A few of this week’s 37signals staff posts at Twitter.

DHHdhh: Just saw an old piece of ascii art for my old mid-90’s Amiga BBC Electronic Confusion: http://yfrog.com/hqjz6p – those were the days

Sam Stephensonsstephenson: Apple’s battery charger is diminutive next to the competition: http://twitpic.com/2blt5x

Sarah Hattersh: People in my personal life don’t seem to realize: I email all. Day. Long. The last thing a plumber wants to do after work is fix a toilet.

Matt Lindermanmattlinderman: Timelessness in graphic design: An in-depth examination of decades of National Geographic magazine design. http://bit.ly/9QrlR9

Jason Friedjasonfried: The administrator-to-student ratio at major universities has doubled since 1976: http://bit.ly/bGGcX2

Kiran Max Weberkiranmaxweber: Any time spent in @textexpander is time well spent.

uptonicuptonic: Decision time: Are you chilling or relaxing? Pick one and stick with it.

Jason Friedjasonfried: Jazz lovers – check out the great selection of streams at jazzradio.com: http://www.jazzradio.com

Jamis Buckjamis: illustrating is so, so much harder than programming. But I’m learning a ton.

DHHdhh: Someone did a video application for our iOS position. Just a quick web cam presentation of themselves and an app. Great way to differentiate

Jason Rehmuslongstride: my BIG news!! RT @@37signals: Please welcome with us our new support ninja, @longstride! Today’s his first day!

Matt Lindermanmattlinderman: Back in the 70s, after 2 decades of cool temps, “Global Cooling” theory received attention in Time & Newsweek. http://bit.ly/r74xi

Josh Peekjoshpeek: I respect @github’s attitude towards new feature requests. http://bit.ly/ax20HM Product design is not a popularity contest.