January 16th, 2021

My tweets

  • Fri, 13:05: RT @InfoWorld: #VirtualMachines have been part of #cloud infrastructures since the early days of @AWS and @Azure by bringing familiar workl…
  • Fri, 13:39: With my home automation via Cortana slowly coming to an end, I've started the move to HomeKit and Siri, with Homebridge to fill in support gaps. I'll be writing it all up at @zdnet. Here's the first step, getting https://t.co/RyjO4jiOqy working. https://t.co/pIfHwoDN27
  • Fri, 15:01: Recent Reads: Cease & Desist. Artist Todd Allcott delves the extensive back catalogue (album and dial-a-song) of They Might Be Giants for inspiration, and comes up with a book of whimsical photo-manipulations, fake adverts, and parody bookcovers. It built a birdhouse in my soul.
  • Fri, 15:27: RT @glynmoody: "it is the most magical of all cities, the place that allows you to be free, in nearly every way imaginable. It is a place w…
  • Fri, 17:02: It’s a bit cold... https://t.co/ny3uP3fLBB
  • Fri, 17:24: RT @maryjofoley: Microsoft Corporate VP of Azure Marketing Julia White is going to SAP: https://t.co/dinzL5g5Wv
  • Fri, 19:17: Damn. https://t.co/BEEETgbGTj
  • Fri, 19:23: RT @SteveSyfuhs: Are you building a claims-based app? Having trouble, or maybe just looking to confirm the behaviors you're seeing? Some fr…
  • Fri, 19:42: RT @ursulaleguin: We are delighted to announce that the 33rd stamp in the US Postal Service Literary Arts series honors Ursula. Stamp relea…
  • Fri, 20:36: WTaF? Don't they know it's all ripped off from a Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle novel about space invader baby elephants in platform shoes?
Collapse )