Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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May 2011

I will now attempt to get some sleep, since it’ll be an 0500 start for me tomorrow. Writing then being on a panel thing.

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The Hyatt Hotel Canberra ain’t such a bad little shack…

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This table could implode.

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OH: ” So I asked, ‘Who wants to do something with chickpeas?’ And he made a huge pot, twice my size.”

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@MadamQ “Mystery Korean Snack Food”? Sounds my kind of mystery! Should I maybe have a couple more pints first?

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OH: “I was going to get one of those debit cards, but then I found out you had to use your own money.”

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OH, him: “I saw that on Facebook.” Her, angrily: “Yeah, I know. And I saw something else on Facebook too!”

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@peterhau I don’t know about dive bars plural in Canberra, but certainly dive bar singular. And I am in it.

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The one problem with dive bars is their relatively sparse population of power outlets.

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@Lyons_Ben @damonism For some reason I tend to tend to “magnificent dive bars”. Maybe I can see my own future sitting at the bar…

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“Looks like CeBIT may be less shit than normal this year.” Ah, the emails I receive… ;)

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@damonism But a dive is what I seek! Sought, and found.

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ABC? Or fundamentalist church? You decide! http://post.ly/280YE

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The Phoenix Bar you say, @obrijo? That sounds promising.

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It’s just like Hong Kong http://post.ly/280UL

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@nikiaken The bus driver returned my greeting. But then that works in Sydney too, at least for me.

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Route 31 to Civic. The man accepted my NSW currency.

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I think I will attempt to catch a bus to Civic. This place is weirding me out, man.

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@jonoabroad I think if I said anything involving “motherfucker” to these so-called “students” their heads would implode.

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OH: “It’s at the Westfield at Woden, as a concierge, so it’s a really good job.” HOW DO THESE PEOPLE SURVIVE WITHOUT BEER?

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I mean, I can see rows of refrigerators full of booze, and beer taps, the full enchilada. But it’s all locked behind a metal grille.

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I’ve just worked out what’s wrong with this university. The bar isn’t open.

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I’ve just seen something described as “a word of mouth marketing platform”. Isn’t that ENTIRELY MISSING THE FUCKING POINT?

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@damonism Fortunately I’m in no hurry. My time is flexible until dinner at 1830. I might as well experience Canberra like the proles.

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Right. The dark secret appears to be that I can’t just catch a bus. I have to buy some bloody card first. Or it it still in transition?

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I wonder if ACT public transport has dark secrets that’d make a trip from Uni of Canberra to Civic complicateder than it should be.

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Me at Crikey: “Political tweets eclipse blogs, but parties still don’t get it” http://arseh.at/7if [Paywall’d, free trial]

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This “National Digital Economy Strategy” thing. Can someone read it and tell me what to think about it? http://arseh.at/7ic

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@mpesce Come on in, the weather is delightful. It’s bright and clear and very Canberra in Canberra today.

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Clemons [paraphrase]: If it takes a village to raise a child, the internet is more like a slum town that’s grown up without rules.

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Just starting: “Privacy and security in a connected world” with Dr Eric Clemons. http://arseh.at/7g0

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@SMinney No $50 cab fare for me, travelling with Microsoft peeps.

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In Canberra, dropping bags at hotel then to Uni of Canberra for 1000.

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Transmitters off. See you in Canberra.

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Bombardier Q400, as advertised http://post.ly/27uv6

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Ah. We’re boarding. We’re 15 mins late, says the thing on the internet.

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Canberra 1000 today: “Privacy and security in a connected world”, still time to book I guess. http://arseh.at/7g0

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Oh. QF1463 is back on the board. But personally if I were planning an 0740 departure I’d probably have started boarding by now.

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@peterhau You know a Q400 is just a stretched Dash-8, right?

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Erm, QF1463 just disappeared off the departures board. Is that a good sign?

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I shall be flying in a Bombardier Q400 today, it seems. I’m in seat 13B, but a regular Dash-8 only has 12 rows of seats. http://arseh.at/7hp

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@CIOinOz Oh dear God no! I’m not offering any love to that lot behind the counter! They can make bacon tasteless, their powers… [shudder]

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RT @CIOinOz: A bacon and egg roll also needs love, if that’s missing it’s going to taste bad! [True. Unsmiling staff look short on love.]

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@R_Chirgwin @darrenpauli I heard that CeBIt, rather than paying panel presenters, were now asking them to pay for the “exposure”. True?

