Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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June 2011

@kalena Oh ta. But yeah, if I screw up then I’ll put my name to it.

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Damage repaired.

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I am an idiot. The post isn’t showing up as a post because I created it as a page not a post. I win at WordPress.

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@LittleCatDesign Oops. Forgot to save my customisations. They’re not in a child theme. Now where’s last night’s backup…?

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Theme problem, @LittleCatDesign? Well, I use Tarski and I see there’s a new version, so, my logical next step…

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Botheration. My WordPress installation has just gone weird. Latest post isn’t displaying. Categories selection menu missing from edit-post.

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RT @elronxenu: “helping parents ensure their children only see age-inappropriate content.” You subversive. [Uhoh. Then again…]

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@retrogrrl ABC Radio has gone to the dogs lately. They let all sorts of riff-raff on air. :P

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Me at [coughs] CSO: “Voluntary filtering removes the controversy” http://arseh.at/8hs

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@pseudomorph Thanks very much, glad you liked the “Patch Monday” podcasts. Topic suggestions are welcome.

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@eddit0r When I’m not on dodgy bandwidth I’ll check some of the Google+ intro material.

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The old familiar process, eh @eddit0r @michaelmeloni? Still, it’ll have to be bloody compelling for me to rearrange how I do things.

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My Google+ invite is not yet worthful, because they handed out too many. Google has… how many computers? But can’t count.

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Oh, so there’s things you can do with Gmail other than just delete all the old email from people who forget to use your advertised address?

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I really should check my Gmail more than once a fortnight. O hai, Google+ invite!

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RT @leslienassar: Did @stilgherrian &a@mpesceesce murder the ABC tech journalists so they could have all Google and MySpace spots to themselves?

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On hold for ABC @774melbourne, about to talk Myspace. Live audio stream at http://arseh.at/897

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Oh, that’s now out of date too? Fuck it, I really don’t care that much.

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Oh. Apparently I’m out of date. The orthography “MySpace” has been replaced by “Myspace”. That’s bound to fix their problems.

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Here’s Interpol’s explanation of their “worst-of” child exploitation blacklist and how it works. http://arseh.at/8hn

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At 1730 I’ll be on ABC @774melbourne talking MySpace. Live audio stream at http://arseh.at/897

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Just filed a 750-word op-ed to the new, unnamed editor who’d said of the draft, “Well I love it - what a breathe of fresh air…” Chuffed.

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I like setting fire to things, @R_Chirgwin

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@UnderTheSea2011 If you want to email me a description of the problem, and specs of your computer and internet link, I’ll have a squizz.

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@UnderTheSea2011 I don’t know of any delays in the podcast. But I just provide a finished audio file to ZDNet, they handle it from then on.

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Wattle Cottage can haz fire! http://post.ly/2J4Pp

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@nanopunk I would not object to a Davey Cricket hat.

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@elronxenu @HappySinger The “voluntary” is whether the ISP chooses to follow the code. There’ll be benefits if they do.

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The trick? Set up kindling etc next to stove, carry hot coals and maybe a burning log in a wok, put them in, then quickly add kindling.

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Next task: Transfer some of the fie in Rosella Cottage to Wattle Cottage, so it’s warm for the inbound punters. And not start a bushfire.

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Me at Crikey: “Internet filtering isn’t compulsory, but everyone will volunteer” http://arseh.at/8hl

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Filing the first (draft) article to a new (for me) editor is always a moment flush with insecurities. I just had one such moment.

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New blog post: “Wanted: Your infosec war stories, anonymity preserved” http://arseh.at/8hh

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Oh. I have filed a Crikey story. And I have failed to get the fire going properly.

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Ah yes, Swordfish has been named. “Unix, I know this” from Jurassic Park… Gawd, there’s so much to choose from!

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I should’ve mentioned this is so I can go a-hunting just one picture to illustrate a blog post today.

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So far suggestions have been Die Hard 4.0, Hackers, and hacking the ATM at the start of Terminator 2. Thanks folks. I’ll look ‘em up.

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What’s the worst on-screen portrayal of fighting the hackers? On Spooks once, the room lights went out when the firewall was breached. Bah!

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Thu plan: A solid writing day for a certain new SEKRIT writing project, finishing two articles and mapping out a few more. That’s enough.

