Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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August 2011

Wed plan: Very little that’s productive, but rather attempt to rest and re-sync my sleep patterns. Remainder TBA.

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Still pondering the extent of today’s plan.

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I saw the sun set, I saw the sun rise, and I’m not sure how much actual sleep I got in between. If there was any, there wasn’t much.

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@SamsaraFilms Yes, I’m told that good “sleep hygiene” means not taking mind-occupying things to bed.

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@SamsaraFilms I haven’t tried Serequol but I’m a bis skeptical of “no side effects” No such thing, I’d have thought.

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@SamsaraFilms Thanks. Scattered sleep patterns are a PITA. But then some people have far worse burdens, I suppose.

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This insomnia is really starting to shit me.

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So, sleeping in to 3 or 4 hours past my planned wake time means I’m still wide awake now, eh? Triffic.

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@pc0 Hah! I’ll have to see how my schedule looks closer to the event. I seem not to be doing as much about startups these days.

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@cbkyeoh I guess it depends how trusted Google wants its identity system to be, but I reckon they’d eventually aim at payments.

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@MorleyMarkus Hmmm. You’d match standard style rather than follow someone’s express wishes? I’d record names as used by the person.

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@AndrewBartlett @soniaahhh My Crikey piece today doesn’t sweat at all! Explains the real names thing. arseh.at/kqu

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@cbkyeoh Sure, Google only seems to be querying “unusual” names now, but Schmidt has now flagged that verification will come.

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Thank you, @benrhughes @Sheilsie and yes, @spotmanoz @A6581, that appears to be the purpose. So misleading us? Hmmm…

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RT: Me at Crikey: “Google+ is a goddam Trojan horse”, they’re building an identity service. arseh.at/kqu

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Right. I think the fire is sorted. Now to work on this comms backlog. And this Koonara Angel’s Peak 2006 Coonawarra Shiraz.

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@R_Chirgwin Yes, the bark those trees shed is wonderful kindling / firestarter material. I shall now stumble in the dark to collect more.

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@DokterW Thank you. I should probably investigate Diaspora more closely, yes. Though I usually don’t play with alpha/beta software.

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@PointZeroOne If I was forced to live with Loki as the choice, well, I could do worse.

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Maybe I should use the fire-boosting technique I used as a child. arseh.at/346

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If you had to equate me to a god today, Promethius would not be the most appropriate choice. The fire is struggling somewhat.

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Right. I am going to start a fire now.

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@RealNickHodge Having a large number of legs isn’t particularly clever. It’s just legs, repeated.

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Yes, Receptionist, of course I have your email address. YOU’VE BEEN MY CLIENT FOR TEN YEARS AND I PROVIDE YOUR EMAIL!

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Flies really are quite stupid.

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@mrtiedt I admire your ability to consume a healthy meal without moving, though it seems to lack something of the gourmet experience.

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Reading the rest of Crikey and eating noodles.

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@Solution_Focus In general, though, I think identity tools are better provided by firms dedicate to that, not ones that trade in profiling.

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@Solution_Focus I have no opinion about convergence.io because I hadn’t heard of it until your mentioned it just then.

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Well that was a wider variety of comment back about Andrew Bolt than I’d expected! There’s something in there about recreational outrage.

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You lot really are Andrew Bolt’s bitches, aren’t you! Every little thing he does, or doesn’t do, and it fills your day. FFS grow some!

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Me at Crikey: “Google+ is a goddam Trojan horse” arseh.at/kqu

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Tue plan, belated: Clear embarrassing comms backlog; manage client webby work; planning & research for my writing; quiet evening.

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And of course I just spotted a typo. Whoever thinks writing for a living might be wonderful should just put their head in an oven now.

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Crikey story filed! Yay! It either has too many metaphors in it, or no where near enough. I think I’ll have another coffee.

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Right. I’m sure I have to interact with other people at some point. I’m sure I have other deadlines. But right now I am writing for Crikey.

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Ta for sorting that embarrassing edit, @lukehopewell @screelman … I have recalled the letter bomb. Pray Australia Post is efficient.

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@sophblack Oh. Right. Yes. Well. You shall have some words, then. And they shall arrive just as soon as I have written them.

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Uhoh. It’s Tuesday. It’s very Tuesday. I appear to have over-slept.