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FFS! Bacon and egg roll. That’s bacon. An egg. And a roll. How did you manage to get it to taste so bad?

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@juhasaarinen Oh it us all about shopping, I’m sure. But who’d be stupid enough to buy at airport prices? At 7am? I should do a vox pop.

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Someone ought to explain to these arseholes the difference between an airport and a department store.

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Time to check out and get to the airport. The kitchen here doesn’t open until 0700. That’s something I’ll pay more attention to next time.

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Tue plan: 0740 QF1463 SYD-CBR; 1000 Cybersecurity event http://arseh.at/7g0 Uni Canberra; afternoon free?; 1830 dinner with folks.

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Or, @NathanaelB, unless you say MacBook, iPad, diet, pain, mortgage, debt or Bieber. In which case it becomes 130%.

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RT @NathanaelB: Unless you drop “sex” or “boobs” or “OMGWTFLOL” in your tweet in which case that figure is 22%. [True.]

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I always feel like I’ve been pimping events on Twitter endlessly, but individual tweets are seen by… what? Less than 10% of followers?

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Why am I in Canberra, @jmacmullin? This convenient blog posts explains. http://arseh.at/7hk

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Senator Conroy launches the National Digital Economy Strategy at CeBIT today. In Sydney. While I’m in Canberra. There’s my reading tonight.

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Chooseday. I choose to be awake this early. I make many bad choices.

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Baffled. Possibly an early night will help, before an early start for Canberra. Possibly I’ll go slightly mad.

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@phonakins Nah. As I said earlier, Canberra is about to be warmer that Wentworth Falls has been the past few days.

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I still have time free in Canberra tomorrow and Wednesday afternoon, I think. It’s hard to say, given how my schedule changes so.

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Larry Ellison’s tree-blocks-view lawsuit. His photo http://arseh.at/7hf My photo http://arseh.at/6yf I’ll say no more.

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@paintmehappy Thanks very much for the offer, but I’d already gone off Twitter to get everything sorted. Just saw your tweet now, sorry.

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I’ll wait until 6pm or so, book some accommodation online, and then scarper. Unless a better Plan B emerges. Which I doubt.

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I can’t even remember what they wanted to talk to me about. It was their story, @NeilMcMahon, not mine. This is a fool’s errand.

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No offer to pay, @Kimota. And to be honest, @drunkenmadman, I couldn’t be arsed drinking tonight. Half an hour, @melissahoyer? That’s gone.

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A question of etiquette: How long do you wait at a pub for a journalist? I didn’t note their phone number.

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@johnvacy Oh, I have my theories about the eventual demise of the filter policy, or maybe today “denoument” is a better word. We’ll see.

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@johnvacy I don’t have an appointment with Senator Conroy on this trip yet, but I’m sure he already knows my views on the “filter”.

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I have migrated to a certain place of drinking for my 5pm meeting. With a journalist. This will end well.

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@andrew_hedge For this trip, Microsoft has booked a flight. But I do want to do the SYD-CBR train at some point soon.

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@damonism Canberra has been warmer than Wentworth Falls the past few days. I’ll live. Though my warmest jacket is still in storage. Sigh.

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Wed in Canberra: “Microsoft Politics & Technology Forum” w@IainDaleDale etc http://arseh.at/6h6

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Tomorrow in Canberra: “Privacy and security in a connected world: anonymity, data loss, tracking and the social web” http://arseh.at/7g0

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Well all this is hypothetical, @katinacurtis. I’m booked onto a flight at 0740 tomorrow morning. I have two vital meetings in Canberra.

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I’m thinking the last time I took a long bus trip was in December 2007, Bangkok to Rayong. To look at this view. http://arseh.at/7hb

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Hypothetically, that is.

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“Popular with backpackers” isn’t exactly a recommendation, is it @obrijo? ;) Unless they share their drugs.

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I’ve not considered buses for anything longer than an hour or so in ages, @obrijo. Is it possible to work on them these days?

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OK, the SYD-CBR train thing has pressed a few buttons. Yes @beneltham appalling it takes so long. Alas @jonoabroad not steam.

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Here’s the schedule for trains from Australia’s most populous city to the capital. Pathetic, eh? http://arseh.at/7h9

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“Eye of the Tiger”? Goodness, is THAT the time?