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New blog post: “Talking business information security on BTalk podcast” http://arseh.at/8h9

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@yaycee To tell the truth, I didn’t rate that Google vs Facebook cartoon highly. I had an “And so?” moment. http://arseh.at/8h6

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New blog post: “Talking Google vs Facebook on ABC Gold Coast”, with today’s audio. http://arseh.at/8h5 Ping @swearyanthony

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Here’s another of those photos that explains everything. http://arseh.at/8h4

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@dmflower Actually it’s not that cold tonight. The min is now going to be 5C so I guess it was around 6 or 7C out there, but no wind.

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The next two days will contain rather a lot of writing. A very rather lot, in fact. I am probably over-committed.

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@dmflower Actually, the entire time I’ve been up here I haven’t experienced the train not being on time.

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Fog at Wentworth Falls station http://post.ly/2Io5v

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Plan C, we’re up to? Unexpected conversation and food done. Now the 1958 train from Newtown, arrives Wentworth Falls 2200. Yay.

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@jennyeather I may be wrong. I can look if it’s important. I’m not overly fussed. But my memory is more of reading it.

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@jennyeather The tweet 9997 you ascribe to me was not mine, I don’t think.

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Ignore the stated plan.

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Mobile: Newtown station; Strathfield station; Wentworth Falls station; thence to Bunjaree Cottages. 1C min, 8C max tomorrow, shower or two.

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You know, folks, we can’t recount the entire history of the internet in a 7-minute radio spoke about Google vs Facebook and Android vs iOS.

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@en_gy @arionian Oh dear, I think we can leave Mogenic out of any explanations for the ABC’s Gold Coast audience. A pensioner equivalent?

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Thanks for all the suggestions, folks. I chose Netscape, AOL and MySpace and the ones with broad audience recognition.

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On hold for ABC Gold Coast to talk Google+ and the Ice Cream Sandwich. Audio stream at http://arseh.at/8gb

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Naming Second Life in this context is a bit cruel, @rycrozier. Anyway, I must now focus on my notes for the wireless.

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Hehe you naughty people suggesting Yahoo! should phone Channel Seven and tell them that. ;)

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Yes, Netscape is the perfect example, thanks @LittleCatDesign! Orkut’s not known by the punters, I don’t think @jeamland.

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What’s some good examples of websites that ruled the world and then vanished? Alta Vista? Not quite MySpace? Geocities?

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At 1515 I’ll be on ABC Gold Coast talking Google+ and the Ice Cream Sandwich. Audio stream at http://arseh.at/8gb

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Plans just changed.

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Wed (second half) plan: Pint x 2; 1513 train Newtown to Wentworth Falls; 1740 ABC Gold Coast spot; light a fire; reading by the fire.

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Speaking of telcos, I’m having to up the data allowance on my Next G phone from 5GB to 12GB. Ugly.

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Confusing my clients by sending them conflicting, inaccurate billing information. I should become a telco.

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Plodding through the email backlog, making decisions and providing comments.

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I’m on @phildobbie’s BTalk podcast at @bnet, “A Security Breach is Only a Matter of Time” http://arseh.at/8g3

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@domknight The LinkedIn orientation by @shivakum is well worth the time. I still haven’t got it in my workflow properly, but working on it.

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Oh look, I slept in. Oh look, there’s a huge email backlog. Oh look, I’ll do my errand to Enmore first and then tackle all that.

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OK, heading off-grid to recharge batteries and grab something approximating food.

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New blog post: “Respect, please, NSW Police!” http://arseh.at/8f6

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It seems my information on the dress of nuns is out of date. Still, do we have a crime wave of veiled women? No? Let’s stir PHEAR anyway.

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This is the same NSW police minister who’s unconcerned that people get illegally arrested ‘cos computer info is out of date.

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But, the start of my complaint was that the NSW Police Commissioner and Minister didn’t even list beliefs or respect as a concern at all.

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I suppose it’s a matter of what you think has priority. A specific police procedure, or religious beliefs and practices. That, and respect.

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I have no problem with people being asked to identify themselves when reasonably suspected of a crime.

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Well I’ll come back to the core issue, @roulla @chriskkenny. Identification. Not the same as uncovered faces. Not in 2011.

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Isn’t it odd that you never hear anyone call for Catholic nuns to submit to having their heads uncovered upon random demand.

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Hey @nswpolice it’d be nice if your release about the Carnita Matthews case merely hinted at respect for beliefs. http://arseh.at/8f4

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I must tear myself away from these fascinating people. Which is a shame. They’re true gold.

