Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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July 7th, 2011

Excellent. “Alternative 3” (1977) is on the Internet Archive. http://arseh.at/8pd

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That all became too much like work. I’ll fix that immediately.

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@fridley No commitment has been given yet. I will speak to you during the sober hours. Tomorrow.

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@jeremybrown I think I might have to speak directly to a Myspace-using musician. If I can be bothered.

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You’re right, @GTRoberts, I see that @fridley has bene making good use of Google+ and… oh look! Here he is now!

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RT @JohnBirmingham: @thepurler Hitler liked brussel sprouts. [I like brussel sprouts too. I assume I’m Hitler, therefore?]

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Well, lots of opinions, but no-one indicated a desire to be on the podcast. I’ll deal with it tomorrow when my care factor returns.

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As an aside, how many people who poured their lives into Google+ read the T&Cs? Or asked those they linked to if they wanted to be involved?

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RT @leslienassar: Looking at the people who’ve added me on Google+, it’s almost exclusively and media. [Almost ditto.]

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I’ve stared at Google+ about six times and thought, “This is precisely the ‘compile all the links’ act that benefits who, exactly?”

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This is the media, @jeffsonstein, we want everyone to have both completely adopted the new thing and passed judgement on the very first day.

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@ibbers It’s a field trial / beta test. One arbitrary limit on the audience is as goo as another. Too much tea-leaf reading in all of this.

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Also… and I suspect this is a long shot… is anyone actively using Myspace? If so, I’d like to talk to you.

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This may come as a shock, @leslienassar, but I’d be seeking viewpoints and opinions other than my own.

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@ibbers Your threshold for “interesting” is clearly somewhat different from mine.

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I’ll probably ask that question again tomorrow, when you aren’t all busy shouting at the television.

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Has anyone explored Google+ sufficiently to feel confident talking about it for the “Patch Monday” podcast?

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Well, that was a far less productive day than I had perhaps hoped. But I do think I’ve avoided a cold, and the ached and pains are over.

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Blue Mountains declared a natural disaster zone. http://arseh.at/8p9

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RT @charltonbrooker: Judging by the trajectory so far, today’s the day we discover they hacked Anne Frank. [My mood improves. Thanks.]

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Thu plan: Map out my writing schedule, finally; chose topic for “Patch Monday” podcast; start on said writing schedule; quiet night.

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Ah yes, @yeebok, my existing Google account, where I get into a fight over what my name is. Sigh.

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Professional curiosity, @mazzaknights? Not really. I haven’t used Facebook in over a year either. My curiosity seems to head elsewhere.

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@lukesolar I guess if you already use Gmail then Google pwns you anyway. Or use Chrome. Or search for anything, ever.

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I haven’t logged in to my Google+ account yet and, you know, I don’t have any desire to. I’m in no rush to hand over more personal data.

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Fursday begins. I believe the Mountains did not blow away.

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