Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

In Sydney NSW AU until Mon

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July 2010

In German, Kraftwerk means Power Station, sounds like http://youtu.be/45Z3gYf5… In English, like http://youtu.be/ZUc629Oc… Discuss.

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Persuading mammals. I may be some time. [exit]

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RANDOM MEAT is always a bonus.

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@jonoabroad No we walked FROM the arse end of nowhere. And, indeed, ‘cos we can and it’s a lovely city. East Hills seemed OK though.

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Home, with aching legs.

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@pauloryn Yes, this is Hell with sangria. And unexpected quails. Long story.

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We have entered some.kind of Portuguese Hell, with beef.

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It also pleases me to have seen a family of Calyptorhynchus funereus numbering about 10 this afternoon http://bit.ly/aVVlSN

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It pleases me that the word “arsehat” seems to be achieving wider currency.

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Also, East Hills to Petersham via Bankstown and Lakemba is a good 23km walk. We are brilliant, just brilliant.

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@Zedsupremus Is what a nickname? My name? No, that’s my name. Or did you mean something else?

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Oh there had better fucking well be sangria when we get to Petersham, let me tell you!

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Jason Clare, Labor for Blaxland http://post.ly/pXkb

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Secret Nazi bunker, Panania http://post.ly/pXOc

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Brent Thomas, working for us http://post.ly/pXKU

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Craig Kelly, Liberal for Hughes http://post.ly/pXGW

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Warning: Red LED may indicate contents http://post.ly/pWyK

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I’ve always thought that when people resort to name-calling or implied threats of violence that their position must be pretty weak.

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@3288chrisc Come on, show the real sophistication of your politics! Hey, I know! Why don’t you call me another name! That always persuades.

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@3288chrisc Your blind tribalism is hilarious. Keep going. Saves me writing my own scripts to satirise the angry mobs.

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@3288chrisc So politics by slogan and personal abuse, eh? Would that strategy ever change opinions? Also, see previous tweet.

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Oh dear, I wasn’t quite expecting such a quick and varied response. thank you, I’ll check them out over the next couple hours.

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So what non-party non-media-company election websites should I tell ABC Radio about? Once that I haven’t already plugged.

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@robbieg8s Indeed, I am tediously printing the PDFs to PDF, because they have carefully blocked “download”. Sigh.

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@rdmcfarlane All gin is a victory, by definition.

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Talking to the proles is such tedious hard work.

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O noes! Plastic Bertrand is a fake! Ça planait pas dans sa voix! http://bit.ly/9MO1dJ

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I grant you, @stuarthorrex, that is a better option yes http://twitpic.com/1t093e

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@jasonlangenauer People who imagine that telephones increase RI automatically have no RI at all.

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@franksting Of course, yes, Grayndler is much moar biggerer than mere Marrickville. Here be mappage! http://bit.ly/924jVf

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@jasonlangenauer There is a distinct lack of RI amongst those queuing through the night to buy telephones.

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@franksting I’ll check with Antony Green, but currently he’s listing Grayndler as “very safe Labor” http://bit.ly/9G3ZSR @SnarkyPlatypus

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This human is just wrong. Wrong wrong wrong wrong. http://bit.ly/cqlNvR

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@sylmobile Yes yes dear, we can see you there in your little striped cap… [pats]

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@SnarkyPlatypus Grayndler’s a bit of a candidate backwater too, but then Anthony Albanese will piss it in http://bit.ly/bji4jt

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@Nickhodge I don’t know how many arms the Swamp Stilgherrian had! I never saw it, and Ian Livingstone can’t remember which book it was in.

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Full lists of 2010 federal election candidates now available on AEC website http://bit.ly/apQug5 HT @peterjblack

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@stuarthorrex No, you don’t understand. Grilled cheese is disgusting. Truly disgusting. It destroys the cheese! BARBARIANS!

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@Nickhodge I know only one fictional mention of me, an Ian Livingstone Fighting Fantasy Gamebook. A huge Stilgherrian emerges from a swamp.

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ABC @RNFutureTense’s list of election-related websites: feel free to add more http://bit.ly/bHggtR

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@middleclassgirl No no no that is 1 in New York and 2 truly disgusting http://bit.ly/aBwgpp

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@SnarkyPlatypus I have wine but no cheese. Is there some sort of quality cheese delivery service available? [Not a euphemism.]

