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Creeper Rap - Dan Bull - 1 HOUR VERSION - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Creeper Rap - Dan Bull - 1 HOUR VERSION
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Is this kid friendly? Watched a few minutes - so funny! - Laura Norvig from iPhone
Heh, this one was actually favorited by my son, not me. I generally keep half an eye on what he watches on YouTube -- it's all Minecraft and LEGO videos. Some have borderline bad language. He and his sister sing the parody songs more than the original sometimes. - Stephen Mack
Zamms
YOU GUYS, I AM NOW MARRIED TO A DOCTOR!!!!!!!!
woot!!! - Derrick
WOOOOOOOOO - lris
*dances and hugs everyone* - lris
Gratz! Trophy husband status achieved. :) - Lnorigb from FFHound!
Turn your head and cough? - Johnny from iPhone
Hey, I don't talk about our personal life in public, Johnny... oh wait, I saw what you did there... - Zamms
Does your wife know about this? - Steele Lawman
*rimshot* - Zamms
shut the front door! (tell her congrats) - Meg VMeg
I will! I will also shut the front door. - Zamms
GREAT NEWS!!!!... um, so i have this pain on my left side? - MoTO Moca Blend
Yeah, and I've got this rash... - Melly
Were these ailments caused by the social networking between Broadway producers, directors, and writers? - Zamms
By "social networking" you mean what exactly? - MoTO Moca Blend
In the sociological sense, not the interwebs sense. - Zamms
"Ooh babe, that's SO GOOD! Hey, while you're down there... does that look infected to you?" #ThingsNOTtoDoOnYourHoneymoon <Ducks & runs> - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ from Android
Ducks and Runs are also #ThingsNOTtoDoOnYourHoneymoon - Zamms
Truth. - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ from Android
Bret Taylor
"Web 2.0 was created so that people could publish cute photos of their cats. But this same cat dissemination technology has proved extremely helpful for activists, who’ve turned these tools to their own purposes." - Ethan Zuckerman (http://www.ethanzuckerman.com/blog...)
Nice. The Cute Cat Theory. From @EthanZ in 2007. Reading old blogs? Great find! - thinkQuick
I thought Web 2.0 was created to more efficiently deliver Porn - Sean Reiser
Bizarre. I was under the impression Web 2.0 was created for people to publish cute (and not so cute) photos of themselves. :) - Mona Nomura
Web 2.0 was created *for cats* to publish cute photos of themselves. - Amit Patel
Heck, a cat can program a robot, why not? http://www.youtube.com/watch... - Paula W
: ) - "Twitter lets Robert Scoble tell me what he’s doing 200 freaking times a day… but it also lets me know whether Egyptian activists have been released from the police station when they go in for questioning." - Sarah Brinkerhoff
Cat dissemination technology. LOL. :) - guruvan (Rob Nelson)
Not a real big fan of web 2.0 , But I do find pieces that are well written and researched to be informative. http://www.comparetvproviders.com - Jacob
cool - solncee
gattiny ruled the internet - 無家可歸82 from FFHound(roid)!
Shevonne
My coworkers threw me a goodbye happy hour. They will be the only part I miss about this project
Todd Hoff
The new pulse of digital music - http://news.ubc.ca/2014...
The new pulse of digital music
"Besides creating their powerful music, the students have invented a series of interfaces and musical gadgets. The first is the app sensorUDP, which transforms musicians’ smartphones into motion sensors. Available in the Android app store and compatible with iPhones, it allows performers to layer up to eight programmable sounds and modify them by moving their phone. Music student Pieteke MacMahon modified the app to create an iPhone Piano, which she plays on her wrist, thanks to a mount created by engineering classmates. As she moves her hands up, the piano notes go up in pitch. When she drops her hands, the sound gets lower, and a delay effect increases if her palm faces up. “Audiences love how intuitive it is,” says the composition major. “It creates music in a way that really makes sense to people, and it looks pretty cool onstage.”" - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
This reminds me of the stuff Interval Research was doing in the late '90s (movement to create sound, sound to create visuals, etc.) - Laura Norvig
I want to put these things on the dogs and see what kind of music they make :-) - Todd Hoff
this is kewl - Peter Dawson
Derrick
41.
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damn, boo, I thought you were a lot younger than me! *41 fistbump* - RepoRat
whippersnappers :D - Pete
lookin' sharp! - ~Courtney F
is it your birthday? - maʀtha
Kids. - Uli
oh there u r.. long time no see !! Looking snazzy bro - Peter Dawson
you make that look hella good, boo. ahem. Have an awesome day!!! - t-ra: lose,find,repeat
You make it look damn good. - Jenny H. from Android
Looks good on ya! You show that number who BAWSE! - (Curtis/Alan) Jackson
Happy birthday Luv! - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Happy birthday!! - lris
Happy Birthday! - Rodfather
Happy Birthday, D! - vicster: full-bodied
Many happy returns! - Catherine Pellegrino from iPod
Happeh burday Derrick! - Lily
BRAVO DERRICK - lucah
Happy birthday, my friend. - Steele Lawman
happy birthday - chamberlain
Lookin' good, D. Happy birthday!! - Laura
Oh, bless your happy face! - Glen Campbell
Happy birthday, D! - Anne Bouey
You look great! Happy Birthday! - Shannon - GlassMistress
Happy birthday. - Eric - Watch Me Now
They're so cute at that age. - m9m, Crone of FriendFeed
Have a great prime number year. - Joe - Systems Analyst
Happy birthday! - Jim is digging out.
