Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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December 17th, 2010

I’m on a train, but not for long.

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I missed the whole voddee thing. I have no idea what it means. But actually, don’t tell me. I prefer the mystery.

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OH: “I just bought a seven kilo turkey for Christmas. It was like a fuckin’ emu! It had legs like a rugby player.”

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I just voted in Crikey’s Annual Arsehat Awards. You can too. http://arseh.at/2sd

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I have been imagining that all day. I didn’t realise that’s what you wanted.

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@jayrosen_nyu Doesn’t the whole “optimising a site for a device” like the iPad indicate a failure of the web?

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@queerpenguinSX @CastleJames Of course all this plays into the plan. Attention to Bolt is eyeball measures, no matter what. I feel sick.

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@paris_david Don’t be jealous. You have a salary. You know how you’re paying the bills this week, and next, and over the “holiday season”.

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You’d be surprised, actually. It’d be a different choice.

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@paris_david There are distinct advantages to being a freelancer, even if the poverty line isn’t amongst them.

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I should stress, Bolt isn’t about that lame old Left vs Right thing, or political views. We can agree to disagree. It’s about being a cunt.

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I think it’s a most appropriate message for Ramadan, @itamer, don’t you? Mind you, my knowledge of Islam is patchy.

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Thank you @JohnBirmingham for today’s piece about that cunt Andrew Bolt. http://arseh.at/2s8

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“And that is not an appropriate message for a child. At least not at Christmas time.” http://arseh.at/2s7 HT @dizzystuff

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Suddenly realisation: Heading to Darling Harbour a week before Christmas. There shall be stabbiness in abundance.

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@ApostrophePong Don’t pick on Thai TV. Australian morning shows still do “What’s in the papers” too.

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OH, mother to her 3 children, while eating spaghetti: “How about ‘Kitten Murder Society’?”

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Mobile: Enmore Rd errands; Newtown station; Town Hall station; walk to Darling Harbour; 1230 Watterson PR lunch, South Steyne Ferry.

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Fretting about recovering your Delicious bookmarks? This is the export tool. http://arseh.at/2s4

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I have to move house [sigh] some time early in 2011, and I’m determined to trim down the contents. Severely.

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Actually @SnarkyPlatypus I have lots of things to shred, but my shredder is showing signs of giving up the ghost. Shredding is good fun.

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Over the “holiday season” I am seriously going to enjoy trashing about half the crap in my office. So. Much. Accumulated. Useless. Shit.

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RT @jasonlangenauer: Of course. Didn’t you notice recently how child abuse ceased to exist because folks changed their Facebook pictures?

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So Yahoo! is sacking 600 staff, and folks think they’ll “save” a free, presumably non-profitable service with… a petition? “RT to sign”?

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Sending an email which asks the client, “What does the error message say?” It’s the first time anyone’s ever sent such an email.

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Fri plan: Client webby work; plan “Patch Monday”; errands; Watterson lunch Darling Harbour; end-of-week wrap work; “Media Drinks”, perhaps.

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@facibus I think your image of how other people use the internet is biased towards your own experience and usage patterns.

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@facibus From memory the latest ACMA/ABS stats say 14% of Australian households have no landline POTS. Number has been steadily growing.

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@natecochrane I imagine there’s quite a few people who’d want to punch David Kirk. Maybe we should start compiling a list.

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Bruce Schneier on security in 2020: key themes consumerisation and decentralisation. http://arseh.at/2s0

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Former Fairfax CEO David Kirk has just invested $5 million in Viocorp through his Bailador fund. Curious.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Un autre mot est “réveilleur”, il me dit.

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@SnarkyPlatypus «Strepara» est le nom scientifique de «currawong», apparent. Les Googles savoir comment traduire d’une façon, mais pas…

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je désespère de la race humaine. Je pense que les strepara ont vu juste. Et vous?

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Apparently my usage of “the” BART marked be an an outsider in San Francisco. Is that right? http://arseh.at/2ry

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How video game makers design characters: a chart http://arseh.at/2rx Ping @expectproblems

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Told you so. And now it’s Friday.

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