My current definition of Badass: http://t.co/5KznA6Xi
A Precious Hour: http://t.co/qdtDRiX8
Banksy on Advertising: http://t.co/egJV5PpX
An interview with Scott Berkun: http://t.co/X8y67Vkg
An open terminal window calms me down.
You’ve been wasting your life. #FiveWordTEDTalks
Writing a piece about being busy. My question is: how do you know when you are really busy?
Best Kickstarter Ever: http://t.co/CUt92gbu
halvorson Life is too short to act dismissively towards others, but whatever.
Listen first, know your friends, nothing is private, stay on guard, don’t feed trolls, create more than you consume: http://t.co/zu5sFcRY
Clarko Meryl Streep’s tears are the only known cure to basilisk venom.
Stuff Instagramers Say: http://t.co/Kwh9zYRh
Looks like the Academy really liked the cover of Steve Job’s book.
When you say “We need to focus on virality,” I hear “Our product might suck.”
Deadlines kill quality.
You will be fooled by a trick if it involves more time, money and practice than you would be willing to invest: http://t.co/P5YmDP4z
The lengths that I’ll go to avoid calling customer or technical support are impressive.
@stubbornella 1:1s are weekly, but more importantly consistently. Inconsistent comms are often worse than no comms.
I like the part when Flash loading brings my multi-quad-core system to a halt.
The state of being busy is seductive.
Your nightly dose of awesome: http://t.co/L3nxw79U
I apologize in advance for “Food On My Dog”: http://t.co/E9AUppa1
Google has a secret laboratory where it is working on robots, space elevators… and goggles: http://t.co/RDHIVPBY
Secrets are disruptive, but mystery is delicious.
Current favorite interview question: “What do you build?”
What to do when the sky falls: http://t.co/mh5ZoN8p
There is always a reason for awake in the middle of the night.
Abraham Lincoln - Vampire Hunter: http://t.co/QmCUYNao (yes, you read that right)
Just assume that absolutely anything you do on the Internet is being recorded and logged.
In iPhone advertisements, why is the time always set to 9:42 a.m. on the clock? http://t.co/ehuF5wQA
If you treat design as a service, design becomes an afterthought.
Current favorite phrase to describe an undesirable situation or person – “hot mess”
Inception Park: http://t.co/im4SZNqd
Experts don’t call themselves experts.
To raise or not to raise: http://t.co/ZRJzGGPb
Today – I apparently – have emdash –– issues.
Likelihood I’ll skip a video that begins with an unskippable ad? 100%
Snarky followers FTW: http://t.co/opjlFZ86
Busy is when I stop signing mails because I believe it will save me time.
Cultivated people grow.
If you’re asking “How many slides do I need?”, I’m hearing “I don’t have much to say.”
It is not, as it turns out, necessary to be a micromanaging psychopath with narcissistic personality disorder: http://t.co/dOmqQqEI
dozba When you write a blog post titled “Why X matters”, that’s a strong signal that X does not matter.
Dogs as fonts: http://t.co/27j69CXi
I’m not sure what you’re confused about: http://t.co/z7XtXjnm
Floating navigation? Yes or no? http://t.co/Qqh0jg2G
When you’re freaking out, the truth is not an option.
Hope is not a plan; status is not a solution.
jgehtland Critical feedback should be a) actionable b) motivating.
b-only: you’re a cheerleader.
a-only: you’re a critic.
neither: you’re a dick.
I have a great name for Google’s new home entertainment system: Google TV.
@atmos Ranting is how credibility is both built and eroded.
We’re at that uncomfortable one hour mark of unplanned downtime where I start getting cranky – I’m looking at you @mediatemple.
Listening to dubstep makes me feel young (yet gives me a headache).
An engineer receives disproportionate joy from things running on time.
davidhoang GitHub is the worst dating site ever.
How to prepare for the unexpected: http://t.co/IPjjbiaP
The degree of your panic shows me the quality of your plan.
You don’t care where your data is, just that you can get to it (always) and that’s safe and secure (very).
Fire… draw with me: http://t.co/hzbVKVdB
Your network is a mirror.
People are awesome: http://t.co/rJr62hkP
The quality of a decision is a function of the quality and completeness of the available information.
Our key scientific quest is facilitating unbounded information sharing: http://t.co/axqaXzBi
Pro-tip: read all your mail before you start responding.
Your resume is not this cool: http://t.co/qDcOm9R3
What are some of the most mind-blowing facts about San Francisco? http://t.co/wS3eJPsg
Do not attempt to argue with someone lost in rage, it doesn’t work. (Right now)
Social media explained… with donuts: http://t.co/tYJHwWMH
Pretty sure the folks who don’t shut up feel like they’re doing us all a favor.
The answer to the question, “Can we send information on your behalf?” is always an incredulous, “You’re joking, right?”
Do you know what you do with a stylus? You lose it.
I liked the part when she was sucked into the black hole. #superbowl
DieLaughing When does Superman banish them in the mirror?
jdickerson Boy Richard Simmons really knows how to work that tightrope.
40% of my enjoyment of the Superbowl involves hanging out on Twitter.
jdickerson Who is that homeless man they keep showing on the Patriots’ sideline?
Can’t wait until George Lucas decides to do a black and white version of Star Wars.
Poor definition is a recipe for mediocrity.
I’ve lost entire days tinkering endlessly with typefaces. It’s the best.
“You never say you’re a leader, you just are one.” (@vsapartners)
I’ll be lazy when I’m dead.
holman Judging from my usage of Siri, Apple should have just named it “voice-activated app that sets alarm clocks”.
My curse: I want to know what I want to know when I want to know it.
Do not underestimate how long they’ll operate under the incorrect assumption that there’s a plan.
Maybe my favorite ad ever: http://t.co/LmStvCXT