Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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April 3rd, 2009

Wondering how much there is left to understand.

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Town Hall. No-one stabbed yet. Maybe I do have self-control. Heavens.

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En route to Potts Point, cab scarcity permitting.

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Good session. Not a lot of new material for me, but technical confirmations I can use later.

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@SilkCharm No, the photo at http://twurl.nl/y6v40m is not me. I’ve never been to an audience at .

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The lecture covers familiar (for me) material so far, so I’ll summarise it all later.

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@davidkudrev If I had a Uni of Sydney account, its use their Wi-Fi. But alas I have none, and reception of all else is shite.

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About to start tweeting from “Do we simply accept the Internet filtering scheme or do we need to ask hard questions?” http://bit.ly/zbtp

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Dear Virgin, why do I have no 3G on King St, Newtown? FAIL!

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@wolfcat I agree, that should be beer time. Maybe I should just take notes and write it up later. [shrugs]

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“Do we simply accept the Internet filtering scheme or do we need to ask hard questions?” http://bit.ly/zbtp I’ll tweet it from 4pm AEDT.

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@wolfcat I grant you, the Crikey headline “Rudd’s inner lesbian” could’ve been on of mine, but no. http://is.gd/qqFK

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If there’s something even more retrograde than retrograde for Mercury to be in, it’s there today.

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@jeamland Well, this time @GreenJ says he DID put it in, and then “mistakenly pulled it out”. Sort of a reverse Catholic. I believe him.

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@zemaj Ta, yes, that’s a MUCH better map of the University of Sydney. http://is.gd/qqO4 Toxic colours, but at least it’s all there.

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@GreenJ Absolutely nothing has gone to plan today. Not. One. Single. Thing.

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@GreenJ Oh dear. You know, that nice Mr Beecher and the entire staff and audience of Radio National will be bitterly disappointed.

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Dear University of Sydney, this pissy little map on your website is useless for actual navigation. http://bit.ly/w2hV

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@franksting No, http://tinyurl.com/dyjlzp isn’t influenced by Campbell Reid. It’s all my own work. And true, largely.

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Upon reflection, I should’ve stuck with my original plan for the day.

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@kissability @safzoro Oh, I’m not looking for a bookstore, I have one locally. It was just an observation of the dull offers from Dymocks.

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Dear Dymocks, why are your books on offer always such dull middle-class reviewed-in-the-SMH-magazine mainstream crap? Oh. Wait.

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@JonoH No, I can’t imagine that announcing 100Mb Internet or SaaS and the other things would have ANY effect on Telstra’s share price. ;)

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@JonoH Interestingly, the market reckons Telstra would be worth 5% more if it WERE split! http://bit.ly/PjzX (I know you can’t comment.)

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@PaulHamon Yes, the Sex Party IS real, e.g. they’re entering political debate on relevant issues like censorship. http://bit.ly/jqGir

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@Derrick_Siu Good to meet you last, night, Sir! @ApostrophePong and I survived. More anon. [waves]

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@caronne Thank you. If I’m going to insult pretty much everyone, it must be done with aplomb. Even if it’s all a lie. An elegant lie.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Ah! La ruche d’abeilles! Vous souhaitez nous faire hurler de joie! http://bit.ly/5p3K

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je suis parfait en tout, et le pepperoni apporte un immense plaisir. Et vous, O Ornithorynque Tout-Puissant?

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@plasmaegg Movie/music industries are global. They’re lobbying governments globally. The iiNet case is part of this. http://bit.ly/uPZY2

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RT @JNY2: Thinking the Unthinkable Parable of the Future of News… shot through with mega-geeky possible worlds talk. http://bit.ly/PRAHT

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@mpesce Using Twitter like that makes you dumber. The more people you follow, the more my Wisdom is diluted by the ignorant mob. Fool.

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Speaking of pepperoni, the Australian Sex Party’s website is at http://bit.ly/jqGir ;)

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Tom Koltai’s analysis: Sweden’s new law will make no real difference long term. http://bit.ly/iUcp1

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New Swedish law requires ISPs to hand over ID of copyright violators (like in US). Internet traffic drops 40% overnight. http://bit.ly/7CoIC

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@retrogrrl The Ham of Happiness sounds perilously close to the Pepperoni of Pleasure. Be careful!

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“Measuring the Information Society: ICT Development Index 2009 Edition” http://bit.ly/VXdVx Australia #14 on 2007 figures, #13 in 2002.

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RT @aussexparty: SBS live chat [after ] was phenomenal over 500 people taking part. Everyone except Conroy. [Explains the overload!]

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Emerges. อุบัติ . Loud felines wake me. / I apply Fish of Silence. / It’s quiet again. (There! A pre-breakfast haiku!)

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@jeffunity I know that New Matilda will have a forum about Internet censorship in MEL at some point. No idea when.

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