Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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

February 2009

@ApostrophePong I can’t connect to snipr.com from here. Either it doesn’t like me, or it doesn’t like Telstra.

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@ApostrophePong Inquiring minds need to know: Is there a Thai movie that’s the equivalent to “Flashdance”?

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You’ve got to be joking! Cheech & Chong playing Enmore Theatre 15 & 16 April? What FOR?

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Mobile. Enmore Rd / King St / gym / lunch / snark / etc. Attention diminished.

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RT @zuzu: My vacuum is awesome. [I am SO tempted to say “Then keep your legs closed”, but I won’t.]

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Replug: UNSW’s 2nd workshop on Internet filtering and censorship this Wed. http://is.gd/jClh I’ll be there. May not liveblog, rules not set.

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Sat plan (remainder): convert Yass video files; 1330 gym & lunch & sna@SnarkyPlatypusPlatypus; evening unplanned.

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LOL! The bio of George W Bush at whitehouse.gov is a hagiography of the first water! So funny! http://is.gd/gDZH

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I think a boat was involved.

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@cowspanker It’s another case of a metric continuing to be used long after it stops the “right” metric. Oh well.

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@1uk3 I chose ‘cos I’d just read two posts mentioning it: http://is.gd/lcdp and http://is.gd/lc80. Seemed a suitable word.

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@1uk3 Thanks, yes, the started with me, with the tweet at http://is.gd/lcJA

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@doctorpopcorn Glad all the has provided some amusement. So to speak.

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@djmattyg007 Thank you. This has gone berserk… And it’s not slowing down!

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Who was looking for that video where the woman says Barack and Michelle Obama do a lot of …? http://is.gd/gEFx

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I am home, and I can’t even monitor all my @replies ‘cos of the stream of RTs of my original message.

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@stephenfry Can you imagine what would happen if you RT’d the meme? Twitter would explode!

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@NewtonMark I have no idea what I have begun. But if @stephenfry mentioned that is the trend, please RT… well, what would happen?

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RT @danpatmore: Just saw Oliver Stone’s ‘W’. Didn’t realise George was a jerk his ENTIRE life. !

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@franksting @collinmullane Yes, the is all my fault, tho I started it before @mpesce made his bet that it wouldn’t succeed.

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@espressocomms Tweet proclaiming challenge was 1948 Sydney (0848 UTC). No 1 on Twitscoop by 1958, on search.twitter.com by 2034.

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RT @JonoH: just finished a chicken

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@espressocomms Hmmm… well, maybe I don’t have the exact timestamp. The API will reveal the time of tweet 1261557261.

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RT @mpesce: RT @Jay3199: RT @wcyo: all the people clogging up Twitter with (<— very hard image to get out of my mind)

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@ireckon I know the time of my first Tweet, and we have timestamps on the screenshots. We Can Analyse This!

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I will definitely be writing at length about The Night of the Twitter Fisting. If it ever ends.

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What’s intriguing is that my original message is still being RTd, STARTING the chain. What happens when America wakes up?

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Wow, look at http://twitscoop.com/ now! Nothing even CLOSE to fisting!

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RT @RealTimeTrends: - has risen to the #1 trend on twitter. Follow here: http://idek.net/3hw - twIRC Channel: http://idek.net/3hx

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@Tuna Well maybe the next challenge is DVDA… but let’s save that for another time. ;)

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@mpesce Actually, fisting is also just a word for rolling your hand into a fist, like @TheBloggess’ grandmother does. http://is.gd/lcdp

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@scenariogirl I’m not fussed if I “lose” followers. What I tweet is full range of me. Serious or childish. People choose to watch, or not.

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@pixel8ted We already have as #1 at Twitscoop http://bit.ly/ADWnb but only #2 at http://search.twitter.com. Moar fisting please!

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RT @cnawan: Well hey, at least you know you’ll always have a warm place to… rest your… I’m aborting this sentence.

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RT @wolfcat: !hat will the rest of the world make of Australia’s sudden interest in ? [What, indeed! Fisting a national sport?]

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@cnawan O hai. I’ve “lost” at least one humourless follower over , but suspect I’ll gain more like you overall.

