(QUICK ONES are bigger than a tweet, but not much!)
Two quick things to look at. (I need to get my demo edited for the Pulseaudio thing I talked about the other day.) Today I looked around to see if Windows users could use ffmpeg to capture video the way I've discussed here, here, and here. The short answer is "No, you can't." Dang! It's really a cool technique. However, I did find this tool, which looks ot perform a similar function. I'll need to fire it up in a Windows VM to check it out-- and that's just not going to happen today or even this week. Maybe someone else will have a chance to check it out and give us feedback.
Also, a retweet by @0xMF: "RT @BrentOzarPLF: Turns out that if you want to finish your work by 5:30 every day, you should visit this link: http://t.co/nwFeMeE9" I didn't have time to look at it in detail ( :-) ) but it looked interesting.