Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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March 2011

@tweettomnow Homoerotic undertones in Captcha WTF? Um…. dare I ask?

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@NineSortJam I haven’t seen any Captcha maths quizzes, no. Just really mangled text in weird languages.

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RT @bigjsl: Captcha is like an X-prize for text recognition & clearly it’s working. [Too true! I wonder how much life it has left.]

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@Suelibrarian That’s a remarkable piece for someone to pick to critique! Do let him know I’d live a copy.

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Ni, it’s not the drink, @skwashd, but yes @WealthForTeens they just seem to be getting far more obscure.

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Is it just me, or are Captcha images getting blurrier and blurrier?

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@skwashd Thanks. Yeah I dumped Facebook mid last yeah when it became obvious they didn’t give a shit about privacy.

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Linking up contacts in LinkedIn and realising what a vast number of people one works with over the years. A little scary.

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@Kristen_Boschma My pleasure. The briefing I got on LinkedIn was VERY useful. I can see myself getting some use out of the site now.

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@unixbigot I agree with both those observations. I just see that as normal for commercial media when they can’t verify the tech facts.

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@JuliusFlywheel To be honest I’m surprised that more folks don’t hand out infected USB sticks, not just IBM at AusCERT.

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@unixbigot Why do you think this report of the Samsung keylogger discovery sounds iffy? I’m not picking up anything yet. http://arseh.at/5ls

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New blog post: “Getting to grips with LinkedIn”, about my briefing session. http://arseh.at/5lq

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Good points, @dianehmartin @drueyjay, we do tend to assume that new hardware is clean from malware, and yet…

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RT @NewtonMark: RT @GrogsGamut: Brilliant RT @markatextor: Some pretty accurate analysis here http://twitpic.com/4f5vch [Hah!]

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“Keyloggers found on [brand new] Samsung laptops”, which is reassuring. Not. http://arseh.at/5lf

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Democracy needs online voting, says Eugene Kaspersky, as opposed to what I think. http://arseh.at/5ld

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“NBN Bill passed, now for the loopholes”” this week’s “Twisted Wire” podcast from @phildobbie. http://arseh.at/5lc

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In general, @Pardus1980, I’d say the issues are different for different people. I’m probably too tired now to make sense on the issue.

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RT @Pardus1980: So what’s your opinion on cloud computing for personal use? [Big question. It’s about choosing appropriate tools, I’d say.]

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That’s the “Patch Monday” podcast done, except for the news commentary bit at the end. Pleased.

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@waferbaby Hah! It’s a small world indeed, eh? /cc @lachlanhardy @grantshow

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The recording with @grantshow and @lachlanhardy went fine. Thank you, gentlemen. And now, to a little backing-up and editing.

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Oh hang on they’re there… here we go. Quiet please.

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It appears @grantshow has disappeared into the void for now… recording to be rescheduled. Vodka bottle back within reach.

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About to record a second “Patch Monday” segment with @grantshow and @lachlanhardy … as soon as everyone is in place.

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Dear @JetstarAirways, why would I ever fly with you if your message to fatigued pilots is “Toughen up, princesses”? http://arseh.at/5l2

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My poke at @SHarwood was about his entry in the Tour de Cure http://arseh.at/5l1 which you can sponsor at http://arseh.at/5l2

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In Spain, 1 in 5 aged under 30 is still looking for their first job. Youth unemployemnt sits at 43%. http://arseh.at/5kz

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Glancing out the window, I see three different species of bird I’ve not seen before. Well, two plus maybe a butcher bird at close range.

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“Conroy’s costly NBN mistake” by @simonhackett: pricing model excludes sub-250,000-customer ISPs. http://arseh.at/5ky

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@ssharwood I just got an email describing you as “veteran tech journo”. Veteran, eh? That must be just what you need… ;)

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@R_Chirgwin Indeed, I see ABC commenters reacting to the word “irreverent” in that bio line and playing the man and not the ball. Cunts.

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@jeamland I will be checking up on Jigsaw v Apple today, yes. The directions hearing was yesterday but nothing much was expected to happen.

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“The author strikes me as a bit of a technophobe,” says some lame-arsed ABC commenter. They really don’t look further than their nose.

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Oh. That’s why I feel cold. Estimated max for today is 13C. Maybe I should just grab that bottle of vodka and go back to bed.

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@expectproblems But yes, presumably if she were a celebrity already she’d already be being invited.

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@expectproblems Maybe I should pretend to be running some “exclusive event” desperate for a celebrity and find out who it is.

