An idealist who believes in publishing, entrepreneurship, user experience, Ruby, and the ‘Greater Fool’. Working on @small_epic and @booksconvos.
She’s just itching for the open road… http://t.co/2SCgOs5j4Y
Uh-oh, bicycle number four? http://t.co/Qcw24mEb6m
Help Grandpa remember where he took his amazing photographs: http://t.co/swQdRZe83W
So, what do you, go for in a girl? I’d like a girl who, reads. https://t.co/qFFaZuGenq@dotmariusz All good, no rush. :)@dotmariusz I’ll be also around tomorrow if you want to freestyle it.@dotmariusz Oh great, Friday week perhaps.@neohysteria I can guarantee that hurling laptops across the room won’t cure your Photoshop woes. :)@dotmariusz Next week’s probably better for me also. I’m based out of Betahaus, so we’re probably close.@dotmariusz Open to it if I can add value. Shall we grab a coffee sometime? Where are you based?@dotmariusz Hey Mariusz! By the way, love Lifetramp, I’ve wanted something similar for a long time. :) /cc @zachinglis
@jongold Hahahaha, “that’s a fucking bullshit story”, gold.@jasonfried Of course, thanks. Is it possible to obtain a higher resolution of this illustration? http://t.co/IylSclfbVV@jasonfried, @dhh Hey guys, who is the best person to contact for permission to use an illustration from Remote for a review of the book?
@bobearth I went through the same thing with my merchant facility, would have definitely gone with Stripe if it was available at the time.@bobearth On top of that, merchant accounts have their own set of monthly fees, commissions, etc.@bobearth Stripe only requires a normal bank account. eWay requires a merchant account, which also requires a thorough application process.@bobearth A typical payment gateway such as eWay requires you have your own merchant account with the bank, whereas Stripe does not.
@kjingo if all goes well visa wise, hopefully at least a few more years. :)
@kjingo You should make the trip over to Europe so we can go on some epic cycles!@kjingo Shorts and a polo shirt. My very next purchase will be a pair of bicycle shorts. :)@kjingo Protip: 139 kms × Single Speed = Insane Soreness (http://t.co/uypCjqwaFR)@makenosound Perhaps I should. @jonathonbellew, are you thinking about a visit to Berlin?Anyone in Melbourne want to do a Berlin apartment swap from late January to early April 2015?
@paulozoom @joaoLago One of the startup accelerators in London has a sign in their office that reads, “great teams work weekends”. That.@paulozoom @joaoLago And I’ve seen this dismissiveness lead to serious issues later on with many friends.@paulozoom @joaoLago More that I grew up in a culture where they were always the basis of comparison.@paulozoom @joaoLago Sorry, I didn’t mean to dismiss our problems in that way.@paulozoom Neither of them have ever complained about burnout. :)@paulozoom Arriving in Melbourne, they spent three months learning English so they could integrate and eventually started a business.@paulozoom My father and mother (pregnant with me at the time) fled the Vietnam war with 48 refugees on an 11 metre boat.If you want to build a ship, teach your people to long for the endless immensity of the sea. Those stupid assholes will totally fall for it.
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@Kurisu210 Feel bad for Messi—he clearly didn’t appreciate having to walk repeated up and down the stands to collect consolation prizes.
Ikea × Shakespeare = Beautifully Surreal http://t.co/6WPGFARcJq
tsundoku noun The practice of buying books and not reading them, or letting them pile up on shelves or nightstands. Origin: Japanese
“For me, the movies are like a machine that generates empathy.” — Roger Ebert
Alain de Botton nails how I feel simultaneously optimistic, yet pragmatic about marriage: http://t.co/oi7oiWNVW2 Such a great piece.
Beautifully honest family portraits by @matteichphoto: https://t.co/ivfkmJUMdK http://t.co/5e8seXeCWc@markdunbavan Oh congratulations mate! I’ll pencil in Thursday the 24th!@markdunbavan Yes, definitely. How long are you in town for? Business or pleasure? :)@ntlk Not sure if that tweet was literal or euphemistic.@paulozoom 17th of July apparently.@inventur_es @sjors You guys actually read posts on LinkedIn!?Any fellow Berliners up for seeing John Legend at the Tempodrom in October?@paulozoom Is it screening in Berlin!?
@yandle Let me know if there’s anything I might be able to help with. :)
@guyarmitage @moe_tanahy I agree. Hmmm, might see if I can round up some founders with interesting stories@Jeevesmeister @tullyhansen Should probably clarify the type of wrestling you’re talking about.@Jeevesmeister @tullyhansen Dad was a huge fan of WWF growing up, I instead made fun of friends who were convinced it was real.@guyarmitage @moe_tanahy A compilation of startup success/horror stories would make for a good read actually.@tullyhansen What if it was say $500? :)@Jeevesmeister @tullyhansen Haha, I would love to read that! Am I the only one?
To all my writer and aspiring writer friends, If I gave you $1,000 to write about anything that interests you, what would you write about?
“Acquiring enemies doesn't have to mean one's life has gone wrong: just that one has found a few things to believe in.” — Alain de BottonRemember when we used to make stuff with our hands? http://t.co/UNeU7EKzzo http://t.co/X1eoJUDLd0“If you try to delight the undelightable, you’ve made yourself miserable for no reason.” — @thisissethsblog
13 years after my programming tutor tried to force feed VI down my throat, I finally get it: https://t.co/LkeZmn76zk
Rest in peace Massimo Vignelli. http://t.co/XSFyLiqHtN
@bohemiancoding Is there a way to reset the trial? Installed, but hadn’t gotten around to using it. Keen to test drive it on a new project.
@DanielLJThomas Likewise mate. Look forward to showing you around Berlin.
“This is a recipe for a poorer, nastier and more brutish Australia.” Australia, let me know when I can come home: http://t.co/YNUWRle8Bj@Elmo_Keep Oh. In that case, let me know when I can afford to come home.@marvinbarretto London actually, but I left last June! Let me know when you’re in town, and we’ll grab a drink.
@paulozoom Oh yes, I’ve been using their sister site, The Sweet Home. I like their ‘our pick’ and ‘the alternatives’ format.@paulozoom I guess it’s a different use case—people who just want to be told, this is what you should use.@paulozoom No, but I would love to see one. I’m quite fond of @thesweetsetup though: http://t.co/G2rifzneiC@paulozoom …rather than thinking about why their current approach doesn’t work.@paulozoom Me too. I used to teach a workshop on dealing with email overload and found most people want a quick solution in software…@paulozoom Genau! :)@paulozoom Or thinking that a different email client will reduce the burden of email overload.