One month ago I announced that I leaving and going back to Second full-time. That plan has been in motion for the past few weeks and has me writing this post on a couch in my hometown of Evansville, Indiana after selling everything I own, driving three days from San Francisco to and flying from there to Indianapolis. I'll figure out my living situation in the next few months, but for now free couches and the quiet comforts of during the holiday season doesn't seem like such a bad thing.
…is in Indianapolis, IN , which is easy to get to from just about anywhere. Indianapolis is home to large events like the Children's Museum , which is fun for kids of any age., the 500, and others, and there is a plethora of cultural activities to do and see. It is also home to the world's largest
At $ 99 , this conference will surely sell out quickly, and space is limited. Be sure to mark your calendars for November 8-9 and register as soon …
Foursquare : I don't use Foursquare much when I am in my home base of Indianapolis. When I travel or visit a new city, however, I make an effort to check into every place I visit. I am terrible with names, so having a record of that great restaurant or store I visited in is just a few taps away.
As boring as that may be. ↩
Fisher went to Indianapolis and thought that people are going want to race cars eventually. He decided to build a race track which is now known as the Indy 500. Others thought he lost his mind: "Nobody is going to watch people drive around in circle" people told him. 6 people died during the first race Fisher had at Indy 500. It was a huge disaster. Fisher did not give up, he changed the surface of the track, improved a few other things and Indy 500 eventually started to …
…released because it felt so foreign, but now I can't imagine using another client. That's why it is so disappointing that Twitter is going to put a dickbar on it eventually.
As a piece of user interface it is pretty neat how it works. Core Animation is awesome.
Of course, Indianapolis is not on the list despite being one of the larger cities. In fact, I don't think Twitter has added any new cities to the list since launch