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Hah! “We want to know about your exclusive events in Sydney! Upcoming celebrity actress may consider attending.” http://arseh.at/5ko

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About to record the first phone interview for the “Patch Monday” podcast. Rearranging bandwidth to suit.

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@RobertHoge Not everything has the same requirements of secrecy and transparency. That’s the difference.

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Raptor Resource Project: live video of a bald eagle nest in Iowa. The eggs hatch any day now. http://arseh.at/5kh

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RT: Me at ABC Unleashed: “Electronic voting a threat to democracy” Not to be alarmist at all. http://arseh.at/5jj

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Thu plan: Record and (mostly) edit “Patch Monday” podcast; re-arrange fortnight’s after some changes; quiet evening.

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Fursday, with alarm fail. Botheration.

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Żubrówka FTW. That is all.

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@Nemykal You obviously haven’t read the paper itself then. :)

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@Cacotopos I disgree that their “elite users” are just marketing and blogs. Seems wider than that to me. “Elite” is poor word choice, tho.

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The most intriguing part of that paper for me is not the “elite users thing but that the numbers fit a 50yo theory of 2-step communication.

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“Who Says What to Whom on Twitter”: 50% of tweets consumed come from just 20,000 elite users. http://arseh.at/5jl

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Controversy over damming the Mekong. http://arseh.at/5jk Ping @ApostrophePong

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I also have cheese, salami, apples and a sense of righteous indignation. And limes.

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I am back at the cottage. Do not be alarmed: I have vodka.

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@cbkyeoh I disagree. Electronic voting or online voting have the same flaws: process is invisible inside computers. Just a matter of degree.

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I think I might finish my errands and head back to the cottage while the sun is out. I can then whinge about democracy at my leisure.

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@jplonie I thoroughly recommend the film “The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer” to dissuade you from that idea. ;)

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@neerav I’m still shuttling between Wentworth Falls and Sydney. At this stage there is no rush.

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@jplonie What do you mean by “more granular voting”? Are you suggesting a change to the structure of electorates or something?

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Wow. Plenty of interest in my online voting piece. I won’t be able to respond to all tweets but I do read them all.

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RT @paulwallbank: I think Online Voting is a classic example of a solution looking for a problem. [100% agreed.]

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RT @philipthiel: Man wants his sausage. [It’s true. My polling place on Saturday in Newtown had no sausages. I feel cheated.]

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You’re always a help, @BernardKeane. Said as one online tool to another.

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@elronxenu @michaelneale The Grand View has a blind spot on one side, definitely not zombie-proof. This is not the place to hole up.

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@neerav Your iTnews piece was the story-break, you get the credit. :)

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I agree, though @adm_76, blind voters are amongst the trickiest to provide for. Personally I have no answer apart from some online tool.

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@adm_76 Are braille voting papers not available? I had been told they were. I may be wrong.

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Me at ABC Unleashed: “Electronic voting a threat to democracy” Not to be alarmist at all. http://arseh.at/5jj

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@SmurfingBeer There’s no power outlet in the beer garden, that’s the main problem there. Not wet today, but I’d rather be inside anyway.

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I’ve no idea how the other networks fare in here, @michaelneale, as I don’t have any other networks. But yes, solid building, plus a hill.

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Becoming seriously annoyed with the poor Next G data reception inside The Grand View Hotel, Wentworth Falls. Again. Work is difficult.

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Mobile: Dirt track then Railway Pde to Wentworth Falls; shops; maybe a quick ale; return journey methodology depends on the weather.

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@Mrgareth Looking at the radar, the storm has already passed over here. We had the thunder a little while ago now.

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@Mrgareth Don’t be too jealous. My walk is to Wentworth Falls the town, for errands, not to the actual waterfalls themselves.

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Oh. Quite solid rain is beginning. I had planned my walk to Wentworth Falls around now. That shall be delayed.

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Proponents of an R18+ games won’t like Barbara Biggins writing off their views as propaganda, rants. http://arseh.at/5j9

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Clearly I should tweet about personal hygiene more often, it seems to be a matter of some interest.

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@sylmobile There is indeed an German bakery in Wentworth Falls. While I haven’t sampled the pretzels, it does seem popular.

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RT @purserj: You’re not feeling the urge to write 100,000 word treatise on the horrors of modern technology are you? [I might be…]

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@darrenpauli Oh now look, what’s wrong with Woy Woy? It’s the epicentre of modern culture!

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I’m starting to understand how guys who live in remote mountain shacks can go for days without washing.

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@grantshow Quite possibly like you, yes. I will email you some notes now to see if there’s a good fit. Stand by.

