Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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July 27th, 2011

Early start again tomorrow. Enough written tonight to ensure I won’t be chastised. Time to go. Thud. Gone.

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@becjacobs Thank you. I must admit, I did get some minor joy out of mentioning layer 2 and layer 3 networks on “PM”.

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Sometimes the advice I receive is quite impractical.

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This writing thing is going rather more slowly that would be ideal. It’s quite possible my lack of sleep has something to do with that.

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OK, I now have to write some words. Quite a few words. And more words in the morning, even before 0900.

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RT @becadroit: Won’t all companies be linked to the NBN? [Well yes, precisely. “Linked to” is catch-all bullshittery.]

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Meanwhile has PayPal gone broke and taken the entire Western economy down as a result? No? Not yet? Wait another hour maybe? FFS.

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But the intro! “A company linked to the NBN” is like calling me “A person linked to Telstra” because they provide my phone. Grrr.

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Cool. PM’s story on the alleged hack of not-the-NBN highlights the difference between political and technical views. http://arseh.at/9dw

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@ma_ttie You’re right that such cases are rare. That points to police not having the resources to pursue. Plus they’re difficult.

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RT @xrobau: You can now say ‘How the fuck did you remember that’ 8) [Nah, no need to ask. I should’ve remembered too.]

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Oh of course, Skeeve Stevens. 3 years with 18 months non-parole. http://arseh.at/9dv Thanks, @xrobau

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My drinking companion and I believe that no-one in Australia has actually served a jail sentence for hacking. Suspended only. Correct?

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No, @jplonie, I think “don’t ask don’t tell” is about something a bit different. Anyway, it didn’t come up in conversation?

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Wow there’s so little Twitter traffic about the IBM event. What does that mean?

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You know that sensible rule about never going drinking with current or former military or law enforcement types? Well, yeah.

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Pulse 2011 drinkies, in a picture http://post.ly/2eJ0d

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OK, I have found the drinkies.

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Now, can I get a drink somehere…?

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I’ll be on after this item. They’re still writing my intro. Ah, live radio is such a joy!

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On hold for ABC Triple J’s “Hack” to talk about this Anonymous/LulzSec vs PayPal thing. Live stream at http://arseh.at/9dl

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I’ll be on ABC Triple J’s “Hack” at 1735 AEST or so talking this Anonymous/LulzSec vs PayPal thing. Live stream at http://arseh.at/9dl

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The headline in that previous tweet is a reference to the fine Dana Lyons song “Cows with Guns”. Enjoy. http://youtu.be/FQMbXvn2…

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Me at @zdnetaustralia: “IBM pushes Tivoli for cows and guns” http://arseh.at/9de

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Just recorded a quick 5 mins for ABC Radio’s “PM” on some hacking story or other, I can’t really remember what is was about.

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RT @rycrozier: She also wants you to write something. [That is also true. And she’s just gone to get me a coffee.]

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“You’re normal,” someone just told me. She’s deluded. Mind you, she works in PR.

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Using ssh to connect to a client’s hosting server.

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@rascuache I’m so terribly sorry for providing extra information for you and useful context for the rest of the people seeing the tweet.

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Me at @zdnetaustralia: “Skills shortage risks NBN benefits: NetApp” http://arseh.at/9d4

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@rascuache I’m covering for @zdnetaustralia but if you click through to my website you’ll get my full story.

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The video reinforces the Watson Personality Cult. Still, its hardly like it’s Apple.

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After the welcome from the bossfella, we have another video.

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@swearyanthony Yeah I know, this “NBN hacked” story is idiocy. I will be writing about this media stoopidity in Crikey tomorrow.

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The video is listing all of IBM’s inventions. We’re only up to 1937. This could take some time.

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God I hate these stupid corporate videos that start every goddam conference. I can watch TV at home, folks!

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@tweettomnow Nope, I’m at IBM’s Pulse 11 event in Melbourne. http://arseh.at/96c

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Thales have given me a small bomb.

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Oh very clever, IBM. Meeting room 2 is being held in matting room 12. Let’s play real-life CM maps!

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“Nurse! Xanax for Mr @R_Chirgwin, stat!”

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@jkerrison For a start, “the NBN” wasn’t hacked. Start from there.

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Wed plan: Write for @zdnetaustralia, an article now then coverage of IBM Pulse 11 http://arseh.at/96c … and that fills the day.

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If I appeared to be unreactive to tweets yesterday, my apologies. Batteries were dead most of the time from mid-afternoon onwards.

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@pipg44 I will Seek the Tudge later. I managed to make it through the night while Tudgeless. /cc@ j_hutch

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Ungone. And it appears to be Wednesday.

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