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OH: “There seems to be a lot of that going around now. Did they steal his Ferrari and torch it? Or just mine and that guy in Newcastle?”

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OH: “Their main problem is that their customers are all smelly old ladies doing their knitting.”

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OH: “Kids can find trouble anywhere. I wouldn’t worry too much. Unless they’re complete ratbags. Kids? There’s good ones, and shit ones.”

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Something something Burma.

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OH: “The question is, how many computers does it take to call it a ‘hub’, really?”

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OH: “We’re at the pointy end. We’ve got everyone… well, not everyone… most people on board. We’ve got a lot riding on this.”

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RT @dahowlett: Thinking of words that adequately describe how much of an abortion represents. [See? Adjectives. They’re tricky.]

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You know how I said that the RI in this pub is abysmal? Well, what’s the next word past “abysmal” in worseness? A Latin word would be nice.

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Wow. Mosman Council’s website, the victim of the hack that exposed public information [gasp!] uses Textpattern. http://arseh.at/8f0

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“Sydney council victim of AntiSec campaign”, but “all the information in the dumps was publicly available information”. http://arseh.at/8ez

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I should spend a few days in Melbourne some time soon. It’s been too long.

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The RI in this pub is abysmal.

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Have you voted in Crikey’s Labor Leader Survey yet? I have. http://arseh.at/8ey

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@Mrgareth Well, I don’t know London, having not been there, but this is indeed a comfy pub. Perhaps too comfy.

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RT @seangeo: So the ulcers in my mouth are “suddenly popular”? ;) [I guess for your mouth. Poor chap. They’re annoying.]

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@wordmistressAUS Glad I could be of help. Would love to see the finished article if possible. stil@stilgherrian.com

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@Mrgareth I have a couple of other favourite watering holes in the Sydney CBD, but the Occidental is good for when I’m near Wynyard.

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Occidental Hotel, Wynyard, with a convenient power outlet. Minor glory.

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A most productive meeting!

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Disappearing into my 1400 meeting.

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Not as sunny at Central station http://post.ly/2IGUz

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Je suis arrivée en Centrale.

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@BaneAu Erm, I’m talking about the context of mainstream news writing. I’d never use “viral” in a news story. It’d date the story too much.

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@andrew_hedge @RickyMaveety Erm, it was precisely in the field of marketing that the word emerged. I should point where else?

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IMO the urge to latch onto ephemeral words in mainstream news shows a lack of ability to write authoritatively. Style over substance.

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But, back to my original gripe, to say something is “going viral” when it becomes popular is really just succumbing to fashionable jargon.

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… but after a very short time marketers started using the word purely for the infection part, missing the other element. @AndySHastings

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I’m not denying the partial appropriateness of another metaphor, @AndySHastings, but the original writing was about hijacking…

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@andrew_hedge @RickyMaveety If I’m being more cynical, I’d say marketers use “viral” rather than “word of mouth” so they can charge for it.

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@wordsonaplatfrm Given that I was paying attention as this all unfolded, I think Wikipedia is missing some early events. I’ll look for ‘em.

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Oh I’m all for the dynamism of language, @1159, but in the case of “viral” there’s a certain dishonesty involved.

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“Viral” originally applied to things like providing an online tool to do things that users usually did themselves. Plaxo was the classic.

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Using “viral” when you mean “suddenly popular” doesn’t make you clever and with-it, it just proves you’re stupid and sheep-like.

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“Viral” was about “hijacking” user communications and tagging your marketing, like a virus hijacks the host cell’s replication mechanisms.

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Does anyone actually remember the metaphor involved in “viral marketing”? It’s not a synonym for “suddenly popular”, you arsehats!

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A challenging read, but a must-read. “How Violent Sex Helped Ease My PTSD” http://arseh.at/8en HT @jayrosen_nyu

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How to increase the MacBook Pro’s battery life by ~50% when working on the train: Disable Flash in all web browsers.

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Crossing the Nepean.

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Kindle’s publishing for the masses has opened up a new kind of spam, reckons @jjn1 http://arseh.at/8el

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“Tori or Aaron?” Oh dear, @retrogrrl @purserj @jeamland @servantofchaos @allisonr, you should all be ashamed. Very ashamed.

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RT @maninultimo: I just ruined your life http://is.gd/yjg6o4 [Nah, I generally manage to ruin my life all on my own.]

