This Week’s Tweets

  • Everyone else appears to be out doing things tonight. I made salmon, beans and corn for dinner. The man's meal. #
  • Kitchen Nightmares premieres tonight. You know what that means? It means I have weekend plans! #
  • Whenever iTunes randomly picks "Beast of Burden" to play out of 2,000 songs, I get a little excited. Such an amazing song. #
  • I've said it before and I'll say it again: this "it gets better" stuff for gay teens is crap. It's like telling poor kids, "it gets better!" #
  • Jimmy Johns to Illinois: "Your taxes are too high. We're movin' shop to Indiana!" http://t.co/r9baOwg #Mitch2012 #
  • GAAAAH! SOMEONE JUST PUT FOOT PRINTS IN MY SNOW! I HAAAAAAATE THAT!!!!! Now I have to go pad the holes. #
  • If I lived in Richmond, I'd vote for @ChrisOnCouncil based on that website alone: http://t.co/DI0YYv1 #
  • Comment on salemleader.com: "I am disheartened to hear the Salem KFC has discontinued Chicken Littles. This is a great loss to our county." #
  • My good friend @tonydewan and I are hosting a web conference in July called @rebuildconf & it's just $99. http://t.co/QMRFFZ7 #
  • I've got a client that wants his navigation menu bent around a circle — is that even remotely possible without craptacular hotspots? #
  • At about this time 9 years ago today, my mom died.

    Also, it was raining that day. #

  • ABC News is reporting that Steve Jobs is taking another medical leave from Apple. #
  • Happy to announce the re:build conference coming to Indy in July the other night. Discounts for Refresh Weekend folk. http://rebuildconf.com #
  • Refresh Weekend is down to single digits on the clock. Running on 6 hours of sleep over the last 2 nights. #48hrweb #

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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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