Happy Birthday Derrick!!!! - VALZ SCARLETTS MAMA
Have a wonderful birthday!! - Katy S
Happy birthday, ho. <3 - Betty Write
Happy Birthday! - Kevin Johnson
Happy Birthday, D. - MoTO Moca Blend from Android
Hope you're having a wonderful day. Happy Birthday! - Trish R
Happy birthday D!! - Corinne L
Happy D birthday! - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Buon compleanno! - ωαřмaiden ❤Bassetmom❤
Happy birthday!! - Yolanda
Happy birthday! Hope it is a great one :D - Jennifer Dittrich
:) Happiest of birthdays, Derrick! - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Thanks everyone! Your kind thoughts and wishes mean the world to me. Sending kindness and good will right back atcha. :) - Derrick
Another 41 fist bump - Christina Pikas from iPhone
Belated Happy Birthday, Derrick. I figured you for 10 years younger.I thinks it the "attitude" you convey... (that's a good thing.) - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
holly #ravingfangirl
because it can't be said enough today, happy birthday to the bestest of the best @geekandahalf! <3
hear hear! - lris
lris
Why would you want to keep your copyrights when you’re not planning to republish? - http://pegasuslibrarian.com/2014...
I think you hit the high points. All I would add -- and I might not even add it; it's pretty cynical -- is that holding the copyright may protect you from your publisher doing something evil and/or stupid in your name. Examples include the Georgia State lawsuit, the Big E republishing articles in low-quality journals (legal! but evil), or this nonsense Kevin Smith pointed out about an unconscionable moral-rights clause. - RepoRat
Just commented (probably at too much length). Short version: The shoe's on the wrong foot, given that most magazines and most book publishers--that is, outlets that *pay* authors--don't actually demand transfer of copyright. - Walt Crawford
We should all start publishing our research in Analog. Then we'd retain our copyright, republication rights, AND we'd be paid $0.10 / word. - DJF from Android
I will write really really LONG pieces for Analog. - lris
It's up to a dime a word? That's progress. 'Course, they only publish one science article per issue (plus one...I'm not sure what to call The Alternate View, but "science" sounds wrong), but hey, that's ten a year. - Walt Crawford
That's actually a guess. In order to qualify as a pro market for SFWA, a publication needs to pay $0.05, going up to $0.06 on July 1 (http://www.sfwa.org/2013...). I like to think that the larger commercial publishers pay more. Analog actually pays "7 - 9 cents per word for short stories" (http://www.analogsf.com/informa...). - DJF
Man. 1995 called. It wants the F&SF website (http://www.sfsite.com/fsf/) back. But then, I guess that's what happens when your independent and not owned by one of the big conglomerates. - DJF
Yep. Pay rates for the "big three" SF magazines are pretty pathetic--not much more than they were 50 years ago, and less when inflation's included. But given the shrinking audiences and fading number of book ads, the three are barely surviving anyway. (Most magazines, with large circulations, pay a LOT more per word...) - Walt Crawford
I see that F&SF is publishing bimonthly now. That's sad, even if each issue is "double-sized". - DJF
[Iris: Sorry for the threadjack] F&SF made that decision a couple of years ago, as postage was what was killing them--in fact, each of their issues really is double-sized. Analog and Asimov's both publish 8 regular and two double issues each year; their double issues are much thicker but not quite double-sized. One odd effect: A lot more novellas get published, since they don't dominate an issue so much. (And only Analog still serializes novels.) - Walt Crawford
In case it's not obvious: I subscribe to all three--which isn't cheap these days--and have done for at least a decade. I've *always* subscribed to Asimov's, although I foolishly discarded my box of issues in a previous house move. (Now I drop issues off at the local library's Friends bookstore after reading, having been informed that SF magazines always sell, almost immediately.) - Walt Crawford
I subscribed to F&SF back in the late '80s, but dropped it when Rusch took over the editorship and the content became dramatically, and uniformly, darker than it had been before. - DJF
To go back to the original topic for a moment, I know for textbooks sometimes there is a clause that if you refuse to do a new edition the publisher can hire someone to do it. Of your book. With your name on it. - Rebecca Hedreen
Rusch has been gone for a while; Gordon Van Gelder owns and edits it now, and there's a fair amount of humor (and a seemingly endless supply of Albert E. Cowdrey stories, mostly Nawlins-based, which I love). Asimov's, to my mind, has the best and most wide-ranging fiction. - Walt Crawford
[I still love the time I had to pay $10 for permission to reprint a column for which I got paid $16.50. That's why I like to keep my copyrights.] - laura x
A rare true LOL moment just now. Thanks, laura. - Walt Crawford
edythe
RT @elonjames: " How the Maker of TurboTax Fought Free, Simple Tax Filing" http://www.propublica.org/article... #TWIBdocket
holly #ravingfangirl
Dark Chocolate Cashew Sea Salt Cookies | Serious Eats : Recipes: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes...
Dark Chocolate Cashew Sea Salt Cookies | Serious Eats : Recipes: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2014/04/dark-chocolate-cashew-sea-salt-cookies.html#.U0dQmpBUsAM.twitter
*checks pantry* - holly #ravingfangirl
From that title, the only thing I'm missing is the cashews. - Katie
pretty sure that's what i'm missing too. - holly #ravingfangirl
holly, you need to make these and mail me some. I will be forever in your debt. - Friar Will
OMG - Jenny H. from Android
*gasp* - MoTO Moca Blend
OH MY GOD. the cashews really do make these. - holly #ravingfangirl
Still waiting . . . . - Friar Will
Deborah Fitchett
Coining "sisyphean scroll" for when you move to click a link in the footer but more results appear and push it down out of reach again.
oh, I am so going to use that - Christina Pikas
Sean McBride
Evernote CEO: Apps will become obsolete - Fortune Tech - http://tech.fortune.cnn.com/2014...
