Simon Bisson (sbisson) wrote,
Simon Bisson

My tweets

  • Mon, 19:43: I have taken the bullet. Grumpy Maine Coon is now on my lap. Thank goodness for thick trousers.
  • Mon, 19:54: What if Elsa from Frozen sang James Bay's Let it Go instead? Surely someone has made the mashup video.
  • Mon, 20:17: Setting up a Logitech conference call cam for Skype. It's looking at me.
  • Mon, 20:33: Doing a YouGov survey about a new TLD. Nowhere to say that I think the whole expanded TLD model is broken.
  • Mon, 20:37: If there's one thing to be said from SFF's experience with #racefail, I've learnt a lot about privilege and intersectionality.
  • Mon, 21:23: RT @marypcbuk: I see the Intel bracelet will appeal the Blakes Seven fans..
  • Mon, 21:58: Now, where did I put that JenNet-IP gateway?
  • Mon, 23:01: <sigh>
  • Mon, 23:12: Had an interersing OneDrive failure last night - trying to save HTML from Word. Turns out that doesn't work with the Office Uploader...
  • Mon, 23:15: i have sold 5 books today!
  • Tue, 09:03: Now that's the sort of email I like waking up to.
  • Tue, 09:05: RT @billt: Early morning Manhattan... The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway turns 40. #lambat40
  • Tue, 10:03: Well, let's see if Android works for Nokia after all...
  • Tue, 10:48: The N1 is three months from launch in China, and at least four until Russia/EU. That's not good.
  • Tue, 11:19: What's "real" Nokia about the N1? Foxconn design, sales, marketing. Google software. Only thing seems to be the name and the Z Launcher.
  • Tue, 11:31: My take on the Windows 10 OneDrive situation, over at @infoworld:
  • Tue, 11:37: (Still really pleased by this morning's news. Looking forward to being able to talk about it...)
  • Tue, 11:52: "There's something solid forming in the air And the wall of death is lowered in Times Square No-one seems to care"
  • Tue, 11:53: "And as the song and dance begins, the children play at home with needles...Needles and pins"
  • Tue, 11:57: "I got sunshine in my stomach like I just rocked my baby to sleep" Lamb is Genesis' finest work, lyrically and musically.
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