Stressful evening and now stressful morning — wondering round the house with a cushion like a flagellant trying to get burnt food smell out. Looking forward to a nice quiet afternoon instrument making.
Personally I find the …/() permalink/shortlink/short id pattern to be much more readable, especially when there are multiple long tweets happening at the same time, and they are mainly one or two words over Twitter’s limit. But it is more cluttered than the … technique.
Sees google plus people talking about how great their new profiles are. Looks at profile (Tweetbot, iPad). Profile is same aneamic mobile version.
You cannot anticipate context — but you can safely assume that if you tweet stuff, people are going to look at it on mobile devices. #rwd
AOL converted him into an AOL-BOT to be used in chat-rooms. 
11357 #steps today!
Just created a #buzz mix track with samples from our recent performances:
Anna Debenham in your style guide researches, have you come across any great open source project styleguides? I’m looking into making myself more design-accountable for a project I’m releasing soon.
5193 #steps today — hrm, seems a bit low. Gotta improve on that tomorrow.
Nice #ui touch on #googleplus events: animated hot beverage steam on the header https://plus.google.com/events/ctb1p8io1eu52s1f94tren9dpj8
Booked my bus travel to Heathrow — so now I can at least get to #iceland, however little further preparation I do!
Twitter’s “you only see replies from people you follow if you also follow the target of the reply” model is quite fascinating because it means that, within a particular community, the number of tweets you see is not directly proportional to the number of people you follow. It’s probably square or cubic, perhaps I’ll model it and see.
.Brennan Novak yeah, it’s like driving — the ability to concentrate on your overall journey, the road in the distance, the road ahead, the road directly in front of you, the road behind and all the various controls at the same time.
9468 #steps today