"Session length shrinks each time we move to a smaller, faster, more convenient computing system. We went from desktop computers to laptops, and then to smartphones and tablets, and now to wearables and connected devices. We use desktop computers, or laptops, for two to three hours, and we use smartphones for two or three minutes at a time, 50 times a day. On computers with long session lengths it makes sense to use powerful software with files and databases. On phones, it makes more sense to use apps for our two-minute interactions." - Sean McBride
"But when we move to wearables, session length will drop from two minutes to two seconds, Libin said. The challenge will be figuring out how to make someone productive for one second at a time, 1,000 times a day. Apps are irrelevant in the world of wearables, because "when any given interaction is a second long, you definitely don't have time to think about apps," Libin said. "It has to be more of a service."" - Sean McBride
I just read something where the average interaction on a phone is 80 seconds. I imagine wearables will be task specific, a combination of context and learning, reactive, so it doesn't mean apps are dead, they will just do what they are good at doing. - Todd Hoff
Perhaps specialized apps will merge seamlessly into AGI (Artificial General Intelligence) distributed throughout every nook and cranny of one's environment (including wearable computers). - Sean McBride
Food Frenzy Digest
Frozen Chocolate Chip Banana Yogurt Pops (By: Skinny Sweets Daily) http://foodfrenzydigest.com/frozen-...
Frozen Chocolate Chip Banana Yogurt Pops (By: Skinny Sweets Daily) http://bit.ly/RgayLA
Tamara
Oh hai Mr 2014 Milpitas Citizen of the Year aka dad! #prouddaughter @ St. John The Baptist Pavalkis Hall http://instagram.com/p...
So awesome!! - Tamara J. B.
imabonehead
Subway: 'Yoga mat' chemical almost out of bread - http://www.cnbc.com/id...
Subway: 'Yoga mat' chemical almost out of bread
"Subway says an ingredient dubbed the "yoga mat" chemical will be entirely phased out of its bread by next week. The disclosure comes as Subway has suffered from an onslaught of bad publicity since a food blogger petitioned the chain to remove the ingredient. The ingredient, azodicarbonamide, is approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use as a bleaching agent and dough conditioner. It can be found in a wide variety products, including those served at McDonald's and Starbucks and breads sold in supermarkets. But the petition gained attention after it noted the chemical was also used to make yoga mats." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
I'm going to make a yoga mat out of broccoli - Amit Patel
Derrick
Farmer’s Mkt haul: bananas, papaya, yogurt, tortillas, cheese, apples, broccolini, bread, ice cream, some dude’s number. #hiyoooo
Hopefully you didn't have to pay for that last item. :) - (Curtis/Alan) Jackson
Just a smile and some pleasant conversation. :) - Derrick
I love the farmer's market! esp. that last item. :-) - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
Amit Patel
Sand Pile Model of the Mind Grows in Popularity - Scientific American - http://www.scientificamerican.com/article...
Sand Pile Model of the Mind Grows in Popularity - Scientific American
"Support is growing for a decades-old physics idea suggesting that localized episodes of disordered brain activity help keep the overall system in healthy balance" - Amit Patel from Bookmarklet
"Self-organized criticality has a certain intuitive appeal. But a good scientific theory must be more than elegant and beautiful. Bak’s notion has had its share of critics, in part because his approach strikes many as ridiculously broad: He saw nothing strange about leaping across disciplinary boundaries and using self-organized criticality to link the dynamics of forest fires, measles and the large-scale structure of the universe — often in a single talk." - Amit Patel
I admit elegant/beautiful theories appeal to me even if they're wrong :-/ - Amit Patel
Stephen Mack
Tahoe set, will refresh. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Nice! Having fun? - Yvonne from FFHound!
Still have snow? - Steve and 4 other people
Yeah, Steve: Some fresh powder from last week's storm is still around at the resort elevations. At lake level it's summer conditions. Yvonne, having a great time, taking it chill. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Looks like so much fun and perfect weather too! - Tamara J. B.
Thanks, Tam! Home now. We had a great time: Lake, hiking, sledding, inner tubing, a visit to the U.C. Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center museum, more sledding. And lots of s'mores and hot tubbing at the cabins. Flickr set is now complete: https://www.flickr.com/photos... - Stephen Mack
Derrick
Lord have mercy, I've become a pretty regular lurker, sometimes user on Reddit. I blame Rod.
Hah. I'm still mostly a lurker. It's pretty damn entertaining. - Rodfather
I have a whole bunch of multireddits set up now. - Rodfather
Here's one I copied and then added on to. I made it public for now. http://www.reddit.com/user... - Rodfather
Another for Nintendo related http://www.reddit.com/user... - Rodfather
I go there for a DC subreddit, one on Wii, another for 3DS, a couple on audio and vinyl, and a couple more on bands and music that I like and follow. - Derrick
I remember when I first tried to use it, everyone was so trollish. A lot of really techy folks talking about stuff way over my head and it was really hard to navigate to find stuff I was interested in. Some of the subreddits are still very high bro ratio, but things are pretty chill where I hang out. - Derrick
Any recs for sub-reddits? - YvonneM
/r/babyelephantgifs is my happy place - Glen Campbell
I follow really specific sub-reddits, so unless you like audio, records, stereo equipment or hi-fi's, probably not very compelling. I'm sure others will have more interesting ones. - Derrick
How's the DC one? My siblings and my cousins are sometimes on there, but I don't think I've looked at it beyond threads-in-the-"news" in years. - Katie
It's...DC. Little bit of everything in the area, different chatter about neighborhoods, the metro, the nats, etc. - Derrick
I recently found this. Amusing. http://www.reddit.com/r... - Rodfather from Android
Yvonne: /r/ScienceParents, /r/mildlyinteresting, /r/California, /r/AskCulinary, /r/explainlikeimfive, /r/tipofmytongue, /r/raisingkids, /r/todayilearned. - Rochelle
I'm subbed to /r/short but that's kinda depressing. /r/bayarea can be interesting at times. - Rodfather from Android
Steve Gillmor
GIllmor Gang, recording live today 1pm PT participate at http://www.ustream.tv/gillmor...