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@BernardKeane I haven’t digested Schwab’s piece yet, I just pasted it in. No brainpower for that sort of thinking. Nice he replied, tho.

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New blog post: “Adam Schwab’s NBN reply” http://bit.ly/buMlIV in which he responds to my http://bit.ly/9ShWnq

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That woman’s hair looks like a wig, but it’s clearly attached to her scalp. The only logical conclusion is that her entire head is false.

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As if by a different kind if magic, I am at Stanmore station.

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@qryss I ding think I am following you. Are you following me?

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As if by magic, I am at Central station.

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CityRail appears to have given up hope on even guessing an ETA for the Eastern Suburbs and Illawarra lines etc resuming.

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Three Mancunian backpackers stand, hands in baggy shorts pockets, thongs, gaping up at the gym opposite. The lads have seen actual women.

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Stick insect legs, generous round arse: her torso sits on two Chupa Chups. Her knees do not bend. Black vinyl jacket with hood, yellow fur.

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The Hare Krishna number four, and only one is so enthusiastic that he can lift his hands higher than his shoulders. Their drumming is drab.

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I have abandoned the railway. Drunk squeally women try to catch cabs which already have fares while their shoes fall off. 6.15pm. Lovely.

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Delays on Eastern Suburbs and South / Illawarra lines at least 20 to 30 minutes.

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At Kings Cross station. Due to a signal failure at Central station we are being indefinitely delayed.

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@jonoabroad Oh. No. Kiwified is a speshul coad werd. It is speshul to speshul peoples.

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En route to Kings Cross station and thence Potts Point, briefly. Then…? Moderately acceptable RI at Central.

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RT @thetowncrier: I can’t remember my own name. [Why not, Karen, what’s wrong with you?]

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@bryceroney I’ve always envisaged NSW Governor Marie Bashir as more the hit-woman type, then doing a water-borne escape on Sydney Harbour.

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@bryceroney Lots of stuff falls constitutionally under the Governor-General, but convention gives the PM actual command of the armed forces.

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Is the PM permitted to order assassinations under caretaker conventions? Just curious…

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Has the Space Vixen had Rudd taken out?

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Standing up and moving forward: Enmore Rd; King St; lunch; bank; 1500 ABC Ultimo for a Radio National pre-record.

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@jmacmullin The intention is for NBN fibre to completely replace copper, but customers will be able to opt out. I think that’s a flaw.

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Thing is @Asher_Wolf there isn’t actually any news about IT and the election yet. Well, no NEW news. It might best be left a week.

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@benmcginnes I’ve already covered the AGD’s discussions with ISPs on data retention in some depth on “Patch Monday” http://bit.ly/aAQWpB

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@wolfcat The NBN announcement today is just to release the fine-grained maps of who gets fibre, who wireless, who satellite.

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Oh, “Patch Monday” is a @zdnetaustralia podcast, about IT etc. It doesn’t cover telcos ‘cos that’s @phildobbie’s “Twisted Wire” podcast.

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Wondering what I should cover in the “Patch Monday” podcast. There’s really been no IT / Internet-related election news as such so far…

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“The fugitive role [Wikileaks founder] Assange adopts is a lifestyle choice, and not a necessity” http://bit.ly/aTuOVx

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It’ll be interesting to see how many people think that quoting counter-arguments indicates my actual opinion or voting intentions.

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Standing up and moving forward: Enmore Rd; Newtown station; Central station; East Hills station; setting out on foot for Sangria.

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@3288chrisc Yes, it’s terrible that the ALP brought Australia thru the GFC in better shape than any Western democracy. Terrible.

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@djackmanson “Wait and see” is a good strategy, yes. Just like global warming. Maybe it doesn’t mean anything. Just wait. And see.

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RT @firstdogonmoon: I am running around in a panicked screechy circle [I’m glad someone is doing something useful. And you lot?]

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Dear Fairfax, did I ASK you to play a video when I visited that web page to read a news story? No, I fucking well did not. So don’t, m’kay?

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Pro tip: Having a whinge to your friends, who already likely have similar views because they’re your friends, won’t be the answer.