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@michaelneale I’ve been meaning to catch the train SYD-CBR some time, but hey Microsoft is paying for this flight, so… [shrugs]

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@michaelneale Um, yeah there’s a train SYD-CBR, though it takes 4.5 hours and runs once every six weeks or so. How embarrasment.

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This Vivid Sydney thing? More gratuitous energy wastage on coloured lights? I wouldn’t want to be associated with that!

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Pondering where, specifically, to spend the night in Sydney before my ugly-hour flight to Canberra tomorrow. I’ll wait for the cheap deals.

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@MrFlungabunga It must be a terrible burden working with those colleagues. You have my sympathy.

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@Reemski @purserj OK, I’ll have to get back to you, ‘cos no Sydney dates are locked in beyond next week, and currently none are Mon-Wed.

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@Reemski I know I’m in Sydney on Thursday morning, but will look at the calendar shortly.

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@Reemski Nah I’m more or less on my way, unless it’s starting to get too late for you? A re-schedule would work nicely for me actually.

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It’s impossible for me to reach the station without wading ankle-deep in sneakers. Bus, I suppose.

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Water 25cm+ deep along the sides of King St. Pavement inundated. Passers-by help prevent fallen man drowning.

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King St, Newtown, submerged http://post.ly/27ftd

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Oh. Newtown is currently being washed away in a deluge of biblical scale.

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Right, that’s lunch, errands and snark done. Mobile again: Newtown station; Wynyard station; 1500 meeting; back to Enmore for MOAR meeting.

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Oh no, @IainDale, you need to consider the Deputy Leader of the Opposition and Samantha Fox. http://arseh.at/7h4

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IainDale Loving the hairstyle of the Deputy Leader of the Opposition here in Australia. I hear she was Krystal Carrington’s stunt double in Dynasty.

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Perhaps one of you lovely junkies could coach @IainDale in the finer points? I’ve just eaten. http://arseh.at/7h3

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RT @PeopleMagicHR: At least it’s not criminology. [This is true. But I wouldn’t mind starring in an episode of “Underbelly”.]

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@caseyjohnellis It’s Monday, so I’m not sure whether to congratulate you or send someone around to slap you a bit. Perhaps both.

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Not quite sure what to make of someone analysing my writing as part of their Honours thesis in anthopology.

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@anthonybaxter I get the media releases from O’Connor’s office when they intercept a boat. If you like, I can warn you when it happens?

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Juggling conflicting requirements. I never was good at juggling.

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I can’t wait until I’m 84.

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RT @timelady “An Open Letter to the Gentleman Blow-Drying His Balls in the Gym Locker Room” (5/27/11) http://feedly.com/k/kJbN…

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@leslienassar Trainworking is the future, yes, as long as the battery holds out.

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“Patch Monday” podcast at @zdnetaustralia: “Real issues for cybersecurity awareness” with @duckblog http://arseh.at/7gt

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Crikey story filed. @expectproblems is right, one can get a goodly bit of writing done on a train.

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Cold wet rain is cold. And wet.

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@expectproblems Well, my writing will be a quick piece based on my interview with @IainDale, so the rain won’t figure strongly.

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@expectproblems The mountains are beautiful in this weather. I’ll be writing on the train tho.

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Mobile: Cab to Wentworth Falls; quick snack; 1031 train to Sydney; errands and meetings galore.

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@R_Chirgwin Nope. Sydney tonight, sparrow-fart flight to Canberra tomorrow, return to Sydney Wednesday night. Bunjaree on Thursday?

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@R_Chirgwin Generator off. Battery stable at 51.6V.

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“Patch Monday” podcast filed. And now to brave the cold and have that shower. Sigh.

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In studio mode, writing and recording a cranky news summary for the “Patch Monday” podcast. As one does.

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@R_Chirgwin The generator is on. I think it was 49.1V in the battery before I started, but I was more worried… um, no, not a fuel spill.

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@R_Chirgwin You may indeed add something to do with Volts to my schedule. And I’ll get that under way shortly.

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RT me: New blog post: “@IainDale on politics, Twitter, radio and authenticity”, a 30-min podcast http://arseh.at/7gj

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Mon plan: Complete “Patch Monday” podcast; write for Crikey; train to Sydney; errands Enmore, Newtown; various meetings; quiet night.

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Mudday. Given the rain overnight, I suspect there shall be much mud, both here in the Mountains and in Sydney.

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That’s enough Sunday. It’s a busy day for me tomorrow and between now and then I have to not freeze to death. Gone.

