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Josh’s Lifelog for 2008-08-28

  • Ooh! FriendFeed has widgets! I’ve been wanting a way to put that stuff on my blog. Wish I could exclude tweets tho http://tinyurl.com/5gego3 #
  • That is, I’m quite happy with the way my tweets are archived on my blog as my “lifelog” using WP and Twitter Tools. But I want my FF too! :) #
  • I’ve added the FriendFeed widget to my site. Have a look, let me know what you think? http://www.tinyscreenfuls.com #
  • I still wish I could filter Twitter out of the FF widget, but then again, it does show *today’s* tweets, which my lifelog doesn’t. #
  • When helping some new people start using Twitter yesterday, they were asking me what the heck the birds and whale were all about. D’oh! :-( #
  • @ahockley I’d get a D3 (or a D300 or a D700) in a half a heartbeat if I had the money. :-) #
  • @chippy Yeah, I think I’ll dump the logo, too. Takes up too much space. #
  • @lordjosh Consider yourself lucky, as a Twitter user, that you’re not more intimately familiar with the Failwhale: http://failwhale.com/ :-) #
  • @durf Any of those D90 videos downloadable in original format? Ubuqity only goes so far in helping me translate/understand Japanese. 😉 #
  • My CSS is WEAK. Trying to figure out how to make the font size inside the FF widget smaller, to match other stuff in sidebar. I’m too dumb. #
  • It amazes me that, 6 months after it opened, people still walk into the remodeled Intel JF1 space, and loudly marvel “Wow, this is new!” :-) #
  • @jmoriarty That sucks. Go rest, and hope you feel better soon! #
  • @ahockley Exactly. It was the one tube I use that wasn’t yet tied into my blog. Hope to get the kinks worked out before WordCampPDX! :-) #
  • OH: “Intel is renowned for having the attention span of a two year old.” :-) #
  • After a long Greasemonkey hiatus, going on a spree at userscripts.org, installing a bunch of cool stuff. #
  • Just dropped by the Ars Lounge for the first time in a while, and there’s a ton of sick/lost family members, and other sad stuff. Bummed. :( #
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