Twitter Digest: 2011-10-27

  • Rational Irrationality: Rick Perry’s Ugly Tax Hybrid: Not Flat, Not Fair, Not Credible – #
  • Carving pumpkins for kids' carnival, & packing for morning flight at same time. Concerned I'll end up carving clothes & packing pumpkin. #
  • Andy Hertzfeld on the Macintosh's early days and its long-term legacy. /via @timoreilly #
  • Peter Thiel launches Breakout Labs to fund early-stage research #
  • My SWA boarding karma these days is ~0.1 Kelvin. #
  • Grim Reaper: … you [Americans] talk & say 'Let me tell you something' & 'I just wanna say this.' Well, you're dead now, so shut up. #
  • I know men's jean sizes are lies, but is simply absurd that a size 31 pair of jeans has a waist two inches too big. #
  • My right knee feels like I went over the bars of my MTB yesterday and smashed into a rock. Curious, that. #
  • Today's travel peeve: Adults who regress to toddler state once on a conveyor or escalator. Move, damnit. #
  • Just realized moments ago that i may have left a car in an airport long-term parking lot in 2002. #
  • Happily, the long term lot is in another country. #
  • Why does Shutterfly still exist? What are you kind Shutterfly users doing there? #
  • YouTube’s top channels rival cable audiences — /via @briannorgard #
  • Photo series: Bangkok Underwater – #
  • By golly, what we’ve got here is a failure to decorrelate – #

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  1. Esteban says:

    PK said: "Why does Shutterfly still exist? What are you kind Shutterfly users doing there?"

    Someone please enlighten me. What makes Shutterfly antiquated?