- In line at Beech Grove Wal-Mart. 3 people here waiting for iPads. #
- Biggest full moon in 19 years happening now. Possible cause to huge natural disasters? http://t.co/of3e6zq #
- Here's a thought: if Ind. Sec. of State Charlie White's votes are thrown out for fraud, does that mean the GOP loses ballot access? #
- Is there someone you've always wanted to hear speak, but haven't been able to? #
- Today's tale: client sent a bunch of Word docs as ZIP files. Except they were never saved as ZIP files. He just decided to add .zip to them. #
- For lent, I'm giving up women, rap music, alcohol and prayer. Wish me luck. #
- I have a client who doesn't know my name. I've lost all control of that. I should just walk away… #
- Uverse is now offered in my neighborhood. What say ye, Twitterverse, should I switch from Comcast? Is it better? The same? #
- I hate chat clients, video chatting, phone calls and most of all, text messages. Hate hate hate. So, just email me so I can ignore you. #
- If Kurt and Blaine don't kiss on Glee already, I'm going to throw the cat across the room. #
- re:build conf is happy to bring @kurafire in as our 5th speaker. Tickets are $99 until we announce our last speaker. http://t.co/QPd0j7b #
- PIONEERING! EXCELLENCE! MENTORING! CHURCH! FUCK YEAH! http://t.co/QG5lRe7 #
- Pro tip: don't ever work for anyone that types the word "on-line", complete with quotes, as if the Internet is new-fangled and trendy. #
- . @dishnetwork – That's pretty frickin dumb. #
- . @dishnetwork Why does LIN even get to charge money for it's content? They broadcast it for free! #
- I don't use DISH Network, but I still don't get why they shut out CBS? Especially when CBS distributes everything for free over-the-air. #
- . @PeapodDelivers said they'd be here at 9:34 am. It's, uh, 9:34 am. Uncanny! #
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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.