April 16th, 2021


My tweets

  • Thu, 12:14: Wow, Twitter apparently has their archive server connected to the Internet using a T1 line https://t.co/YyaLlK34MS
  • Thu, 12:26: RT @kcotsneb: With the SIGSAC voting info being sent out today, just a quick reminder that voting for @kevinrbbutler for chair (https://t.c…
  • Thu, 14:06: Must remind self and students to avoid this style of data presentation in talks. I’ve been staring at this slide for much longer than it was displayed in real-time and I’m still having trouble extracting good insights. (Not to rag on this specific presenter, I’ve done this, too.) https://t.co/zp2jpl4BYa
  • Thu, 16:24: New home automation wishlist: an interlock that turns off the HVAC when the patio door is open
  • Thu, 20:36: It’s a slippery slope, just watch what happened with copyright. Soon it will be life of software developer + 30 days, and then it’ll end whatever keeps Disney vulnerabilities from being published. https://t.co/n8Jx2bJefQ
  • Thu, 20:55: Tag yourself, I’m guy with volleyball and short shorts https://t.co/Zfr2xUxYGR
  • Fri, 08:25: Glad that’s settled. Can we close indoor dining and bars now until more people are vaccinated? https://t.co/q1QxvcPnu1
  • Fri, 08:42: RT @gbrockell: When I was nearly 13, I got caught by police menacing with a deadly weapon. I didn't just have the weapon, I was actually tr…
  • Fri, 09:10: Strong agree. This is why I'm not sympathetic to stories of papers that were rejected and later became impactful (e.g., https://t.co/KwZeYXIzDp). In many cases, those papers should NOT have been accepted in their original form. https://t.co/sMhfkLXcAP