Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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November 2nd, 2010

I didn’t tweet the seminar ‘cos I was the only one in the room with a laptop and sitting right next to the presenter.

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Starting shortly, Dr Sinta Dewi, Padjadjaran University, on Cyberlaw in Indonesia. http://arseh.at/1d7

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Wait! Why did my “Mobile” tweet only appear just now? I’m already at UNSW, soaking in the luxury of the Faculty of Law.

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; Newtown Sq; 370 bus; UNSW; 1300 Cyberlaw in Indonesia seminar http://arseh.at/1d7

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OH: “He’s gonna be a politician. He just watches the news and ‘Mad Men’. If you ask him a question he sounds like he’s talking to a judge.”

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OH: “When he gets home from work, he goes to his room and puts on classical music and reads, I swear to God. He’s 25.”

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Oh. Yes. The 370 bus also goes near Randwick Racecourse, where people can watch a horse race in another city on TV. Such cheap suits!

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When I start tweeting from the Indonesian Cyberlaw thing, I shall hashtagify it

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Crikey story filed! Now, where are my pants…?

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I find it odd that so many people feel the need to include the year in their hashtags. Would we tweet an event a year later?

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@SuperOpinion “Individual arrangements” have always been common in the media, even in places that were more unionised.

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@smperris @trib I’ve no doubt CeBIT spammed the event to buggery. More an observation about what might have cut through.

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Mobile: Stanmore station; North Sydney station; Cisco’s HQ for Future of Crowdsourcing Summit http://arseh.at/1et

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@dfg77 Weird. For some reason I was not following you. I blame Twitter. For everything.

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It is somewhat odd that I wasn’t aware of in Canberra this week. Oh well.

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@AgnessMack @SuperOpinion As for the bloggers at http://blogs.crikey.com…. I understand there’s some sort of revenue split deal.

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@AgnessMack @SuperOpinion Some Crikey contributors are paid, like me. Some not, if it’s more their job, e.g. academics. http://arseh.at/1f4

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Crikey story filed! Right on time! Ah, Wednesday, I do like you this week.

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Wed plan: Write for Crikey; don pants; 1130 The Future of Crowdsourcing Summit, North Sydney http://arseh.at/1et; remainder TBA.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je me demande si vous avez été induit en erreur par un orignal. Personnellement, j’ai été très heureux.

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I think we might now develop a new cartoon character for Optus to use in their advertising: Misleading Moose.

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Justice Perram has a remarkably wide vocabularly for describing the size of a moose’s antlers. http://arseh.at/1dl

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@paulkidd I think that counts, yes. As long as you’re causing people distinct discomfort in some way, that’s the key thing.

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@declanmurphy I was amused that The Oz reckoned the first thing they should say about Masayoshi Son was that he’s rich.

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Sarkozy describes UK-France defence treaty as “pooled sovereignty”. http://arseh.at/1eq

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Do you have psoriasis? Please do this. Frequently. http://arseh.at/1ep Ping @TheBloggess

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Canadian Conservatives reintroduce ISP data retention bill. http://arseh.at/1eo

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“Is a federal Nordic state on the cards?” Bring back the Kalmar Union! http://arseh.at/1en

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Surprise! Masayoshi Son’s fibre comments the exact opposite of The Australian’s report. http://arseh.at/1e2

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Stratfor analysis of the failed [apparently] al Qaeda aircraft bomb attempt. http://arseh.at/1em

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Also, what is a “sorkin”? I assume some sort of inexpensive layered absorbent device to prevent impregnation?

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Also, any depiction of Sherlock Holmes that omits his cocaine addiction is missing half of the entire point of the character.

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To answer questions, I have never seen an episode of “Glee” ever, and have no desire to.

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I see that there’s dialog from hours ago that I didn’t respond to because we had a guest. And now, well, the river has flowed on.

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This internet thing is a piece of shit.

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You’re right @Colvinius sometimes the journey to the ending that we already know, sometimes that’s the point.

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RT @R_Chirgwin: Surely that might have been said about Hearst as well? [Fair point.]

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But then, I’m a yellow knitted slug, what would I know?

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I should mention that I haven’t actually seen ‘The Social Network’, but why would I want to pay money to watch a movie about that cunt?

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I just saw a headline, “Is ‘The Social Network’ The ‘Citizen Kane’ Of Our Generation?” Kill me now.

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RT @infoholic: Because there are millions of pairs of eyes watching them? [Sheep? We read TechCruch because “everyone” reads them?]

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People read TechCrunch?

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We’re going to have an “Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement” (IA-CEPA), apparently. The Ranga’s people say so.

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@NineSortJam Absolutely. Involving the public is dangerous. You never know where they’ve been, what sort of diseases they might be carrying.

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@trib Yes, but what sort of losers would be looking at government policy at this time on Cup Day?

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Apropos of nothing in particular, this $6 cleanskin cabernet merlot was a spectacularly good investment.

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Should anyone even care by now, me in Crikey: “Information Commissioner’s toe in the Government 2.0 waters” http://arseh.at/1e7

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I have enjoyed being part of the first episode of “Parity Bit”. http://arseh.at/1d8 I’ll pimp the podcast once it goes live.

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@BernardKeane @NineSortJam Sorry what? What have I done now?

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Getting ready for the recording of the first episode “Parity Bit” with @ojkelly http://arseh.at/1d8 Watch live at http://arseh.at/1dz

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The women in the Yellowglen advertisements do not seem to be worthy role models for young Australians.

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@NineSortJam Indeed. When I say something is A, I’m not necessarily saying it is not B. Tweets are not a complete reality.

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Oddly enough, the police have set up a vast random breath testing station on Anzac Parade at Randwick. Should be a good earner.

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Yes, Singtel Optus’ broadband ads were misleading. ACCC seeks 5-year injunction. http://bit.ly/b3BUpF HT @joshgnosis

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@JamesJohnsonOHR No, feral goldfish is just a metaphor, no numbers behind it whatsoever.

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An article or two will eventually emerge however.

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@SuperOpinion @Pollytics I’d say journalism and blogging are both processes for making certain media outputs. Pay is a separate issue.

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