Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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March 22nd, 2011

Sprinkling magic fairy dust.

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New blog post: “50 to 50 #8: Chores and responsibility” http://arseh.at/57t

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Thanks to last night’s conversation with @veritychambers I’m now writing a post to re-start my “50 to 50” series. http://arseh.at/57o

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“The rules of rational debate”, a helpful flowchart. Sadly, rarely followed. http://arseh.at/57f

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The turbulent times were actually longer than 12 months, @RealNickHodge, bur yes, point taken. I’m now noticing how exhausted I was.

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I probably could find sponsors for the “Edict” or Stilgherrian Live”, @smperris, but there was also sometimes a lack of inspiration.

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@goashley I probably shouldn’t set fire to the house. It’s not mine. And it’d probably start a bushfire.

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Wow it’s nearly a year since I stopped doing my podcast “The 9pm Edict”. Time flies. http://arseh.at/57c

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New blog post: “Visiting San Francisco for SuiteWorld” http://arseh.at/579

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@sharpcontrast Thanks for the offer. I may well take you up on that. Though I must admit I’m enjoying the quiet of the scrubland.

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@sharpcontrast No, not a native here at all. I’m staying at Bunjaree Cottages, I know the owners, have done a deal. http://arseh.at/4q5

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@sharpcontrast I’m living near Wentworth Falls while “between houses”. Lithgow, well, a change of view, plus writing a story for Crikey.

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@jonoabroad Hah! I suppose the could hunt down the antechinus for dinner, but it’d be the tiniest of mouthfuls.

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In the end, I didn’t bother walking into Wentworth Falls today. There’s enough to eat in the house, and I’m going to Lithgow tomorrow.

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New blog post: “So LinkedIn is a giant Rolodex, eh?” http://arseh.at/575

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RT @NickHodgeMSFT: This’ll fix it http://is.gd/TEyS8E [Only the TINIEST bit of overkill involved there, Sir.]

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@HillbillySkill Yes, there’s a couple antechinus living behind the sink, or maybe the same ones. Bold little things, they often scuttle out.

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I have a noisy scratchy antechinus in the ceiling again. It is scratchy. And noisy.

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@RudiPermana I’m not quite sure what you’re asking, sorry. Can you re-phrase your question?

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@Betaboy In short, I see nothing wrong with someone charging for providing a configured and tested template. That costs time to do.

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@Betaboy Maybe your point should be put to @ninefold rather than me. They’ll have to be polite. I’m more likely to complain about zealotry.

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@Betaboy I’m not seeing a drama with @ninefold’s pricing structure. A fee for providing a configured OS image with support.

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It’s true, @macleanbrendan! The Jell-O thing DOES explain your video. Creepy. http://youtu.be/hLJMzh5_…

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@mtats Ships can’t be TOO big. Ports, wharves, reach of cranes, depths to which channels are dredged, all affect where they can be used.

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“Jell-O is the gay dessert” http://arseh.at/56t Well that explains everything.

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Maersk’s new container vessels will be the biggest ships in the world. http://arseh.at/56s

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“Piracy: are we being conned?” by @ashermoses: more debunking of copyright industry’s claims. http://arseh.at/56r

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Australian cloud provider Ninefold’s new cloud storage service is in free public beta. http://arseh.at/56q

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“Brave new tech: the next 10 trends for SMEs” by @bhowarth http://arseh.at/56o

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@SawHole Thanks for that. I have been to the Commercial before and it seemed quite good. Workies looks an “experience”, must try. Ta!

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@SawHole Hi, I need info on Lithgow pubs. One for a decent lunch, another or same one for catching local workers for their evening drinks.

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I shall be in San Francisco from 9 to 15 May for NetSuite’s SuiteWorld http://arseh.at/56m and other things, should you care.

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@jasonlangenauer Calling a dog “Cinnamon”, that’s your first problem right there.

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@RatbagsDotCom I think I’ll make my own way to Lithgow tomorrow, as I may need to change times suddenly. Ta for the offer though.

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“All our main meals are accompanied by your choice of rice, vegetables, chips or salad.” Of course they are. http://arseh.at/56l

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Lithgow Workies! Of course, @tobiasziegler! The Labor faithful who could even see their once-safe Labor seat fall. Bonus.

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Lithgow RSL might be a good location, @Drivelry, since my aim is to discover the locals’ thoughts before the NSW election. Ta!

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@RatbagsDotCom OK, I’ll get back to you before midday, thanks. I’m tending to the train myself ‘cos I can work on the train. Juggling.

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@RatbagsDotCom What time were you planning to go? I’m still working out my plan of attack on the day’s projects.

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@StMurphy Thank you. I shall certainly consult @SawHole then. Actual Lithgow local knowledge will help a lot here.

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Would anyone perchance be familiar with the pubs of Lithgow and their lunchtime offerings? I plan to visit tomorrow.

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@stokely Is there not a standard WordPress “Manage your subscriptions” link on the bottom of every email?

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RT @Nic_Hutchings: Very un-bible like. Imagine Jesus trying to follow others just to build his ranks? [Further proof: Twitter = Godless.]

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RT @juhasaarinen: Ah… so you can’t follow too many in one go, without a certain amount of followers? [This is it, I think.]

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@juhasaarinen How do Twitter follower limits work? Not sure. Vague memories of allowed ration of following:followers.

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Those Twitter follower limits (2000 for some of you, you say) seem a tad quaint given they’re supposedly an anti=spam measure.

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@leslienassar Aha! So it’s for people who reckon you need a Twitter “strategy” to lead to “success”. I really love those people.

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RT @leslienassar: Twitter has follower limits for spam control, so I can see a purging inactives for more high-value targets.

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Why would you bother unfollowing inactive Twitter users? No tweets don’t cause no clutter. Just pointless OCD-driven activity, no?

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Stuck. Too many things to complain about. I don’t know where to begin. And that itself is annoying.

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Tue plan, unordered: Client project costings; write a couple procedures; plan next 3 weeks; shopping in Wentworth Falls; quiet night.

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