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Betrayed by Spelling.

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It’s very bright in the sun at Wentworth Alls station http://post.ly/2IEXI

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@maninultimo What’s an advice animal? I’m out of that loop, obviously…

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Mobile: Walk the dirt tracks and Railway Pde to Wentworth Falls station; 1131 train to Central; train to Wynyard; 1400 meeting.

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Note to self: Mastermind’s “The Pawn” 2008 McLaren Vale Merlot. Black fruit flavours, lingering palate. Around $18. Seek out more.

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Emails I like to receive after a long hot shower: “OK, [REDACTED] have given me a green light for the podcast pilot.” Yay!

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Speaking of archaic sexism, these adverts are… disturbing to a modern eye. http://arseh.at/8ej /cc @sophblack @jodiem

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@mattcdef2000 How new is Twitter for Newsrooms? Dunno. Seems new to many folks tweeting about it, so I’m guessing newish.

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@jodiem Nah, blokes should always talk to their editors that way. Chicks love being patronised. /cc @sophblack [I’ll be dead by lunchtime.]

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Tue plan, amended: As before, but instead catching the 1131 train from Wentworth Falls to Central. I don’t wish to rush today.

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RT @miss_shiny: @sophblack We’d call it the show/hide symbol. [Y’know, typography existed before the Microsoft Word…]

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@sophblack The pilcrow, m’dear, is this: ¶

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I really must learn not to put so much wood in the fire, especially big logs.

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Most Australian ISP will be “filtering” on the Interpol child abuse list before year’s end, says IIA. http://arseh.at/8ef

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Twitter has a new “Twitter for Newsrooms”, and @charispalmer says it’s “really well put together”. http://arseh.at/8ee

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Dear People Sending Me LinkedIn Requests, I am shit at remembering names so do please remind me how we connect.

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The Ranga-in-Chief is about to be on ABC News 24. I won’t bother with the bandwidth myself, ‘cos PMO will email the transcript.

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New blog post: “Patch Monday: ISP filtering goes ‘voluntary’, plus updates” http://arseh.at/8ed

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Tue plan: Mostly a research day, including: 1031 train to Sydney; 1400 meeting Sydney CBD; afternoon writing time; evening TBA.

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I think I had better go away now.

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@ScottRhodie Huh? You mean you don’t have NBN pajamas? How about edible underwear? /cc @RealNickHodge

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So @raajmenon in Willunga has 100Mbps NBN via @Internode and I am jealous. I love the cons he lists. http://arseh.at/8dy

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Flannel NBN jammies, @RealNickHodge? I HAVE NO NBN JAMMIES! @ScottRhodie had better fix this or I will turn on them with such spite!

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@RealNickHodge Relocate the creepy crawlies? The lazy sods can relocate themselves! They’ve got 4x my leg count.

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I have seen the spider, and she has seen me, and now she has wandered off somewhere. I would never hurt her, @RealNickHodge

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Dear Huntsman Spider Trying To Hide On The Bedside Table: Fail.

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The @mpesce refers to my article “The only NBN monopoly seems to be on ignorance” http://arseh.at/8cn

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RT @mpesce: You know, Malcolm is going to touch you inappropriately because of your @ABCthedrum artice. [One can only hope. I’m lonely.]

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Actually, I suspect the thing that uses the most energy here is my MacBook Pro, ‘cos its power supply doesn’t cut back consumption properly.

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At this point I should probably not mention the 4kW petrol generator.

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Yes, @RealNickHodge, I’m burning carbons in that sucker. 12, 13, 14, any carbons I can find. Sustainable carbons from ethical trees.

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For those following the Morsø Jernstøberi wood-burning stove thriller, this is the pic you want. http://yfrog.com/khc1jtj HT @R_Chirgwin

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RT @wolfcat: ( now with less typo’s ) [Or, as I’d sub it, “now with fewer typos”. Less/fewer fix, remove random apostrophe.]

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RT @jeamland: Nø reely, a Morsø once bit my sister… [Gotta love a literary reference…]

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@gevauden Do you think this strategy is wise? DO YOU NOT UNDERSTAND THE DANGER OF ZOMBIE PIGS? [Oink.]

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I’ll say it again. The Morsø Jernstøberi wood-burning stove in this house is truly glorious. Can’t find a pic of the exact model though.