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I’m off to Vic on the Park with @AostrophePong, back online in a few minutes. The challenge must continue!

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RT @retweetradar: @stilgherrian you are the top retweeted person on http://www.retweetradar…. right now! [Yes, for !]

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@BeauGiles I know isn’t on http://search.twitter.co… but they are too flow. Moar firsting required! (Why am I telling YOU this?)

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Can someone please post a screenshot of http://www.twitscoop.com/ for me to link to ‘cos we have achieved our aim and I must leave.

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RT @Darcy1968: @stilgherrian you really are quite a handful… [I wouldn’t have said that in the context of tho.]

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RT @wilsontuckey: I like giving the gays a good fisting. What I don’t get is why they like doing it to each other?

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@mpesce This is a vitally important experiment and if people don’t understand that then they’re An Enemy of Science.

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So how long is the lag between lots of people saying fisting and fisting being a trending topic?

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Yeah, why not? Official challenge! Let’s turn fisting into the trending topic of the hour. Retweet please.

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@BiteTheDust Agreed. http://is.gd/lc80 “Fisting badgers is part of the way of life… City folk have no understanding.”

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Maybe if I link to another post from @TheBloggess I can get “fisting” up as a trending term on Twitter. http://is.gd/lcdp

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@conem For Twitter, the Dunbar Number thing is the same, just more even weaker ties than Facebook, ‘cos even less cognitive overhead.

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@JonoH Glad you clarified. It’s astounding how many times I have to tell people that something is satire.

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“Primates on Facebook”: Analysis of Facebook friends confirms the Dunbar Number. http://is.gd/lc8J

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“Countryside Alliance furious at ban on badger fisting” http://is.gd/lc80

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@ApostrophePong One for you: “New ‘Banksy’ hailed after discovery of yellow lines on road” http://is.gd/kOzx

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“If you don’t Twitter just skip this. Or if you do. Either way really.” http://is.gd/l0a4

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Times Online: “[UK] Information Commissioner Richard Thomas warns of surveillance culture.” http://is.gd/lftC

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@IanKath Twitscoop is MUCH faster to detect and drop “trends” than http://search.twitter.com. Different algorithm.

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New Scientist: “Porn in the USA: Conservatives are biggest consumers” http://is.gd/l9bI

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@middleclassgirl @likeomg @hopeinhell @plasmaegg Yes, yes, good morning. I’m about the write a blot post explaining the thing.

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Emerges. With some slight amount of trepidation.

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@jeffsonstein Um, yes, I do seem to have created a monster with the thing. http://is.gd/lcSH

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RT @viveka: This is making me thirsty. Funny thing is, I *assumed* that @stilgherrian had started it. [Oh, ta.]

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@SnarkyPlatypus It’s. Not. My. Fault. Well, it is. But, um… oh, I don’t know, it’s going crazy!

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I cannot keep up with the rate of messages coming back at me now. Apologies if I’m slow to respond, or not at all.

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@mopedronin Oh add away! :) I am somewhat disturbed by the success of the actually.

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@vardenrhode If it wasn’t 7.45pm at the end of a long fnord Friday, I’d try to define Discorida in a single tweet, yes. But I can’t now.

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@kimberleighs Um, oops. “Vilkage” is a typo for “Village”, by which I mean my local village of Enmore. Maybe I need a Glossary… ;)

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@ragnarok1971 Good God, Sir! You know (I think) how much I despise the strip generally, let alone during Compulsory Cliché Faggot Season!

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@kcarruthers Yes, that’s Gnaomi. http://twurl.nl/iqxsnd She’s famous and in much demand.

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@vardenrhode How many Erises are there? All hail Discordia.

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@kimberleighs yes, Fu Man Chu has a great rep. But I think I might have dinner back in the Vilkage. Or not. Beer before decisions.

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@plasmaegg @IanKath And you two gentlemen are also of like mind, but slower. :P

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@barrysaunders @voirol @GarryMunro You are all of one mind, Gentlemen! “Have another”, indeed. :P

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I am finishing at Darlinghurst now. I will have ONE beer at the Green Park. What should I do after that?

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Oh FFS that man can can talk the hind legs off an elephant!

