Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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May 24th, 2009

@lyndons Yes, and uncovering truth about Clare was done by those awful, irresponsible bloggers. Nine’s journos failed to check a witness.

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RT @stephenconroy: We need to embrace news-as-entertainment. Life’s too short to spend pining for “truth” and “accuracy”.

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Tastefully, NEWS.com.au published a gallery of Clare Werbeloff’s previous attention-seeking, swiped from Facebook. http://tr.im/mean

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@cameronreilly If she’s aiming for a role in “Underbelly”,maybe a character who ends up in a shallow grave at the end of Act II?

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@Taezar “Wasting police time” is a chargeable offence in the UK, but I don’t know about here in Australia.

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@maenad_au No, the Internet isn’t being “taken over by bogans”.The Internet is for everyone now. Including bogans. Welcome to the world.

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@stilgherrian @cameronreilly Given the role models commercial TV gives us, it’s hardly surprising Clare thinks this is what to do.

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@mpesce I like to think of myself as the calm voice of reason.

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Yes, “Bogan” Clare Werbeloff is an attention-seeking liar. Sadly, the moron thinks it “Punk’d” fun. http://tr.im/me51

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@navytrident09 is a great concept: tweeting from a RAN exercise. A shame there’s been an 11-day gap and we don’t know who you are.

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Mon plan (oh yeah, that): A comms-from-my-desk day, including blog posts; maybe errands later, it’s a flexible day.

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@mellalicious ActionAid is always looking for new regular donors. ;) http://tr.im/mhVc More details once my mission starts.

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@mellalicious Scary story, eh? But powerfully written. Women die ‘cos going to hospital to give birth would cost them $6.

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Whacko. In Tanzania each year 13,000 mothers die giving birth or just after. http://tr.im/meOj

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@duncanriley A call TO the ATO is generally better than a call FROM the ATO on a Monday morning, I reckon. ;)

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Oh, it was a New Moon overnight. That explains a few things.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Si vous êtes fatigué de Burt, vous avez marre de la vie elle-même.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Gosh. That proposed light rail link to Dulwich Hill also has electoral benefits. How fortuitous. http://is.gd/D0KE

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. J’ai déjà été interrogé une fois ce matin. Ne pas question moi! http://tr.im/mhxz Et vous?

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@sylmobile Well, I was a producer for ABC 891 Adelaide, amongst other media there, so yeah I’m sure there’ll be some interest.

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OK, I’m on after the news… time for me to pretend to be paying attention. Thank the god for caffeine, also.

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@alondono Oh yes, that’s AM radio, like a lot of ABC local radio. 891kHz in Adelaide.

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Being interviewed on ABC 891 Adelaide shortly, after 0630 ACST (0700 AEST). Streamed at http://abc.net.au/adelai…

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Andy Thorpe http://tr.im/mhmQ said the ABC was Australia’s largest sheltered workshop. I’m thinking now more of a hospice.

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I’m thinking the entire ABC lives inside @SnarkyPlatypus’ mid-tempo gap. Wait. That sounds wrong.

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Listening to ABC radio, I can’t help noticing how old everything sounds. Presenters, music, callers. And I’m not exactly a kid myself.

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Scientific American: “Rethinking the Global Money Supply”: less reliance on the USD beneficial? http://tr.im/mhkm

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I’m talking about my Tanzania trip on ABC 891 Adelaide after 0630 ACST (0700 AEST, i.e. in an hour or so). http://abc.net.au/adelai…

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Emerges. Early, yes, but I have a radio interview this morning.

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Oh this’ll cheer everyone up. “Oh, we didn’t realise…” http://tr.im/mftK

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Mobile. Enmore Rd / King St / SEKRIT meeting at The Afternoon Office™.

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Aha! New “A Series of Tubes” podcast with Geodynamics on data centres and me on NBN and Project . http://tr.im/meRR Ta, @R_Chirgwin!

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RT @stephenconroy: “Can you get Swine Flu from a blunt-force head injury?” Only if you head-butt the pig. Or any other kind of butt.

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@GaryPHayes Careful, Sir, you are likely to make very very stabby with that!

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RT @rowan_peter: Article on Auto-Tune (refers to popularity in Africa) http://bit.ly/swX2u [Note, @SnarkyPlatypus!]

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@GaryPHayes Taxonomy, in this case, I mean whether X “is” ill-defined “social media”, “Web 3.0” or whatever. No definitions first = wanking.

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@GaryPHayes Oh, and consultants getting business thru word of mouth…? It has to be someone else’s mouth, not their own.

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@GaryPHayes But, I do find that trying to construct taxonomies in fast-changing realms can lead to wankerdom. ;)

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@GaryPHayes Word of Mouth is comms content, social media is a venue/medium IMO. So different things. WOM can happen via SM, and elsewhere.

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@GaryPHayes I’ve generally found that competent consultants get more business than they can cope with by word of mouth alone.

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If I had a book, I could auto-DM all new Twitter followers to the “buy my book” page. That’d make me a REAL social media expert.

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: I should add @ING me will mean 84% more chance of a follow-back. [Ditto. Maybe 94% even, for me.]

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Maybe I should update “Choosing who I follow on Twitter” http://tr.im/mevZ The “probably skip” list is now “will skip”.

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@jodiem I may turn off new-follower notifications. Should I care if someone’s listening to me without saying hello?

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@GaryPHayes Nah, it doesn’t tear apart social networks unless sheep choose to plug into sellers’ messages. People make their own choices.

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@Lilylauren I’m looking at my backlog of new-follower notices. The proportion of people selling something is rising fast. I despise them.

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@dagnabbit_ You’d be referring to this hot Young Liberal here? http://tr.im/merF Ayn Rand as eroticism? Worse than gnomes!

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Dear Robot Morons, if I just mention your city on Twitter, it doesn’t mean I’m looking for a job there. Ditto a product and me buying it.

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RT @caseyg_ The “lies by clients” on this list is pretty much on the money. http://bit.ly/nOL7b [Agreed. As are the lies by contractors.]

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@SnarkyPlatypus Where is this “young Libs babes” gallery of which you speak?

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@prawn_gravies “Clare Werbeloff, you’re a terrible disappointment”? Ah, yes, there’s a lesson in this for all of us. ;)

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