT @ivan_hernandez: I'm proBernie but would vote Hillary as I am a one issue voter and that issue is not opening the seventh seal and usher…—@ndw

Monday at 08:58am

This is your weekly reminder: Ever wanted to go back in time and stop Hitler? You can do that today, no time machine or paradoxes needed.—@bitworking

Monday at 07:45pm

@briansuda Very nice.—@ndw

Thursday at 03:27pm

Software over-architecting: the art of spending too long writing too much code that still fails to meet requirements that you don't have yet—@etrepum

Friday at 09:34am

Unsolicited email: "Good wishes to you and Sun Microsystems, Inc.! " Another recruiter fail.—@ndw

Saturday at 06:00am

Saturday at 10:56am

RT @janl: “Privilege is the human version of ‘works on my machine’” — @lrnrd #jsconfbp —@ndw

Saturday at 10:57am

RT @WalterStephanie: Accessibility matters. I love this illustration showing that everybody can have difficulties h…—@ndw

Saturday at 11:01am

RT @johnregehr: too cool: magnet-based Rube Goldberg machines —@ndw

In a conversation that started on Saturday at 04:56pm

I wonder if it would be practical to algorithmically generate one of those business books you see in airport book stores.—@ndw
@ndw They generate accepted scientific papers. Who’s harder to fool: scientists or businesses?—@shanecurcuru
@ndw Who says they're not already "written" that way?—@collwhit
@collwhit you have a point.—@ndw

Saturday at 06:26pm

So. @AmericanAirlines is really playing a remarkable game of musical planes. B20! No! B22! B20! Etc. Not sure who's fault amateur hour is.—@ndw

Thursday at 07:32am

RT @jsoverson: Web dev, where every stupid little thing you need to do is so complicated a web page exists for it… —@ndw