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@benmcginnes @davidgerard I’m a bit worried that Diaspora seems to been seeing security as something you can add in later.

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Slowly becoming aware that tomorrow week I leave for the Kuala Lumpur gig. That snuck up quickly. arseh.at/kpe

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@benmoretti No, I certainly won’t be taking credit for the failure of Google+ because I didn’t really do anything.

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Right. Concerns about Diaspora’s security and coding quality. Confidence is not instilled. arseh.at/kqh HT @davidgerard

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@benmcginnes Yes, I suppose Diaspora could really gain here. If people ever move from Facebook.

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@benmcginnes I had assumed the Googleslaves would’ve understood Scottish intercaps, but not others. But some of decisions have been daft.

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“Google+ is failing”, it says here. Traffic is falling off. arseh.at/kqg HT @GTRoberts

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@benmcginnes That’s quite a damning observation about Google+, Sir! I must admit, the more I’ve thought about it the more it’s .

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RT @vealmince: Pfft. Who cares? Google signed up 20 million users, of whom about two dozen still use the bloody thing. [True enough.]

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This whole Google “real names” thing seems to have really kicked off. Perhaps I should do an update tomorrow, eh @sophblack?

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RT me: “Patch Monday” podcast: “Google’s real names a real disaster” featuring @Skud arseh.at/kq2

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@nanopunk “Fappin” is a good thing to be, right?

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Oh. Forecast minimum tonight for Katoomba is 6C. It’ll be the same here at Wentworth Falls. I may have misjudged the situation.

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RT @fictillius: Alcohol lowers your core body temperature. [That’s OK then. I’ll pretty damn hot to begin with.]

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@jonaholmesMW Sydney was delightful today, wasn’t it! I’ve just spent 12 days in Sydney, came back up here this arvo until Friday.

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@NewtonMark I should’ve grabbed some whiskey while I was in town Oh well. I have wine. I will survive.

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Thank you, @retrogrrl @BeauGiles @andrewdotnich, wine shall be opened. I shan’t mull it, that takes ages and I’m actually not a big fan.

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@roneo Kelly’s, like others, has had Magners in bottles and Bulmers on tap for some time. They’re first in Australia to have Magners on tap.

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So, if I can’t be arsed lighting a fire tonight, I can counterbalance the potential cold with wine and cheese, right?

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Dear Newtown people, draft Magners cider, the first test batch of 5 kegs shipped from Ireland, is now at Kelly’s on King. It’s rather nice.

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@smange Indeed. But it’s worse in this case because failing to respect people’s name choices is the entire point of the piece!

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@GreenJ Something is prevent The Drum comments from appearing? Surely that’s a feature, not a bug?

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“Please note that danah boyd’s name is in lower case, as it is,” said my edit notes. Sigh. The arsehattery still has my name attached.

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It’s rather ironic that in the words around my podcast on respecting people’s names a @zdnetaustralia sub-editor has capitalised danah boyd.

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I have arrived at Bunjaree Cottages. Rosella Cottage is all clean n tidy n stuff. We can soon fix that!

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Thank you for your interest, but no further correspondence will be entered into, @jasonlangenauer @bengrubb @duncanriley

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RT @ma_ttie: You could always just claim you’re testing it for, um, “work purposes”? [Well, I WAS doing that! $200 per hour plus cabs.]

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Wow. Grindr really kicks off as soon as you’re west of Strathfield! Erm… allegedly.

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Mobile: Walk to Newtown station; 1543 train westbound; change Strathfield; train to Wentworth Falls, arriving 1746; shops; cab to Bunjaree.

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They’re playing “Eye of the Tiger” already”? Gawd.

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@R_Chirgwin It all sounds most unpleasant. You should get rid of all those trees.

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@R_Chirgwin Is there anything I need to know about the plumbing disasters and/or septic tanks?

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One side effect of having a leisurely lunch on this lovely Sydney day is that I’ll now arrive in Wentworth Falls after sunset. And cold.

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@GLComputing Oh, as mentioned in an earlier tweet, the draft Magners cider tastes crisper than from the bottle. I assume that’s a CO2 issue.

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@GLComputing Yep, the entire point of this exercise was to get the actual Irish-made cider here in kegs.

