Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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November 8th, 2010

Speaking of comatose… [thud]

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Wimps. @SnarkyPlatypus @jasonlangenauer It’s good for you, and only 6 shots of alcohol.

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Toulouse-Lautrec also seems to have invented a very sensible cocktail, the Earthquake. http://arseh.at/1m4 Ping @SnarkyPlatypus

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@chkuckl I’m not quite sure what you’re asking, so maybe expand it a bit in the blog comments? My brain is dead now. http://arseh.at/1kc

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Photographs of Henri Toulouse-Lautrec defecating on a beach. Yes. http://arseh.at/1m1

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Depressing tales of a writer and an editor’s times with Demand Media’s content factory. http://arseh.at/1lv http://arseh.at/1lw

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@deptofinternets I’m afraid I cannot join you for drinks, but hope you enjoy the evening nonetheless.

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Californian home infested by bees: honey leaking from electrical outlets. http://arseh.at/1lq

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@BernardKeane Fir a bunch of Fascists, the Economist writes remarkably well.

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RT @spuriousnewt: you could send him some cookies? mmm foreign cookies [Hah!]

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I think I might do a blog post telling Obama what he should do to save America’s economy. I mean, that’s how he makes decisions, right?

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@mumbrella I won’t say any more. I am already Fairfax’s newest best friend today. ;)

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@SnarkyPlatypus Deli on King closes at 5.30pm, but there are alternacheeses. Champagne is easy to find. Your move.

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“I hope this mail is in a perfect state of mind and good healthy condition,” says the spam. Well I hope so too.

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@bengrubb Although there’s also something to be said about the class factor of choosing that photo for “editor’s picks”. Very quality.

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@bengrubb I think the issue is not how the pop-out annoyifying thing is created but why it’s showing old news.

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Oh wow! Apparently Justin Timberlake is going to star in a new film about Facebook! http://arseh.at/1ln

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@Asher_Wolf I suspect your problems were caused by the secret spying devices the Crikey website put on your computer.

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@Asher_Wolf If Crikey’s paywall is playing up, email subs@crikey.com.au and they can fix. But then, my story was outside the paywall?

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Apparently I now give parenting advice on the radio. The world is going downhill rapidly.

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RT @jeamland: Sometimes I mistype @stilgherrian as “stilgherrina” and I get horrible, horrible images.

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I must bail from this exciting conversation because I’m about to be on ABC Radio Statewide NSW talking Facbook and, um, cookies. ;)

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@jayrosen_nyu Spot on. The Senate needs to consider just that, when is it an act of journalism, not who is a member of what. Ta.

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Now @AmyCorderoy has posted a comment at Crikey without disclosing that she’s a Fairfax employee. Classy. http://arseh.at/1lf

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@realityraver Why yes, I believe I did write the story in Crikey today.

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Attempting to get home before the rain.

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Christ, what Kool-Aid do they give staff at Fairfax? A story criticising someone else for what you do yourself is hypocrisy. No ifs or buts.

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The fact remains @AmyCorderoy there’s no link to this story http://tinyurl.com/24vfn… from today’s. As it stood, today’s is hypocrisy.

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Seriously, @AmyCorderoy, you don’t expect readers to search through a writer’s previous stories for the context? HAHAHAHAAHAHA!

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That’s Fairfax’s defence @AmyCorderoy? We mentioned our cookies in some other story? Hilarious! Where was the link to that story?

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Interesting. The ABC’s website delivers DoubleClick cookies. Something to do with Flashlight, whatever that is.

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@piawaugh Oh no, paying more attention could be dangerous for your health.

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@piawaugh Hah! The avatar changes every few days. Who knows when various random critters might return… ;)

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That’s one nasty thunderstorm approach from the west of Sydney. http://arseh.at/1ld

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@GeordieGuy Cookies themselves aren’t such a big deal. It’s what’s done with the compiled personal info that’s of concern.

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@piawaugh You may be interested in the “Patch Monday” podcast interview with the new Information Commissioner. http://arseh.at/1l6

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Hah! A local police officer reading the paper over lunch points to the Fairfax cookie story. He shakes his head and mutters, “What rubbish.”

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; lunch; maybe an errand; back home for the afternoon’s exciting activities, as previously announced.

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Me at Crikey: “Fairfax’s hypocritical web ‘spying devices’ beat-up” http://arseh.at/1lb

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Mon plan, additional: lunch; minor desk work; 1545 ABC Radio Statewide NSW to talk Facebookish things; reading & research; watch the rain.

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“I am out of the office from 2/9/2010 to 19/4/2011. For any urgent matters…” Gawd.

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: This pendant may protect you from radiation. Maybe not from strange cartoon fetishists http://bit.ly/dv1K2n

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“Patch Monday” podcast: interview with Aust’s new Information Commissioner Prof John McMillan http://arseh.at/1l6

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I should probably not construct passwords from strange sexual scenarios involving people from Twitter. It’s probably bad karma.

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Crikey story filed! Whew!

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“Patch Monday” podcast filed! And now on to writing a piece for Crikey. Ah, Monday mornings…

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Goddammit my Wi-Fi keeps dropping out.

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This is not getting this podcast produced, of course. Shoosh. Let me work, your rowdy rowdy people.

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My mobile phone is emitting dangerous radiation and I need a pendant to stop it. No. Wait.

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@infoholic @BernardKeane I have the list of cookies and their owners from smh.com.au right here, and plan to write it up later today.

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Foreign-owned companies are tracking my every move! Make it stop!

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My phone’s battery seems to be running out and it’s beeping at me! Make it stop!

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RT @deptofinternets: I just visited smh.com.au and it installed spy devices on my computer! Help me, @ashermoses! Pass it on…

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RT @TSElibot: Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go. [Well that’s what I told the barman!]

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Sorry @BernardKeane you’re quite right, I must always refer to them as “spy devices”. It’s all very Bond.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je suis trop excité pour se rappeler où les gâteaux allé.

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Mon plan: Complete “Patch Monday” podcast; writing? waiting to hear; remainder TBA, as everything is in flux.

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So Fairfax’s website cookie beat-up is their poster story of the day? http://twitpic.com/34v4wx HT @jplonie

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je suis ravie! Les étrangers seront secrètement insertion gâteaux dans mon expérience personnelle. Et vous?

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Me from last night: “Senate to re-open Bloggers versus Journalists” http://arseh.at/1kc Ping @jayrosen_nyu

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Yeah @michaelmeloni @jdub exactly! Send in @bengrubb! That’ll be a mauling she’ll never forget!

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Oh well, I’ve got a clean browser with a list of all Fairfax’s cookies now. Sorry, “tracking devices”. Real pot-kettle territory, folks.

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Politicians’ cookies expiring 2020 are MOAR BADDER than cookies from Fairfax and their advertisers / analytics folks expiring 2015. Idiots.

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HT to @jdub for alerting me to that idiotic and completely hypocritical Fairfax cookie beatup.

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Hilarious! Fairfax’s Nicky Phillips’ “EXCLUSIVE” complains that websites use cookies JUST LIKE FAIRFAX DOES! http://arseh.at/1kn

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