Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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January 31st, 2011

RT me: New “Patch Monday” podcast: “Microsoft-Google-Apple 3-way cage fight” http://arseh.at/3t0

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@carolduncan I just searched for black pudding festivals, I knew there had to be one somewhere.

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“Yahweh, Mammon & Haye@rod_bensonnson? That’s a bit naughty… But nicely played.

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RT @HLMenckenBot: Christian - One who is willing to serve three Gods, but draws the line at one wife.

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Isn’t a “wilkins” some sort of Edwardian-era prophylactic device? Made from knitted strips of sheepskin?

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RT @JesusBot9000: @stilgherrian Me love you longtime, Stil. [Great. The Son of God is some sort of street hooker.]

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Well that’s made me some fans.

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“Cloud Busting … an Educational method for atmospheric self-regulation using the original teachings of Wilhelm Reich Orgone energy.”

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Panacea University. It’s in Queensland. They have courses in cloud-busting and stuff. http://arseh.at/3t8

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@wjpepperell Ah no this is a different issue. When Next G roams to 3 it doesn’t flag as a roam. The trick its to limit the phone to 850MHz.

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Glorious photos of England’s Maunsell sea forts of WWII. http://arseh.at/3t6 Background at http://arseh.at/3t7

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@alexkidman I have no idea what you are talking about.

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Why the fuck can’t I buy Mekhong anywhere in Sydney? ช้างตายห่า!

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@SnarkyPlatypus There’s no time to build a Tesla coil. Fun though they are.

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@neilsgardiner Hmmm… I had hoped to continue getting some work done before “later this year”.

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@timjkeegan Your suggestion kinda removes the whole point of not necessarily working at home or “work”.

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@deptofinternets Alas “Settings > Wireless & Networks > Mobile Networks > Network Operators” seems to be locked out. No way to change.

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@bondles9 Well, I only SUSPECT that’s what happens. Sometimes, in specific locations, the data network quality goes down the sewer.

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@lukehopewell Yeah 3 uses Next G outside their primary coverage areas, but the roaming works both ways if reception goes to shite.

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Erm yes @BeauGiles but my question was more WHERE is that setting to switch to 850MHz only.

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Here in Australia, @lukehopewell. I think in certain locations, with canyoning etc, I sometimes roam from @Telstra Next G to 3. Hard to say.

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How do I stop a @Telstra HTC Desire roaming to the 3 network and enduring their godawful data network?

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Wow! @wolfcat and @carolduncan have the same avatar!

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This heat must be making me delirious. For a moment there I thought that hipster had a halfway-adequate RI.

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There’s a Black Pudding Fair in Normandy each March, @carolduncan @SnarkyPlatypus

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I don’t trust @superwuster’s moustache, no matter how clever and famous he is. http://arseh.at/3t4

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@jdub I can think of several answers to satisfy that second question…

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“The point wasn’t that [Neil] Mitchell demonstrated he was profoundly, sublimely ignorant and a patronising goose…” http://arseh.at/3t3

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@carolduncan @SnarkyPlatypus Or, does Newcastle need an annual Black Pudding Day? A fry-up in Hunter Street! Ping @unsungsongs

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@carolduncan @SnarkyPlatypus So shall we organise a lamb’s fry and black pudding breakfast some time?

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Lovely. San Francisco flights and hotels sorted for RSA Conference.

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I mis-typed “antlers”. How is that even possible?

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@jasonlangenauer Youre right, I probably shouldn’t Google “bag of pigeons”.

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I had to look up “bag full of anthers”, @mtats, and now I’m not sure that I wanted to know.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Luggage doesn’t come in blonde, no, but it did come in bright pink. We is the same thing, conceptually speaking.

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For various reasons, I had to resist “Antler: The Future of Luggage”. Despite the antlers.

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Strandbags has the Skyway Lexington series of luggage going cheap at the moment. 15 year warranty. Seems adequate.

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I have luggage. Which is different from saying I have baggage. I’m not sure why.

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Politely answering a question, the answer to which was given in clear detail in the original document. That’s because I’m tolerant.

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Mobile: Daily Tonka, more or less, with a few variations.

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@NickHodgeMSFT Erm, don’t annoy the nice @abcmarkscott, I’ve already worked for the ABC and I think they’ve suffered enough.

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New “Patch Monday” podcast: “Microsoft-Google-Apple 3-way cage fight” http://arseh.at/3t0

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@garystark Yes, freeremovalcartons.com.au is the subsidiary of Citymove. I’m across all this.

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Gosh cartons are expensive. I thought someone dismantled that cartel?

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Removalists booked for 0730 Thursday. As with my last move 5+ years ago, I am using Citymove. http://arseh.at/3sy

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@juhasaarinen No, the word missing from the headline starts with a “c”…

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New blog post: “Mix 106.5, fuck off your sky spam!” A slight rant. http://arseh.at/3sw

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I agree with @sylmobile, we should ridicule the purveyors of this sky spam. http://twitpic.com/3uyqtc

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That piece by @jjn1 explains succinctly how TV execs’ arrogance leads them to these decisions. http://arseh.at/3sq Same for newspapers.

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At the BBC, the past has won, says @jjn1. Goodbye Wibbly Wobbly Web. http://arseh.at/3sq

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Mon plan: Finalise schedule for moving house; buy suitcases; rearrange telephony, internet links, energy supplies etc; not melt.

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In 1995, part of my job was explaining what the internet was to corporate types. Of course, I had long hair then, and wore black.

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“Amazon’s ebook sales eclipse paperbacks for the first time” http://arseh.at/3so

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“What is Internet?” In 1994, Katie Couric and her NBC news colleagues had no idea. http://arseh.at/3sn

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“No one would have taken greater joy in the tea party phenomenon than Henry Mencken,” so enjoy the show. http://arseh.at/3sl

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Goodness. Bids are at more than $100 for my iPod Photo classic 4th-gen with 7 hours to go. http://arseh.at/3s9

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RT @HLMenckenBot: Only the savage, whether of the African bush or of the American gospel tent, pretends to know the will and intent of God.

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Monday. I see. Well you just watch yourself.

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