more thoughts on the #280 - one of the things I do on bird-tweets is I will basically workshop ideas for a blog entry, which often makes more sense because each tweet is a sentence. However, each toot can be a few sentences. If I write a reply to this, the reply will extremely not make sense on its own. I could still add more sentences. My worry is that separating points will be more difficult for me when it ultimately comes time to clean it up in Word/OneNote for writing.
thinking about the #280 again. On Twitter, some jokes come packaged as short threads that work primarily to hide the punchline, creating a synthetic (but well functioning) delivery timing.
Spreche ich auch ein bisschen Deutsch, aber es ist wie babydeutsch.
cronk is running on http://fd.stenoweb.net/SitePages/TECT.aspx - let me know if it's weird.
Also, should there be like a server account (or should I make, like, a TECT Info account?) for announcements related to the server itself? Especially given that the server has to run updates once in a while, etc. #TECT
I should probably install a local copy of OneNote instead of having to make trips to SharePoint's OWA instance or my VDI box
@email@example.com I have still been trying to maintain brevity, which, I had to work at anyway, so it's not a very huge difference.
@firstname.lastname@example.org It's an interesting difference. The 280 was a bit of a change on twitter, and for as hilarious as this sounds I already feel myself becoming wordier there.