Simon Bisson (sbisson) wrote,
Simon Bisson

My tweets

  • Wed, 12:09: Hmm. The Apple Push Certificates portal kind of sucks.
  • Wed, 12:11: Lucky for Stephen Hawking that we're in the Slow Zone.
  • Wed, 13:28: 25% tax on shifted profits? Starbucks and Google in the government sights.
  • Wed, 13:28: Not sure how a Google Tax will work in practice - I suspect legal challenges from the NL and Eire at the very least.
  • Wed, 14:41: Yay! My signed book plate for @ann_leckie's Ancillary Sword arrived.
  • Wed, 14:44: I am not a number, I am a free man! Oh wait, I am a number, number 40748 to be precise.
  • Wed, 14:49: Protip: working on the mount for the stair security cam will set it off. A lot.
  • Wed, 14:52: (just to note, if you are trying to see me PPI recovery services, today is NOT a good day)
  • Wed, 15:24: Things must be hard in the 419 scam world. I just got one where they guarantee all I'll ever pay is $150, a $400 saving!
  • Wed, 16:11: XBox Music free albums currently has the best ambient electronica album ever. Run, don't walk to download FSOL's Lifeforms.
  • Wed, 16:12: (and it's the full double album too, all 19 tracks)
  • Wed, 16:28: "Inking"
  • Wed, 16:29: "Universal"
  • Wed, 17:14: Microsoft: social justice warriors. This shareholder meeting is really fascinating.
  • Wed, 17:15: Will all the gators put down their XBox Ones now?
  • Wed, 17:42: Hooded t-shirt hood makes me look like an Assassin's Creed assassin. Albeit one advertising Windows Phone.
  • Wed, 18:03: I do sympathise with the PR folk for porn sites, but their releases do mean a laugh in the office. Especially with the new smut UK laws.
  • Wed, 22:16: So I just started @tadwilliams first Bobby Dollar book. It's a Westlake urban fantasy, right down to the bar. Think I'm going to enjoy it.
  • Wed, 22:18: Recent Reads: The Dragon Men. Steven Harper ends his Clockwork Empire steampunk trilogy, setting all to rights in Imperial China. Mythpunk.
  • Wed, 22:21: Recent Reads: Away With The Fairies. Kerry Greenwood sends Phryne to deal with murder at a women's magazine. Early feminism and cyanide.
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