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RT @juhasaarinen: I thought you were a pony man when it comes to cider drinking. [Only on pension Thursdays.]

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@benmoretti The publican has kept me in the loop as this keg deal was being worked out. It’s taken more than a year.

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@benmoretti Oh I already regularly drink Magners pear cider, and yes it’s lovely.

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OK, that’s enough internet pluggage for one free fuckin’ middy of cider. Even it was an historical moment.

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@GLComputing Um, I suppose they would be from Suntory. I didn’t stay to chat as my lunch had just been served.

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It is brewed in Ireland, @GLComputing. No licensing deals. This test is about the kegs for such a distant transport run.

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So far it’s been in bottles, @GLComputing @Tamarajawad. The Magners reps just brought in the first kegs. It had to pass food safety.

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Kelly’s on King in Newtown has just taken delivery of the first test batch of 5 kegs of Magners cider. As opposed to bottles.

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It makes a difference too. Magners is a crisper taste when it’s from the keg rather than the bottle.

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I am currently drinking the very first glass of draft Magners cider to be drunk in Australia by anyone ever. And it is lovely.

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RT me: “Patch Monday” podcast: “Google’s real names a real disaster” featuring @Skud arseh.at/kq2

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I have just been offered the first samples of the new batch, free of charge.

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@benmoretti I don’t know that a *work* by the Lunar Calendar, well, not any more than any other mammal. But I do pay attention to it.

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@franksting Oh I get so many pointers to Good Stuff from followers, yes. A vital part of doing media these days, I’d have thought.

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The New Moon is coming up at 1304 AEST. That means I can start the new cycle over lunch. That’s most civiilised.

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@bastardsheep Oh I’m glad that “Patch Monday” worked for you. I’d slept in and was only awake 10 mins before recording @Skud’s interview.

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Errands completed. Who’d want to rush them on such a glorious (nearly-)spring day?

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@franksting I say that in the full knowledge that I suspect it will expose me as an arsehat ridden with memory loss.

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@franksting Please may I offer the excuse in advance: It’s Monday morning. Now, WTF has Derek Sivers got to do with anything?

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Mobile: Check out; walk to King St; Enmore Rd; King St again; somewhere for brunch and some work. Everything shall be relaxed.

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“Patch Monday” podcast: “Google’s real names a real disaster” featuring @Skud arseh.at/kq2

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@franksting I consider it part of my life’s mission to ensure that is known as widely as possible.

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Mon plan: Errands Enmore/Newtown; plan the week’s writing; plan September; train to Wentworth Falls; shopping; quiet night.

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@JustinQ Well we can’t have just ANYONE subscribing to the RSS feeds, can we?

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Yes, @JustinQ, there’s RSS feeds for “Patch Monday” and other @zdnetaustralia stuff at this annoying-to-find page. arseh.at/kpz

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Supposedly we live in a digital world yet after spending just 12 days in one location I’ve collected so much physical shit! Trashing it now.

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If I were about to have a day, I’d be tempted to call it “Monday”.

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New blog post: “Weekly Wrap 64: Unexpected schedule changes”, with gratuitous photo of Leichhardt Town Hall. arseh.at/kps

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@kdelarue It appears that Google’s implementation of their names policy is patchy and inconsistent. To say the least.

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Being reminded, once more, that the very important thing that was broken can probably never be repaired.

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“Patch Monday” podcast filed! It’s a chat with @Skud about the Google+ names policy mess, and will appear mid-morning tomorrow.

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New blog post: “Talking 20 years of the Web on 1395 FIVEaa Adelaide”, with audio from Wednesday. arseh.at/kpn

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New blog post: “Talking Steve Jobs’ resignation on 3AW”, with audio from Thursday. arseh.at/kpm

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Sun plan, unordered: Write 2+ blog posts; complete “Patch Monday” podcast; wash clothes; start planning September; sloth. Subject to change.

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@DanielleWarby Oh lovely! And how is SFO treating you this evening?

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Sunday? ALready?

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“The internet: when the frontier closes” by @BernardKeane, I recommend you read it. All of it. arseh.at/kpi

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@nickobec Yep, a name like FNU LNU makes you suitable only as a minor character in The Wire.

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Agreed about the FNU acronym being silly, @peter_tonoli, and yes, quite Seuss-like.

