Twitter Updates for 2012-02-24

  • @martinvars Gay marriage affects me. It helps me teach my kids that marriage = love and commitment b/t 2 people, not gender roles. #
  • Google is smart enough to know it has to play by Washington's rules. But it's a shame they do. http://t.co/8rI5oNLK #
  • @gen It's a shame that lobbying by ideas must give way to lobbying by lobbying. Congress is broken broken broken. #
  • Reading student evals. The very basic online elements I used made a big impact. Brings home how under-used tech is in higher ed. #
  • There's a Terminator joke in there somewhere. RT @kfitchard: It’s Alive! AT&T’s networks become self-aware http://t.co/nHhGmiIR #
  • @meredithperry Simple stuff. Online quizzes & discussion boards. The course was in 6 sections for 400 students, so logistics are hard. #
  • Participating in conference today at Penn Law on economic and regulatory implications of cloud computing. http://t.co/xnTW1RGN #
  • RT @EconBizFin: Last year online sales in America reached $188 billion, about 8% of total retail sales http://t.co/7J8qKjNP #ecommerce #
  • Creepy to see a listing for the Beach Boys 50th Anniversary Tour. Remember "hope I die 'fore I get old?" (different band, I know.) #
  • I wonder what percentage of great Albert Einstein quotes are actually, you know, things Einstein said. I'd guess well <50%. #
  • RT @adamwerbach: Video games improving cancer treatment. http://t.co/kKJjIDnf [Says gamer demand=>cheap fast GPUs=>better cancer reserach] #
  • RT @anildash: Tech startups love to disrupt big, slow industries. So why not government next? http://t.co/yDoFMgwb (cc @votizen) #
  • @anildash Hear hear! But what you rightly want to disrupt is politics, not government. The latter is a different issue. #
  • @adamwerbach my favorite Einstein non-quote is the one about wireless and no cat. Apocryphal, but too good not to use. #
  • "To sustain that growth Apple would have to sell an iPhone to every man, woman, child, animal and rock on the planet.” http://t.co/qtGMwZHl #
  • Even more than were at Romney's speech? RT @DanielPink: Yesterday 32 million people were online concurrently on Skype: http://t.co/dmixHBCg #