Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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June 20th, 2009

Emerges. Yes, really.

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[unexit] If I met you tonight please ping me to remind me ‘cos memory loss is a tragic thing. [exit]

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Home. Tired. In pain (that goddam shoulder still). Everything else will wait until the morning. Except maybe cats. [exit]

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The shoulder masrage was fine, but I still need a gun.

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Uhoh, @SnarkyPlatypus has taken control of the jukebox.

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@viveka I survive with the aid of codeine, but be quick. ;)

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If this the send-off for a brief sojourn, would I survive a send-off for a year away?

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Upstairs at Kelly’s On King, Newtown. We brought the wrong mic cable. Win.

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RT @facibus: @it’s an Angels and Demons theme, so you can expect pics of drunk 40-somethings running around in bondage gear.

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That’s enough seriousness for today. Off to Kelly’s On King for that farewell thing. I shall take some tweeting devices.

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However, I would add the word “use” to my last tweet but one.

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“Media Legislation in Africa: A Comparative Legal Survey” seems comprehensive. http://tr.im/p8gB Thanks, @julie_posetti.

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@julie_posetti I would never the term “citizen journalist”. It gives me a sick feeling in my throat. ;)

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@KarlskiB Ah. Well, it’s not my sit, no-one I know. A mate just told me about the special price. [shrugs]

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@julie_posetti The first two trainees are from ActionAid Tanzania’s Dar es Salaam office, so they should know the media rules.

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I’ll also re-plug Senator @KateLundy’s Government 2.0 forum in Canberra on Monday. http://tr.im/p8ct Shame I won’t be there.

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@KarlskiB Which site doesn’t work? And in what way does it not work? Please be being more specific with the specificity!

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@ScottRhodie Now someone was indeed telling me about problems with one batch of LaCie drives at least. I wonder who that was…

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@oliverw Thanks, Oliver, I am looking forward to the little adventure.

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LaCie 1TB USB external HDD in Neil Poulton-designed casing AU$139 until midnight Sunday. http://tr.im/p85v

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@jeffsonstein I have the sneaking suspicion that such a short time in-country will end up being a tantalising tease for me.

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Also, that little nap and a long hot shower helped. I will actually enjoy being with people now. ;)

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@jeffsonstein Yes, I am really going to Tanzania, O Doubter! In less than a week. http://tr.im/p82O http://tr.im/p82Q

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Crawling into bed for an hour to reduce the pain, so I’m presentable for Project TOTO Farewell Party at 3pm. http://tr.im/p7vZ

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@timdunlop Does it perpetuate the idea that “journalists” are somehow “special” and all other writers (like those awful “bloggers”) are not?

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RT @timdunlop: Wonder what the ramifications are for “unnamed sources” so beloved of journalists?

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@jeffsonstein I haven’t read the analysis, but I don’t see a legal difference between posting and commenting. Both just words on the web.

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UK court rules blogging is a public activity with no right to anonymity. http://tr.im/p7AW

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Sat plan (D-6): Trying not to abandon my morning work target, but feeling crap; 1500 Project TOTO Farewell Party http://tr.im/p7vZ

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@julie_posetti I’m don’t think my time in Tanzania will be THAT dangerous. I don’t plan on insulting the President, for starters.

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@mpesce How can something have grades of seamlessness? Either it has seams, or not. Maybe you mean “progressively less seamful”.

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Mobile through the clear, crisp Sunday morning air, everything glistening wet from last night’s rain, to Le Bake for breakfast.

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@Taezar My personal ceremony is… personal. :) But it is simple, filled with solitude and a couple little regular trinkets.

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@mpesce I suppose this is the perfect day for destroying the fascist state but, um, which one did you have in mind?

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From last night’s party, @yewenyi’s photos. After breakfast, I’ll create a group for others to pour their content. http://tr.im/pc1x

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RT @Aussiemandias: The winter solstice in Sydney is set to be warmer than the summer solstice in Stockholm. So my friend there says.

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Sun plan: Breakfast with @ApostrophePong at Le Bake; build ActionAid blogs; pre-1545 break for personal Solstice ceremony; blog-building.

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This is what I wrote in 2008: http://tr.im/pbVH And in 2006: http://tr.im/pbVY (I did other things on 2007.)

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Winter Solstice (Summer in the North Half) is at 1545 Sydney time, 7 hours from now. How will you celebrate?

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