Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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February 11th, 2008

Tuesday plan: desk day (writing & client strategy), get topic9.com.au online, all while watching parliament. Evening undefined so far.

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@stilgherrian One angle will be that I think the “tech industry” (narrowly “infotech”) spends too much time talking to itself.

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@duncanriley “Clever country” is a good slogan, agreed, but “tech” is one industry(s), not goals for the people, e.g. their health.

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Fed Parliament starts today: program at http://tinyurl.com/2kens4

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@duncanriley Later I’ll write riffing of your complaint of no Tech topic at Aust 2020. Tech is a means not an end, applies to ALL topics.

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@zhasper from a stupor. @artywah from the other end of the house

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Emerging at 1030 is either suitably sensible or suitably dodgy. Which?

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Australia 2020 Summit website (official) finally online: http://www.australia2020…

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@crispin_harris Well, you tested it on the bench. Was there a bench on-site?

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Working from “The Afternoon Office” (upstairs, Kelly’s On King, Newtown)

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@gnoll110 “Govt gives money to big business”: business as usual?

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@Nickhodge Conroy did not mention specific tech. Interview focus was business: competition, $4.7B funding, Opel, Telstra.

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@ssharwood Indeed. Alan Kohler saying “12Mb/s is pretty fast” is such short-term thinking. If we’re spending billions, let’s spend it well.

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Senator Stephen Conroy on broadband state of play (ABC Inside Business): http://www.abc.net.au/in…

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