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“Wind turbine sickness prevented by money drug”, says Simon Chapman. Ah, the dollar as placebo! http://arseh.at/5j5

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RT me: Wanted for “Patch Monday” recording tomorrow: Cheaper/easier SME web presence using bigger pieces of new online services. Any takers?

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New blog post, with audio: “Talking Hacking 101 on ABC Radio Darwin 105.7” http://arseh.at/5iw

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Wanted for “Patch Monday” recording tomorrow: Cheaper/easier SME web presence using the bigger pieces of new online services. Any takers?

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@404ed Thank you. I actually enjoy trying to explain technical stuff in non-technical ways. Makes a change from talking geekery to geeks.

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On hold for ABC Radio Darwin 105.7 to talk “Hacking 101”. We’re early. Audio stream at http://arseh.at/5il Stand by.

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@orionvmjoseph Goodness. Carl Sagan’s “Cosmos”? That takes me back! I don’t think I could keep a straight face now, knowing he was stoned.

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Wed plan: All the things I didn’t do yesterday ‘cos I ended up writing stuff instead. http://arseh.at/5im

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I’m on ABC Radio Darwin 105.7 talking “Hacking 101” at 1100 AEDT / 0930 ACST, audio stream at http://arseh.at/5il

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@paulwallbank I was told once before that no CityRail trains have power outlets for public use. Only locked-down ones for cleaners.

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The Microsoft School of PHP? A few years ago that would’ve been an oxymoron, or something. http://arseh.at/5ht

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RT @novede: The 2011 Australian Startup List, is your tech or web company on it? http://novede.net/AuStar… http://fb.me/y69N3odK

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ABC story filed. I know that wasn’t on my plan today, but I was inspired by our conversation about online voting.

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Ta for those suggestions. The anti-Islamic fake posters in Lindsay and the robocalls claiming Greens drugs stuff win for me.

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Oh, I kinda meant unethical in terms of the process of campaigning, rather than the political issues being raised. But good points.

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In recent Australian election campaigning, what do you reckon have been the most disgusting examples of unethical behaviour?

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@GraemeLane I’ve been reading that ACT EC material on e-voting. I still think it misses key points. I’m writing about this, actually.

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@moldor Audio files can cause millions of dollars to disappear, you know! All bank workers should have their ears plugged with beeswax.

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So, it’s 1230 and nothing of the day’s plan has been accomplished yet. That’s nice.

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@viveka Thanks, I must admit I’m happy with how “Patch Monday” has been evolving. I’d actually like to do more podcasts too.

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@GraemeLane Hmmm… If there’s nothing left to scrutinise then I reckon the ACT’s e-voting is a threat to democracy. My genuine belief.

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@moldor I can’t get my brain around that, I thought, and then I realised that’s the point. Ordinary voters can’t inspect the system.

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It’s worth remembering that the secret vote is an Australian invention, was even called “the Australian vote”. http://arseh.at/5h0

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@moldor @viveka @NewtonMark How do you then decouple the vote from the voter? Must be an audit trail, but no way to tell who voted what.

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@viveka You may be thinking of the interview just linked to. Digital ID expert straight-up says pencil and paper is the only working system.

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There’s a little on online voting in “Patch Monday” from last year, starts 10’15” in. http://arseh.at/5gz @moldor @NewtonMark @viveka

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@moldor Absolutely, and where that trust boundary sits is the key. Personally, I think the risks of online voting outweigh the benefits.

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@moldor Yes, I suppose that if the numbers are on a screen then they must be true and correct… If they’re on a screen.

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On printing votes to count, @moldor, how otherwise may scrutineers witness the count? Issues are more subtle than “online is cool”.

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NSW election trialled online voting, 5x more popular than expected. Votes printed to be counted! http://arseh.at/5gw

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@mastersofdavid Maybe I need to get bottles of pernod and absinthe and have a Baudrillard weekend. /cc @piawaugh

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@mastersofdavid It was “many hours on postmodernism I’ll never get back” I was hoping to avoid. ;) @piawaugh Ta for Wikipedia laziness.

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@piawaugh I’ll have to find a condensed guide to those French chaps, though. I’m getting really bad at reading whole books.

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@piawaugh Foucault? I’m getting too old to read French philosophers. You need to be young and vulnerable to accept that stuff. ;)

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RT @firstdogonmoon: I think it is about time I was appointed to the Reserve Bank of Australia Board. [Agreed. It’s so unrepresentative.]

