Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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March 12th, 2011

“Spotted at Bathers restaurant, Craig McLaughlin!” “Serving or dining?”

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Mind you, since I was a child I’d figured that Aero was a rip-off ‘cos it’s mostly air rather than chocolate. What a scam!

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If you click on the Aero ad, you get their Facebook page where punters are complaining their new Australian facility processes nuts.

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“If you are seriously trying to pretend you don’t know who the Illuminati are, I’ll have to presume you are a member of the Illuminati.”

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That FIXPlay’s ad-serving technology seems to be rooted must be a bonus for their paying advertisers.

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Greens will easily win Marrickville, says @AntonyGreenABC, but maybe not Balmain. http://arseh.at/4vt

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“Home” and dry.

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Then again, there now seems to be a break in the rain. I shall trust in my Special Expensive American Umbrella.

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Ah, this thunderstorm contains significantly more rain than I was expecting. Walking back now would be ill-advised.

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Mobile: Wandering into Wentworth Falls between rain showers, a little shopping (for onions, mostly), and then back to the cottage.

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Mind you, nothing beats “Justin Bieber Found To Be Cleverly Disguised 51-Year-Old Pedophile” http://youtu.be/Rc3jMoFJ…

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Oldie but goodie: @TheOnion’s “Breaking News: Some Bullshit Happening Somewhere” http://youtu.be/9U4Ha9HQ… HT @PM2UE via @unsungsongs

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“Charlie Sheen v Muammar Gaddafi: whose line is it anyway?”, a somewhat difficult quiz. http://arseh.at/4m4 HT @FarrellPF

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@R_Chirgwin There’s 80V in the battery bank. Solar power is winning today.

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RT me: Wanna learn how to do internet TV? Near Newcastle? Check this 1-day workshop on 26 March. http://arseh.at/4mt

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@dananimal Twitter has often seemed to see itself as a media outlet rather than a message switching service. Focus on celebrities etc.

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: Snorting lots of cocaine will also produce a fragmented user experience. [Good thinking. Please arrange.]

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I have just gone to the Twitter website and changed the fonts in my browser, creating a “fragmented user experience”. It is the End Times!

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I think that @rsarver using the term “consumer Twitter clients” reveals how Twitter users are viewed. “Consumers” of a media product.

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@rsarver How I choose to display MY content, my conversations with friends and colleagues, is surely my business, not yours.

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@rsarver Sorry, explain to me why I’d want my “experience” of Twitter to be the same as everyone else’s? Needs differ! http://arseh.at/4vn

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Reminding myself how useful the Twitter archiving tool Twitterscribe @tscribe is. Thank you again, @joshsharp.

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@sammarks Possibly you’re putting more analysis into my random thought bubble than it warrants.

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True @john_larkin @kristinmoore2 the same applies to corporate executives and anyone who’s ever been on TV. Wait. I’ve been on TV. Bonus!

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To external observers the author sounds a wanker, sure @seanpryor, but those at the conference just tweet the soundbites as A New Truth.

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I’ve come to the conclusion that once you’ve written a book, about anything, you can just assert “facts” at conferences unchallenged.

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@benrhughes Ah yes. Thank you for spotting that typo. Fixing it with a new tweet is one of rare occasions I delete tweets.

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Proposed by @jeffjarvis, a “witness” tag to separate tweets FROM an event from those merely talking ABOUT it. http://arseh.at/4vk

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@R_Chirgwin It is bright and clear this morning, though some cloud about and a shower or two forecast. I’ll check around midday.

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@R_Chirgwin And yes, check the volts. How many volts will I be needing?

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Sat plan, unordered: Shopping in Wentworth Falls; reading catch-up; relaxation; possibly a walk, if it doesn’t rain again.

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The Big Hand Asia Pacific website: “We are optimised for Netscape 1.1” http://arseh.at/4vi

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“Big Hand’s ‘Planet Youth’ to debut on the Microsoft Network” http://arseh.at/4vh I was to be content manager of said Planet Youth.

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Stumbling across some internet-ancient material from 1995 has thrown me into a curiously nostalgic mood. Two amusing links follow.

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Freshly rain-washed leaves / lit by hushed yellow sunlight. / Rosella swoops. Screech!

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