Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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July 16th, 2011

If I were a jellyfish, I’d both overcome gravity and not have to worry about suspending disbelief while watching this irritating TV program.

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Gravity shits me sometimes.

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RT @nanopunk: http://twitpic.com/5qwk90 [This city called Sydney can be truly glorious sometimes.]

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@danielstone Yes, Adelaide and environs is/are home town, but I’ve lived in Sydney for 16 years now.

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@SoftenTFU A very worthy project. But your “About Us” page has precisely ZERO information about “us”, i.e. you. A flaw, IMO. Who are you?

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@danielstone What are you doing in Adelaide? And besides, what are you doing in Adelaide?

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Like complex Rube Goldberg set-ups? Try this promo for (I think) a Canadian photographer. http://youtu.be/qKpxd8hz…

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Here’s a fine lesson in crime reporting from @johnemcintyre http://bsun.md/rtkzsP

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VB is “the beer of the NRL”, says that poster? Well that explains everything that is wrong in the world right there.

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RT me: New blog post: Could “Stilgherrian Live” return? http://arseh.at/8zw [There are… conversations.]

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@oberonsghost No, there was a whole site at mumbrella360.com.au, but that now just redirects to one page at mumbrella.com.au … sigh.

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RT @sylmobile: A drizzle of olive oil? [I’ve searched the Bureau of Meteorology website. No explanation forthcoming.]

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Grrr, @mumbrella! I just went to the Mumbrella360 website to confirm something from the program, but the site’s gone! Memory hole FTL.

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Yes, “on message politicians”, @reselsnark. If all politicians do is “deliver messages” then we could make do with answering machines.

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Political lobbying HOWTO: Just make shit up. http://arseh.at/907 HT @roooney83 See also “statistics laundering”. http://arseh.at/886

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Revised and MOAR BETTEROR story filed to CSO. Whew!

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@beneltham Hah! You ask me to summarise the story and I now realise I buried the lead! I am such an arsehat. Re-writing now…

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What are those dolls called that say the same thing every time you pull their string? I think the Attorney-General is one of those.

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Agreed, @OhCrap. I replace “cybercrime” with “online crime” when they’re not quotes, but always leave one in for keyword matching.

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Seriously, Robert McClelland, you don’t need to tell us that cybercrime is “inherently transnational” in every goddam media release.

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CSO story filed. Unexpectedly, but there was actually news buried in an otherwise boring-as-fuck media release from the Attorney-General.

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RT @juhasaarinen: You are a dirty Google+ denier. [I am. And I know that the dirtier I get the more you love it.]

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I feel dirty now.

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Edelman also has a new version of their TweetLevel “influence” measurement thingo. http://arseh.at/905

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Edelman has launched BlogLevel, yet another bloody “influence” measurement tool. http://arseh.at/904

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In marketing? Obsessed with your position on Top N lists? Edelman’s “Top 50 Media Marketing Blogs in Australia” http://arseh.at/903

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@nanopunk Happy Birthday! Has the vodka appeared yet?

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New blog post: “Google knows what people don’t like” http://arseh.at/8zz

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Sat plan: Catch up on comms backlog; edit core interview for “Patch Monday” podcast; remainder TBA, but probably something lazy.

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What if Rupert Murdoch had never been born… by Fry & Laurie. http://youtu.be/n1aZcsY-… class=”at”>@deanoganog

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New blog post: Could “Stilgherrian Live” return? http://arseh.at/8zw Maybe I just need a drink.

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[Insert Saturday here.]

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