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@piawaugh I have sent it to your APH address now too, I figure this is important enough for the Chinese to see. ;) [Ouch.]

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I knopw there were no goats in that email, @NickHodgeMSFT. I slept in this morning,

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@piawaugh @NickHodgeMSFT I have just emailed you two with A Disturbing Idea. It happens some mornings. I can’t help it.

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Tue plan, belated: Map out client’s project; longer-term plans for “Patch Monday” podcast; errands Wentworth Falls; more travel plans.

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No @R_Chirgwin no-one suggested chewing the fat. CHewing sticks sounds good though, @stufromoz, strengthens the teeth.

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A meal deal, @coreyloehr? Apparently I have missed out on this event. I shall have to whine in a self-indulgent manner…

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Suggested are cud, scenery and bacca. Sadly, none of those appeal. But thanks @jonoabroad @WarWraith @wendyldavis

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Chewsday. What shall I chew?

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Fading into obscurity.

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@Xavier_Ho The magic can be understood through the gentle art of scrolling.

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@Xavier_Ho Yes, the paid version. And it appears to by the most expensive paid option. Mind you, this magic is easily explained.

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My LinkedIn account seem to have magically become a top-end “Pro” account. If only my Telstra data roaming charges were that magical.

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@Asher_Wolf Dishwashers do work for many keyboards… or so I’m told. I haven’t tried that trick myself.

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@Drag0nista My pleasure. It’s a good question. Mind you, my lack of writing for pleasure could just be general life stresses recent years.

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@Drag0nista Possibly that’s simply there’s only so many hours. Do carpenters do woodwork as a hobby? @annabelcrabb @JohnBirmingham

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@Drag0nista I do know that the more I write / produce to deadline / “work” the less I write for pleasure. @annabelcrabb @JohnBirmingham

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@Asher_Wolf My pleasure. I just saw it was milk. That may cause problems. Rinse with distilled water, maybe, but that’s a guess.

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@Drag0nista Interested in and much enjoyed writing, absolutely yes. LOVE is a word I tend not to toss around. @annabelcrabb @JohnBirmingham

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@Asher_Wolf @SMinney Wet gear: Battery out / power off immediately, dismantle, put in sealed container with silica gel or rice for 3+ days.

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@Drag0nista @stilgherrian @annabelcrabb @JohnBirmingham I find that writing to deadline brings its own adrenalin pleasure, but love…?

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Pondering how much effort I can be bothered putting into dinner. Cheers, sardines and apples is actually sounding appealing.

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@mpesce I think these women moved to the mountains before we had the word “lesbian”.

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@mpesce The Blue Mountains also has the rural friendliness I remember from Tasmania. But less inbreeding, more matronly treechangers.

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@mpesce It’s not too bad today, 20C max, 12C min. By the weekend mins will be 7C and 8C. Seems to range from 4C to 8C cooler than Sydney.

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@jplonie I am being assimilated into the eucalypt scrubland. Everybody is so… friendly. Like in Royston Vasey.

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I have arrived, once more, at Tea Tree Cottage, one of the Bunjaree Cottages. http://arseh.at/3z9

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TripIt doesn’t “recognise” Wentworth Falls. I’ll have to put myself in as Katoomba. Which is not the same thing. Grrr.

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Mind you, @coljac, I have seen some web hosting environments email the private key on set-up too. They’re bigger idiots.

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RT @coljac: Won’t copying an SSL cert be useless without the private key used to generate the cert signing request? [True. I am an idiot.]

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Government and NBN Co have rather different ideas about the network, says @paulbudde http://arseh.at/5fm

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The RI isn’t too bad at Penrith station today, at least as determined by glancing out of the train window en passant.

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@franksting There is a wait until the postal votes come in, and also an opportunity for disputes to be sorted out.

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Ah here we go @hollingsworth: “How Journalists Use LinkedIn” http://arseh.at/5fl and then I was shown how to work each tool.

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@hollingsworth Part of @shivakum’s session was based on a LinkedIn gjuide for Journalists which was not this one http://arseh.at/5fk

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@hollingsworth Oddly enough @michaelfieldcom was one of the examples of good LinkedIn usage mentioned by @shivakum. Small world.

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Me at Crikey: “Iranian hackers prove internet security is rubbish” http://arseh.at/5fj [Paywall’d, free trial available]

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Mobile again: Bus down Parramatta Rd to Camperdown accommodation; collect suitcase; bus back to Central station; train to Wentworth Falls.

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There’s actually quite a bit of point to LinkedIn, @jmacmullin @domknight @adm_76, and yes I’ll write something later, and as I explore.

