Josh’s Lifelog for 2009-02-11

  • I’m going to have flashbacks of Snowmageddon 2008 every time I see a snowflake for the rest of my life, aren’t I? #pdxtst #
  • @sumwan @sqlsunshine @sqlbatman IMHO, Tweetie is the best iPhone Twitter app, hands down. I love it to pieces. http://tinyurl.com/6fm9eh in reply to sumwan #
  • @7_7 I liked Tweetsville, and it was my favorite until Tweetie came along. Tweetie was MUCH faster at the time. But TV is still a great app. in reply to 7_7 #
  • @7_7 It’s only three bucks. Totally worth it IMO. Would you buy a $3 beverage if a friend told you it was awesome, and worth it? ๐Ÿ™‚ in reply to 7_7 #
  • @shergill I’ve not tried Twitterfon, but I’ve heard good things. It seems to be popular among the “I don’t want to pay for Tweetie” crowd ๐Ÿ˜‰ in reply to shergill #
  • @archivist08 Use this little app, “A to G”, to export your Address Book contacts to a format Gmail can import: http://tinyurl.com/5uruvx in reply to archivist08 #
  • @archivist08 Yes, as of 10.5.something, Address Book can sync to Gmail all by itself (check in Preferences). in reply to archivist08 #
  • @brady This search seems to cover all Creative Commons stuff on Flickr, if I’m not mistaken: http://flickr.com/search/?l=cc in reply to brady #
  • Dear Twitter: I need an antenna recommendation for Over The Air digital TV. I live in Beaverton, about 7 miles from the towers. What works? #
  • @gwalter @jgbell antennaweb.org is definitely awesome. It’s how I know exactly what direction and how far the towers are. ๐Ÿ™‚ #
  • To clarify, I have some amplified VHF/UHF rabbit ears, but I’m only getting about 20% of the local digital channels with them. Need better. #