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So, the offline diagnostics show no errors, but when save the log file you say you can’t detect the USB key. Notice any inconsistency, hmmm?

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@middleclassgirl Yes, dear, you’re wonderful and oh so special are you happy now excellent now go away kthxbai.

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ROFL! It’s performing “Self Discovery”! Isn’t that usually done with crystals and incense, led by a tie-dye-clad woman named “Harmony”?

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@ZebraBites I’m doing a full firmware and low-level driver upgrade on an HP Proliant running Windows Server 2003. Hardware diagnostics next.

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@ZebraBites It’s the right direction only if this computer is not in, say, Arabic. Which it isn’t. I think.

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My previous tweet may or may not explain why I just followed @AFTRS simply because @SilkCharm said so.

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Watching a blue bar get slowly longer, rightwards. It’s not the first for the afternoon. It’s far from the last.

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RT @jonseymour: Outbreak of unwarranted optimism in comments to @coljac’s New Matilda piece: http://bit.ly/CgXzF

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RT @coljac: A timely reminder of the evils of , which as it happens, is still official Government policy: http://bit.ly/s4v1a

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@coljac Yes, a bit bizarre: this whole thing is based on just a few vague lines of “policy”.

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@timothygrey Agree that coffee at the Bunker in Darlinghurst is good, but I’m stopping coffee in the afternoons. My doctor says… etc.

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@BiteTheDust The train to Newcastle would be a lovely journey but a challenge for Next G reception. They should put a microcell on trains.

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Arrived at Darlinghurst. One client office isn’t ready for the server downtime. This a tad… disruptive.

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@stufromoz Alas, yes, too far to travel. And Nurofen is likely to be… inadequate for the job. ;)

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It’s Friday. I’m tired and I have a headache. I’m likely to be grumpy and impatient.

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@coljac Do we have a case of people not being able to count Senate votes?

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@Colgo LOL. It’s a bit like the people who think their life will finally become organised if they buy just one more organiser thingo. ;)

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Sometimes I wish that instead of inventing more and more and more tools, people would USE the tools they already have to ACHIEVE something.

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@NewtonMark @jeamland Alas, even ssh encryption is unlikely to speed up 15x the transfer of a .zip’d CD ISO image. ;)

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Mobile. Enmore Rd / King St / Newtown station / King Cross station / Darlinghurst client’s office.

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@renailemay Is “having a really positive internal meeting” a euphemism for something? It sounds like “added fibre for regularity”.

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@terryworld A meaningful bio (or not) is a BIG factor for me deciding whether to follow back. I have a LOT/per day, so the decision’s fast.

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@jeamland I was also thinking SSH could be faster than HTTP if there was a dodgy transparent HTTP proxy in the middle. “I’ve been Conroyed!”

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@jeamland Would routing differences really explain 15x speed difference? Mind you, would HTTP vs SSH?

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@JonoH BTW, I was impressed with Next G on the road to Yass. Only significant drop-out was in hills just before Yass, which was expected.

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@JonoH Weird, tho, I get 15x faster pipe from HP t my US server, then still that 15x from that server to m in SYD. SSH faster than HTTP?

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Did I mention that Theodore Roosevelt was in my dream last night? I’m trying to remember what he wanted me to do.

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RT @iain_chalmers: “Unique Oz visitors” can easily exceed 22m in webstats… me on my phone, me at work, me on the laptop, many mes!

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@mpesce A little from column A, a little from column B.

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Dear CGU, Disclaimer says only “intended recipient” may do stuff. It’s addressed “Dear Sir or Madam”. Who’s the intended recipient? Morons.

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Dear CGU, Disclaimer says I can’t reproduce info without permission. I need to print the form to fill it in. Do I have permission? Morons.

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Dear CGU, Disclaimer says I can only use information in email with your permission. Do I have permission? Otherwise can’t read it. Morons.

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Dear CGU Workers Compensation, don’t send me stuff by email unless I can reply by email, you lazy cunts.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je suis fatigué, mais heureux, après une longue et épuisante semaine. Et dans Les Pays de l’Ornithorynque?