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@juhasaarinen I wasn’t sure of your question. :) But I suspect that if I was starting from scratch now I’d just use Wordpress.com.

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@juhasaarinen I’m kinda old-fashioned and prefer to run WordPress on my own infrastructure. The site itself does gather some attention, yes.

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I’ll write a blog post about today’s LinkedIn session either this evening or tomorrow, @waltonkate, there’s some stuff worth mentioning yes.

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@Stacey0 I would be ever creepier if I now went to 5 York St and started tweeting from your foyer. Or your stationery cupboard.

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I’ve just had an excellent 90-minute introduction to using LinkedIn thanks to @shivakum at Edelman. Very helpful, thank you, Sir!

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I am at 1 York St, Sydney, where a presumably-nice chap is going to explain some uses for LinkedIn. This resulted from http://arseh.at/575

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Trying to understand some people’s taste in men, failing.

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Mobile: Missenden Rd; King St; Enmore Rd; King St; then somehow to a 1200 meeting at 1 York St, Sydney. Errands, I am doing them.

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@jasonlangenauer What to do in Singapore for a couple days? Catch the train to Bangkok?

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@nambor Indeed, a long way to go. Now, do I want to make 6 April a Sydney day, that’s the question. Ah, planning…

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@nambor Ted Nelson is a strange man. His “Computer Lib / Dream Machines” was a huge influence on me though. I still have my copy.

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New “Patch Monday” podcast: “Trends for a broadband-enabled future” with @bhowarth http://arseh.at/5f7

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Ted Nelson (hypertext, Xanadu) guest lectures Sydney http://arseh.at/5f4 Melbourne http://arseh.at/5f5 Brisbane http://arseh.at/5f6

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Crikey story filed. I thought I’d filed that story on Friday but, you know, email is such rubbish technology.

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“Patch Monday” podcast filed. Seems odd filing it now, ‘cos lately I’ve been doing it Sunday night.

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Mon plan: Complete “Patch Monday” podcast; file for Crikey; Enmore & Newtown errands; 1200 Sydney CBD meeting; return to Wentworth Falls.

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@SammiMarks I dare not ask what went wrong… good luck with those deadlines.

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Hello Monday, you wriggly little thing you. I know we’re starting early, but it’s all going according to plan. Apparently.

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The interview is recorded and backed up. I think I might as well start editing it now, since there’s rain and stuff.

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Recording an interview with @bhowarth for the “Patch Monday” podcast. This should be fun.

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@NewtonMark Ouch! That sounds rather painful. But a good thing it happened in the ground, no?

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@NewtonMark A lucky you then. Well, not that lucky, since it was broken, but… Curious as to how that sort of thing happens. Random?

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@NewtonMark A lucky you then. Well, not that lucky, since it was broken, but… Curious as to how that sort of thing happens. Random?

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@NewtonMark Did you manage to fix your aeroplane yesterday? Or was it not your aeroplane?

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Sun plan: 1100 record interview for “Patch Monday” podcast; rest; edit “Patch Monday” podcast; more rest. So there you go.

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Whatever it is, it’s not my fault.

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I emerge into a rainy Sunday.

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Back at base, and surviving the evening. It’s a miracle.

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@p_perez Mind you it’s probably on ABC News 24 too, but I haven’t checked.

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@p_perez You can watch the ABC coverage at abc.net.au/news … that should not be geotarded.

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@domknight @GreenJ “Tents” is meant to be “tweets” but you know what telephones are like.

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@domknight @GreenJ But will a politician’s tents change votes? Surely preaching to the choir?

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@GreenJ I wasn’t aware of any significant use of social media in this election, apart from random predictable snark. But I may be wrong.

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Hello @jpoh @Tripod you lot will keep. ;)

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RT @alexkidman Just think of what it’d look like if you went by the sole name of “Phenomen”.. [Groan indeed.]

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RT @domknight Better than Stilgherrian, void. BTW did you see that mononomial Japanese pollie, Renho? [True, and no ta.]

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I’m on the electoral roll as “STILGHERRIAN, null”. Not sure that they’re meant to editorialise like that.

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Mobile: Deposit washing at laundry; Australia St, Newtown to commit democracy; kill a little time until 1815 pre-dinner drinks, then dinner.

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@bhowarth Oh, and now it’s decided it IS working. Twitter never ceases to astound me. ;)

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@bhowarth It appears that Twitter has decided you’re not following me now. It is a silly thing.

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@jasonlangenauer May you have a safe and pleasant flight, Sir, and Good Fortune in the UK.

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