Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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May 13th, 2011

Correction. I KNOW than half of them are illegal. If my memory is accurate, anyway. And there are distinct doubts about that.

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Vague memories are returning regarding last night. I’d relate some of these stories except I suspect that half of them are illegal.

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Oh hello, Friday.

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Oh here we go…9

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My RT just there is one more piece of evidence supporting the theory that the only valid word to describe Facebook is “Pack of Cunts”.

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flashman So I can’t develop Facebook apps without a mobile phone number. Which Facebook will then sell to all and sundry. THANKS GUYS.

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No. Drink first. And I know a suitable dive bar only two blocks away. Somewhere OUTSIDE this hotel…

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Gawd. It’s 6pm. I’d better work out what to do this evening. Food. Then sort my audio recordings? Lots of work to do…

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@elronxenu Hey, I just quoted Mr Brin. It doesn’t mean I agree with him. ;)

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Jobs sits at Obama’s left hand, Zuckerberg at his right. Ellison, Bartz, Schmidt… Check the politics of this seating! http://arseh.at/6wp

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@expectproblems Every time I see a spider I think ‘anachronism’.

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@expectproblems @Serrels For a moment there I thought you meant Brian Cox, physicist and keyboard player for D:Ream, and got very confused.

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Smirking at @vealmince and @NewtonMark. Because they deserve it.

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“Facebook Busted in Clumsy Smear on Google”, i.e. PR firm planting negative stories, by @realdanlyons http://arseh.at/6wk

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@expectproblems @Serrels I think I should find someone to make a thorough investigation of my thighal region. Should be easy here in SFO…

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A quick Google Images search confirms it’s the latter. Oh well.

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Hmmm. I have three copies of this one guy’s business card. No memory. Are we talking extreme rootability here? Or just drunken amnesia?

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RT @joshgnosis: Where does one acquire giant muffins? [Probably a euphemism but I’m too afraid to ask.]

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@yewenyi I take that back. Rail was also affected. Somehow. I really wasn’t paying THAT much attention.

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@yewenyi The railway line was not closed, no, only the road traffic. Or so I was told. I wonder why that is. /cc @nswpolice

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RT @nswpolice: Police operation is complete. has reopened. Traffic is heavy [That was rather quick. Good work.]

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Indeed @CIOinOz a few people have pointed out the obvious superb quality of security at Sydney Harbour Bridge. Questions shall be asked…

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RT @nswpolice: Traffic starting to flow Sydney Harbour Bridge southbound.

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I have no further info on the Bridge, tho, just what’s in the police feed. I’m not even in Sydney at the moment. Why am I telling you this?

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Sydney Harbour Bridge to be reopened shortly, says @nswpolice. The man has been arrested. Apparently a bridge-climber.

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Sydney Harbour Bridge closed. “Police are advising motorists to either delay their trip or use alternate routes for the foreseeable future.”

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How Mozilla responded to US Dept of Homeland Security. Now THIS is how to clarify a “legal” request! http://arseh.at/6wb

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@all1ann Thank you. But I’m now thinking that “freelance” and “whore” might be redundant. Maybe “Geek word-whore” would be a better start?

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Thu plan, US time: Recordings for “Patch Monday” podcast & stories; client web tech meeting; wrap up NetSuite SuiteWorld; relaxing dinner.

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Hah! Google’s Sergey Brin’s damningly faint praise: “There’s nothing inherently wrong with Windows” http://arseh.at/6w9

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@janek85 Hah! At this stage it’s the former. I am mostly referring to whatever happened here in San Francisco last night.

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Sending emails, most of which when translated into plain English mean “Who are you and why is your business card in my pocket?”

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@dahowlett It’s one of those irregular nouns, “Yes, Minister” style. I need to polish the explanation there, though, I think.

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You’ve just inspired me to update my Twitter bio line @dahowlett so it’s all really your fault.

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@dahowlett “Acknowledging you’re a whore saves time. We can now concentrate on what matters. Negotiating the price.” Paraphrasing Shaw?

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@BaneAu @wolfcat No, it’s true, I am not dead.

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There. That’s all the re-pimpage out of the way. Now for a coffee and mapping out my day of interviews and recordings.

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RT me: The video of me and @dahowlett talking NetSuite in Australia. http://ow.ly/4SFLl

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RT: Me at @zdnetaustralia: “NetSuite big fish push to cut mid-sized Oz?” http://arseh.at/6vs

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X|Media|Lab SYdney is 10-12 June. Know any startups or pre-startups that want to be part of The Lab? http://arseh.at/6w8

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My last day at NetSuite Suiteworld is about chasing people I need to record interviews with. Ping me if we spoke about this.

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@lukephillips Napa? No, Sir, I am unlikely to get further than a block from the hotel on this trip. I am way busy.

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I am, as it appears, alive.

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