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Simon Wheatley
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User Research North 6h
Come and join us for a special one off evening with on 28th May at 18:30 at the offices in Manchester. Entry is free but a ticket is required.
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Simon Wheatley 4h
I don’t know if that’s unpopular. I don’t know how common it is. I do know I have to fight to avoid doing it, and, maybe, sometimes, I even win.
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Steve Apr 24
Mozart, who died at age 35, spent much of his early life working entirely average jobs like "child prodigy" and "court composer for the archbishop of Salzburg." Just wait - you too could be a late bloomer who only finds success at age *checks notes* seven
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Simon Wheatley Apr 25
Replying to @simond
Missed opportunity for the old economist joke of adding decimal places to show you have a sense of humour.
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Jeanne Merchant Apr 24
Replying to @xtinehlee
Also, there are female birds that can mate with a male and then eject their sperm before mating with another male they find more suitable for DNA contribution. The birds and the bees talk never sounded more interesting, actually...
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Christine H. Lee 🐓💨 Apr 23
As a beekeeper, I chuckle at the whole “birds and the bees” adage for sex talk. Because the queen mates w 10 drones in the first 2 weeks of her life. Their dicks fall off and plug her body. The dickless drones fall to their death. The queen stores the sperm for use later. Heh.
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Simon Wheatley Apr 24
Replying to @Ipstenu @Twitter
Even just typing that message Twitter was flipping between the keyboard layout with the return key bottom right and the keyboard layout with @ and # bottom right. Argh!
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Simon Wheatley Apr 24
Replying to @Ipstenu @Twitter
Eugh! Twitter’s UX is so fidgety and squirrelly and unsettling and just annoying. “Oh an interesting tweet” *half a wrong gesture* “Well, I guess I’m never seeing that again.” (Repeat)
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Simon Wheatley Apr 24
I’m sorry, Sarah, the code you wrote first is the code which will run in production. The people have spoken.
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Simon Wheatley Apr 24
We’re set up and I’m scribbling some notes to lead the Manchester Product Coffee discussion on communicating roadmaps… looking forward to learning from fellow Product Folk ☕️
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Russell Curtis Apr 23
So the 1922 Committee is trying to find ways to bring forward a second vote of no confidence in the prime minister because they didn't like the result the first time around... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Simon Wheatley Apr 23
Link rot is real 😐
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Simon Wheatley Apr 22
Does anything look appealing? 😃 Fully distributed and lovely folks:
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Simon Wheatley Apr 22
Replying to @AdamRamsay
I’m going to guess travel, but that doesn’t seem like the whole story. What else is there?
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Simon Wheatley Apr 21
USE SUNCREAM AND STAY IN THE SHADE, JEEZ
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Charles Finch Apr 19
Based on samples taken from the lens of its eye this year, this shark was alive in 1672.
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Simon Wheatley Apr 21
Replying to @sophiekhaksari
Separately or all at once?
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Simon Wheatley Apr 21
Replying to @opgreenfly
Thank you!
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Simon Wheatley Apr 21
Replying to @MarkLittlewood
😒
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Simon Wheatley Apr 21
Replying to @MarkLittlewood
Oh
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