Simon Bisson (sbisson) wrote,
Simon Bisson
sbisson

My tweets

  • Mon, 12:11: So, interesting moment on the plane from JER to LGW last night when it turned out the missing passenger had done a runner from the police.
  • Mon, 12:31: Running BlackBerrys in the cloud: my first look at Business Cloud Services for Office 365 at ZDNet UK. http://t.co/GxaibGK8 #zdnetuk
  • Mon, 12:45: @edbott Hmm. That sounds like something deeply strange now I reread it.
  • Mon, 13:53: @zackwhittaker There is no specific activation server address. Or rather, none that's user or admin discoverable.
  • Mon, 14:14: Adding yet more social media notification addresses to my folder redirection rules. Now I can just mark all read happily.
  • Mon, 14:17: So does the Me tile on the giant Windows Phone in NYC move around?
  • Mon, 14:19: Hmm. Looks as though I can set up a segregated wireless VLAN for visitors to the house. But do I want to?
  • Mon, 15:58: Today is the day to turn on the central heating. Latest it's been for several years.
  • Mon, 16:12: Quick question: does anyone actually use the front-facing camera on their phone? And if not, would you actually miss it?
  • Mon, 20:50: Found really good little Korean restaurant on Great Windmill St. Excellent budget eatery.
  • Tue, 01:43: ZDNet UK blog post: Two ways to be big in smartphones: promos and patents http://t.co/3gYq6WYG #zdnetuk
  • Tue, 10:33: Recent Rereads: A Fire Upon The Deep. Vernor Vinge's space opera makes feudal hivemind seals saviours of the galaxy. A modern classic.
  • Tue, 10:35: Recent (Novella) Rereads: The Blabber. Vernor Vinge's first Zones of Thought tale sends the Tines back to the slow zone. A fun caper.
  • Tue, 10:38: Right, that's the Zones of Thought reread over. Now for Vinge's new book in the series, The Children Of The Sky. 20 years isn't a long wait.
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