Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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March 17th, 2011

RT @franksting: Because we are cnuts. [Oh yeah, that’s right.]

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I realise that I haven’t responded to as many @replies as usual this last week or so. I’m not entirely sure why, but I have my suspicions.

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I’m quite happy not to be “stupendously wealthy”, @Cacotopos. Have you seen what arseholes those people are?

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Looks like I’ll be in Sydney from Friday evening through to Monday lunchtime or so, for a variety of reasons.

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Oh. That triggered more of a reaction than I can be arsed responding to right now. It being cocktail hour. Or something.

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Fuck I am so sick of having ethics.

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@posty Just look at any ABC news story older than three months and the policy is a pair of sentences where the comments used to be.

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@GreenJ It’s interesting to ponder what alien civilisations will make of the comments on our news stories. Will they glory in our genius?

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@jonoabroad Nah a LOT of online stuff is being archived, and bits are easily poured into new containers. I think we’ll retain lots.

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RT @GreenJ: Not the case on drum/unleashed stories. We close them after a time, but the comments stay up FOREVER. [Ah, silos FTW!]

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“ABC policy is to delete comments on stories three months after they are published.” Which is fucked, IMO. Such disrespect.

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Pleased to be nowhere near a pub today, “Irish” or otherwise.

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“It’s Time To Fix The Internet”, says @benpobjie http://arseh.at/50p

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This week’s “Twisted Wire” podcast from @phildobbie looks at : “It’s not over yet, that’s AFACT” http://arseh.at/50n

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Mind you, @jeamland, something broader on the strengths and weaknesses of Android and its future might work.

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RT @jeamland: The security implications of the Android software update model? [I was hoping for an audience at least in double digits…]

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Briefly pondering topics for the next “Patch Monday” podcast. Any requests?

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Junkyard Jumbotron: Stitch a random bunch of displays into one virtual screen by taking a photo. http://arseh.at/50i

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Sphere report “application of a discredited European report on piracy to Australian data”, says @BernardKeane. http://arseh.at/506

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Paul Carr’s take on yesterday’s TechCrunch / Moviefone / AOL “tone down the snark” thing. Quite different. http://arseh.at/505

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Thu plan: Plan a certain client’s projects; judging for Lizzie Awards; lock in next Sydney visits; random email; early night.

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Pondering why I am still feeling so fatigued. Nevertheless, I shall attempt to get some work done today.

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Full analysis at http://arseh.at/502 shows most-active Twitter users less likely to use official clients. Well, der.

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Chart of where Tweets are sent from. Real reason Twitter “discourages” 3rd-party clients? http://arseh.at/501

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“Serious crime” means huge harm e.g. terrorism, WMDs, serial killers, genocide etc or inconveniencing large media corporations.

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White House wiretap plans remind me of this scene. “You’re gonna have to answer to the Coca-Cola company” http://youtu.be/DUAK7t3L…

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Cybersafety public hearing in Brisbane today http://bit.ly/fdFiWO webcast at http://bit.ly/149YWq HT @AboutTheHouse via @NewtonMark

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White House wants US federal wiretaps for “serious crime” e.g, terrorism extended to include “illegal” video streams. http://arseh.at/4zz

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“The Architecture of 13,000,000 Pounds of Opium Production”, images originally from about 1850. http://arseh.at/4zy

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Fursday, eh? I suppose…

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