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@ApostrophePong I have found a SEKRIT Thai diner that I will keep SEKRIT so people don’t know where I am.

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I find it quite odd that Thai boat noodles have become a comfort food for me.

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New blog post: “Visiting Kuala Lumpur for Kaspersky Lab”. Any suggestions for my visit? arseh.at/kpe

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@peter_tonoli Yeah I saw some similar posts about people accidentally triggering the FNU magic cookie. Seems it can really screw you up!

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New blog post: “Stilgherrian versus Google, Round 2” arseh.at/kpb

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@retrogrrl I think it’s good advice never to g to Canberra. I am not very good at following good advice.

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Sadly @leslienassar so far none of these events have covered “how to wage a badass cyber-war”. It’s as if only other people would do it.

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@retrogrrl I certainly hope we don’t have silly costumes. But it’s Canberra. You can never tell.

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Looks like I’ll be in Canberra 14-15 Sept for the 2nd National Cyber Warfare Conference. arseh.at/kpa

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So that HTTP Basic Authentication problem? It wasn’t any such thing. It was PEBKAC. Sigh.

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@jeamland Yes, the spirits are bloody angry. HTTP Basic Authentication asks one user to re-enter password every time and I forgot the cause.

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How did the decisions I made over the last 15 minutes end up with me dealing with a problem that includes “AuthMySQLEnable on”?

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I think I should probably do a spot of work after all today. I just realised it’s only 10 days until I head to Kuala Lumpur.

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The interview with @Skud is recorded. “Patch Monday” will be assembled tomorrow, however. I shall now blur back into Saturday blurriness.

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Sat plan: 0900 interview @Skud for “Patch Monday”; collapse, leaving the edit until tomorrow; rest; remainder TBA.

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Saturday, having slept in. Oops. This’ll be interesting.

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@Anthony_Caruana Oh dear… sorry… but… um, what can I say? I guess it was my turn!

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Ah excellent! My tickets for Kuala Lumpur have arrived. Thanks for your corporate largesse, Kaspersky Lab.

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Oh. I forgot to mention that I declared TGIF some time ago. Please abandon your expectations of consistent tweetage.

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@Skud Aha! Stuff that’s off my current radar, which explains why I don’t know @puzzlement … well hi there! [waves]

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@Skud I have never encountered @puzzlement before. The avatars are some kind of spooky action at a distance.

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@Skud Oh indeed! I’ll be letting my thoughts come together on this one overnight. It should be fun! /cc @jdp23

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@jdp23 Your wish is granted. I’m recording the interview with @Skud tomorrow.

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And the SEKRIT meeting is over. I have the Data.

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Briefing session done, Skype extinguished. Preparing myself for the SEKRIT meeting.

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Experiencing 4 minutes of calm before my 1500 telephone briefing. Well, via Skype, actually.

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RT @magia3e: That URL is a bit of a mouthful! [True. Maybe it just died of shame.]

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Hah! The website for the 2nd National Cyber Warfare Conference is, erm, offline. safeguardingaustraliasummit.org.au

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@franksting I think I’ve now got some time up my sleeve for discussing the cybercrime legislation, but I’m just checking with the Senate.

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@chrisjrn Oh man! That stuff will really fuck you up! Better cut down completely, or quadruple the dose.

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@Tarale @posty Scroll back a few tweets to see the current state of play. I haven’t gotten around to writing it up yet.

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@chrisjrn Sorry, what drugs are you on, exactly?

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@Skud Hey would you like to chat with me about for the “Patch Monday” podcast? Record today or tomorrow?

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Actually I should probably do the “Patch Monday” podcast on Google+ and the Names Policy debacle, eh?

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@bastardsheep I haven’t given much priority to chasing Google ‘cos it doesn’t affect me much in practical terms.

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@bastardsheep I haven’t written it up, but Google said they need documentation for my name, but this still means a surname of “.”.

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@jeamland Well, I’ll have to mention the Apple thing in the news summary, it’s kinda big news. I will actually comment on it.

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Pondering “Patch Monday” topics. Cybercrime legislation? Facebook and undercover cops?

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@sylmobile No, you may not throw your loose ends in my direction. I have an ample sufficiency, thank you very much.

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@bastardsheep Oh I mentioned this earlier. By Monday there’ll be no need for further commentary on Mr Jobs. I do need a topic though.

