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15 March 2013

Writing

  1. Year-by-year playlist

    I made a playlist with a song named after every year since 1945.

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Links

  1. Alan Paine | Alan Paine

    I like some of these jumpers and things. (via Lineage of Influence)

Tweets

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    @antimega @straup I read that as “butler recommendations”. Travel in style Chris!

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    @engineeringdept “the particular sources available”… what like All Of The Websites? I don’t even…

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    @alruii @pixellent Isn’t it. And, from the viewer very “That’s so clever! Now I’ve read out-of-context quotes I feel like I know something!”

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    @pixellent Yeah. It’s great if people find making them useful for themselves. But when they’re some kind of performance or display… odd.

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    @doingitwrong Smashing, thanks, I’ll make a note…

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    It’s amazing what you can accomplish when you can’t work out what to name something new in your code.

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    I’ve attempted to make a playlist (YouTube and Spotify) with a track about every year since 1945: gyford.com/phil/writing/2…

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    Unsure how three sportspeople trapped in boxes, and happy about it, is supposed to make me want to open a current account. Advertising, eh.

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    Yum, tasty. Always be sure to satisfy all prerequisites before starting work.

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    Facing up to the fact I’m not going to do anything useful until I’ve had a coffee and a hot cross bun. Why fight it? I’M ONLY HUMAN!

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    @plsj I just saw that last week! Good fun, although I do get bored of very, very long fights. But good fun!

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    @russelldavies Yes! Er, a bit late to be helpful, sorry.

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    @secretbean *Looks out the window at the grey London drizzle. Shakes fist westwards.*

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    @nickludlam @phl I really like the soundtrack but am also now very, very bored of it. You’d need so many tracks to keep it interesting!