BenTrem tweeted on 2009-04-11

  • Nice … all torrent data on my new 500Gig F: and all torrent files in AppData. Neat and clean! #
  • @agfhome “Forward thinking” was getting my kidz programming C=64 in the 80s; BASIC and Turtle. #
  • Q: if folk have benefited from our astounding wealth, then they will be interested in Bushido and BuddhaDharma. Do they? Nope … #gaku.do #
  • Q: if folk have benefited from our astounding wealth, then they will show interested in Bushido and BuddhaDharma. Do they? Nope, #gakudo #
  • @technosailor I opted away from Kathmandu (for the time being) out of a sense of ?what? owing it to someone. #
  • #NintendoDSi – Marx predicted “stupification”; he was off by 1 notch: the result of consumerism/consumption is _infantilization_. #borg #
  • O’dou’dah #
  • Call me perverse: watching “Desperate HouseWives” I’m thinking “30 Something” should be revived. At least they were sympathetic. Or not. #
  • When I was 22 (1976) I read a book from the 50s … about the celebration of the mundane, the commonplace, the gross, the superficial. #
  • “Why make a clay pot when you can buy a kettle?” Because a clay pot, hand made, isn’t a kettle. Point: the rich beggar the poor. #borg #
  • Over the years, how many folk heard me playing my harp? How many wondered at the fact of its weight, and how I carried it, each night. #
  • 2 things I recall of my summers at our cottage: 1) fishing for breakfast, 2) leeches. You .. you sober folk? You’re leeches. Maggots. #
  • @loic Thanks … you are my first addition to UserList “Geeks”. *grin* #
  • ReTw @loic: about to send updated Seesmic Desktop with the windows user groups fix to #teamseesmic http://bit.ly/12u2V Add yourself! #
  • @k2dbk I thought I saw that “Configure doesn’t open” earlier but now, w/update, it seems fine. #teamseesmic #
  • ReTw @ZDNetBlogs: Tim Berners-Lee on the Next Web > http://tinyurl.com/c7d2r8 < #
  • ReTw @mashable: HOW TO: Get the Most Out of Gmail Labs – http://bit.ly/uW1ET #

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