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@alexkidman Take your fingers off the keyboard now, and walk away from the computer. Keep your hands where I can see them. /cc @flexnib

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@alexkidman @flexnib I’d have thought there’s only a handful of choices when it comes to sour squirmy worm injections.

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RT @jplonie: The people who had the forethought to archive the web for history are the real criminals. [True dat.]

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@oliyoung I doubt that you’re alone in wishing that the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine wasn’t quite so good.

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Digging old versions of my personal websites out of the Wayback Machine. Like, 1996. Scary. http://arseh.at/8do

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RT @flexnib: Ok have ODed on Sour Squirms >.< [Not possible.]

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@lifewithlilycat @valeriekhoo It’s yet another example of how difficult it is to kill misinformation. Propaganda relies on that…

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That punctuation-poor magazine cover I just linked to? It’s a fake. Sorry. Sigh. http://arseh.at/8dh HT @DDsD

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@jasonlangenauer Quite possibly this image has relevance. Some folks would rather not view it in mixed company. http://arseh.at/8dg

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Oh dear. This REALLY shows the importance of punctuation. http://arseh.at/8df HT @valeriekhoo

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@NewtonMark Indeed, “Patch Monday” should be a stroll down memory lane for you this week.

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@RealNickHodge @NewtonMark I would not be surprised to discover that Jamestown is the debauchery capital of the Southern Hemisphere.

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RT me: “Patch Monday” podcast: “ISP filtering goes ‘voluntary’” with @NewtonMark @peterjblack & Aust Christian Lobby. http://arseh.at/8cv

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@NewtonMark Yes, young man, apparently you are quite irresponsible. I let that tactic stand because I think it speaks for itself.

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Punctuation is so important.

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@jasonlangenauer What does the Tories Bear look like? This? http://arseh.at/8dd Or this? http://arseh.at/8de

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“Shady Characters: The secret life of punctuation”, a blog what typophiles might, erm, phile. http://arseh.at/8db

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“Why did Telstra’s share price fall post deal?” @phildobbie explains. http://arseh.at/8d9

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“How to pick a password that’s hard to hack”, a fair version from the LA Times. http://arseh.at/8d8 HT @paulwallbank

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@wordmistressAUS I can’t DM ‘cos you’re not following, but feel free to run stuff by me to cross-check facts. I’m not precious about words.

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@wordmistressAUS Sure, quote me as much as you like. Just by name is fine. A link to my website or the specific item piece if digital, ta.

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@wordmistressAUS No problems. This 10-min radio spot I did last week also covers some of the NBN basics. http://arseh.at/8ao

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@leslienassar You are such a help, in so many social situations. Has anyone ever told you that?

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Hello to the real @AlanKohler now nn Twitter. Please be very nice to him, folks. Sucking up to the proprietor always looks good, right?

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Mid-afternoon slump. Blergle.

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OK, my current residential situation is such that PayPal’s standard procedure doesn’t work. Kelly is escalating to compliance. Helpful.

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Right. I’m now going to phone PayPal and attempt to (finally) resolve the arsehattery I wrote about in May. http://arseh.at/76r

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Unlike Telstra & Optus, Primus isn’t sure what it’s doing about it’s voluntary ISP filtering commitment. http://arseh.at/8d2

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@jonoabroad It’s just Volts potential difference across battery outputs. It’s indicative of total kWh in storage, another gauge shows that.

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What a glorious day in the Blue Mountains! Only 11C temperature, but bright, clear and sunny with no wind. And 54.4V in the battery.

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Westpac reckons bank account portability is too hard. http://arseh.at/8cy @charispalmer deflates that claim. http://arseh.at/8cz

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“Patch Monday” podcast: “ISP filtering goes ‘voluntary’” with @NewtonMark @peterjblack & Aust Christian Lobby. http://arseh.at/8cv

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“Patch Monday” podcast filed! And now to do something warming and pleasurable with a chicken.

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@jclacherty @NewtonMark Indeed, there’s a whole ‘nuther article about NBN POIs and backhaul and competition. Maybe @GreenJ wants that too?

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@NewtonMark @jclacherty And yes, that meant considering the neighborhood-to-POI link part of the CAN rather than backhaul.

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@NewtonMark @jclacherty I deliberately glossed over the subtleties of backhaul ‘cos the piece was already over target length.

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Botheration. I put too much wood into the stove earlier. Does anyone feel like a sauna?

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