Twitter ramblings for 2010-05-31

“@gclapp: God Bless all those in the US Armed Forces, past and present. Thank you for your service. You are our nation's best.” #

Twitter ramblings for 2010-05-30

Two MacBook Pros, two ThinkPads. One iPad. An Android phone, iPhone, and two BlackBerrys. 3G router for car. Off to a great vacation. #

Twitter ramblings for 2010-05-29

I love the smell of a BBQ grill full of meat and cooking. My neighbors just made me hungry! #

Twitter ramblings for 2010-05-26

I'm frustrated by a decision that I made last fall. Should have stood firm. I'm turning down the "nice guy" knob. # When I reviewed Android, I compared it to Windows. Sales channels (48 countries), OEMs (21), Carriers (59) prove this true. Built to scale. #

Twitter ramblings for 2010-05-22

Rain is pitter patting on the tent. So relaxing. Like listening to a stream over rocks or the lapping of waves on the beach? # 3rd night this week not in my bed. Tonight it's sleeping on the ground in a tent with Jed. #

Twitter ramblings for 2010-05-14

Pandora just threw Cat Stevens Moonshadow at me not long after Cold War Kids, Bush, Weezer, and others. Nice change. I liked it. #

Twitter ramblings for 2010-05-13

Driving past an empty Alpine Country Club every evening really makes me envious. # My Gmail transformation can be "complete" with new drag and drop images into web mail. #

Twitter ramblings for 2010-05-10

I just don't get Youkilis' whole bat holding swing thing. # Big Pappy's melon seems under protected in that tiny helmet. # Red Sox just took the Yankees out behind the wood shed in the bottom of the 3rd. Gosh. #

Twitter ramblings for 2010-05-09

I'm bummed that I'm not going to Mutemath show tonight. If you're there post pictures. On of the best live shows out there. # Replaced my battery in the Checker parking lot. My 2001 finally is one of the old cars in the lot. It is also the one leaking the least oil! # I […]

I love my new headcover. Retro Tom Watson all wool. Real personality with the big pom pom.

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