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Fri plan: Plan & produce most of “Patch Monday” podcast; 1500 phone briefing (topic?); 1600 SEKRIT meeting; clean up loose ends; TGIF.

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Me at CSO: “Online health records at risk from malware” arseh.at/kos

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@TatteredRemnant Hmmm… I was thinking to avoid everything Apple in the podcast, but then maybe I should… sigh… decisions…

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Hmmm… My challenge today will be sorting a topic for the “Patch Monday” podcast without production drifting into the weekend.

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Oh hello, Friday. This’ll be interesting!

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@EnsignR LOL! Yes, you seem to have missed my entire battle with Google about this, and the story going global. Oh well.

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@EnsignR Well I write it as one word because it is, well, one word. You’re kinda behind the news here… arseh.at/8w5

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@EnsignR I fear your students may have been led seriously astray!

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@EnsignR But it’s not my “handle, it’s my name.

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@EnsignR Hah! Cheers, except I am the exact opposite of anonymous online!

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@RealNickHodge Thank you. Those radio spots are kinda fun to do.

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And… that radio spot is done too. I think I might unwind now, given the 0500 building evacuation. Unless there’s MOAR RADIOZ.

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On hold for 3AW Melbourne to talk Steve Jobs / Apple with Tom Elliott. Live audio at 3aw.com.au

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Listening in to 3AW before I’m on. Topic: prison sentences. The stereotype of talk radio is true, it seems.

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@jonoabroad Thanks very much. I’m glad that a quickly-written piece managed to “work” in some way.

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“Jobs well done: the Apple master’s curtain call” by @mpesce at @ABCthedrum arseh.at/kof

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@jmacmullin @abcgoldcoast @bernyoung I rather did like the siren, yes. Pro tip: Close the door next time!

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Oh hold for @abcgoldcoast to chat Steve Jobs / Apple with @bernyoung. Live audio at arseh.at/8gb

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Clearing my head for the first of the afternoon’s radio spots, in a few minutes. As usual, I’ll tweet links to audio streams as they start.

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OK, by 3AW radio spot has just been moved to 1630 AEST. Any other changes, World?

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@ZacDavies Maybe we need a better formula for indicating that the subject of the story is speculating.

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I’ll be talking Steve Jobs / Apple on Melbourne’s 3AW at 1730 AEST too. Live audio at 3aw.com.au

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Indeed, @SophieAG, same implications for ASIO, and for witness protection programs.

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Me at CSO: “Has Facebook killed the undercover cop?” arseh.at/kod

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Second CSO story filed. Whew! What an annoyingly intense morning of writing after too little sleep.

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@mikey_pants At most news outlets the headline is written by editors rather than writers, though suggestions are made.

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@mikey_pants As I said to @kofeyh, I did not write the headline.

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@purserj Tim Cook has been acting CEO since January, which is how long Jobs has been on medical leave. And yes, last extended time as well.

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I didn’t write the headline, @kofeyh. Contributors usually don’t write headlines. Well, they sometimes suggest them but it’s not their job.

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Hmmm… Is that a good headline I wonder? Tim Cook is not quite an unknown as such, but then that is Teh Phear. Whaddayasay, @crikey_news?

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Here’s me at Crikey with an obligatory thought-wander on Steve Jobs’ resignation as Apple CEO. arseh.at/ko9

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Ah. I’ll be on @abcgoldcoast at 1545 AEST talking, you guessed it, Steve Jobs. Live audio at arseh.at/8gb

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Crikey story filed. What next? There seems to be a queue of requests backing up.

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Right. I accepted the commission. I now have one hour to write something interesting and, ideally, different, about A Certain Resignation.

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CSO story filed. And now on to a Crikey thing, quickly.

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Thu plan: Write for CSO, Crikey, CSO; maybe MOAR writing; 1500 interview; 1600 SEKRIT meeting; TGIT? All subject to sudden change.

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Thank your your toastsympathy, @JonDeeOz @jasonlangenauer @stufromoz … the disruption has kinda ruined my day.

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“At least it’s not raining,” says an old woman. I’m not so sure. That would at least wash away the blood.

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The fire brigade has declared it safe. We stumble back inside. Everything smells of… burnt toast.

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