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Josh’s Lifelog for 2009-05-05

  • @FlashDriveDT Thanks. There are several issues like that on my blog. I’m planning to rebuild it from the ground up soon to fix them. :-) in reply to FlashDriveDT #
  • Woo! @Tweetie for Mac 1.1 update is out. Per account notification control, Growl, RT, saved searches, and a bunch more. http://bit.ly/uoFDD #
  • Also, today is the last day to get @Tweetie for Mac for $14.95 instead of $19.95. If you’re on the fence, go get it. http://bit.ly/z1U55 #
  • @motherpopper Is this you? http://bit.ly/15QgGW If so, congrats! If not, someone stole your name! :-) #
  • Everyone’s all excited about the new “big screen” Kindle that’s rumored this week. I’m reserving judgment until I see pics and price. #
  • Giving Twhirl another shot (for our internal laconi.ca instance). It won’t stay on the screen when I switch monitors. Deal breaker. *sigh* #
  • @gregleff I think the keyboard is vital on a Kindle, though. How else are you going to search across all your books, or the store, or web? in reply to gregleff #
  • @Tweetie is there a keyboard shortcut to switch among accounts? If not, may I suggest one? Ctrl+Tab would work nicely and follow convention. #
  • @gregleff Looks like Cmd+Shift+Arrow Keys works to switch between accounts in @Tweetie. Functional, but not intuitive or standard. Thanks! in reply to gregleff #
  • On my Mac, Twhirl has put itself way off the top of the screen. I can’t reach the title bar to move it. How do I get it back on screen? #
  • @xolotl @sundevil @geekgiant Thanks! The right-click on Twhirl icon/Gather Windows worked. Even on the Mac! :-) in reply to xolotl #
  • Thanks for all the Twhirl tips. I’m using it for our internal laconi.ca instance. For Twitter, I’m still a @Tweetie zealot. :-) #
  • I speaking Wed. at @pdxcommconf. In case, you know, you wanted to bring me donuts or something. 😉 #pdxcc09 #
  • I can’t believe how long it takes to copy a 700MB file from a USB stick to my PS3. I want to finish watching RIP:Remix (started on iPhone). #
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