May 21st, 2009

color cycle (slow)

Daily twitter

  • 05:53 Finally got a chance to shave off this beard I accumulated. It's amazing the difference a new shaver makes. I prefer to be clean-shaven. #
  • 06:31 Flat tire. Again. Totally flat, not just low. Bike shop doesn't open for two hours, shuttles not yet going. Walking to work. #
  • 06:40 One advantage of a numerical bike lock: I parked my bike in the Transit Center cage right next to the bike shop; I'll call at opening w/num. #
  • 08:08 Fixing that extremely inefficient data structure I ranted about a few days ago. Not hard at all to replace the backing List with a HashSet. #
  • 08:47 Called in the flat tire to the bike repair shop. Number lock + bike cage next to the bike shop + good customer service = convenient. #
  • 10:19 Using HotBits to provide an extremely arbitrary number to use as the base of an XOR-driven hashing funciton over an unordered collection. #
  • 12:51 Why am I okay with trip-hop with aggressive, violent, and generally antisocial themes, but repulsed by specifically misogynistic lyrics? #
  • 13:01 Wow, that's the most deeply sarcastic e-mail I've ever seen; a true work of art. Birthday parties for year-old bug reports indeed! #
  • 13:40 I'm not sure why, but "Nothing can Stop Torg!" is an excellent song to listen to while writing test design documents. #
  • 14:53 Attn. dev who wrote this spec: those little red squiggly lines in Word are trying to tell you something. At least he actually wrote a spec. #
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