This Week’s Tweets

  • I can't begin to explain how irked I am that McDonald's gets an exemption from the health bill, but delis across the US won't have a chance. #
  • The Dow is above 11,000 for the first time in 5 months. Good job everyone, the economy is now fixed. #
  • If Microsoft bought Adobe, would they convert Dreamweaver's HTML engine into Word's rendering engine? #
  • Holy crap @indystar, how many ads are you going to shove in my face in your photo gallery!? I'm on photo 17 and every other click is an ad! in reply to indystar #
  • If Adobe and Microsoft merged, I'd probably go become a dog sitter or something equally un-techy. #
  • Hey Indy – my hallway was congested with the cat this morning. How was your commute? Tee hee. #
  • Let it be known that I am hand-preparing every single sandwich that is going to be at Refresh tonight. You're welcome. #
  • Because it's going to prove useful, I want to say you heard this phrase here first: "Trick or Tweet". You're welcome. #
  • I've just about had it with this day. Nothing but phone calls in the last two hours. #
  • SunChips' noisy bio-degradable bags will be going away. #
  • Let it be known that according to, no candidates for Ind. offices (in my districts) officially support gay marriage. #
  • has compiled information for Ind. candidates. Use their VoteEasy doo-dad to find out which candidates are like you. #
  • How weird is it that Firefox sucks now? #
  • Quick question: how many of you have received resumes that include fluff like "Favorite Hobbies" & high school sports? (via @justifystudios) #
  • This month's most searched phrase directing to "get what you want 'harter'". #
  • New Rule: People have got to learn to stop sending me emails without subject lines. Threading doesn't work right in Mail if you don't. #

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Justin has been around the Internet long enough to remember when people started saying “content is king”.

He has worked for some of Indiana’s largest companies, state government, taught college-level courses, and about 1.1M people see his work every year.

You’ll probably see him around Indianapolis on a bicycle.

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