Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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September 4th, 2010

Mobile: Out the front door; further; further still; a bit beyond that. Attention intermittent.

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Pondering a plan for the day.

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Hmmm… “Thought leaders” are often “speakers” too. Entertainment for conferences. I hereby coin “jargon-based entertainment”.

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@jonoabroad Most self-described “thought leaders” don’t actually lead, either. They just package others’ innovative thoughts and sell ‘em.

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@henraah That’s not the best definition, they’d usually have more ambiguous noun-phases. http://bit.ly/c3sfKc

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@henraah By all means use the phrase, but be aware that “crash blossom” has a distinct meaning. http://bit.ly/drW0py

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Oh. And their Flickr feed is nothing but scans of newspaper articles mentioning them and photos of themselves on TV.

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I shan’t link. But they self-describe as “thought leader” and “futurist”, natch. Prime menu items are “speaking”, “books” and “appearances”.

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If you’re such a fucking expert, why is the very first sentence of your article an incomprehensible buzzword-laden crash blossom?

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There’s a fair chance it was all a dream. However I am not in the best position to judge.

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“Wait, what does your startup do?” http://bit.ly/cHIx5p

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“Um, can anyone tell us where we dumped all that nuclear waste?” http://bit.ly/9N4zd3

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“Our [US] Structural Economic Problem”: consumer lifestyle maintained by longer hours, more debt http://bit.ly/aRZkJd

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“An Open Letter to All of Advertising and Marketing”: Brian does not appreciate crowdsourcing. http://bit.ly/cbLRZG

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OH: “But I AM a cheap-arse angel.”

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; King St; gym etc. Attention limited.

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@facibus Nah, stream of porn flowing down the Nile has sorta been done, with someone’s “blue Nile” headline effort.

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I hope there’s more to the NSW Parliament porn story on Monday, ‘cos I just thought of a glorious headline for it.

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RT @sylmobile: Tony and Joe pole dancing. Tony on top. http://twitpic.com/2l26l5

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@SnarkyPlatypus Le traducteur a été ambiguë, mais tous les médias de la pornographie aujourd’hui.

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Hah! RT @juhasaarinen: Fred Nile, Member of the NSFW Parliament? [Except the report could well clear him of that allegation. Perhaps.]

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Bingo! ABC TV shot of Fred Nile holding his NSW Parliament web usage report shows a ContentKeeper logo on it.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je suis à l’écoute des politiciens d’expliquer la pornographie. Et vous?

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In studio mode.

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@RWKrajewski There’s a lot more credible ways to attack the NBN than partisan “it’s Labor” and “no doubt” assume-the-result hand-waving.

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