Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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July 1st, 2010

Vanity Fair’s “expert panel” picks most important works of architecture since 1980 http://bit.ly/cbd0P3

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New blog post: “Short Story or Rock Band?” http://bit.ly/bg4aJT

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Nearly emerges.

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I think I’d better leave it at that. I’ve apparently upset enough people today, the poor fragile petals. [exit]

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Wow that was a revealing question.

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Pondering the difference between jelly beans and sleeping pills.

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Bloody auto-correct, that should be “Snuggie”.

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Apparently there are only 3 categories of people who phone you: people you sleep with, work, and psychopaths.

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OH: “No no, I didn’t fuck her. I was too drunk. We were shooting The Bold and the Beautiful and I was blind drunk and people hated me.”

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So, you know when the day goes unexpectedly downhill…?

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; King St; local errands including haircut; remainder TBA, but nothing too outrageous.

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@vealmince @mr_masturbacon And no, I don’t read SMH comments. I rarely visit Fairfax sites ‘cos of those stupid auto-play videos.

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@vealmince @mr_masturbacon Nah by “digital elite” I mean the self-appointed “we know how the internet works and you’re ignorant” types.

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@latikambourke Thanks, I’m glad you liked the ABC piece. And a belated congrats on the Walkley!

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I’m actually in studio mode for now. Comments on my ABC piece are best left over there and I’ll get to them later. http://bit.ly/dvfhA7

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@jdub I thought that’s what columnists did, describe their opponents as “elites”. Maybe I need a green and gold tracksuit.

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@jdub I can’t mention everything, and I think my point is the ill-informed rabble make it easier for the smarter ones to be ignored.

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Oh thanks for the compliments coming in already. I had expected more flak than compliments but, hey, it’s still early. ;)

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Ah yes, I’m at ABC Unleashed: “The political naivety of the digital elites” http://bit.ly/dvfhA7

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Eh? Erm? What have I done NOW?

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And from yesterday’s Crikey, “How the 24/7 media cycle helped kill off Rudd” http://bit.ly/aYUoB5

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Good piece from @timdunlop on why journalists racing to be first is a boring pissing contest http://bit.ly/9TczXu

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ACMA research: Attitudes towards use of mobile payment in Australia http://bit.ly/aeLtUE

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@PeopleMagicHR I didn’t mind Gareth Evans. My opinion may be coloured by a certain beer-fuelled conversation with him, some time ago.

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Fri plan: AM deal with a bazillion loose ends on my desk; PM disappear for a few days of-grid in a SEKRIT location.

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@flare2004 I do try to read all the comments, yes, as much as I can stomach. I respond to a few too. The comments are the point IMO.

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@PeopleMagicHR Conroy was appointed to the Senate to replace Gareth Evans, a scandal only if others were more deserving.

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It is true. I am not really a teapot.

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@rorybaust Thank you. I don’t think it’s the best piece I’ve done on Teh Filterz and related, but I’m glad it’s triggered some dialog.

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@mjec Like many, you’ve missed the point. I’m NOT saying anyone should butt out. I’m saying they should be smarter.

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I’m particularly amused by those who’ve taken it to mean I support Senator Conroy and/or mandatory internet censorship.

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Intrigued by many of the comments on my ABC piece, “The political naivety of the digital elites” http://bit.ly/dvfhA7

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je suis en train de décider quelle chanson d’ABBA est le plus approprié pour aujourd’hui. Et vous?

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@veritychambers I agree, Short Story or Rock Band is a lovely idea. I need to find an obsessive who’d create a database of titles to play.

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@veritychambers It’s not an exact science, I suspect.

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