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Twitter Updates for 2010-06-27

204.51.97.63 is a lame hacker. #

Twitter Updates for 2010-06-24

I am really enjoying reading web articles with the Safari 5 Reader feature. No more looking for a "view all" or "print" link. # Another reason I like Safari Reader: Sites that use tiny fonts, or poor color choices. With Reader I can read the entire article easily. # @tracfonecalls Does a LG420G purchased at […]

Twitter Updates for 2010-06-18

@SG The use of t.co will be mandatory for all tweets?!? Ugh. Can a twitter account opt out? I dislike adding another level of complexity. #

Twitter Updates for 2010-06-17

@twitter How can those of us with multiple email addresses get "found" via a search? I see nowhere to enter more than one email address. # iPhone 4: 600,000 pre-orders times $599 > a third of a Billion bucks. A billion here, a billion there, pretty soon it adds up to real money. #

Twitter Updates for 2010-06-16

@perishable A few months ago I wrote a bash script that grabbed all of my old tweets using the Twitter api. Interested? #iwantmytweetsback in reply to perishable #

Twitter Updates for 2010-06-13

I think cloud-ips.com is bad. One of their customers just attacked my FTP server. 173.203.72.5 #

Twitter Updates for 2010-06-02

Someone at 66.242.19.69 is looking for WordPress vulnerabilities #

Twitter Updates for 2010-06-01

@serverbeach are you having major issues of some sort in the Virginia data center? # Someone at 135.196.106.146 is out looking for security vulnerabilities in PHPScheduleIt. #