Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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March 11th, 2011

There is no cheese. Only vodka and limes.

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RT me: Why not celebrate Rupert Murdoch’s 80th by watching Adam Curtis’ “Portrait of a Satan”? http://arseh.at/4uy

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@kcarruthers Aren’t women too sensible to be caught up in that arsehattery? / @SnarkyPlatypus

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@Wyane We are on the same page, Sir. Thank you.

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@antoniodini O hai! I hope we’ll be catching up in Redmond in May?

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While looking at my old links I have found my piece described as “the most unworthy article Crikey has ever published”. http://arseh.at/4v9

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@leslienassar Please stop. You’re scaring me. Because I know you speak the truth.

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How the fuck did I end up on Jodee Rich’s mailing list? It just gets MOAR BETTEROR!

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Me from 2009: “Twitter: enabling the new global rubberneckers” http://arseh.at/4v7

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In all honesty I should credit my previous tweet to @leslienassar, who used much the same line during the Victorian bushfires.

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Can we please stop tweeting the minute-by-minute death toll in Japan? It’s people dying FFS, not a fucking cricket score.

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Twitter is now suggesting that I should follow @jasonlangenauer. Well it can fuck right off.

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@SnarkyPlatypus So the full set of Cyber-Utopian Spice Girls are Clay Shirky, Malcolm Gladwell… and who else?

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@SnarkyPlatypus But you HAVE to take Clay Shirky seriously. He has a Book. And a Catchphrase to go with it.

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“An Accelerated Grimace: On Cyber-Utopianism”, with much deflating of wankery. http://arseh.at/4v5

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Not all leaks of diplomatic cables are A Good Thing. Consider Tyler Kent of 1940, interviewed in 1982. http://arseh.at/4v4

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Thanks @R_Chirgwin. If Apollo does show up now, it might be when new tenants move into the Enmore house. I’ll make contact there.

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Thank you @retrogrrl @benrhughes. It’s been nearly five weeks now, though, and Apollo’s collar is tagged with my phone number.

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Thank you @deconstructo @NereadersDigest @jonoabroad @oberonsghost much appreciated. But the daft cat made his choices.

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This thunderstorm in the mountain scrubland is rather special. I could never hear them so well in the sealed-up Enmore house.

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New blog post: “Goodbye, Apollo” http://arseh.at/4v2

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Googler it is, @anthonybaxter, since it’s about you.

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Is there a generally-accepted witty but mostly non-derogatory term for people who work at Google?

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@404ed Well, Wentworth Falls is temporary, but yes cabin fever is possible given that I’m isolated in the scrub.

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@RatbagsDotCom Yes, the radar shows a distinctly heavy storm about to hit. I think I’d better get my washing in now.

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@404ed Well, yes, I am based at Wentworth Falls now for a couple months, so Sydney becomes an Excursion. Though I’ll get cabin fever here.

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Pondering which days I need / want to be in Sydney over the next couple of weeks.

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@natecochrane Hah! My pleasure. But please don’t start me on the NBN and wireless, I only have the one litre of vodka with me.

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Me at CRN Australia: “Two chefs, Next G and the ‘wireless’ confusion” http://arseh.at/4v0

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And that’s all the core interviews for the “Patch Monday” podcast recorded and edited. Not a bad day’s work, plus…

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May I suggest you spend an hour tonight celebrating Rupert Murdoch’s 80th by watching Adam Curtis’ “Portrait of a Satan” http://arseh.at/4uy

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I think the last three paragraphs of that story are perhaps the best. And so true. http://arseh.at/4ux

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“Thai Patriots Network Demands Japanese Surrender Soi Thaniya” http://arseh.at/4ux HT @ApostrophePong

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@oberonsghost I had to look up who Chrissie Tintner was. That’s very much a no. :)

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Recording stuff for the “Patch Monday” podcast, then editing it, then recording more stuff. Such is the afternoon.

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@ZaraBaxter I use lastminute.com.au and scan the list. I was just curious. I’ll be staying in the Blue Mountains this weekend I think.

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Not that I was coming down tomorrow, but I was just checking out the situation. Standard, @ZaraBaxter? Do I have to PLAN now?

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Gawd what’s happening in Sydney on Saturday night? The hotels are booked solid.

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I think I have a surfeit of copyright lawyers now, thanks @JaqSmith @elronxenu … if that’s the right collective term.

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@kim_weatherall Ta for the suggestion. I’m getting quite a few possibilities now! :)

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@AequoEtBono Ta, I have DMd you a couple points, so do let me know if this fits your world.

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@JaqSmith Ta, though from memory Copyright Agency Ltd won’t comment in the media on specific cases. I may be wrong on that though.

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Trying to remember the name of a woman I met who was a copyright consultant. I need a copyright expert later today.

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My thing at Crikey the other day: “Apple: saving old media, or just making them its bitch?” http://arseh.at/4ui [Paywall’d, free trial]

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My thing at the ABC the other day: “Digital fingerprints the next privacy invasion?” http://arseh.at/4uh

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Fri plan, unordered: Plan / record “Patch Monday” podcast; plan next week after three feverish days of little productivity; remainder TBA.

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