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RT @RodneyOlsen: The Australian Government is giving us some money. Let’s Give It Away. http://www.letsgiveitawa…

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RT @antibullshit: Dad makes son read the Geneva Conventions before being allowed to play Call of Duty. http://is.gd/l8je

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@themediaisdying @kcarruthers Agreed, we’re consuming (and making!) more media than ever, just less interested in the factory-made product.

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@cowspanker “Unique Oz visitors to news sites” can hardly become more than the 21.5M population of the country, though. Wobbly stats.

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@themediaisdying “The Media” doesn’t see Qiking Thanksgiving Dinner to Aunt Maud in Cincinnati IS media too, only looks at its own needs.

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@themediaisdying “The media” isn’t dying, only industrial-age media ops. New media and its long tail grows rapidly. 24 hours in humans’ day.

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Emerges. WIth loud felines.

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After a long day. Energy fades fast. [exit]

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There’s an ambulance outside The Bank Hotel already. Night’s off to a good start.

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@velvetsarah The 25+ club in Perth? I think it’s called the WA Branch of the Liberal Party. Oops.

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@firstdogonmoon Yes, apparently you are a Twitterwhore. A beautifully-formed and highly sexy one, but a Twitterwhore nonetheless. Marry me.

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If true, Microsoft should be fucking well ashamed of themselves. Being a lesbian is “offensive”? http://is.gd/kQ6K Hat-tip @stewartheys.

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@firstdogonmoon Hasn’t anyone told you? The entire universe is a “clever simulcra”. Especially you. And me. And @stephenconroy.

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@deconstructo No, the man who had a friend named Adam did not sound cranky. It was more disbelief at the Authorities’ incompetence.

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@abcmarkscott Good to see you on Twitter, Sir! You have a challenging time ahead!

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@BrynAU Some folk liked my first attempt, tho it was better live. http://is.gd/4vNu

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RT @seijaku0: Conversation I heard on the train a couple of days ago. Man to woman “the restraining order wasn’t gonna stop me from you”…

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@BrynAU Glad you like my little observations. I plan to do some more liveblog observationals soon.

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I suspect these guys need to work on their opsec. Amd their personal hygeine.

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Further explanation: “Coke’s not all that expensive at the moment. Adam’s got plenty of supplies. So whatever you want.”

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Listening to another passenger explain how “they fucked up all the paperwork for me bail”.

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OK, time to wend my way home to the village, using electric tubeworms as appropriate. Kings Cross on a Friday night. Erk. Wish me luck.

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@vardenrhode I will indeed contribute a Thought in the morning my time.

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@vardenrhode Alas, your definition focuses on one element, rather than finding the core. An important element, tho.

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There’s something rather appropriate about mis-typing “Discordia”. http://is.gd/l4wn

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RT @GarryMunro: The main purpose of holding children’s parties is to remind yourself that there are kids more awful than your own!

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@JonoH Ah no, the point was that I wasn’t bothering to try to sum it up in 140 chars because I’m too tired. :P

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@JonoH Um, yes, I am familiar with all that, given that I’m a Discordian myself. :) All hail Eris!

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@kimberleighs There IS a Danish restaurant on Enmore Rd called The Gourmet Viking, but their food looks remarkable boring.

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@Nickhodge Sorry, are you accusing me of making sense? FFS, what’s WRONG with you, man?

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I am following the majority advice.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Gratuit nourriture et de boisson? Très souvent, il s’agit d’Une Autoroute de l’Enfer! http://is.gd/l0Bk

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The Digital Liberty Coalition has a new “official” Twitter feed at @DLC_AU. Beginner’s mistake: no URL to their website in the bio! Duh.

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Another new follower: Bio is a link to a promotional website and nothing else, only 2 tweets are both links to the site too. Fuck off.

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@wolfcat The mystery is why a computer on a 65W power supply would blow a 150W inverter. Has electricity changed since I was at school?

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@wolfcat Indeed, @Nickhodge and I agreed that staying with 12V from car to MacBook Pro seemed more likely to succeed.

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Also noting the stupidity of auto-follows on word-matching. The other day I said I don’t like rockabilly. So a rockabilly robot follows me.

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Looking thru a bunch of new Twitterfollowers, noting how few said anything about themselves, meaning I’m unlikely to follow back.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. J’ai été inquiet au sujet de vous. Vous avez été un ornithorynque invisible! Comment vas-tu?

