Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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April 30th, 2010

RT @danilic Channel Nine’s Gold Logie campaign goes too far…. http://tweetphoto.com/20…

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“Alomst”? That word, that word right there, explains everything about today.

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Fri plan (late): A bunch of emails, client phone calls and podcast interviews from my desk, aiming to reduce th chaos levels; quiet evening.

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RT @Cacotopos: Remember the salient point mentioned earlier this week on the twitters: after a backflip you end up facing the same way :-/

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Why in politics is reconsidering a position or updating thoughts called a “backflip”? Isn’t being able to evolve a BONUS?

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Full Raskin doc shows how times changed. “Clearly, there should be BASIC.” “Portable, under 20 lbs.” http://bit.ly/9rlhkh

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From 1979, Jef Raskin’s thoughts on designing computers for real people. iPad, anyone? http://bit.ly/dxee5K

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Real first-person shooter vid: Dutch marines clear Somali pirates off container ship. http://bit.ly/cWv4b9

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Emerges, but insubstantially.

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Still confused, and also disgruntled.

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And I am Geoffrey Rush’s shoe. The shoe of a shoe.

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Geoffrey Rush holds mystery no longer, @jpoh. It’s like a shoe that no longer causes pain.

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Y’know @zerogeewhiz I’ve almost completely lost interest in Tropfest. I’m not sure why. Maybe the format encourages a certain style?

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Adding Geoffrey Rush isn’t automatically an improvement.

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I still haven’t decided what to do for my birthday, which is next weekend @Nickhodge @mrsnickhodge Maybe hide in the cellar with whiskey.

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Moderately confused.

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New blog post: “An important roadside warning” http://bit.ly/arRUsp

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Alas no, @iain_chalmers, I shall be in the US from 25 to 27 May. More details when I’ve confirmed it’s OK with my hosts.

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Now it’s time for my last interview for the day, then I can settle down with some reading and other warming activities and/or substances.

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$300 for a journalist to get a visa to the US, @Davidramli? I hope I get that as a freebie too. ;)

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I should point out, however, @ssharwood that I am NOT a Twitter Grammar Vigilante. No, Sir! http://bit.ly/9GnNX4

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Yes @NewtonMark I will be travelling to the US as journalist. I shall recount the process as I go. It’s a few weeks off yet tho.

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A “rockstar CIO”, @ssharwood? You mean an egomaniac attention-seeker who must always be front of stage? Was he a ninja too?

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Travelling with single name has been a non-issue so far, @jonoabroad, but then my travel hasn’t been extensive.

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It is a brief work trip to the US, @NewtonMark, though I’m not sure if I should say exactly why just yet.

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Dear Twitter Grammar Vigilantes, please sod off. http://bit.ly/9GnNX4

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Hah! Travel approved! America, you are SO fucked now!

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Disagree @NewtonMark, had clients not realise that “your internet link is down” means “email isn’t working”. Ping @nazzer

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I can confirm, @nazzer @NewtonMark, I’ve heard plenty of people ask “I’ve finished with Hotmail now, can I use the internet?”

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I know, @iain_chalmers, “reaming” is technically enlarging an existing hole. “Did Jobs goatse Lynch? (or perhaps Narayen)” Presumably so.

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‘I’m in love with my grandson and we’re having a baby’ http://bit.ly/9igqCn HT @macleanbrendan, apparently.

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RT @franksting: Does “reams Adobe a new orifice” mean Jobsy “ripped Adobe a new arsehole”? [Yes. I should have said “ripped”, in hindsight.]

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Apparently I should blame Adobe, Engels, Nick Clegg, Scott Baio or Canada. I suspect Scott Baio has a lot to answer for.

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Hmmm… I feel about 350% more crappy than I’d intended for this time of the afternoon. Who can I blame?

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Me in Crikey today: “Crikey Clarifier: Apple versus Adobe” http://bit.ly/aX3pNV

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I’ve never thought of an orgy as crowdsourcing, @Nickhodge. Currawongs are so Bird 2.0!

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Currawong orgy in progress on Sebastopol St. Noisy.

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; King St errands; back home again. A brisk walk should be a healthy bonus.

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@jonoabroad I’ll have just such a review of the style once I’ve clocked up the 20 episodes. I’d like to keep the consistency for now.

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@jonoabroad I’d hoped to get them down to 2 hours. I probably could if I spoke from bullet points not a detailed script but quality suffers.

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@jonoabroad I tend to spend quite some time farting about with the fline-grained flow of the script. And drinking.

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@jonoabroad Including inspiration, reading, scripting, recording, editing, compression, write blog post, an Edict averages 3 to 3.5 hours.

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Actually @jonoabroad if I’m suitably inspired tonight I may do an Edict. There hasn’t been one this week. Certainly plenty to whinge about.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Mais je suis paranoïaque, et je n’ai pas de fusil! Il n’ya pas de justice dans le monde!

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“Facebook Group ‘Praying’ For President Obama’s Death Passes 1 Million Members” http://huff.to/9jQtzF

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Il ya maintenant une bonne raison pour tous les Américains d’être inquiets. Très inquiet. Et vous?

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