Twitter Updates for 2011-07-04

  • Link: Nielsen: Apple's iPhone growing, Android flat as smartphone sales surge: Smartphone sales in the U.S. have… #
  • Link: Toss Your Expectations Into the Ocean: ‘Act without expectation.’ ~Lao Tzu
    Post written by Leo Babauta… #
  • Link: Breaking Bad season 4 teaser trailer: There's just over two weeks to go until the return of Breaking Bad. … #
  • Link: David Tennant gets a Fright Night character poster: Four new character posters for the upcoming new take o… #
  • Link: Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol trailer: Tom Cruise and Jeremy Renner headline Mission: Impossible 4,… #
  • Link: Doctor Who: a celebration of Patrick Troughton: We take a look back at the Second and pivotal Doctor, play… #
  • Google Inc. in preliminary talks to buy Hulu #
  • Just ordered a huge amount of stuff to bring back to Sydney from Prices are SO cheaper here for books… #
  • Is Adam West in The Dark Knight Rises? Holy random rumour, Batman! ME: How wonderful would that be? #
  • New at, Little Moments: How technology connects us more, not less #
  • Coffee courtesy U.N.C.L.E. #
  • Sexual Activity Tracked By Fitbit Shows Up In Google Search via @zite ME: Be careful what you set to be public, folks. #
  • The story of the rarest Beatles album, ever, and the man who owned a case of mint sealed copies: #
  • Downloading 6 months of patches for the computers I left in the US. My wireless router, after a half-year's rest, is squealing in pain. #
  • Bought a used xbox 360 for the boys, plugged it in, screen pops up and then, when I try and connect to XBOX Live – Red rings. Back she goes. #
  • Just read Disney is adapting the Matterhorn ride into a movie. If that is successful, I understand they may adapt the Star Tours ride… #
  • The Messenger bag from U.N.C.L.E. #
  • Alternating between Florence and the Machine and classic 80's tracks. May get whiplash. #
  • A post I'm particularly proud of, my interpretation of the last episode of The Prisoner. #beseeingyou #

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Joseph Dickerson is a user experience professional and UX Lead for Microsoft based out of Atlanta, GA. He has implemented processes in user testing, design and ethnographic research and provided design and consulting services for many different projects and organizations.

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