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@BiteTheDust The Ustream video dropped out when we switched cells, but that’s because it timed out before Next G had finished its thing.

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@BiteTheDust Yass is hardly “exotic” nor “remote”, but we had very good Next G reception almost all the way from Sydney.

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@wolfcat I remember your warning about inverters, but they were all working OK. For a while. And then they died.

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Emerges. Today’s alarm-conspirators were the cats, a persistent currawong and a particularly aggressive honeyeater.

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I. Am. Exhausted. Thanks to everyone I should be thanking, which I’ll do in some sensible way on Saturday. [exit]

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@HappySinger Here’s a nice summary of how “what The Rabbit-Proof Firewall is meant to block” has changed over time. http://is.gd/kWjv

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@DDsD It’s possible you said hi to Apollo rather than Artemis, they look very similar at a distance. http://is.gd/kWiZ

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@Nickhodge Indeed, Artemis is usually very reticent about ANYONE giving her attention. http://is.gd/h76Y

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@Nickhodge Um, please be rewording your previous tweet http://is.gd/kW2X kthxbai.

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@Mr_Internets Your evil father didn’t tell you about ? Hmmm… But then I’VE been talking about for days. Catch up, boy!

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Oi! Live in moments, you slack things! Pay Attention to me!

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OK, “Stilgherrian Live Road Trip” about to go live at http://is.gd/kJgT

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There’s limited battery power, but there shall be video very soon.

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@seancarmody I would subscribe to your newsletter but the link ir brnken.

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Twitpic. Twitpic. Twitpic. Bah! Whatever happened to IMAGINATION?

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Watching a fat chick being photographed hugging giant concrete merino testicles, and laughing. She was a Christian, says @Nickhodge.

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Heading north out of Canberra in that red thing belonging to @Nickhodge.

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@longzheng The penetration of Internet is Australia is 2nd in world, but the speed is… well, please wind the handle faster. ;)

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@smperris @plasmaegg Yes, the Parliament House Wi-Fi went bad, so “danzig” is the hotspot by me and Telstra Next G [insert pimpage].

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@willemrt Yes, one you’ve bought the product, everything is about cutting costs. Their costs.

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Noting that downloading updated driver CDs from HP’s support website is unspeakable slow. Surely a huge company can afford fatter pipes?

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@CADbloke Ah! The “converter” is what I’d have called an “adapter”. Ye, we’d decided to go that way next time. We have Learned a Lesson.

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RT @CADbloke: Laptops are natively DC, so are cars (both run on batteries). Inverter: DC-AC, laptop PS:AC-DC. Converter: car DC - laptop DC.

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@CADbloke Sorry, you’re differentiating between an “inverter” and a “DC converter”? Please explain!

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Fri plan: 0830 record podcast interview; clear 2 days of accumulated cruft; 1300-1700 HP server diagnostics at Darlinghurst client; escape!

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Talking about inverters is possibly the most boring thing I’ve had to do all week. ;) Isn’t this what we invented electricians for?

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@iain_chalmers But it’s not the 65W power supply that died, it was the 150W inverter. Three of them.

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@Mediamum 24 March is Ada Lovelace Day. http://findingada.com/ I pre-recorded an interview for that.

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@franksting When was the last time you pursued an engagement model with your mother?

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@franksting Facebook is “pursuing an engagement model”? LOL! You mean “talking with people”?

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@Mediamum No, we were in Yass for only 3 hours on Wednesday. The video we shot will be online on 24 March.

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@plasmaegg Will pop down at coffee break to get power.

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Arriving Parliament House, Canberra. I can smell the democracy.

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@GreenJ Ill be starting the liveblog from just before 9am. We’re about to leave the hotel and head up to the hill.

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@ApostrophePong That white powder keeps me fit and healthy, the lithe and athletic creature that I am.

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Emerges. OK, even in a Canberra hotel @ApostrophePong takes the camera into the toilet. FFS! Hurry up! Hurry up!

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Emerges. Even in a Canberra hotel, @ApostrophePong has the camera in the toilet. Hurry up! Hurry up!

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