Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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December 19th, 2010

And that’s dinner done and the panel discussion edited. Time for an early one before a busy morning tomorrow. Well, soon anyway.

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Indeed, @kcarruthers, the men in “Patch Monday” are @jdub @paulwallbank @liubinskas and it should all work out fine. Posted tomorrow.

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@kcarruthers It’s quite OK, I made do with men. /cc @jonoabroad

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“Patch Monday” main discussion recorded. And I think it went reasonably well. Now to back up the files, then to figure out dinner.

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About to start recording for the “Patch Monday” podcast. As soon as @paulwallbank’s technology behaves itself.

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Hail in Yass, @jdub? Well, a rainfront just this moment hit Enmore too. We should be fine. I’m a big fan of ambient sound.

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It’s amazing how many uses one can find for dental floss when the need arises.

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One hour until we record the “Patch Monday” panel. I suppose a glass or two of wine would be appropriate.

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@SnarkyPlatypus I worked out how to cope with the giant mutant seagulls. I know this cocktail bar.

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@SnarkyPlatypus It’s not only a noble seagull, it’s about twice the mass of ours.

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New blog post: “Weekly Wrap 28”. A slow week, but there’s a photo of a seagull. http://arseh.at/2ta

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Got a fighter jet handy? Go sledding! http://youtu.be/85FxLsHU…

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Mobile: Somewhere nearby for lunch; Enmore Rd errands; back home to potter through the afternoon.

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If you haven’t been watching the ABC drama “Rake” then you’re a burden to society. It’s on iView starting at http://arseh.at/1bc

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@SnarkyPlatypus Ces lapins sont très étrange. Je ne suis pas sûr d’utiliser des herbes.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je suis bien sortir des lapins de chapeaux. Il s’agit d’un grand chapeau. Et ils sont fringants lapins. Et vous?

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@jodiem I know. Kate would have been perfect, especially since I wanted to avoid the panel being a sausage-fest.

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@jodiem Alas we’re recording in 7 hours. She’s asleep now, and I’d need to confirm well before then.

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Oh I should have said, @jodiem, yes: I need @kcarruthers’ skill at conversing across the gamut of Big Picture IT issues and society.

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Hmmm. I need someone like @kcarruthers who isn’t @kcarruthers ‘cos @kcarruthers is doing things in Europe today.

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@jasonlangenauer My guess is The Great Shit Peak of 1725 is an artefact of what Google Books has digitised so far.

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How industrial age publishing denied how people really speak: Carlin’s 7 Words from 1650. http://arseh.at/2t3 HT @jdub

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RT @ExtraHermit: Prioritise/Discard/Appreciate. Habits/People/Possessions. [Agreed. Since I have to move house soon, the time is perfect.]

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Bother. Patch Monday podcast from Dreamforce on “Service goes social” STILL isn’t in iTunes / RSS but it’s at http://arseh.at/2ot

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@jdub You have a DM about that thing today. I thought I’d better tell you since you don’t notice DMs.

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@GeordieGuy @seanpryor Well, yes, the photo could be of any memorable body part. The face isn’t essential, then.

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I know. My life is truly screwed up. But what can you do?

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I do wish people would put photos on their LinkedIn profiles. I’d remember a face, names less so. Who the fuck ARE you people?

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Dear Apollo, please stop licking the dribbly bits from the top of the seasoning sauce bottle.

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@Chesty48 I don’t think I’d ever use such stilted language as “use case”. It represents the ugliness of so much corporate management jargon.

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Sun plan, no particular order: Explore LinkedIn; relaxed writing and research; shopping; 1800 “Patch Monday” panel recording, then editing.

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Agreed that LinkedIn has clear uses, @davekerridge. For a media worker like me, being able to find experts quickly is an obvious one.

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Irritating LinkedIn interface #2: If you use the link to adjust Twitter settings before sending a status update: it loses what you typed.

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Irritating LinkedIn interface #1: JavaScript pop-up to send email to inviter, send, takes you to inbox rather than leave you in invite list.

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I think I’ll start exploring LinkedIn properly. Some people seem to get some value out of it. Or so they say.

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What’s the hurry? It’s Sunday. And there’s nothing you can do about it. Except that difficult thing. And you wouldn’t want to do that.

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