This Week’s Tweets

  • For those of you asking, you'll have to check in next Wednesday for the news! http://bit.ly/eAnblr #
  • I think it's going to be kind of a big deal for Indy's web people: http://bit.ly/eAnblr #
  • I can find things for way cheaper online, when shipping is free, than I can at any local store. $8, tax-less, skillet splatter guard! #
  • If Mitch Daniels can put a voucher system in place in this state (I think he can), DST and the toll road lease will look like mere hobbies. #
  • In Lebanon for a client meeting this morning. It's a beautiful spring day out there. #
  • Next week is just another week. That you might not forget. http://www.refreshindy.com (via @refreshindy) #
  • Printers are so needy. "My ink expired", "I don't have any paper", "I need to run a maintenance check", "I can't find my own scanner". Grr. #
  • Someone explain to me why LA has their own domain name suffix? #
  • From my latest Salem Leader column: "The rapture sure as heck won't happen unless I've just washed my car." #
  • Kinda irked Facebook doesn't let me put "HTML" in my "Languages" profile. #
  • POP QUIZ: What's the best online bank that everyone loves but no one's heard about? That's the bank I want. GO! #
  • Dear PNC,

    I think you're all a bunch of backward asshats.

    Thanks,
    Justin. #

  • Writing my next column for the Salem Leader. It's a doozy. I mention Jesus, Noah, the rapture, Kentucky and washing my car all in 800 words. #
  • Now that Congress has legislated TV commercial volume 10 years late, what will they dictate next? Maybe that VCR clocks should auto-update? #
  • Since I haven't heard anyone say it yet: SNOWPOCALYPSE! WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!!!!1!1!! #
  • I wonder if Peapod has a run on bread, milks and eggs when it snows just like brick and mortar stores do? #

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About JUSTIN HARTER

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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