I'm waiting for the call! :-) - Robert Scoble
be with you soon Robert - Tina Chase Gillmor
Standby everyone. We are close to liftoff - Tina Chase Gillmor
OK. ready with birds. There's even a woodpecker - Kevin Marks
Let me save everyone an hour. Heartbleed sucks, the NSA sucks, and it will take a while for everyone to patch. Next. - Murray Macdonald
Murray - I spent a good part of Wednesday revoking certs and reissuing. (and a bit of patching and upgrading) - Simon Tennant
Kevin is lucky/unlucky with wildlife - Tina Chase Gillmor
Started, yeehaaww. Already been muted. :-) - Robert Scoble
I was reading this while I waited: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki... - Alex de Soto
Yeah. We updated certs all day yesterday. Annoying. - Murray Macdonald
Ok, I'll tell bad jokes while you're stalling for time. +Kevin, What do you get if you cross a woodpecker with a carrier pigeon? A bird who knocks before delivering its message. - Charlie Isaacs
Heartbleed Explaination - http://www.vox.com/cards... - Murray Macdonald
lovely NSA - clive boulton
This is too depressing - Francine Hardaway
I love that Kevin's shirt matches his umbrella hat - Charlie Isaacs
It's very exploitable - there was a nice demo that connected to Yahoo.com and grabbed passwords. - Simon Tennant
NSA should share exploits, not exploit them - clive boulton
everyone seeing the stream fine? - Tina Chase Gillmor
looks great, Tina - Tom Guarriello
Looks great to me. - Murray Macdonald
Excellent stream Tina! - Alex de Soto
ok great - Tina Chase Gillmor
ditto - clive boulton
Kevin looks like he's at a garden party - Francine Hardaway
in a garden - Kevin Marks
the party is on the net - Kevin Marks
Private keys should automatically change themselves daily. - Murray Macdonald
mine is great, receiving at work - Charlie Isaacs
Dave Winer is right. Not a weiner - Francine Hardaway
he had the wrong hotdog - Charlie Isaacs
Sry for running late, gals - Ludwig Ederle
Kevin is lucky to have a gorgeous work environment.... I still want some oranges! - Tina Chase Gillmor
Let's talk the new Microsoft - Ludwig Ederle
what would you do in twitter's CEO role @Dan ? - flyinthesoup
Twitter's new design too alike Facebook for me http://venturebeat.com/2014... - clive boulton
There are too many notifications coming in all the time - Francine Hardaway
No safari support? - Murray Macdonald
I'm sure Twitter has been listening to the Gang. We've been talking about the importance of notifications for some time now. Hopefully that will handle the feature carefully - Tina Chase Gillmor
Twitter user statistics: Most People On Twitter Don't Actually Tweet http://read.bi/1gSopwz - Nir Ben Yona
Google+ is easier to filter via default circle and circle notifcations - clive boulton
Will be interesting to see if people still stick with FB after all the newstream changes going on - christina sponselli
Hiya - is it just me - video very intermittent - heard 30 secs of Kevin Marks only so far... - Ian Waring
If it defaults to who I follow, that's 1600 people - Francine Hardaway
That's more people than I want to be notified about - Francine Hardaway
I'm hearing everything Ian - Charlie Isaacs
Stream seems strong here on our end, Ian - Tina Chase Gillmor
I don't see settings for mobile notifications on the web, just email - Kevin Marks
FB social graph is too social. I want information. Not data from someone I went to school with. - clive boulton
Thank you - nought here. Will trying switching it off and on again (tip of the hat to the IT Crowd) - Ian Waring
I didn't know Robert had a normal world :=-) - Tina Chase Gillmor
I hardly ever use Twitter's standard interface on the Web, I use Tweetdeck. Mostly use Twitter on iPad and iPhone. - Alex de Soto
Threat was enough - i'm getting Scoble loud and clear now - Ian Waring
nobody tell Robert there's a guy behind him photobombing - Charlie Isaacs
Same here, I use Twitter plenty, but I never use the website. - Michael Mahemoff
Wrote this a long time ago about how Twitter will have challenges monetizing ... https://www.facebook.com/photo... - Chien-Yu Lin
mobile expects me to add a phone number - Kevin Marks
kevin - can you post the link - Keith Teare
nice woodpecker, Kevin! - Tom Guarriello
the link in https://blog.twitter.com/2014... just goes to settings - Kevin Marks
One way to control noise for Twitter is to promote the ability for tracking back to root sources and filtering away all "met too" posts that do not include others you follow. That is, no one needs 70 people pointing back to the same ABC story - but I do want to see what the people I follow comment on it. - Chien-Yu Lin
@Keith, totally w/you...about her rolodex... - J.C. Bouvier
She can play the piano during board cocktail hours. - Alex de Soto
Mozilla ... I know that half The Board resigned, but did any rank and file resign? - Chien-Yu Lin
Here's what Marc Benioff tweeted about Dropbox: "Zuckerberg is wondering if he should buy Dropbox for $30B as we watches @drewhouston announce a messaging service" http://bit.ly/1gSoPmv - Nir Ben Yona
She's for a sure a smart woman who was simply was miscast in a fugly White House...and I'm not apologist btw...and she wouldn't be on any list of board members of any length that I would make...but I can't imagine she's dead weight. - J.C. Bouvier
It sends wrong signals, but he can't lead the company if the employees hate him - Francine Hardaway
you're crazy, there's no such thing "his employees" in mozilla @robert - flyinthesoup
+1 Francine - Tom Guarriello
Eich resigned - Kevin Marks
Public opinion matters when you are a leader. If your troops won't follow, regardless of the reason, you're unable to lead. - Murray Macdonald
Chien: the troops threatened to quit with a letter to the board. - Robert Scoble
Marc Benioff went on to tweet: Amazing new @carouselapp and Harmony from @drewhouston demonstrates how far behind Apple's photo and file apps are! - clive boulton
that's totally right Murray - Tina Chase Gillmor
