Let me read you something from the website of the totally normal community group No 5G in the Blue Mountains. In fact, let me read you a lot more this Saturday night, 1 February. But I need your help.Continue reading “Announcing “The 9pm Totally Convincing Official Truth Theories Live””
In this episode, we continue to explore the wonders of Australian democracy as we approach the final week of the federal election campaign, and more.Continue reading “The 9pm Arch Window of the Unlawful Use of an Egg”
I’m way behind schedule. This is the first of three Weekly Wraps that I need to power through today. So I’ll stick to the basic information, and maybe some photographs from previous years.
- On Thursday I spoke about a Victorian MP’s website being hacked on ABC Radio Melbourne.
- One of my photos, a pic of onesies for sale in Sydney’s Paddy’s Markets, has been used on a Japanese travel site.
- My photo Canberra, with Chemtrails was added to the Flickr gallery Australia under SRM attack!. This pleases me.
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[Photo: Sydney Harbour from the AMP Building, photographed on 3 February 2016.]
As we approach the end of 2013, I’m going to do my usual series of blog posts looking back at what actually happened on this little planet. This is the first, being a list of the most-read posts on this website.
There hasn’t been a lot to choose from in the last couple of years, because most of my writing is done elsewhere these days. That means some rather mundane pieces of writing, such as Weekly Wrap posts, end up on the list. That’s possibly an argument for abandoning this little exercise.
- Catchup posts within 36 hours was the most popular post of all, which makes no sense whatsoever because it’s routine administrivia. I suspect the visitor count has been artificially inflated somehow, though supposedly the traffic generated by spambots has already been removed.
- My tweets from TechEd Australia 2012’s keynote sessions, a post that was linked to from news stories that reported me having been banned from attending Microsoft’s TechEd conference. My own blog post on this issue is coming up at number 5.
- Guardian Australia not the droid you’re looking for, being my reaction against all the excitement generated in January 2013 by the announcement that there would soon be an Australian edition of this news masthead.
- My fish are dead: the black dog ate them (an explanation?), being my rather idiosyncratic announcement and discussion of the fact that I’d been dealing with a severe depression episode, published in July.
- Microsoft has banned me from covering TechEd, which is self-explanatory.
- Choosing my next media directions: you’re doing it, OK?, from May.
- Vodafone Australia’s new 4G network ain’t bad, being the write-up of my trial of the network which led to that conclusion.
- Weekly Wrap 152: LulzSec, Optus, radio and thinking stuff, which I suspect is only in the Top 10 because it mentions LulzSec.
- Weekly Wrap 155: Chemtrails, elitism and much thinking, ditto, chemtrails.
- Sydney Harbour “giant gambling den” bullshit reportage, from January.