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Supplementary question: “What will YOU be doing to help sway opinion amongst swinging voters in your nearest marginal electorate?”

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If folks don’t like the polling reported by Fairfax today, my question to them would be “What are you going to DO about that?”

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RT @jasonlangenauer: I must admit that when I hear the word ‘sangriafication’ my first thought isn’t that the sangria is administered orally

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@beeso Them, yes. Note that Schwab now says his gripe is lack of cost-benefit analysis. I think that differs from his original Crikey piece.

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@beeso If you do write something, make sure to read the precursor pieces. I’ll be fussy about running it or not. ;)

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Malgré tous les efforts de l’hégémonie du chat, je suis presque prêt pour les activités de la journée. Et vous?

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Sat plan: 1000 meet @SnarkyPlatypus at Central for our planned walk from East Hills to Petersham for sangrification; that is all.

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@beeso I’m more than happy to post responses to Adam Schwab, since I won’t have time to respond until tomorrow at the earliest.

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“WikiLeaks and mainstream media” from @jjn1: such a big data dump probably weakened impact http://bit.ly/9iRaa5

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If you get an election leaflet this weekend, please upload it to ElectionLeaflets.org.au http://bit.ly/9FBhZ0

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From last night: “Adam Schwab’s NBN reply” http://bit.ly/buMlIV in which he responds to my http://bit.ly/9ShWnq

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New blog post: “Weekly Wrap 8” http://bit.ly/9AtaDE

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Ars Technica mocks Tasmanians for not accepting free NBN fibre connection http://bit.ly/cmyjLh

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Sometimes there are people who have been good friends for a very long time, but you still want to slap them HARD.

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That might be a bit wrong.

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@Nickhodge @SnarkyPlatypus Do we need a compilation album, “20 Fabulous Hits by Famous Pedophiles”? http://youtu.be/CvtRkarV…

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@SnarkyPlatypus Oh look! You mentioned Miley Cyrus and got @replied by one of the latest drive-by malware scams! Lucky you!

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I find the sight of Bob Ellis accusing the electorate of collective Alzheimer’s to be particularly ironic.

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Ah, The Drum strikes another blow for balance via a panel of three grey-haired middle-aged urban whitefellas.

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Pleased that due to rearranging my world I can stop writing, I ponder the remainder of the evening.

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Very much appreciative of @penbo telling the old age pensioners of Australia to get stuffed http://bit.ly/cEPL3f

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On hold for ABC Radio Statewide NSW.

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Video of lightning strike recorded at 9000 frames per second, slowcoach http://youtu.be/-bvmEYxE…

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t’s worth noting that https://www.belowtheline… is currently 2007 data, as the 2010 preferences deals aren’t done yet.

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I agree that Open Australia is a good suggestion @theburgerman for finding out what your existing MP does http://bit.ly/PlP4C

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By “community election-related” @SuperOpinion I mean anything helpful for understanding the election, not run by a party or media outlet.

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I see Vote Below the Line is looking a bit more attractive too http://bit.ly/dp9TQ9

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Any other community election-related websites I should plug in a forthcoming thingo what I am doing?

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Have you all been uploading the election leaflets you receive to ElectionLeaflets.org.au? http://bit.ly/9FBhZ0

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@piawaugh I’ve just sent the maybe-not-quite-up-to-date figures to your work address. Happy to chat and explain.

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@erkpod Also, the bulk of that money goes to the money-collectors, then to the music labels, not to the original artists themselves.

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@erkpod Yep, not cheap. For podcast is POA. Webcast is approx $700 per quarter minimum for non-commecial orgs, $500pa for individuals.

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@piawaugh Yes, the broadcast license is only for the broadcast. Webcasting or podcasting requires an additional webcast license.

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@piawaugh As for radio, music licensing in broadcast radio is paid by the licensee, not individual programs.

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@piawaugh I have a copy of the APRA/AMCOSS license fees for commercial music in webcasts/podcasts I can forward if you like?

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@shigawire Oh I think you doubt Mr Schwab’s knowledge! I’m sure he temporarily forgot Shannon-Hartley in the rush to write his analysis.

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@franksting No, the live ABC Local Radio programs aren’t transcribed or turned into podcasts. But it’ll be nothing new for you.