Had a Twitter experience that I wanted to bottle a couple of weeks ago - a conversation between a few folks talking around a virtual water cooler re: Facebook and Oculus. I'd love a newspaper made out of slithers like that. - Ian Waring
The CEO carries the vision for the company. He's the leader. Not effective. - Francine Hardaway
thats what storify is for - Kevin Marks
"troops" ? stop militarizing your thoughts. you're taking the wrong model - flyinthesoup
Storify... off looking - thanks - Ian Waring
we don't need no CEO for a new generation community based company. - flyinthesoup
The dangerous precedent that he would have set had he remained would not be about his leadership skills, but rather what message he could have create in right-to-work states where employees effective have no right to work. If minorities think that it is difficult to work in an environment such as California - which is very liberal - imagine a CEO of a company in a Red State. - Chien-Yu Lin
Roberts right, he didn't want to handle the situation - clive boulton
i don't take Eich as a leader either, he's a very deep nerd - flyinthesoup
Leadership principles were pioneered by military. Ever read Sun Tzu? - Murray Macdonald
he's a tech leader. he and Mitchell have been a good team - Kevin Marks
Scoble: Thanks - Chien-Yu Lin
+100 @Storify, use it all the time... http://g.ifaw.org/1lw98cf - J.C. Bouvier
So is Eich on the spectrum? - Francine Hardaway
Go to Glassdoor. There are a lot of horrible leaders (as per their employees opinions and ratings), but Wall Street loves them and it is a bad economy for a lot of companies, industries. - Chien-Yu Lin
Francine: I don't know that for a fact but I would not be shocked. - Robert Scoble
Bill Gates is often described as having Aspergers. He demonstrates many symptoms. - Murray Macdonald
Carly Fiorina at HP comes to mind.... - Alex de Soto
Murray: yes. - Robert Scoble
My son has Aspergers. He's amazingly smart, just eccentric. - Murray Macdonald
Bill has never admitted that. - Tina Chase Gillmor
Tina: no, he isn't as far along the spectrum as Bram Cohen. - Robert Scoble
Does anyone know if Mailbox supports Exchange yet? - J.C. Bouvier
Most adults with Aspergers are un-diagnosed. There's no blood-test. It's a subjective diagnosis. - Murray Macdonald
@Semil, what dou you mean about the transition from platform to services ? - flyinthesoup
A classmate of my daughter's is on the autism spectrum. She says he's one of the smartest people she knows. There are a ton of things that freak him out though but even so, he has made great strides over the years being connected to other students. All the kids are very protective of him. It has been a great experience for all - Tina Chase Gillmor
12 million downloads for Office for iPad ... - Chien-Yu Lin
How about the high-frequency trading revelations ala Flash Boys? Wall St. High Frequency Traders are scamming clients by having a few milliseconds lead time to trade against them. The exchanges are selling them the upstream access. - Murray Macdonald
file sharing will disappear as paper will one day - flyinthesoup
Dan's chin keeps getting closer to the bottom of the screen ;-) - Tina Chase Gillmor
we're printing more paper than ever before - Ludwig Ederle
"Microsoft’s top lawyer on Thursday said the company’s cloud computing services had met Europe’s stringent data protection rules — the only company so far to receive such approval — and he used the news as a way to woo potential new customers." - NYT - Alex de Soto
Does OneNote have a web clipper like Evernote? - Tom Guarriello
wait till you start eating paper... - flyinthesoup
at macdonalds you already do... - flyinthesoup
I like Evernote more than DropBox - Francine Hardaway
I placed my OneDrive folder in a DropBox folder for easier access across apps. - Alex de Soto
I like google drive - Kevin Marks
Both Evernote and Dropbox are now essential for me - Tom Guarriello
what other product or company could go from 0 to millions of new sign-ups in a few days... the Office for iPad strategy was a good move - Charlie Isaacs
Murray, I'm reading that book now - Francine Hardaway
Stability vs. Innovation - Chien-Yu Lin
Deconstructed gets identity out of the way, with Dropbox be killer http://www.deconstructed.io/ - clive boulton
Love Evernote but it has splintered its attention into so many apps! - Alex de Soto
Friend just turned me onto Mega.com - 50GB free...nice interface...and w/MediaFire now offering 1TB for $25/year...DropBox needs to up their free plan. - J.C. Bouvier
Microsoft vs. "Microsoft Killers"; Apple vs. Android. Outside of tech folks, what is more important? - Chien-Yu Lin
As a customer facing imaging application we have to support a bunch of different cloud sources. FB, Flickr, PhotoBucket, Dropbox, Box, Google, Sky Drive, Instagram, Piccasa, etc... - Murray Macdonald
Used to be bring your own device into an Enterprise - now it's Bring your own Cloud - Ian Waring
interesting ian - Kevin Marks
to win the mobile market MS will have to crush their Xbox into a mobile footprint and allow people to game everywhere, anytime -- moving their 43% market share to mobile - Charlie Isaacs
Sync your own Cloud with deconstructed.io - clive boulton
Kindle Fire box is there to undermine Games Consoles... - Ian Waring
When you consider photos, Facebook is the #1 cloud provider. - Murray Macdonald
some noisy bugger is playing basketball in the park and making my sound cut in and out - Kevin Marks
Xioami have a good photo sharing service where you don't need to keep all your pics on the handset - just the latest ones, and the rest are accessible anywhere - Ian Waring
really anywhere? or just using their devices? - Kevin Marks
Using their service, which I think is on their devices. - Ian Waring
Area they monetise on mobile and web - given their hardware is an "at cost" lead... - Ian Waring
How much of mobile is stunted by ceiling established by standard cell phone components? Wifi, location, accelerometer, speaker, phone. - Chien-Yu Lin
