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

Joshua Sierlesjsierles: Just completed the lengthy but educational 37signals server move to ServerCentral. Thanks for some great years of service, @Rackspace!

uptonicuptonic: The new Squarespace iPhone app has a great aesthetic: http://bit.ly/cmuHBy /via @jz

Jason Friedjasonfried: SoundPrism for iPad looks incredible: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=385CymvTecU

37signals37signals: 37signals Developerland has the all info you need to integrate your applications with 37signals products: http://developer.37signals.com

Sarah Hattersh: Vote! Customer Service awesomeness panel by 37signals and Campaign Monitor. Mr. Pibb + red vines. http://tinyurl.com/2anslv7

Jason ZimdarsJZ: Photo: Panasonic : Earphone Note Great packaging concept and execution. http://tumblr.com/xqhfkspzz

Sam Stephensonsstephenson: Stay looks handy for switching between internal and external displays: http://cordlessdog.com/stay/

uptonicuptonic: Wheels I built 15 years ago by hand are still true. These fancy pants hoops on my cross bike haven’t lasted a year.

37signals37signals: Use a 37signals product in an interesting way? Have a tip for others? Write us at email[at]37signals[dot]com and we’ll post it at our blog.

Matt Lindermanmattlinderman: Font inspired by the title sequence of Dr. Strangelove. http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/facetype/strangelove/text/

Jason ZimdarsJZ: Photo: Aquascapes by Bautin-Design http://tumblr.com/xqhffw4wc

Sam Stephensonsstephenson: Interesting article about Scott Dadich, the guy behind Wired’s iPad app: http://bit.ly/dwoHAa

Matt Lindermanmattlinderman: Valedictorian disses schooling in graduation speech: “I have successfully shown that I was the best slave.” http://bit.ly/cfzSnC

Jason Friedjasonfried: In English, “two weeks” means “it’s going to be late”.

Jason Friedjasonfried: Check out how this chimp gets the peanut. Smart: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySMh1mBi3cI

Jamis Buckjamis: if you want to be a better programmer, hone your troubleshooting skills. 90% of being perceived as “good” is being a problem solver.