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I’m on ABC Radio Statewide NSW at 5.50pm (95 mins) talking DNSSEC and IPv6, would you believe. No stream.

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@drueyjay Yep, we reduced usage from 34kWh per day to 29kWh at the same time last year, but nevertheless are paying $50 more.

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Yes, Energy Australia Quarterly Invoice, our electricity costs have indeed risen around 10%. And same to you.

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It says here on this sign that The Green Room Lounge on Enmore Rd opens mid-August.

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@izevaka Typo corrected, thank you. Though an online heath service does sound fun. It’d probably be full of gnomes.

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Thank you, @mtats, that reminds me to re-pimp my “Adam Schwab’s NBN ‘analysis’ arsehattery” http://bit.ly/9ShWnq

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@ApostrophePong No, I’m not going to Pho Sure, they’re not open for lunch. Silly people.

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Standing up and moving forward: Enmore Rd; pho for lunch; further errands only if necessary; back to my cave for more writing.

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Now now @jeamland @renailemay @R_Chirgwin @shaneyoung72 … No jokes about wireless broadband. It IS the answer to everything. [smirks]

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Me in Crikey: “A new cable brings the promise of more internet capacity” http://bit.ly/b6nlvP Can has 5.12Tb/s?

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Crikey story filed! Whew! And do I feel crap? yes, I do. Continual pain and/or codeine are exhausting. Who knew?

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The codeine is working.

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Well, there’s my bit of the podcast “A Series of Tubes” recorded. It’s all up to @R_Chirgwin now. May God have mercy ‘pon his soul.

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NBN Co coverage maps are linked off this ABC story http://bit.ly/cvaMNz @robbieg8s Not on NBN Co website yet, as of 5 mins ago anyway.

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RT @deptofinternets: It’s not a PITA, it’s Web 2.0! [True, my mistake… There IS a difference. There is. There really is.]

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Gosh @abcnews the NBN coverage maps in Scribd, not just as downloadable PDFs? What a PITA!

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No, not you, @kcarruthers, I’m having a go at The Man With the Catchy-Titled Book. There’s always TMWTCTTB.

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So to translate, @kcarruthers, “Social media huge, important, say people whose income depends on social media being huge, important”?

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Fri plan: 0900 record for A Series of Tubes; desk things; lunch & errands; 1500 ABC Radio recording; 1600 client phone conference; TGIF TBA.

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Less ranty is FAS’ Steven Aftergood on Wikileaks’ lack of due diligence and transparency http://bit.ly/dt2MxC

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@SnarkyPlatypus Aussi, je suis passablement, après avoir dormi 22 heures jusqu’à 2 heures du matin, et puis 5 heures 30 jusqu’à 7 heures 30.

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“WikiLeaks is a brothel of self-promotion, Assange its puffed-up pimp”, says @tunkuv. Goodness! http://bit.ly/d0T88N HT @jayrosen_nyu

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je savais, je savais que vous alliez à choisir cette chanson. http://youtu.be/F1FPK5-R…

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. J’ai remarqué que, parfois, les gens choisissent les héros les plus inapproprié. Et vous?

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@snarkle Anyway, my comment was about Assange, not Wikileaks, and it wasn’t about hate.

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@snarkle Equating “information wants to be free” with Wikileaks is a complete misrepresentation of the phrase’s origins. http://bit.ly/3LEZw

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CEBPAKI: Cat exists between person and keyboard, inconveniently,

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Ah. Emerges. Uhuh.

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Oh is Julian Assange going to be on TV again? I think I might go to bed before I stab someone. [exit]

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Since several people have asked about Julie Bishop… http://bit.ly/d7LJ2b

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Apparently I am Julie Bishop, or so I have just been told.

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Apollo you are a bastard cat.

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@CastleJames @queerpenguinSX I suspect that neither the Khmer Rouge nor @LaurieOakes pay any attention to me, the arseholes.

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“I’d have preferred to be hanging out on the beach than dealing with homosexual Nazis” http://bit.ly/bSMCrO HT @joshgnosis

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@joshgnosis And were there enough laughs? Whale feces aside…

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@CastleJames Well, I appreciate your Baroque theory. We shall see. @LaurieOakes, any thoughts? ;)

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@CastleJames Doubtless Belinda Neal is a vengeful soul, but surely a certain KR is a simpler explanation for the leaks?