Apps exist in a world governed by the web - Francine Hardaway
BTW, Fred Wilson thinks we're now in the blockchain era. Bitcoin - Francine Hardaway
Apps crossing over mobile web ramps fragmentation headaches in enterprise - clive boulton
newsreaders include twiitter + facebook - Kevin Marks
adn email - Kevin Marks
and SMS - Kevin Marks
all those are used to end links around - Kevin Marks
The Amazon apps don't make use of "the Web?" - Alex de Soto
Kevin - the nerve of people playing basketball in the park of all places! - Tina Chase Gillmor
secret posts are on the web - Kevin Marks
PhoneGap makes web apps into app apps. Android Intents allow deep linking between apps. - Murray Macdonald
Looks to me like Secret's DAUs have fallen off sharply since SXSW... - J.C. Bouvier
... and RESTful APIs. - Rob Underwood
HTTP lives long in part because of all the system to system interfaces built of HTTP using RESTful APIs - Rob Underwood
Just gotta say that one of the hottest things right now is the McIlhenny Co. from Avery Island, Louisiana. I know Fred Wilson agrees with me. - Frank Paynter
did you read Sinofsky? Basically saying that he's gald to be free of the office strategy tax - Kevin Marks
bitcoin doesn't need an app to transact inside an iOS app though, like an API to a payment gateway right... - J.C. Bouvier
so no more webapps being invested in, does that mean convergence of mobile and desktop OSes - David Boursin
Akka.js seems poised to extend reactive enterprise notifications into mobile apps. - clive boulton
Sideloading APKs gets around gate-keeping on Android. - Murray Macdonald
Nice step-up in Gillmor Gang production values! - Frank Paynter
as does web based apps - Kevin Marks
like famo.us - Kevin Marks
no one has mentioned that Google Glass will go on general sale next week. Apparently no one cares ;-) - Tina Chase Gillmor
camera + location are web accesible - Kevin Marks
@Tina, right? - J.C. Bouvier
PhoneGap does all that in a hybrid browser. Beacons and other hardware devices are supported through plug-ins. - Murray Macdonald
and what about Robert's preview of new drones? - Tina Chase Gillmor
Famo.us ;) - clive boulton
Drones are old stuff, and most people who want Glass have it:-) @tina - Francine Hardaway
Tina: oh, cruddy, gotta go get my drone. It's in the car. - Robert Scoble
I think Robert's blue shirt is very slimming! - Frank Paynter
I will go get it. I'll be back in a few minutes. - Robert Scoble
Robert is losing weight - Francine Hardaway
yes, agree with Murray -- can leverage a hybrid approach - Charlie Isaacs
I thought he was. I need to pick his brain for beauty secrets. - Frank Paynter
lo carb diet Frank - Francine Hardaway
Just in: Amazon Preparing to Release Smartphone http://on.wsj.com/1kD12z2 - Nir Ben Yona
Exactly, enterprise won't route notifications via Appledroid - clive boulton
My wife stole my keys. No drone. - Robert Scoble
So my all-chips-all-the-time diet is counter-productive, I guess. - Frank Paynter
Steve jobs invented web applications? LOL. - Murray Macdonald
Francine... it will be interesting to see if that is true about Glass. I might expect so. I'm surprised they didn't drop the price - Tina Chase Gillmor
I wish Dan Farber would tilt his camera down. - Robert Scoble
Yeah, I have lost weight. Drinking a lot less and trying to stay away from carbs. - Robert Scoble
and then Google forked Webkit - Ian Waring
Steve wanted to be like Clint Eastwood and interview Robert's chair - Charlie Isaacs
Robert, will Maryam show me the drone then? - Tina Chase Gillmor
Come on over and we'll fly! :-) - Robert Scoble
multiple open source browsers is a agood thing - Kevin Marks
Robert - Nice on the weight loss. Next step after the improved diet (less booze and carbs) is the CrossFit. - Rob Underwood
Robert, I showed your drone video at the IoT World Forum Steering Committee meeting this week and it totally freaked people out :) the European folks were asking "did he get arrested?" - Charlie Isaacs
I am incredibly close to a Class A "No Fly Zone" for drones but that Phantom 2 Vision+ looks really cool. - Alex de Soto
What is the best fitness tracker today? Which has the most sensors? - Murray Macdonald
They'll start giving glass away when they start to monetize the cloud to the extent that they charge us G+ "customers" for our storage. - Frank Paynter
I've done a course on Google Fusion Tables - and used all my nutrition data and weight i've filled in daily for 12 years now in it. Putting less food in your mouth helps - and carbs is a big factor, much bigger than I expected. - Ian Waring
I lose consistently when 2/3 my carbs of what i'm consuming this year! - Ian Waring
BTW, Semil is a great voice to have in this discussion. I hope he's on the show more. - Rob Underwood
Sinofsky largely moved MS off Win 32 and onto http based interfaces - Ian Waring
+1 Rob - Frank Paynter
Ian, I hate the news that I have to eat less to lose weight. - Frank Paynter
The iPhone wasn't lean. You need a polished product to succeed today. - Murray Macdonald
True, MVP doesn't work well for mobile - Michael Mahemoff
This point that Keith makes week after week is very important, imo. - Tom Guarriello
... is this going to lead to another music discussion. old music vs. new music? - Rob Underwood
Next iPhone will be encased in Liquid Metal. No more milled Alluminium - Ian Waring
and Sapphire screen - Ian Waring
Only if there's a decent tuba part in the new music. - Frank Paynter
I used QUip yesterday. Pretty good:-) - Francine Hardaway
I recommended it to a friend yesterday - Ian Waring
I think this is why Larry has taken up this moonshot idea, Keith. Scale innovation is not what the market is about. - Tom Guarriello
Semil's prescient, none downloadable mobile apps emerging. Ties with Keith's broken lean startup. - clive boulton
iOS is a 45, Android the album? - Kevin Marks
Sinofsky moved MS off of .NET and back onto Win 32. I don't know where you got the idea that he moved it to http based interfaces. That is NOT true in Windows for the most part, except in the tiles up front that most people don't really like that much. - Robert Scoble
