Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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August 31st, 2010

I’ve just seen the prooof. It IS possible to talk on the phone and pick your nose while driving the kids home from school.

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; lunch; potential errands, but probably not; remainder TBA.

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US motorcyclist could face 16 years jail for filming his own arrest. http://bit.ly/cCLO8y

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@garthk I may regret asking this, but why would I want a Daring Fireball t-shirt?

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Paul Bongiorno clearly doesn’t read @AntonyGreenABC’s work or listen to the “one question person” rule.

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ABC is advertising for cadet journalists in 2011 http://bit.ly/b3YonP

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I should’ve been recording this speech by @JuliaGillard at ‘cos it’d certainly have helped my insomnia tonight.

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2nd call: Melbourne client needs a simple online shop built during September to sell their PDF files. Email webdev@prussia.net for the RFQ.

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@GreenJ Perhaps if you chat with @AntonyGreenABC he will tell you, too, about his bowel cancer testing kit.

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Hah! “Maybe in time Australian Story will profile Kylie Sandilands’ proctologist.” Thanks, @GreenJ! http://bit.ly/923u6x

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@maninultimo @riskybusiness Heh. Don’t get me started, I’m trying to be well-behaved today. And so far I’m mostly succeeding.

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@riskybusiness If this tweet http://bit.ly/cR1sgX got me on Media Watch it’d give me a chance to talk about the Myth of Objectivity again.

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As @derekbarry has spotted, WikiLeakiLeaks is the work of Gawker Media. Linkbaiting from arsehole to breakfast time.

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It had to happen eventually: WikiLeakiLeaks! http://bit.ly/bLpxh3 HT @deptofinternets

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See, that’s what ethical people do when people point out their mistakes: they correct themselves. It’s not that hard, actually.

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Correction. It’s @WilliamBowe making that point over at Crikey Blogs, at “The Poll Bludger”. http://bit.ly/cGhtcM

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And @Pollytics explains much the same point over at Crikey Blogs. http://bit.ly/cGhtcM

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In that piece @AntonyGreenABC also explains why all this talk of national 2PP is irrelevant anyway. http://bit.ly/9iTiwr

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More @AntonyGreenABC explanations: Why the AEC’s displayed national 2PP vote is wrong. http://bit.ly/9iTiwr

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Things currently making me happy: 1. Phone conference with client went well. 2. Codeine is working.

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Agreed @jasonlangenauer it’d be good to know what the planned ICT syllabus actually IS. But let’s not confuse the discussion with facts.

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@paris_david @joshgnosis I have only seen a few snippets so far, but it is clearly must-watch TV. Or something.

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@smperris Que? Not on the iTunes Store I’m looking at. You must be on drugs.

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Why was I not previously aware of the truly Shakespearean drama that is “Tool Academy”?

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“Science is beginning to embrace the idea that some technology is Twinkies and some technology is Brussels sprouts.” http://n.pr/cVScxF

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It is important to move beyond the duck.

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Once again, @AntonyGreenABC appears silently at my elbow. He is such a sneak. Also, he’ll be on Lateline tonight.

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@dananimal “NASA on the Commons” is just the name of the account, and Flickr uses “commons” generically for freely-reusable material.

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Correct @dananimal under US law all material produced by NASA etc using taxpayers’ money is in the public domain. I did not mention CC.

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We now have NASA on the Commons: NASA hands out copyright-free imagery on Flickr http://bit.ly/anWiRy

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“Things Organized Neatly”: a blog of pictures of, erm, things organised neatly. http://bit.ly/aHfbtZ

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@deptofinternets Which came first, the copper or the digger?

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Oh, and this is Victoria Police’s Twitter policy. I smell a groundhog. http://bit.ly/cbPsew

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Australian Defence Force’s Twitter policy for @AusDefenceForce, Flickr and Facebook, gloriously brief and direct. http://bit.ly/cAR8dN

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Australia’s defence forces on Twitter at @AusDefenceForce

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@paulwallbank They don’t let me drive motorised vehicles.

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More on China’s domination in rare earth elements: export cuts driving up prices. http://bit.ly/9wdwOA

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