Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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October 11th, 2010

Wow, you can customise your avatar “to reflect you and your personality”. Has that ever been done before?

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Wow it’s a “new beginning” AND a “fresh start”. It must be pretty special.

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Needless to say, the Wi-Fi is made of fail.

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Why we are here, apparently http://post.ly/13ZA3

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I’m walking from Central instead. It may prevent a stabbing death.

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If these are the people who operate the world while I’m working at home, no wonder the world’s fucked.

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Mobile: Stanmore station; Town Hall station, probably; walk to East Sydney.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je suis rempli de doutes, la peur et l’irritation. Et vous?

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Tue plan: 0900 Microsoft / Telstra Windows Phone 7 event, East Sydney; errands; 1300 Microsoft security briefing at home; remainder TBA.

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Your Kiefer Sutherland reference baffled me @benpobjie but it’s probably safer than some of the other replies.

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Julia Roberts never had sex with baked goods, did she?

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I don’t think you’re meant to have sex with baked goods.

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But… then again… what if I were Julia Roberts?

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Why Julia Roberts? And what’s that she’s sucking on?

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Virgin Galactic’s VSS Enterprise spacecraft completes inaugural glide test. http://arseh.at/q9

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@Warlach What, exactly, are you offering in terms of a swap for me being at Circular Quay? It’[d better be good…

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@rycrozier Oh, yes, I should check out the CityRail Wi-Fi. But no, I am not at the railway station as such…

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“Turnbull’s NBN confusion softens Libs’ case”, says David Braue (@zyzzyvamedia) http://arseh.at/q7

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Lurking at Circular Quay, for the moment.

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; Newtown station; Circular Quay station; Ocean Room restaurant for NetSuite briefing.

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In “Patch Monday” I also talk a little to @R_Chirgwin about the “opt-out” NBN. http://arseh.at/px

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New “Patch Monday” podcast at @zdnetaustralia: “Credit cards risked by standards failure” http://arseh.at/px

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Some good questions were asked re where Microsoft / Telstra see their new phone market share coming from. There’s the issue…

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@Cacotopos My curiosity is about “excited”, cf “interested”, “pleased”, “curious” or other words that don’t imply out-of-control emotions.

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Seriously? Optus have a plan called the “complete ultimate business” plan? “Complete” AND “ultimate”? Arsehats.

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I’ve decided that saying you’re “exciting” at this sort of launch is compulsory, like saying how many days since your last drink at AA.

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Telstra is saying that you can buy Windows Phone 7 apps and charge then to your Telstra bill, up to $20. Lash out, folks!

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I don’t know what they’re smoking, but they never handed out any as we arrived. Unless it was in the fruit.

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I must admit, I’m still disturbed by the fact that anyone would get “excited” over a new operating system.

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@leighbentley I am not going to judge an entire operating system after merely having seen a 10-minute canned demo.

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So, Mitch, we all gave informed consent to have our image published WHEN in that process just then? You don’t have mine, Sir!

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I want to punch this man.

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The first thing you’re showing off is that you can choose your wallpaper and the phone says you’ve got messages waiting? Unique!

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Apparently Windows Phone 7 is “personal”. You can choose the hardware and software you want. Like, um, every other phone?

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