Quip that is - though I think Keith was right last year. California seems to ignore the effect of installed bases of lethagic (to change) markets - Ian Waring
Carousal - Kevin Marks
Anyone going to the smart fabrics show on the 23rd? http://www.smartfabricsconference.com/home... - Murray Macdonald
Carousel reminds us all that Mad Men is coming back on Sunday!! - Tom Guarriello
I find it interesting that Quip has been around food a while but people are starting to talk about it again. giving it a second look. that doesn't always happen - Tina Chase Gillmor
Mad Men is coming back? So is Nurse Jackie. - Francine Hardaway
smaller ipads? - Kevin Marks
Oh, thanks for the Nurse Jackie reminder, Francine. One of my faves. - Tom Guarriello
i really NEED a bigger screen - Tina Chase Gillmor
not want. NEED - Tina Chase Gillmor
I love my bigger screen - Francine Hardaway
I love the big android screens - Kevin Marks
Although I hate the Android phone. Texting is sub-optimal if your friends are on IOS - Francine Hardaway
francine: Samsung? - Tina Chase Gillmor
Insert obligatory, "size matters" remarks here... - Tom Guarriello
Nexus 5 - Francine Hardaway
the texting problem is on Apple's end - Kevin Marks
I'll buy it off you Francine. :) - Murray Macdonald
Self cannibalization by Apple once again... - Tom Guarriello
I have to keep it Murray until Apple releases iPhone 6 - Francine Hardaway
Looking back as far as 2005, Sinofsky was throwing http APIs to Sharepoint and the whole Office Suite - thought this continued into Windows 8... - Ian Waring
How about a bigger battery? - Charlie Isaacs
Oh, that's another thing about the Nexus 5 that I don't like: 1/2 day of battery life - Francine Hardaway
you all know it's not the size, it's what you do with it that matters, right? - Tina Chase Gillmor
Android fragmentation addressed via Google play API services http://www.visionmobile.com/blog... - clive boulton
Android fragments help to reduce recoding. Using a browser (or hybrid app) you can ignore screen size if you practice responsive design. - Murray Macdonald
I love it when Tina talks about batteries like that - Charlie Isaacs
somehow I can only say silly things today :-) - Tina Chase Gillmor
I have solved the battery problems in my life. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. Mophie. And a car charger. - Robert Scoble
Interesting thing is that Amazon Fire has YouTube and looks like a carbon copy of Android TV screen shots - Ian Waring
I have a Mophie - Francine Hardaway
I use a Mophie, it almost gets me to the end of the day now - Charlie Isaacs
Anybody on this stream score a WWDC ticket? - Tom Guarriello
didn't try - Kevin Marks
Instead of a Mophie, wouldn't life just be better if you could remove / replace the battery on an iPhone, with spare batteries hanging around? - Chien-Yu Lin
Mophiestopheles!!! - Alex de Soto
3D smartphone giveaway at Google I/O? - clive boulton
Title of the show: "My Heartbleeds for the NSA" - Charlie Isaacs
yes +Chien what a novel concept - Charlie Isaacs
Some of the Boston Robotics Mule replacements sound like a lawnmower too - not good in a conflict theatre - Ian Waring
Take the money and run? - Alex de Soto
Semil, Please return to the show soon. - Rob Underwood
Yes, we like Semil - Francine Hardaway
+1 Semil - Alex de Soto
+1 Semil - Tom Guarriello
No Keith, I live with the left - Francine Hardaway
+1 here too - Ian Waring
I think the sound of a few hundred Boston Dynamics bots would be scary as hell. - Murray Macdonald
Semil = Nice input from a different perspective of the industry - Chien-Yu Lin
Semil works :-) - Tina Chase Gillmor
Keep Keith, Keep Keith!! - Tom Guarriello
No, we love you too! - Rob Underwood
Let Keith sing! - Rob Underwood
new campaign: Save Keith - Tina Chase Gillmor
Only person last week who recognised the effect of the Office installed base vs Quip - Ian Waring
+1 Semil - J.C. Bouvier
+1 X 2 Keith - Alex de Soto
Yes, and that's what I'm waiting for - Francine Hardaway
Alternate Semil and John Taschek - clive boulton
I have a feeling this will be one of the more re-watched Gillmor Gang's on techcrunch, etc... this episode will have some traction. - Rob Underwood
There are no Bad Gangsters. Keep 'em all coming through... - Tom Guarriello
What is the world coming to? Everyone is eating better and swearing less. - Rob Underwood
I want to see the bottle again. Thanks! - Murray Macdonald
what happened to the drinking less thing - Rob Underwood
Cheers! - Alex de Soto
+1 on notifications everywhere Steve - J.C. Bouvier
I've been multi-tasking again. Listening to your soothing voices but only just now paying attention ... apps ... something something ... party - Laura Norvig
H/T to Robert S for that shot of the party ... awesome. - Rob Underwood
Okay, that's it. Opening a bottle. - Murray Macdonald
Pete Stringfellow, country star is in the house! - Robert Scoble
+Robert, that vineyard better send you some free bottles for that placement ad :) - Charlie Isaacs
Francine, the over 50 crowd ... - Laura Norvig
Charlie: Pete brought it. It's an award-winning pinot. VERY awesome! - Robert Scoble
Have a nice weekend all...watch yer angle! - J.C. Bouvier
Cheers! - Rob Underwood
awesome Robert :) - Charlie Isaacs
No drunk droning. - Murray Macdonald
Always learn something from the show. Be safe. Have fun. See you all next week. - Chien-Yu Lin
Really pleased to have caught the live feed today - boy does the video look good - Roger Shepherd
ha Murray - Charlie Isaacs
great show, Folks!!! Thanks - Tina Chase Gillmor
Amit Patel
rm -rf /Pixar/Toy-Story-2 - Amit Patel
"What do you mean backups have failed for the last month?" - Amit Patel
Remember tape rotations? God I hated doing that. - Todd Hoff
Best. Story. Ever. - Laura Norvig
Francine Hardaway
Todd Hoff
Is This A Crazy Guy Just Walking Miles In The Snow Or A Creative Genius? - http://tranquilmonkey.com/is-this...
