Respect is often free, but trust is always earned.
Additional nerd driving rule: Left turns are the devil. cc: #many
My nerd driving rules: never ever backtrack, longer alternate routes are always better than not moving, and there’s always a faster way.
“Now, as in 1776, 1861, 1932 and 1941, America’s best days lie ahead” : http://t.co/KIAdOSO
Instagram — worth it: http://t.co/8Ha2EJs
All you have are small clues about who they think you are.
Finally saw Zombieland — exceptional.
Making a list of the worst management characteristics and looking for yours: http://t.co/k5RzRCF
Constraints are the universe’s way of reminding you to try harder.
If you want to better understand humans, try building software for them.
Thunderbolt. The next generation of I/O that will further increase my impressive box of discarded white cables.
It’d be gorgeous except it’s not supposed to be there: http://t.co/UbaSOgr
Translation: “It’s not worth it” : http://t.co/WJT6f4S
Ego is weakness asking for attention.
Shawn Blanc goes indie… and that’s awesome: http://t.co/R4T3YRL
When the Wisconsin state police take over the capitol, I think we’ll admit there’s a problem.
Yes, Webstock was amazing: http://t.co/a7E1RKZ
Whenever I login with Facebook, I feel like I’m losing.
No one has better plan for you than you.
I’ve got one charge left: http://t.co/kNSNz5T
Fully-modelled layers of meat and muscle rendered on their bodies, multi-layered damage system with real-time injuries: http://t.co/yP2OMhQ
Ice Safety: http://t.co/7ttsTEL
iPhone app reorg complete — two pages: page 1 is commonly used apps, no groups — page 2: all groups (thank you @marcoarment)
“Tiff’s responsible for anything soft, pretty, or time-based.” (@marcoarment)
Life is the little details that you will not notice. (inspired by @aucmill)
@berkun My twitter rule is “make sure to sound like a fortune cookie”
Really my only email rule is — ‘think before you hit send’.
Yeah, not happy about that.
The jitters keep me humble.
Hello #webstock. I’m very happy to be here… but getting here is exhausting. Also, I seemed to have misplaced a Saturday.
“Poets may be delightful creatures in the meadow or the garret, but they are menaces on the assembly line”: http://t.co/rYTwb6D
I am moving an impressive amount of bits hither and fro in preparation for the flight to New Zealand.
By far my most useful playlist — what’s yours? http://t.co/gLzYRzA
Leaders lead. Managers, well, manage.
Rather than explain — explore: http://t.co/VCFhEmx
There’s an expiration date on your job.
Absolutely no clue why I haven’t been rabidly using 1Password until today.
The shaving section of Quora is surprisingly good: http://t.co/mQ4Rwxe
Take that Beijing: http://t.co/cgcxa1r
The freakout is a terrific way to burn calories… uselessly.
Wolverine or 2 Bat Men? http://t.co/u9Si4nQ
Never underestimate the value of removing friction from your day.
Still the best half-time show in my lifetime: http://t.co/LEltDIh
Someone’s drunk at the mixing panel for the Black Eyed Peas.
How did the dinosaurs die? http://t.co/ralPIFe
Looking for a star.me invite…
Understand there’s a point where email is doing more harm than good with regard to a complex topic.
Life without art… http://t.co/ta0cwM6
Every couple of weeks, I return to the Pixel Rig group to see the awesome folks are building for themselves: http://t.co/muBaxne
And that’s the greatest lie of the Noise. The idea that listening and reacting to the Noise is significant progress: http://t.co/dewgmKj
For the love of code: http://t.co/bNsTQEu
My assumption is the answer to all unanswered email is a passive-aggressive “No”.
Lanyard has officially crossed the useful threshold for me: http://t.co/jnoUY2o