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@dthvt I wouldn’t be too concerned, I seem to have a very short attention span these days. And I’ll be asleep soon. With luck, anyway.

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I never did understand why Cate Blanchett was advising the Pope on pedophilia anyway. Unless it’s a theatre thing.

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@dthvt If this is fame then where are my hookers and cocaine? 11pm on a Sunday night and… nothing!

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Bugger it, I’m going to delete that tweet since it keeps getting RTd and I’m getting stabby now.

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Oh FFS @gregomeara @aindreasmac @dthvt it’s 11+ hours since I tweeted a correction! I will start stabbing people soon!

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@rbbayliss I’m really uncomfortable with deleting things. Thin end of wedge etc. But people just don’t see the corrections. Sigh.

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New blog post: “@IainDale on politics, Twitter, radio and authenticity”, a 30-min podcast http://arseh.at/7gj

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New blog post: “Weekly Wrap 51” http://arseh.at/7gi My usual summary of stuff.

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Have you seen my correction, @SatirclAlx @Gleena @kellman @RyanSilvey?

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My interview with @IainDale has edited into a rather nice self-contained 30-minute piece. Deciding how to post it.

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Just recorded a great ranty interview with @duckblog for the “Patch Monday” podcast. This’ll be fun and easy to edit.

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About to record an interview with @IainDale, some or all of which may well end up in the “Patch Monday” podcast. There’ll be a Crikey story.

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@IainDale Anyway, I’m right for a chat via Skype whenever you like tonight, provided your jet lag is fading.

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@IainDale Sunday afternoon was the wrong time to ask, it seems. All the politics junkies watch the morning TV and then evaporate.

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RT @Pollytics: Because Sunday is “wear a racoon on your head and get outraged by cockspanks” day. I swear it was in the memo! [True.]

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I think I’ll turn my attention to the “Patch Monday” podcast, which now consists of the words “Patch Monday” at the top of a blank page.

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I am confused.

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So, if it’s a Sunday tabloid beat-up, why are supposedly politically aware people going on about? Surely that means they’re puppets too?

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Can I be arsed finding out why Cate Blancett is in the news? Or is this another Sunday politics thing that’ll be forgotten by morning?

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@acaderama @awelder I’m not ruling anyone in or out, I’m seeking to discover what people think. My followers maybe not the best to ask.

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RT @awelder: I’m still waiting for the right-wing Phillip Adams. [What remains of my brain just exploded.]

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Here’s a question. Who’d be the right-wing @GrogsGamut? If I’m not belittling Mr Jericho by inserting him into that ancient spectrum…

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I reckon @IainDale asks a good question there. Who is it that we take for granted?

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RT @IainDale: Who would you say is the most influential or well known political columnist in Australian newspapers? [Laurie Oakes?]

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Ta to everyone still telling me my tweet at 1100 was wrong. I corrected it at 1121. I’d rather not delete tweets. That way danger lies.

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It really depresses me to see the first, wrong tweet still being RTd though. It means they’re all RTing without reading. I read, but poorly.

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I’m now wondering why the story was worthy of TIME. And how I came away with my first impression of events.

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Correction. Arrested priest is in the archdiocese of the Pope’s advisor, not the advisor himself. http://arseh.at/7g3

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@franksting They won’t let me have a gun at Parliament House on Wednesday, but I’m hoping University of Canberra is less strict.

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“Is World War II Still ‘the Good War’?” Or is it time to revise the myths? http://arseh.at/7g1

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And they’re why I’m in Canberra on Tuesday and Wednesday. I can’t really explain anything else in my life these days though.

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“Microsoft Politics & Technology Forum: Do we trust the internet?” free seminar, Canberra Wed 1 Jun http://arseh.at/6h6

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“Privacy and security in a connected world” free seminar, Canberra Tue 31 May http://arseh.at/7g0

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Slumday. Grey. Damp. Depressing. And yet at the end of it, there shall be a podcast. Somehow.

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And it is “watched on stage”. Watching smart people as passive entertainment. Little endorphin-inducing nuggets. Cleverness by frottage.

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Maybe no-one should be allowed into an “ideas” event until they show how they’ve implemented the ideas they watched on stage last time.

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As for “social innovator”, sure, let’s just snarf a buzzword and work it into your shtick. Note: Copying someone else is not innovation.

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Every time I see the words “thought leader”, @stuarthorrex, I get an uncontrollable urge to urinate.