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@joshgnosis Where are you and why are your tweets an hour behind the program you’re tweeting about?

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@wunchn I understand your point, but personally I think left-right analysis limits understanding, is best abandoned. You won’t sway me here.

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@CastleJames I don’t think you can finger Belinda Neal [eww!] for the ALP leaks. She wouldn’t have access to the cabinet debates.

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@wunchn I think it’s easier just to look at each party as an entity in itself, and to forget the idea that one party is left, one right.

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@wunchn Parties? They each have a cluster of messages to appeal to the swinging voters, some left, some right on the old scale.

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@wunchn Tell me which “them” you’re referring to and I’ll tell you how I describe them.

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@FixedR6 Nah, I’ll stick with my comment on that, actually. I’ll expand upon that into an essay at some point.

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@wunchn My irony detector is not calibrated tonight, but I kinda laugh at anyone who still uses that 18th-century left-right analysis.

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I am turning off the TV feed because I am in danger of finding out things that I already know.

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Hang on I saw this report on shock horror teenagers are hormonal violent don’t think of consequences who knew a week ago.

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@Colvinius True, plagues of frogs aren’t quite my realm. My patter tends to stay within a millennium or two of the present date.

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Oh here we go…

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“I don’t have first-hand experience of whale feces, no.” Now THAT’S television!

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Dear , if you want someone to play “bitter old cunt” other than Bob Ellis, I can do that and stay on topic.

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@renailemay People registering for info on a consumer product isn’t interest in “tech”, it’s interest in consumerism. Very different.

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WTF? My phone just auto-corrected “Grrrr” to “Greer”. Poor Germaine…

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Seriously, @renailemay, tech is like sewerage. We all USE it, but only the obsessed and the mentally ill want to TALK about it.

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RT @renailemay: Why does have a health section but no tech report?? [To spite you, personally, because They Know.]

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Tom Switzer may object to my characterisation of him as middle-aged but, like, fuck him. He referred to Edmund Burke before 10pm.

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Ah, so THAT’S what Glenn Milne looks like sober!

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@thetowncrier Why do you hate Freedom? Or is it just email and the telephone? ;)

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@yewenyi Well, this new pipe is 1.52Tb/s initially, how does that compare with your Big Number?

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@bengrubb No, not retail. That whole price comparison was about a certain-sized Big Fat Pipe, as a pipe.

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@bengrubb @joshgnosis The Middle East comparisons were about price not bandwidth. ME is 3x Australia, says my notes.

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Erm, the new Pacnet fibre will double international data capacity initially, @bengrubb @joshgnosis Do I need to teach you chaps arithmetic?

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@expectproblems Actually I find the gentle rain rather pleasant. But I need to find a comfy cubbyhole for a bit of work before heading home.

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@expectproblems This may actually come as a shock, but I probably shouldn’t embark upon an adventure today. My gesture is hollow.

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@expectproblems I am not “familiar” with it, though I know of it. But were you not joining me there? Or was that all a hollow gesture?

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So, I’m in the Sydney CBD… What was that about Red Oak, @expectproblems?

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@jeamland Yes, 1.52Tb/s initially, but they may add extra fibre pairs if they get more customers, and obviously it can be upgraded later.

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Watch for the stories emerging this afternoon. Another 5.12Tb, online by 2013, more after that.

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Pacnet has just announced a new JV with Pacific Fibre to lay new fibre AU-NZ-US which will double Australia’s overseas data capacity.

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@MikeySlezak Yes, Jura is probably the place to look. Ah well, it’ll have to wait until next week.

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Atlassian and Sussex St on a rainy day http://post.ly/p5Pu

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I think I might track down the author of that poster and interview them for “The 9pm Edict” podcast some time.

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RT @DanielOCnr: Looks like a lost dog poster until you start reading ;) [Actually, I think it IS a lost dog poster. Har har.]

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I also like the fact that there are no contact details on that poster. Want to join the struggle? Tough. http://post.ly/p5Em

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Newtown a police state, apparently http://post.ly/p5Em

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Standing up and moving forward: Enmore Rd; Newtown station; Town Hall station; Cockle Bay Wharf; Coast Restaurant.

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