Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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May 17th, 2010

I’ll be talking Facebook privacy and safely on ABC Radio Statewide NSW some time around 5.10pm, i.e. in 20 mins. Alas, no stream.

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@engochick I know I know I know! Today has been so hectic! Aaaarrrgh! Tea will help.

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Patch Monday podcast filed! Whew! What an effort this week! Ping @engochick and break out the… um… tea.

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@firstdogonmoon You can watch Question Time streamed from the Parliament House website. http://bit.ly/GgUZj

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Going into studio mode for most of the day. Attention is now distinctly reduced.

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OK, heads down while I get some writing written, in words. Some of these words may eventually form sentences.

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Help. Some research showed we form political opinions based on social influence like magnetisation or crystallisation. Any leads to that?

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RT @rbersten: I think I’m in love. @stilgherrian just reposted a tweet to correctly close quote marks. Sigh. [I am quite a sad individual.]

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je suis complètement à défaut d’écrire des mots sur le programme d’aujourd’hui. Et vous?

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RT @zzkt: ‘We then couple multiple cow “oscillators” together to study synchrony and cooperation in cattle herds’ http://bit.ly/a4nEWi

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For those who missed the “Patch Monday” podcast yesterday, “Is Facebook the Antichrist of privacy?” http://bit.ly/cLIx4k

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@DDsD Oh, overclock the CAR! I suppose I should’ve seen which tweet you were replying to. Silly me.

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@DDsD Why would you want to overclock a phone? Need a little extra warmth in your pocket, eh? ;)

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Tue plan: Finish an article (late!); AM desk work; 1230 phone conf; PM client webby work and other loose ends; evening TBA.

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@djackmanson But why add another layer (Gmail)? I should be able to just talk directly to my own server. Dialog best at the blog… ;)

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@cpanczak It’s no different from any other “Would you like to try X?” review, really. Movie reviewers get free ticket.

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@cpanczak Telstra isn’t paying the reviewers, but we keep the phone. Why do it? Why not? I get to explore Android cheap.

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Am I wrong to resist Gmail? Are my concerns here outdated, or now-forgotten precautions? http://bit.ly/aOjvO0

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So, you can hack cars now. That’ll make the roads safer, eh? http://bit.ly/cZc8mh

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Emerges, with mammal-loudness a’plenty.

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Conflicted. Do I explain how mining companies can, yes, actually move offshore? Or do I watch Sherlock Holmes on iView? I choose the latter.

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@nsmale I won’t do out-of-10 rating yet. I prefer deeper think, not quick impressions. My first post http://bit.ly/ccaEl2

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I’ll do my next blog post Wed night, after I’ve covered the David Thodey lunch using the HTC Desire as my tethered modem. ;)

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@grum I seem to recall Telstra had this little thing called an entry form, which you did not fill out? They’d have loved you otherwise.

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Anyone who thought bloggers would be HTC/Telstra shills is proven wrong already, judging by the stream. ;)

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@CollinVanUden As a customer, I shouldn’t have to debug why a provided icon doesn’t work, I say. But you’re probably right.

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@franksting Key words when talking to 3: “Service not of merchantable quality” and “Trade Practices Act”.

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Silly thing is, this Wi-Fi is actually provided by a Next G mobile broadband router. Bigger oops.

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Confirmed. Pre-loaded Telstra icons on are redirects thru a site that isn’t accessible when on Wi-Fi instead of Next G. Oops.

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@firstdogonmoon Maybe it’s a Crikey thing, but the spelling is “Cory Bernardi”. He’s a Senator, you know.

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@jonoabroad Sure, in this modern age of non-discrimination you can be an actress if you want.

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‘Actresses “must have real breasts”’ http://bit.ly/c6XAfE

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@Zombie_Plan “The 9pm Edict” has suffered from my overload. It will return when I’m able to give it the time. No specific date yet.

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Well I don’t know, @SnarkyPlatypus, don’t the Libs have some good policies and stuff? And a map with scary red arrows?

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Huh? @TonyAbbottMHR as Pope of Australia, @Nickhodge? We already have one of them! http://bit.ly/bxfIOS

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There is no need for me to watch political interviews on TV when I have people who can tell me what to think.

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I gather from folks watching The 7.30 Report that @TonyAbbottMHR just annointed @TurnbullMalcolm as Liberal leader?

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RT @adamwilcox: Dear Adobe, when the name of your “open” product contains two uses of ® then it isn’t open. [Smirks.]

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@DemonicVel Agreed, I think “autism” gets thrown around a lot without much consideration or analysis. Like “schizophrenic” I guess.

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Movie shows Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg as ‘a sex-mad “borderline-autistic” conniver’ http://bit.ly/9Xl5kV

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Aha! @JamesOBrienAU says we can get ABC Statewide NSW in Sydney on Foxtel satellite channel 879. Useful tip. Thanks.

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Patch Monday podcast via @zdnetaustralia: Is Facebook the Antichrist of privacy? http://bit.ly/cLIx4k

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