BenTrem tweeted on 2011-01-18

  • I as just gonna say: can't recall seeing Brady throw so many crappy passes. #
  • @RevDannyFisher How terribly disappointing. Eido Roshi's visit to Karma Dzong was a brilliant occasion. How sad. in reply to RevDannyFisher #
  • #Gov2 0 – Impossible to over-state my resentment at how you've saturated the discourse space with your self-congratulatory bilge. #
  • If you tried to sell BS in, say, automotive … or aero-space, you'd be shut down and shut up. In Gov2.0? That's standard practice. #borg #
  • "In the Heat of the Night" – Betcha most US citizens think their nation has a long and noble history of decency and democratic zeal. #borg #
  • @jowyang Analog to plethorization of info on the web? in reply to jowyang #
  • I just realized what's bugging me: I left theatre because I didn't like theatre people. "Geeks" today? They're primadona … false. #geek #
  • Historically … no, not "once upon a time" but through our history, craft grounded folk. You aren't fulla shit /today/, but yr after yr. #
  • Here's a giggle: the less you deserve a reward, the more zealously you will defend the pretext by which you got it. Go ahead, check. #
  • 90% of the elite are fools. So: who do they promote? Now for the twist: the 10% who aren't fools; who do you think they approve? #borg #
  • @donncha As a vet of BF1942, BF2, AA2, AA3, ArmA, Total War, I can say w/o fear that CoD is the biggest heap of crap ever. And all related. in reply to donncha #
  • "Aitken-Shimano Letters" > http://bit.ly/18SyAf < Sorry:, the wrong-doing of leaders concerns me less than my feckless sangha. #dharma #
  • @donncha *phew!* Had me worried there, donncha. Say, peek http://bit.ly/fnVI2p … vaguely DOS style; small shop (Cornered Rats). ?5 in reply to donncha #
  • @JohnFMoore Disheartening: last week (typical) had 3 @ streams with #Gov2 types. 0 followed up. Again, typical. Bla-yada, but no praxis. in reply to JohnFMoore #
  • ReTw: I just realized what's bugging me: I left theatre because I didn't like theatre people. "Geeks" today? They're primadona … false. #
  • Ultimately Zen means seeing into and through the ego games that are the center piece of so-called "Social Software", self-serving yammer. #
  • #YEG – Live in Riverdale? I was just in the backyard … heck of a lotta snow. You know what /that/ means. good luck! #
  • @JohnFMoore Well that's real good of you. stay well in reply to JohnFMoore #
  • Working with folk who actually /do/ I found they always had suggestions to improve tools. Talking w/A-list types? Bla-yada-blah bla-yada. #
  • Of the 5 or 6 really good jobs I've had (NORAD/SAC comms anyone?) 0 went through HR. HR is /you/ … block me is priority #1 #
  • It ain't quantum physics: you're concerned about protecting your interests, number 1. That means status quo mediocrity / mundane corruption. #
  • CEOs must maximize quarterly returns to please stock holders, to keep their jobs. Poor long term. Who are stock holders? You. *D'uhh!* #
  • @ButlerPress Tabs reload the page. Tres 2001. in reply to ButlerPress #
  • "Knowledge mobbing will make the world smart" sounds great, right? > http://bit.ly/exIIly < Look at the image. Now, tell me that's useful. #
  • "Ontology Explorer" > http://bit.ly/g2vjZj < The sort of approach I discarded more than 10 years go. Sad / lame / discouraging / distraction #
  • One thing you can be sure of: "fun" and "colorful" trumps real functionality 99 times out of 100. #matrix #borg #
  • @pkedrosky bit.ly burp? Your link serves a very interesting Bloomberg story about shipping rates. in reply to pkedrosky #
  • Which most likely has traction: 1) "Compassion is good for your bottom line", or 2) "Compassion leads to a more stable satisfying life." #
  • Amazing what doesn't matter; I thot I had programmed auto-generation of complex VRML 1999/2000 … but it was 1997/98. *shrug* #
  • @pkedrosky Contact. I spotted the confound: "highlight" … by which, I think now, you meant auto-generate links? Early stage; intriguing. in reply to pkedrosky #
  • @pkedrosky Loosely coupled, the concept behind my (now moribund) http://issuepress.com … slightly @SwiftRiver / @Ushahidi. in reply to pkedrosky #
  • How often would a typical #yuppie back-stab, ham-string or kneecap someone. Once a week? once a day? once an hour? #
  • BTW the most complex paper I did in social psych was about mundane deception. Sabotage was a big part of it. Good paper! Got A+ (3rd yr). #

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About Bernard (ben) Tremblay

CMC since '72; compulsively tech_docs
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