Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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June 7th, 2011

@joelofarc is the Mumbrella360 conference today and tomorrow in Sydney. http://arseh.at/7lh

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Grammar fail.

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For some reason I am mesmerised by @overingtonc’s leather boots, which sit beguilingly across the aisle. On her legs.

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@clintonduncan It did strike me that Hywood’s answer was rather long. Defensive? Well, Crikey has been critical of Fairfax.

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@en_gy is the Mumbrella 360 conference, today and tomorrow in Sydney. http://arseh.at/7lh

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Hywood has answered critical questions with “It’s early days” several times now. Sounds more like hope than business strategy.

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RT @clintonduncan: Live Hywood’s dismissive tone when considering the thoughts of consumer over his own opinions

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Hywood: You don’t create a product to serve a market, but a product to serve a technology in the expectation of a market.

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The Age and SHM apps are being downloaded at 75,000 per week.

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Hywood stresses that they have over-arching brand like SMH to different products, print and online.

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Hywood: Why would you put the same news mix in print and online? They’re different demographics.

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Greg Hywood, CEO Fairfax, is being interviewed by @mumbrella in this session. Will be writing up my reflections later. m360t3

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RT @jasonlangenauer: @stilgherrian Are you some sort of doctor these days? [Well, some sort I suppose, yes.]

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Maybe if @firstdogonmoon and I have a drink or two momentarily the rash will be suppressed.

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I should’ve mentioned that @firstdogonmoon gave me a big hug as we met for the first time. The rash will break our in three days.

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@Stacey0 The sessions I’ve been in this afternoon have been quite good. YMMV, of course.

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This session is on how Twitter has changed TV, with the audience talking back. Be afraid.

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If this presenter says “magical” one more time I shall stab him.

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RT @switchedonmedia iPhone users worth $9.50 [You’ll get more if you render them for their body fats.]

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RT @Steve_Lockstep Does say “cataracts” to anyone else? [Oui.]

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Mind you, I think that just says, once again, that I’m far from the middle of the bell curve.

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Clearly Buuna’s target market travels in a very different was from me. Last thing I want is to go where’s popular.

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“Gamification.” Drink!

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@MetroScreen I’m fairly sure you meant to use the tag

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@trevoryoung Hashtag is for the whole conference, and is for track 2 etc. There’s 4 parallel sessions in place.

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@iBleeter I don’t have hard numbers at all, but I do know RSA’s SecurID is used in a lot of banks, govt departments etc.

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Met at @zdnetaustralia: “Less pep talks, more stick on cybersecurity” http://arseh.at/7rm

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Me at Crikey: “Santorum’s presidential hopes face a sticky problem” http://arseh.at/7rl [Paywall’d, free trial]

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In ur conferences eatin ur sandwitches.

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Having your hashtag trend globally is not a goal or achievement in and of itself, marketing arsehats!

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Mobile: Bus down Parramatta Rd to Hilton Hotel, George St, for Mumbrella360 conference afternoon sessions. http://arseh.at/7rg

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Did I just accidentally delete a voicemail? If you phoned me in the last hour and I didn’t call back, please phone again.

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OpenAustralia’s PlanningAlerts now lets you comment on a Development Application straight from their site. http://arseh.at/7rf

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@matthewlandauer I had not seen your thing, but I will give it a plug right now, thank you.

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@NickHodgeMSFT I am not going to fall for your trap.

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And that’s the @zdnetaustralia opinion piece filed. That was a remarkably productive morning.

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Damn. I fell for it.

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Having my humans rights suppressed by Crikey fuels my rage, which I’m now feeding into my @zdnetaustralia article. Swings, roundabouts etc.

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It’s gone way beyond the c-word, @purserj. The very essence of the article has been removed. I think essence is the right word, in context.

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Apparently I am being censored. I believe that’s the word we use. Censored.

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RT @jeamland: Does it involve custard? [It’s kind of along the lines of custard. Different colour. Different viscosity.]

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I just thought of a way to make my Crikey article worse.

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But did you actually use the c-word in your yarn, @BernardKeane? Though, @sophblack, did I get to use the c-word? Or is that a surprise?

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Crikey story filed. That was a slightly weirder experience than normal. It will also cause my editor nightmares.

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Tue plan: Write for @zdnetaustralia and Crikey; visit Mumbrella360 conference http://arseh.at/7lh ; evening TBA.

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Nope. It just doesn’t look like I’ll be able to write this article without at least one reference to bestiality.

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It’s worse than cucumbers. Far worse.

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OK, so I just got the weirdest writing commission ever. I’d better make a coffee.

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Hello, Chewsday. There’s two ways we can do this…

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