Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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August 8th, 2009

@soundscaper The idea of the ABC charging for their news works against their charter and very purpose for existing. No chance.

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@kcarruthers I did see that cat-in-a-wig pic and quite frankly I do not wish to see it again.

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@ADevenish The problem community radio/TV faces is that we no longer need their organisation to distribute our program to 1000 people.

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@kcarruthers Reading that liveblog again, I’m truly astounded at how much idiocy came out of Brian McCarthy’s mouth. http://tr.im/w1Qd

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RT @ApostrophePong: Urmmm! You know that dream ended up with an orgy on a rooftop of a recycling game arcade.

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Realising my liveblog of the Fairfax Medio09 conference in February has clues about their cluelessness. http://tr.im/w1Qd

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You can blame @ApostrophePong for this choice of morning-start music. http://tr.im/w1Ph Apparently it’s from last night’s dream.

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@SMinney I did like Alan Kohler’s explanation in Business Spectator. “Rupert and the death of hubris” http://tr.im/w1Nc

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@soundscaper These days the cost of distribution is essentially zero, especially if you let people pass it on for you using THEIR bandwidth.

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@soundscaper Well, the ABC already provides the news for free. Serving it out to 10x the audience is a minimal marginal cost.

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@mpesce Yes, more people will go to the ABC and discover… news that matters, not shock/celebrity pap. ABC win!

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Who needs a thermometer when you have @mpesce and @JonoH? Maybe Fairfax could charge for that too.

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Fairfax news sites sign own death warrant, called “paywall”. http://tr.im/w1HX Hat-tip to… well, everyone who told me that news for free.

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@wraptinweb I’m not sure what this avatar is, but it is arousing.

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RT @slimejam The three of us are wearing Tupperware on our heads, dancing to _Play School_ CDs. I knew that trio of LSD tabs was a bad idea.

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Mobile. Enmore Rd / King St / @SnarkyPlatypus / gym / pain / pain relief / unpredictability / small wriggly things.

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@piawaugh Ah yes, NICTA Techfest 2009. http://tr.im/vXE4 I’ll see you Wednesday then! :)

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@fictillius CityRail and Sydney Buses do follow up complaints made that way. Worth doing. [nods]

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Infographic: “The Story (so far) of Twitter”. Not THAT new, but pretty nonetheless. Like me, really. http://tr.im/vXc9

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@fictillius Phone 131500 and make a complaint then. Stuff like that’s gotta stop.

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@jasonlangenauer There will ALWAYS be consumer demand for “implements”. Always.

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Fairfax now running stories about the death of each cow to make a burger.

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“Sam the koala to be stuffed, displayed” http://tr.im/vWRj See also http://tr.im/vWRw

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@andrewdotnich Ce n’est pas de votre français ce qui est incertain, mais l’avatar qui est ambiguĂ«.

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