Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @stilgherrian ever

August 4th, 2008

@StuartL You looking at Google Street View in Google Earth or Googe Maps? Imagery seems optimised for Google Maps’ layout.

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CIO Magazine: ‘Govs Gear Up for “Challenging” 2.0’ http://is.gd/YCx Overstates what Australian government is doing now?

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RT @mpesce “Google has teh Infinite Capacity. I doubt that’s an issue. I think it’s more what teh client computers can handle…” Mayhaps.

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Tues plan: AM at desk including fix server disc problem & email clients new rates; PM Mosman to set up backup systems; quiet evening? TBA.

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@StuartL Google Street View photo quality is, I suspect, a compromise between what’s achievable and how much capacity they have.

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@mspecht Re Google Adwords, you may be amused by my Heath Ledger Experiment. http://is.gd/1eHE You’ll see the traffic FAST.

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@nornagon @AlanzEyes @LovellsLager Morning, new ones. I’ve been overwhelmed with followers lately but see all @replies, will explore soon.

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Google Street View: Having done the compulsory slack-jaw gawk at my own home, I’m trying to comprehend the data processing required. In awe.

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Emerges. Almost at the hour he’d planned to. Could the sleep patterns be returning to normal? What IS normal anyway?

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Oh dear I’ve lost my cherry.

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I cannot spell. Long Island Iced Tea is irrelevant.

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@limburgerger Why? What was the old meaning of “Doing a Stil”?

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@erkpod Huh? I’ve become a genre of video???

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It seems like people have become immune to my outbursts.

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@SnarkyPlatypus YOU ARE TAKING TOO FUCKING LONG TO FINISH YOUR DRINK HURRY UP!

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Heading for gym & gin w@SnarkyPlatypusypus. Will seek out signs of alleged angelicness. Will carry a sharp stick, just in case they emerge.

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@kcarruthers “Angelic”? @SnarkyPlatypus? WTF? Plz can haz what ur on kthxbai.

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@IanWoolf Going out? close to raining? Try this new Chinese technology: umbrella.

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At Darlinghurst, standing in the glorious sun while awaiting the contractor. Cherish.

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Sated with lunch and much-needed alkaloids, about to enjacket myself and translate locationally to Darlinghurst. What a wanker.

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@LisaMaree Hello, new victim. ;) Flat out today, will look at your world later. Along with the 245637 other new followers recently… [sigh]

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@jeamland It’s not Reiser’s wife I want to kill this morning… ;)

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@john_chr Oh I know exactly where I am re this problem. I just don’t want to be here. ;)

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I does not likes messages like “EXT3-fs: unable to read superblock”. I does not likes them at all.

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Heads down, writing important client communications and then working on the file server problem. I’d like to rearrange today, but shan’t.

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Why holidays are GOOD. “Leaving work behind for a period of time is not only acceptable; it is our ethical obligation.” http://is.gd/1eMM

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“What’s Really Killing Newspapers”: They’re no longer the best providers of “social currency”. http://is.gd/1eMx Too slow these days?

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@DJPoyner Nice comment in Crikey yesterday, Sir. They need to be reminded of this frequently.

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@steven_noble My home tends to the hovellish, at least from one angle. [shrugs] Neat lawn edges are not life’s true purpose.

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@wembley Using GPG to encrypt comms between computers? That’s not the weak spot. Yes, an essay coming on.

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@wembley Everything I tweet is a follow-up to every previous tweet. ;) But to answer the question, “Yes”. I detect an essay coming on…

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(And, when I say “our own benefit”, I don’t mean childish gadgets and trinkets, but things of true value.) End of sermon.

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“Fight for privacy” is already lost. Instead, let’s use tools for our own benefit, not just Them in corporate and (when they catch up) govt.

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Knowing that we will most likely look for our own homes first, Google has just gained that information for almost all its Australian users.

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