Is This A Crazy Guy Just Walking Miles In The Snow Or A Creative Genius?
"Beginning today, you will not be able to forget Simon Beck, even if you’re just meeting him for the first time. His wintry works of art will work their way right inside your heart. I can’t think of any artist well known as Simon when it comes to creating exceptionally fine and meticulous pieces of art in the snow." - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
Stephen Mack
Just had a meeting with the CEO and received a gift package in recognition of my 15 years at TiVo. Wow. Feeling thankful and appreciated.
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They should appreciate you because from what I've seen, you kick a lot of ass. - Spidra Webster
Thanks, Spidra! - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Cool! So nice to be appreciated! (Thought they might have finally given you a screensaver, though. ;-P ) - Anne Bouey
Congratulations, Stephen! I'm positive it's very well deserved! - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
Congrats Stephen! - Me
Congrats! I'll be right over to help you drink that Dom Perignon! Lol! - Yvonne from FFHound!
Congratulations, Stephen! - Stephan Planken
Congrats Stephen, you rock! - Louis Gray
Congrats! You deserve it. - Mary Carmen
The box is stunning, and well deserved. - Scott. Cat Herder.
Congratulations, Stephen! - Brent Schaus
Congrats! Stephen is the man! - imabonehead
Thank you, everyone! - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Congrats, Stephen! I'm convinced it's well deserved :) - Eivind
Well, they give it to everyone who makes it 15 years. ;) - Stephen Mack from iPhone
I hope you'll still drink Dom P from the TiVo trophy like a race winner :) - Eivind
Awesome! Very well deserved. :) - Jenny H. from Android
Now you have 15 years of TV broadcasts to watch that were recorded while you were at work. - Vezquex
Kevin Fox
Happy US palindrome day! (And tomorrow, and the next day, and the next 7 days after that!)
It's a date! - Laura Norvig
Eric - Watch Me Now
On top of Heartbleed. This is why I pay for @LastPass. http://blog.lastpass.com/2014...
On top of Heartbleed. This is why I pay for @LastPass. http://blog.lastpass.com/2014/04/lastpass-now-checks-if-your-sites-are.html?m=1
Interesting but troublesome. LastPass, which I've never heard of, informs me that two banking/investment sites are absolutely positively unsafe, when those sites have assured me that they are not affected. So do I believe people *liable for restoring money* if they're wrong, or LastPass? - Walt Crawford
Oh: One exception: the bank I use most often, a little tiny bank that's one of America's five largest, returns a "are you sure this site exists?" message. That gives me loads of confidence--that, and that LastPass never once returned a positive message. - Walt Crawford
Hmm. Just read Mashable's story. In *every single case* (all five that I'd checked) the sites LastPass tells me either don't exist or are vulnerable are sites that Mashable reports as not affected. - Walt Crawford
For me, some of them are a bit misleading -- Amazon itself isn't affected, but their webservices are, so they're listed. I'm falling in 'better safe than sorry' territory with most of my sites, and am just working through each one as they pop up and changing them. LastPass itself makes this fairly easy, and I updated my master password there as well. - Jennifer Dittrich
As a subscriber, I just went through and changed Tumblr and Woot, but waiting on Amazon, NetFlix, and Gmail due to certificates. - Eric - Watch Me Now
Yeah, I'm not sure about the gmail one - some articles quote them saying they've addressed it, but all of the certs I'm seeing are at least a month old and use TLS 1.2 - Jennifer Dittrich
Not as big a deal for GMail for me since I use two factor authentication. Also, turn on two factor authentication if you haven't yet. - Eric - Watch Me Now
I had such an overwhelmingly horrible experience with google's two-factor login that I'm a little gun-shy on that one. - Jennifer Dittrich
"Tis a pain in the ass. - Eric - Watch Me Now
Morton Fox
I remembered the milk but I guess I forgot about Remember The Milk. :P #oldaccounts #lastpassarchaeology
Morton Fox
Did a bunch of password changes this evening based on what sites Lastpass said were already updated. Also using a better generator this time
Stephen Mack
Just kidding
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I think we have a winner! - Steel Penguin Slippy
I luh you, man. - MoTO Moca Blend
:DDD - Jenny H. from Android
Weirdly, Stephen Stucker looks like a lot like my avatar. (RIP, http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki...) - Stephen Mack from iPhone
I thought your avatar looked familiar! - Betsy
Whoa. I had no idea old boy was even gone. And to think. There's a sale at Penney's. - Akiva
Sarah G.
RT @waxpancake: A startup calling itself innovative or disruptive is like a comedian calling themself funny. Let other people say that about you.
so, so, so, so, SO much this. - RepoRat
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