Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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December 5th, 2009

ABC’s Eleanor Hall: “Politics in the YouTube Age” http://bit.ly/4SCRZi 37pp PDF http://bit.ly/2naWOK

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je craignais que vous aviez rencontré les Sirènes dans le train! Sirènes dans une boîte! Et vous?

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Something I shall NOT be doing today: Paying attention to any speculation about what by-election results “mean”.

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Sun plan: Finish writing presentation, then at 1415 present it at http://bit.ly/6GOQPf; remainder of day TBA.

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@seancarmody I don’t think entrail-reading is pointful. Labor didn’t run candidates. Lots of assertions, no evidence.

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Antony Green’s numbers and commentary from yesterday’s by-elections is at http://bit.ly/64Sayy

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I will respond to stimuli tomorrow. [exit]

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According to that poster, we can stop global warming by wearing blue shoelaces. WTF?

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@dailytwitter Welcome to my village. Ah, Saturday night!

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@kerryank “Minge” rhymes with “fringe”.

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So, I was just asked, “Do you want to frolic in my minge?” By a person of indeterminate gender in fishnet stockings. Welcome to my life.

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Just confirming, I’m not dead yet.

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OH: “I so can’t believe you didn’t watch ‘Project Runway’! That is just the best show!”

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@middleclassgirl The link is guite safe. And do you often gdt inspired at airports?

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; King St; @SnarkyPlatypus; gym; food; caution, that way lies danger. Attention limited.

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Cindy Crawford: “I don’t want to be a cougar, I want to be a MILF.” http://bit.ly/5LXknT

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@DavidAHood Oh a line out from mixing desk straight into camera is best. ;) But I dunno if I can be arsed. ;)

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@DavidAHood That said, @ApostrophePong is a filmmaker and may be interested. But, audio is always the problem.

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@DavidAHood It’d be good to record the forum, but not sure if I can get an audio split yet. Will be in touch later today?

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Google CEO says the most fuckwitted thing about privacy I’ve seen all year. http://bit.ly/8xXH8o HT @stephenconroy

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Editing a brief video clip of Andrew Bolt for tomorrow. I must be going mad.

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@nazzer Paranoia is a healthy state of mind.

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RT @nazzer: You lot are paranoid - there are so many rubbish DNS administrators around Google may just be doing a community service.

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RT @stephenconroy: Google DNS is a handy one-stop-shop for countries to blacklist sites. It’s not like Google will fight.

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@viveka On a shitting-me scale of “satisfying morning relief” to “explosive diarrhoea”, your @spam tweets rate a “slightly over-soft stool”.

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@m_atthew Hang on, I haven’t finished my righteous indignation bit yet. ;)

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And, @andrewperry, Google get to track EVERY site you request, not just those connected with searches.

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RT @andrewperry: Real reason… Google can record which sites are getting hit… even without sites using analytics. [True enough.]

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Actually, “Google Public DNS servers are available worldwide” says the FAQ. http://bit.ly/6IWDpK Anycast FTW.

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@m_atthew My apologies if I failed to fit a complete, global traffic and timing analysis into 140 characters.

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@m_atthew I’m not disagreeing that the world is round, just pointing to an interesting article explaining Google’s rationale.

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@viveka Why don’t you do your reports to @spam as DMs then?

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Yes, @NewtonMark @m_atthew, Google DNS has trans-Pacific latency. Doesn’t change the explanation for what they’re doing.

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@NewtonMark There is nothing honourable about Clive Hamilton. He’s a hypocrite, and his techniques are unethically.

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RT @latikambourke: http://twitpic.com/s6dcf - The sax party? [Looks a little young. Latika…]

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@NewtonMark Plus I’ve realised I can just read them Clive Hamilton’s little essay on moral panic. ;)

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Why Google DNS? ‘Cos a half-second delay kills 20% of traffic! http://bit.ly/6C74LL

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Yes, @JohnBirmingham on the Twitterverse and Liberals’ is a good’un. http://bit.ly/64VIYY

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@NewtonMark Oh we could both cover this Internet censorship stuff from memory, so I’m not worried. Outline done, can do the rest from notes.

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@elisha_cole The narwhal may return from time to time. However I need to be a seagull today.

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No @WoollyMittens, spandex is NEVER a disaster. However, Gooogling “spandex disaster” would be an error of judgement.

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Sat plan (belated): Write my presentation for tomorrow’s conference http://bit.ly/6GOQPf; gym etc with @SnarkyPlatypus; sleep.

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