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gwen's Daily Tweets

  • 09:09 Rant: Dear World, HTML is not a programming language. It is a markup language. It even says so in its name. (end rant.. look, markup!)
  • 09:17 Oddly, @kelli mentioning recursion just made me think, "Hmm, I wonder if seating arrangements at the wedding can be solved with a script.."
  • 09:57 Public Service Announcement: I *refused* to do seating charts for the wedding. I am holding to this refusal. My coding idea was theory, ONLY
  • 10:10 Speaking of wedding and kids and dinner... I do actually need to have someone supervising the kids during dinner, any volunteers?
  • 13:59 oo, "his plan to salvage the 48-year-old landmark and transform it into a community ice skating rink" Yes, please! bit.ly/pvkeH
  • 18:59 Why is Forbes a clusterfuck?
  • 19:01 Oh, because the lights are out of sync
  • 21:09 Done with traffic! (@ The Library in Pittsburgh) bit.ly/36WRVQ
  • 21:29 Hey, @sandman71, blast you and your hockey team!
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One thing I've never been able to figure out: there is a lot of fuss made over how the Civic Arena cut off the Hill District from Downtown. At this point, even if the Arena is demolished, how can it be reconnected? 579 is still going to be there, after all. How would anything that can be done be more of a "reconnection" than Bedford or Centre Aves provide?

The new Arena is going to be on the other side of Crosstown from downtown too, so is that connected?

I don't actually care as much about this point -- this is all gentrification stuff that's not really the same thing as what was once there. And it's way too late to do that anyway.

I just want the nearby ice skating rink. :)