Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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March 29th, 2009

Photos of Parliament House, Canberra, by @ApostrophePong, including a loitering-with-intent @Nickhodge. http://bit.ly/74uE

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@iain_chalmers I don’t think it’s even POSSIBLE to take things out of context when they involve , is it?

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@wolfcat The wager has been paid. @mpesce’s honour is intact. Photographic evidence at http://bit.ly/ERhOU

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@courtney_gibson Oh course, I missed the obvious joke: “I didn’t know Harold Bishop was a dentist!” Le Sigh.

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@courtney_gibson Oh touché! But surely we shouldn’t be making fun of The Logies? THEY will com and spank us?

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Mon plan: A longish day at my desk to sort out the billion loose ends that threaten to choke our city’s water supplies. Also, coffee.

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Which leak has most impact on our democracy? ACMA blacklist? http://bit.ly/7HX55 The Logies? http://bit.ly/vgQlR Discuss.

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@maenad_au That is a whole different world of dots. http://tinyurl.com/37dcb5 I know not that world.

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@Yin_0x7f Isn’t it curious? Computers are “everywhere”, and yet MSM reportage still treats it as jolly-superficial. Politicians too.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Also, dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. http://bit.ly/dhhiX

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@SnarkyPlatypus S’il vous plaît ne les avertir! Ces tentacules sont super-puissant, comme elles ont été faites par un artiste japonais.

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“The snooping dragon: social-malware surveillance of the Tibetan movement” [PDF] http://bit.ly/aZJyW

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. J’ai été passer trop de temps avec les tentacules. http://bit.ly/elgMH Et vous?

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Emerges. Dots. More dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots. Dots.

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Circular Quay. Museum of Contemporary Art. I am so respectable.

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Departing Enmore for Circular Quay. Destination: Museum of Contemporary Art. http://is.gd/psK1

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I think Crikey’s last piece on Victorian ALP factions was this one from January. http://bit.ly/vQieA

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@chaosboi Ta for those links. Going back even further, to 2004, we have this profile of Stephen Conroy: http://bit.ly/Wd2wF

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@andrewbarnett Nah the Filter was never intended to be a factional thing. It was a preferences-winner for Family First.

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@maenad_au Conroy is Victorian Catholic Conservative Right of the ALP, but my knowledge of those machinations is… limited.

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@maenad_au “Why would Conroy be set up to fail?” Any number of people would want his job, or he or his faction to look bad. You choose!

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@simontsmall But one’s view of Twitter is defined by who you FOLLOW, i.e. who you choose to see. [shrugs] Too hard to explain briefly. ;)

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@simontsmall Twitter has “followers” as a metric on display, yes, so (some) people will see that as the goal. They are losers.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Oh, I like “tonally-challenged alpaca”! You know that means I have to play the song, though. http://bit.ly/79C7g

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@mpesce I was never doubting your honour, Sir, only your memory. ;)

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