Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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March 22nd, 2010

I see that EFA’s fundraising campaign has kicked off. http://bit.ly/cCTo9M

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I think your problem with Tweete is at Twitter’s end, @SnarkyPlatypus. Twitter Tools in WordPress is failing with “too many calls” errors.

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Tue plan: A desk and “paperwork” day, with a lot of loose ends to be dealt with. Nice day for a walk, though…

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Can you EVER have too much Viagra, @Cacotopos?

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Wow. American drugs sold at Canadian Pharmacy on a .ru domain with a server in China. Isn’t globalisaton wonderful! I shall order some now!

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Thank you @hollingsworth, putting together the “50 to 50” series is an interesting experience. Very thought-provoking.

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New blog post: “50 to 50 #2: Photos from 1 year old” http://bit.ly/cFLhDx

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je ne sais pas ce qui s’est mal passé, mais j’ai dormi six heures durant la nuit dernière! Avez-vous remis?

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Glad you enjoyed “The 9pm Edict”, @iphoon, I’d have thought it an… acquired taste. ;)

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Emerges. Kinda.

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New blog post: “The 9pm Edict #7http://bit.ly/cPvhZj Yes, it’s finally online.

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Checking the mix…

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I suspect I might not finish producing “The 9pm Edict” by 9pm. Like that’s never happened.

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It’s not often you get to write about Barry O’Farrell and Jason Donovan in the same sentence. [nods, satisfied]

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New “A Series of Tubes” podcast by @R_Chirgwin: Prof Rod Tucker on broadband future, me on NBN etc http://bit.ly/bujJJa

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Home. Settling in to write the Edict. I’ve picked one of the three subjects already. Now, the other two.

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Mobile: Errand to Enmore Rd to fetch, erm, wine, and then back to write “The 9pm Edict” and stuff.

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It’s easier just to dislike everything @SnarkyPlatypus it means you don’t waste time having to make judgement calls.

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I can probably take audio comments up until 8pm @sylmobile ‘cos I’ll still be recording then I reckon.

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@jeamland I’m not going to pronounce Greg Combet’s name properly until he tells me how fast the DSD’s new Cray goes.;)

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Agreed @jeamland, Karen Flanagan was amazing on “Patch Monday”. Check her bio! http://bit.ly/9XXrkW wanna talk to her about The Troubles.

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New Patch Monday podcast at @zdnetaustralia: Parents don’t act on cyber-safety fears http://bit.ly/93vRyh

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There will be an episode of “The 9pm Edict” tonight. But no audio comments yet? http://bit.ly/b8YrtM

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You don’t have to hack EVERYTHING @iDarryl sometimes you can leave things as God intended. @franksting @DDsD

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You know @franksting @DDsD my washing machine doesn’t support Flash either and Simpson have NEVER provided an excuse.

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Actually @glengyron @MarnieBristow I thinking dumping corpses in a wood chipper would leave too much forensic evidence elsewhere. ;)

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Please add to “wood chipper” the “leaf blowers” (yes plural) and heavy jet aircraft. Stabbiness Factor Increment.

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Why yes, running a wood chipping machine outside my office window will indeed help my podcast recording and stress levels, thank you.

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Actually @jasonlangenauer that video contains several kinds of wrong, even for a Monday. http://bit.ly/bqmdY

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RT @jasonlangenauer: This video featuring Christopher Cross’ “Arthur’s Theme” might soothe your stabbiness: http://bit.ly/bqmdY

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This photograph and caption sums up 76% of my overall stabbiness. http://bit.ly/9jyo8x

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Crikey story filed! Tea please!

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I’m not on about agreeing to embargos and then breaking them @BeauGiles, more about how agreeing at all kills independence.

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In doing so, I’m remembering how excellent the Readability bookmarklet is for reading slabs of text. http://bit.ly/sNTvG

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Re-reading Dan Gillmor’s “Toward a Slow-News Movement” http://bit.ly/2zqCiN

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The TechCrunch approach to embargos is interesting @xtianOZ http://tcrn.ch/aNHkbW though I don’t do “breaking news”.

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Wondering how I feel about embargos on media releases. Am I a PR agent’s bitch and they tell me when I can write things? Probably not.

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“Helldesk” episode 6 has been posted by @expectproblems http://bit.ly/ckzKCI who would love a walk around the Harbour today.

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