My twitter stream goes past like a blur, and mashing the Favourite button is the only way I can hold onto things. I don’t normally do anything with them, but I thought it might be nice to share a short, curated list from the week. I might even do this regularly, if I get around to it.
Here is this week, including the geeky jokes and ernest political messages that my subconscious loves so dearly.
Thought for the day: What happens in a Black Hole, stays in a Black Hole.— Andrew Brown (@oneexwidow) July 5, 2013
some developers come across as bots answering "just use vim" to every question. way to kill the "arrogant computer geek" stereotype— Christian Heilmann (@codepo8) July 5, 2013
The criterion for sainthood should be saintliness, not magically curing verrucas (or whatever). The man who defended Opus Dei is no saint.— Cardinal Neutron (@neutrondecay) July 5, 2013
Tony Blair comes out in support of Ed Miliband, thus putting the final nail in his coffin.— Rachel Lemon (@RachelvsPublic) July 9, 2013
@RozKaveney It's a bit much to accuse a party that got 23% of the vote but only 10% of the seats in Westminster of "Gerrymandering"— Zoe O'Connell (@zoeimogen) July 10, 2013
The internet has taken us full circle back to Ancient Egypt - emoticons and the worship of cats.— Periwinkle Jones (@peachesanscream) July 10, 2013
Also, if Ed Miliband is really against 'machine politics' then he should abolish the role of Chief Whips. Cancerous to Parliament.— Daniel Furr (@DanielFurrUK) July 11, 2013
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