Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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November 22nd, 2009

If I had pressed “save” a little more frequently, I wouldn’t have lost my last 20 minutes of work. Woohoo. Go Monday.

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Hey @Warlach, “There is much pleasure to be gained from useless knowledge” - Bertrand Russell.

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Writing a script. Given my lack of sleep, the snark level is likely to be fairly high.

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: There’s no difference between drinking coffee out of a mug on the train on the way to work and shooting up in an alley.

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@gctim Nah, not after Google traffic specifically, thanks. I just found it curious that Google Trends doesn’t include Google or YouTube.

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Why is @ApostrophePong listening to Australian Crawl’s “Reckless”? http://bit.ly/4MEpQ0 James Reyne’s tuneless nasal vocals FTL.

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Mon plan: Edit SEKRIT podcast; difficult negotiation by phone; 1620 Apollo to vet for stitch-removal; that’ll exhaust my energy, I think.

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The Onion nails it again re fighting for “our Constitutional rights”. http://bit.ly/3cLoLE

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Un jour, j’arriverai à dormir une nuit entière. Un jour. Et vous?

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So Google Trends charts website traffic, EXCEPT for Google’s own sites. A tad secretive, no?

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“Streams of Content, Limited Attention: The Flow of Information through Social Media” by @zephoria http://bit.ly/4pdApE

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Wond’rous @paulcarr rant on “conceptual abortion” of RT function, ads on Twitter. http://bit.ly/7Xtbk0

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“Lady Gaga Earns Slightly More From Spotify Than Piracy”, like $167. http://bit.ly/5KOyOw

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Home. [sweaty] [exit]

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What’s a “buble”?

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The identity of “MA” is not relevant, shoosh.

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@Nickhodge Mate, doing a DNA test in that room would be a nightmare, it’d be dripping with it.

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So Chantelois had sex on the SA Premier’s desk, well like like who fuckin’ hasn’t, eh MA?

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I am braving the heat to join @ApostrophePong wherever he is. This could be full of fail. Mobile.

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@bryceroney You’re right, The Onion often writes or videos things so plausibly that they’re reported as real news. And I love a good hoax.

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RT @Nickhodge: I am a bubble of anal wind / popping and winking in the moral bath.

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@franksting Hmmm…I do like the concept of “heresy evidence” moar betteror than my original. You shall be permitted to live.

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@bryceroney The Onion does some truly fine work, agreed, but News Biscuit is a different, more low-rent beast.

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@ozdj Yes, surprise surprise, Virgin Blue’s supposed “disaster” email did turn out to be a storm in a teacup.

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According to @franksting, the ABC said Sydney doesn’t gt the cool change until 10pm. In a courtroom, that’s called “heresay evidence”.

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@CathieTranent My pleasure. News Biscuit doesn’t always work, but sometimes there’s pure gold. http://bit.ly/1OqmFz

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“Schoolboy thanks fellow pupils for pointing out his homosexuality” http://bit.ly/7QoYjN

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Sold! To @ZebraBites for AUD 30. I will be in touch privately to arrange the rest. That was far from the first Twitter auction though.

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Ah, @ZebraBites takes the lead with AUD 30, @smperris. Any further bids? ;)

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Indeed @jonoabroad, I have the set of four Tufte books, though the first two are by far the better ones. Much of value in them.

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I have a bid of AUD 25, thank you @smperris. Any others?

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@pinglo @dellvink So if Beijing’s air seems to never drop below “unhealthy”, well, where does that leave people? Dying early, one assumes.

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I suppose I should’ve worked out a price for that book. Oh well.

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Brand-new copy of Tufte’s “The Visual Display of Quantitative Information” for sale. http://bit.ly/16Se1 Offers? Please haggle now.

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