Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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September 9th, 2008

Wed plan: Email clear; 1100 Oxford St to look at suspected virus infections x 2; evening gym & dinner w@SnarkyPlatypusypus.

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Hmmm… I seem to be hearing more people saying “I think my computer has a virus”. Are there more infections than usual currently?

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Cool. Samak Sundaravej ordered to quit as Thai PM by Constitutional Court: his TV cooking show IS illegal moonlighting. http://is.gd/2pVx

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@desaraev “Someone tell me the secret to patience and not over thinking or over analyzing my life”? A gun. Always, a gun.

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Emerges. Wonder i today will be a reasonable day in a reasonable universe.

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Inner suburban street at dinner time. With many Greeks living here, the air is filled with the smell of burning mammals.

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@fictillius Do not use “fat pink donut” and “fingers” in the same sentence plz kthxbai.

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@ApostrophePong Decision by Constitutional Court today: will Samak have to step down as PM for doing the TV chef gig? http://is.gd/2o04

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@ApostrophePong Oh, you’ll love this one! Your mate Khun Samak’s recipe for Tom Kha Salmon. http://is.gd/2nYe Ta, Crikey. http://is.gd/2nYj

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Certain people seem to think that a Samoan rugby player, singing, a policemen and Koreans on holiday is not an “explanation”. Bah.

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RT @lelak: The NSW Govt is like a pack of LOLcats atm: “I has a AAA credit rating! Oh noes, they be taking my AAA credit rating!” *headdesk*

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@SnarkyPlatypus You know, somehow Celine Dion would not have been out of place in this scenario. The drunk Koreans would have been thrilled.

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Oh God. It’s starting to come back to me now. There was a Samoan rugby player. Singing. A policemen. Koreans on holiday looking to dance…

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@jeamland Yes, it’s a worry when one has one’s own tag on ZDNet News. http://is.gd/2nKU I like ‘Create an e-mail alert for “stilgherrian”.’

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@griffmiester State Governors’ cars also have no registration plates, only a crown.

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@desaraev I think you are trying to read far too much analysis into one of my pre-coffee early morning tweets. :)

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@jeffsonstein Don’t you just hate websites that don’t preserve URLs over time? Link rot shits me to tears.

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@desaraev Why do you follow me? I dunno! That was YOUR choice. :) I do not warrant that my tweets will be lameness-free.

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@LacqueredStudio Ta for the heads-up, but the action is all elsewhere so it’s the recipient’s problem. Alas.

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RT @smperris: “Your tweet is already front page of Google results for the phrase: “digital economy forum” melbourne. That’s quick indexing!”

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@LacqueredStudio Tech exists to authenticate email preventing same, but Western govts decided encryption was a “munition”. http://is.gd/2q3Y

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@LacqueredStudio Yeah, you can expect your email address to be used by spammers for 10 mins to a few hours, a few times a year.

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RT @miss_sonia: “Key guests: CEO Fairfax Digital; CTO Cisco; Eng Dir Google, Dir UX Intel; ACS past pres; CEO AIIA; Res dir Ovum.” Exactly.

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@Jasonjohn Hi, new-to-me chap. How did I blip up on your radar, I wonder? Or am I just a proper celebrity now? ;)

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@trib Maybe I’m pessimistic, and Conroy’s keynote will unveil a new strategy to directly help the 2.2M businesses with no employees at all.

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@trib Any acknowledgement of “small business” will only be about how big business can offer them services, i.e. take some of their money.

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RT @ssharwood: “Have just been told doctors say WYD pilgrims are source of nasty flu doing the rounds.” Sounds likely to me too.

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@trib I hope someone remembers that the median business in Aust is one person working from home with part-time support. http://is.gd/2q15

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@trib I’m guessing that “digital economy” means it’ll be the usual big-end-of-town suspects: telcos, big ISPs, established lobbyists.

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@smperris Agreed, the social engineering aspects of the attacks are much better. And the blended payloads are tricky. We’ll see I guess.

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Huh? Senator Conroy is hosting & keynoting the Digital Economy Forum in Melbourne today. Anyone know anything about this? A forum for whom?

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