Simon Bisson (sbisson) wrote,
Simon Bisson
sbisson

My tweets

  • Tue, 12:53: I really enjoyed listening to episode 486 of the Coode Street Podcast; my thoughts on the mythical SF canon are very similar to Gary Wolfe's and Jonathon Strahan (as nearly 10 years of tweet-length book reviews will show...) https://t.co/tTbJHysfhr
  • Tue, 13:01: Over at @techrepublic I take a deep dive into the recently announced second release of Azure Stack HCI. Microsoft is bringing its modern management sights to bear on hyper-converged hybrid infrastructures. It's going to be an interesting journey to watch. https://t.co/kozOOHI74s
  • Tue, 13:18: RT @kathryniveyy: Why is "the chosen one" always a teenager? We're really gonna put the fate of the universe on someone with an undeveloped…
  • Tue, 13:19: RT @nickmcquire: Tech Spend Set to Boom Despite Recession says our survey of C-Level Execs> Some fascinating results in this research indic…
  • Tue, 13:21: The mod of starlings outside the window is bleeping and buzzing like a chiptuned hack of a 1980s Nintendo cartridge.
  • Tue, 13:56: RT @JulietEMcKenna: Today's reminder - not long to go now 🙂 https://t.co/Rawgy6js0u
  • Tue, 14:01: RT @sfsignal: [Binge-read #sff_eBookDeal] Get THE FALL OF ILE-RIEN TRILOGY by Martha Wells for $12.97 - https://t.co/TNv9ywhY4A https://t.c…
  • Tue, 15:26: Recent Reads: Liavek - Wizard's Row. Shared world stories, edited by Shetterly and Bull, exploring the city of Liavek's luck magic. Stories range from whimsical, like Nancy Kress' wizard investing luck in a railroad, to dark, in Alan Moore's disturbing fantasy. Short and sweet.
  • Tue, 17:34: When the dragon feels saddish... https://t.co/rg6vA3cVy6
  • Tue, 17:52: Hey @bing, here's a picture of a bighorn sheep and its lamb on that mesa in Zion! https://t.co/2BLbCsR81d
Tags: #askyourdeveloper, #sff_ebookdeal, twitter
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