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Oh. The Kookaburra Cocktail is 95,000 IDR in Jakarta. That’s $10. But it still seems a good way to start the day.

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@leslienassar “Attendees thinking a bundle of fresh ideas is going to help them execute”, cf another time management course fixing laziness.

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Not sure what’s best about this Kookaburra Cocktail, the recipe or that it’s 95 Baht = $3. http://post.ly/26z5C HT @ApostrophePong

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The problem with Carriageworks’ natural ventilation systems is that you need three times as much Sarin to do any good.

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RT @Unpop_Culture: Festival of execution. Has a nice ring to it. [First sensible thing anyone’s said all day.]

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No, we don’t need more goddam “events” at all, @sammarks! We already have people whose JOBS it is to just DO stuff.

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@expectproblems Do. Not. Get. Me. Started. On. That. Bullshit. “Dangerous”. Ideas. Fuckwittery. Or. There. Shall. Be. Bloodshed.

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Completely over events about “ideas”. We have plenty of ideas. What we need is a bit of effort put into execution.

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I’ve washed so many towels this morning. It’s like working at a brothel, apart from the cheap drugs and genuine sense of intimacy.

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RT @iain_chalmers: Awww, come on, “disgruntled” and “assault rifle” belong together like “bacon” and “eggs”… [So fucking true, that.]

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Sadderday. Disgruntled. Baffled by a mumbled, unidentifiable voicemail left last night. Irritated. And disgruntled.

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Wondering… just… wondering…

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At the end of a somewhat unproductive day, my main aim is now to stay warm tonight. I shall be staying inside the cottage.

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Alas, none of those reasons work for me, @oberonsghost @dananimal @net_hues. But then maybe I’m “different”.

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I do find it odd that so many IT-related companies hand out branded paper notebooks as PR. A lack of confidence in their own industry?

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@dananimal Ah, now there’s a thing. Are we too trusting of networks generally, I wonder?

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@Steve_Ollis Not sure what could be said about PSN performance other than a whinge. I’d tackle that after security anyway, if I were them.

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@TatteredRemnant The extension of the US Patriot Act is just one of a few legal things lately, interesting suggestion.

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Pondering topics for the “Patch Monday” podcast. I get the feeling we’re over talking about data breaches, just want ‘em fixed. Yeah?

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@NetBank Um, are you missing my sarcasm or am I missing yours?

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Ta for that, @quog. Good to see another Big 4 bank putting customer communication first… not. http://goo.gl/Npxb3 http://goo.gl/tS9Gp

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@gavincostello Indeed, there was one estimate that there’s 7.5M under-13s on Facebook today, which I thought conservative.

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“Moonlight”? WTF? What’s wrong with you people? It’s broad daylight!

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Dancing with the devil.

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Maybe if I read some of the comments on ABC’s The Drum. That’ll restore my faith in humanity, I’m sure.

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Fri plan, unordered: Plan “Patch Monday” podcast; client webby work; lots of email catch-up; stay warm; blame someone for all this.

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Hmmm. A poor night’s sleep and some pain leads to fatigue, sure, but I’m feeling more dreadful than that. Not impressed.

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Frayedday begins. Very frayed. Bright. Clear. Cold. And with loud, feathered screeching.

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I am back at the cottages, calling it an early day, and not worried in the least that “Spicks & Specks” is gone.

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I WANT HER BOTOX!

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@themaria It’s showing “ET”, and the backing music for a story about Arnold Schwarzenegger’s kids sounds like a Mark Burnett production.

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Shouting at the television.

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I hadn’t heard the Gold Coast described as “Penrith-on-Sea” before, but it makes sense.

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@inanaj I wouldn’t have been at CeBIT anyway. I’m sure it’s an important marketing event but from a news perspective it has little value.

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Mobile: Walk the dirt track then Railway Pde to Wentworth Falls; lunch somewhere TBA; shopping; return to the desk.

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I’ll have time free in Canberra on the afternoons of Tue 31/5 and Wed 1/6 should anyone need me or want me or desire me.

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Replug: Microsoft Government & Technology Forum, Canberra, 1 June, usual suspects, free http://arseh.at/ class=”hashtag” rel=”search” href=”http://twitter.com/search?q=%23poltech”>#poltechtech

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@oberonsghost Fortunately there is a hand truck, and the gas bottle is changed.

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Actually, lugging 32kg gas bottles will not ensue just yet. The only bottles I can see appear to be empty. I must consult with @R_Chirgwin.

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