The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @kemmott ever

January 2012

Ihnatko Your Thought For Today: In 2011, Hostess sold 36M packages of Twinkies. Apple sold 37M iPhones…in the LAST QUARTER ALONE.

via web (retweeted on 1:56 PM, Jan 31st, 2012 via Echofon)

nealbrennan One of the greatest letters I’ve ever read. You gotta read this. Takes 90 seconds.

via WhoSay (retweeted on 8:10 AM, Jan 31st, 2012 via Tweetbot for iOS)

quarkon 99 bugs in the legacy code, 99 bugs in the code.
Take one down, pass it around.
102 bugs in the legacy code.

via web (retweeted on 8:42 PM, Jan 26th, 2012 via Tweetbot for iOS)

tvoti I would kill to watch a show where Joe Biden and John Boehner jumped cars over gulleys.

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 9:53 PM, Jan 24th, 2012 via Tweetbot for iOS)

LILWAYNESWORLD why sopa is a bad idea: it’s just soap spelled incorrectly

via web (retweeted on 10:12 PM, Jan 23rd, 2012 via Tweetbot for iOS)

Skulled Under SOPA, you could get 5 years for uploading a Michael Jackson song. One year more than the doctor who killed him.

via web (retweeted on 7:07 PM, Jan 18th, 2012 via Tweetbot for iOS)

stephenfry Kindle, Apple, PSP 3, Xbox,Nokia, Samsung, Wii, IBM, Intel, MS all made at Foxconn. Apple takes the flak but only Apple truly addressing it.

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 11:22 AM, Jan 17th, 2012 via Echofon)

dcurtis I want a team management tool that merges Campfire, a wiki, Google Docs, GTalk, and Pivotal Tracker into one minimalist realtime mac app.

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 9:38 PM, Jan 10th, 2012 via Tweetbot for iOS)

robdelaney Oh darn, Michele Bachmann won’t have access to NUCLEAR WEAPONS.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 8:30 AM, Jan 5th, 2012 via Tweetbot for iOS)

@danbenjamin I missed the omnibar the most - I used… (granted, a SIMBL plugin) to add it to Safari.

via Echofon in reply to danbenjamin

designworklife RT @_TimothyPower: This is how Lego marketed to girls in 1981. Wouldn’t it be nice if toy companies still marketed…

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 10:15 PM, Jan 2nd, 2012 via Flipboard)

thomasfuchs To make great software, you neither need to be a rockstar programmer or study CS. What you need is to understand human beings thoroughly.

via Echofon (retweeted on 1:58 PM, Jan 2nd, 2012 via Tweetbot for iOS)