Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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May 23rd, 2011

@kjmci Blocking “specialist” because it includes “cialis” is an example of what in the trade is called the “Scunthorpe Problem”.

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Silly LinkedIn won’t let me mention my business Prussia.Net’s name in an email because it’s a “website address”. Sigh.

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@charispalmer It hit a nerve alright. And now I know exactly how the story I’m writing will begin.

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Wow. I’m STILL getting responses on that forced-www issue, and related factoids. I’ll have to do a follow-up post to scoop them all up.

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The “www” sub-domain is for “security”, @hopeinhell? That’s hilarious! Let’s all go to www.legislation.vic.gov…. and laugh now.

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Wow, a massive response there! The consensus is clear. You’re not happy with forced-www. http://arseh.at/78e

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How would you describe a business whose website demands that you use the “www” sub-domain or it won’t work?

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RT @michaelmeloni: I use the “have-I-ever-masturbated-about-this-person’ rule to determine professional and non professional on Linkedin.

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@michaelmeloni Sensible. But now I have to THINK about each follower to decided their LInkedIn-ableness. I don’t want to think. It’s Monday.

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RT @michaelmeloni: I consider 10% of my Twitter followers professional contacts … [And presumably not the other 78%?]

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Wondering whether someone being my Twitter follower counts as my “professional network” for the purposes of LinkedIn.

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RT @engochick: So glad I could get wet dream in a headline. [We are nothing if not classy.]

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@jplonie My privacy dummy doesn’t need cleaning. I suck it regularly.

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Met at @zdnetaustralia: “NBN: ACCC wet dream, security nightmare” http://arseh.at/78b

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Dear Corporation, when acknowledging receipt of my privacy complaint before handing it on, misspelling my name is not a good look.

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Patch Monday podcast at @zdnetaustralia: “Stuxnet, routing hacks and a seized iPad” http://arseh.at/78a

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Replug: X|Media|Lab Sydney is 10-12 June. Know any startups that should nominate for The Lab? http://arseh.at/787

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RT @number0six: I’d like to hunt them down and spam all over their faces! Jerks! [That sounds a bit wrong. The last word makes it worse.]

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@number0six What’s even more annoying is that the Twitterspammers KNOW what they’re doing is wrong, yet they still do it.

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Oh look! I mentioned a MacBook Pro. The spammers descend. Sigh.

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Mon plan, unordered: Write for @technologyspec and @zdnetaustralia; organise MacBook Pro repairs; lots of planning and comms; quiet night.

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Hello, Muddleday.

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@katedoak Ouch. Hope it goes well for you. At least writing at night can go well in the quiet.

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ZDNet story filed. Yay. I can finally go to bed. Or at least start unwinding before going to bed.

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RT @NewtonMark: If this was the USA, they’d have interrupted programming to show live coverage from a helicopter. [I want my helicopter!]

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Many police cars with sirens on zooming along Parramatta Rd and through Camperdown, seemingly at random. It’s a car chase! I wonder why.

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