Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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January 21st, 2009

They speak Japanese. / Scurrying to avoid rain, / missing storm’s beauty.

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The first raindrops fall / Heavy. Many more to come. / Need to take a slash.

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The first raindrops fall / Heavy. Many more to come. / I need to take a slash.

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@derekbradley Nice haiku… I think. http://is.gd/gFjx But is “Adelaide reference” really only 5 syllables? Ref-er-ence.

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RT @rbuerckner: @stilgherrian oh yes yours is a biggy, change the radar to 512km composite and check the one near Eden :) http://is.gd/2Wf4

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Wind shifts a’sudden. / It smells fresh. It’s cool. Sky’s dark. / I love thunderstorms.

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Swift lorikeets screech. / The storm must be imminent. / Yes, clouds are darker.

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RT @randomphrase: Aww, and I was hoping Obama’s first act was going to be to remove caps lock from all computer keyboards.

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: Well I did discuss the ultimate Democratic Dildo before with Obama, Biden and Hillary Clinton as the three… appendages

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@SnarkyPlatypus Actually, I think there could be a market for politics-by-haiku. I shall ponder this.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Mind you, having seen the shirtless photos, I wouldn’t especially mind being Obamarated.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Black man swears an oath. / The Earth smiles, expecting Change. / Disappointment looms.

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RT @DDsD: Weatherzone picks up the Kurnell radar site which gives a better resolution for Sydney - http://tinyurl.com/5azox2

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Ozone-heavy air / stirs fifteen dry maples leaves. / Drinkers do not see.

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Looking at the radar, the storm is approaching central and eastern Sydney very slowly. It’s big, though. http://is.gd/5JA

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@wolfcat Haiku is perfect for Twitter. Obama’s inaugurationalisation, not so much.

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RT @jg_rat: @stilgherrian I get the feeling | that Stil has a soft centre | Forgive bad [Fuck off, you cunt!]

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The village awaits / a storm’s wind and rain fury. / For now it is quiet.

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Asian girls sip wine / Guru Josh in stereo / The wind shifts: cooler.

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The warm sky darkens / Thunder rolls across Kings Cross / Birds return to trees.

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@kdelarue Almost a haiku? Ah! I’d better make it an actual haiku. Stand by…

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Thunder heard rolling across Kings Cross. The sky darkens.

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@plasmaegg I suspect I have some stormwizard genes. Gard, look at my name! But it certainly smells like rain is imminent.

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Sitting at a quiet side-street cafe in Kings Cross, catching up on email and enjoying seeing the potential thunderstorm slowly build.

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@grum Use Twitter’s advanced search to pull out tweets in a date range.

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Loose in Kings Cross. Well, I will be as soon as I hit ENTER and head out the door.

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@wraptinweb I use the basic Ustream (so far), and haven’t tried co-hosting yet, but will do when “Stilgherrian Live” returns. Maybe.

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Starting to get annoyed with how long this HHD repair is taking. OK, it’s 500GB, but FFS it’s almost 2 hours now. NTFS FTL.

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@wraptinweb …but I gather there’s another service or two which effectively give(s) you a remote vision switcher. Can anyone remind me?

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@wraptinweb I have only looked at Ustream, which has a “co-host” feature for doing picture-in-picture with another Ustream user…

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@kurtv Maybe ask @Colgo about news.com.au’s Twitter Buzz loop. They created it. ;) Tho if I did it I’d loop a batch, not do it live.

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@jeffsonstein @ApostrophePong Harry’s book was National Library of Thailand / photocopy / scan / BoingBoing / download / fix / Bluetooth.

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Going dark for a couple hours to get some rest.

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“The frat boy ships out: George Bush’s legacy” http://is.gd/gH5T As usual, The Economist nails it. Hat-tip @randomphrase.

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@middleclassgirl No, the bad start to the day was waking up before 0300 and not getting back to sleep.

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Breakfast at Le Bake, Enmore Rd, while reading Guy Rundle.

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Sixteen thousand tweets. / Tweeting as the sun rises. / I’m a strange seagull.

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Too early, they miaow / miaow miaow miaow miaow miaow miaow miaow. / Hungry cats annoy.

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Sleep has been eluding me tonight. Again. It approaches 0400. I’m thinking I might as well stay up and do something…

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Home. Collapsing. Tweet 15,997… what will the morning hold? [exit]

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Home. Doing minor stuffs as I unwind.

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@marksburgunder I copy what it says on the beer label. If it’s lame, it’s their lame.

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Lightning seen in Kings Cross. Much thunder.

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@SilkCharm @retrogrrl Oh there is no blame. I’m a fan of limiting work to business hours though. Balance in life. http://is.gd/fp1L

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@SilkCharm It’s after 6pm, please be stopping the pimpage of your courses kthxbai.

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Yes, the label also has French: “Le fruit defendu.” Forbidden Fruit it is.

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@facibus @custa1200 @rbuerckner @jimboot @mbalara @jg_rat @barrysaunders The beer shall be consumed, without Guilt. Thank you all.

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God Himself says I must drink this beer.

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The label on this beer says: “Die verboden Vrucht”. Indeed. And there are pictures of people clad only in fig leaves. Is it Biblical?

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RT @facibus: Best that can be said for WordPress 2.7 is that at least the admin interface is better than 2.5, but so is a case of the clap.

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@DDsD “Social Media Hack” is good. Now someone I know uses “Social Media Charlatan” as their job title.

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@SnarkyPlatypus People ARE like bank accounts. You can hide both in obscure bank vaults. Or maybe that’s just a South Australian thing.

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RT @facibus: I prefer the title “Supreme Ultimate Grand Master of Social Media” myself. As meaningless as “guru”, but sounds better :)

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@facibus I bow down before your mega-seagull nature, my lord.

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OH: “You should go to Switzerland, because you can hide there. No-one will find you.”

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@middleclassgirl Alas, where I am right now does not have sushi. But they do have 25+ different Eurobeers. One makes do.

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: I think the term “manminge” should be used more.

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RT @middleclassgirl: @stilgherrian I did not hash tag / it because it was so full / of fail. So fuck you

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@middleclassgirl Ah no! Haiku is 5 / 7 / 5 syllables. You are full of FAIL! ;)

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