Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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June 30th, 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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