Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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August 4th, 2011

I go. I have went.

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@S7U @mpesce I did a conference presentation about the gnome with tits. Actually the entire presentation was about tits.

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RT @mpesce: Your High Moral Tone involves a gnome with tits. [At least I acknowledge my tits.]

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@mpesce I had a High Moral Tone once, but people found it a bit whiney.

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RT: Me at Crikey: “Is voluntary internet filtering a crime?” http://arseh.at/9lq

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@ibbers Now I’m a tad skeptical of the “don’t eat the food” think. I ate streetfood in Bangkok and I was just fine. I grew up on a farm.

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@BernardKeane Is Digital Asswater the new name for Blackwater?

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RT @CriticalAlpha: Which of Chris Bowen’s forced flights are you on? [Do you think they’d tell me? I am but a puppet.]

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@BernardKeane Clearly “The Asswater Conspiracy” was implemented with Stuxnet II technology.

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@ibbers I thought you’d said “thriving underground car park” there for a minute. Struck me as unlikely.

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@BernardKeane I’m finally reading your cyberwar thing from yesterday and I’m concerned about these “ass water systems being contaminated”.

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@petedavo_au Am I likely to just “bump into” @DzirhanDefence in KL? Doesn’t he have a real job?

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It says here in this email that I shall be staying at Le Méridien Kuala Lumpur. http://arseh.at/9lx

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@jonrussell Good suggestion, but the event I’ve been invited to is in KL. And they’re paying, so…

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If KL isn’t as crazy as BKK, @jonrussell, then what’s the point of going? BKK’s sheer insanity is glorious!

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Arrangements have been made. Precisely 5 weeks from now I’ll be in Kuala Lumpur, 7 to 12 Sept. I know fuck all about Kuala Lumpur. A fungus?

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@ronmarkh Your question about ALP suspending members is probably better aimed at an ALP member, or a political journo. I have NF!.

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That little break after such an early start today worked wonders.

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Me at Crikey: “Is voluntary internet filtering a crime?” http://arseh.at/9lq

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RT @rycrozier: RT @tokyorich This Hitachi news release on the merger with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is classic. http://bit.ly/paIUVD

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Writing. I’m doing lots of it. On the article I have to write. Lots of writing. So many long, coherent sentences. No, you can’t look yet!

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Goodness no, @KlickPR, I shan’t be coming to anything that requires a Facebook account. klick.is/r3G9j7 /cc @Warlach

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Yay. Following the 1045 computer crash I’ve finally finished running backups and maintenance procedures and backups. At 1400, I may write.

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Now, @Mrgareth, you’re SO screwed if you’re ever caught doing that. Someone please set up a robot! Robots are good. Well, not the evil ones.

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RT @Mrgareth: Sending out an email as an alert about a blog update? Is that a bit like towing a car with a horse?

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I just received that email about a blog post, @rycrozier, and I’ll add that the blog post was hardly an earth-shattering revelation.

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rycrozier OK PRs, please DO NOT send emails to me every time your client updates their blog. I simply do not care. No one does. There, I said it.

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@glengyron The target audience at @ABCthedrum for Wright’s piece isn’t you. That was a useful string of observations for the masses, I say.

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You heard it here first: The NBN will go wireless and run on Windows Phone 7.

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Microsoft Australia’s security chief Stuart Strathdee also moved to NBN Co a few weeks ago. Can’t all be from Alcatel and McKinsey-KPMG.

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Wow. Cathy Jamieson @CathyJ, Microsoft Australia’s PR lead, is now NBN Co’s Group Manager, Public Communications and Social Media. Word.

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Denis Wright’s “The problem with LulzSec and other ‘hackers’” is worth a read, I say. http://arseh.at/9lm

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Nah, Google is a modern service-oriented corporation, @jamezpolley. If there were going to change something they’d have emailed me first.

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Maintenance procedures have commencified.

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Computer idiocy causes writing to cease.

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The Crikey story, it is filed. Now, for coffee, and the writing of the ABC story. Mr @GreenJ must not be kept waiting!

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“Google Plus, Inside Out” on @phildobbie’s “BTalk” podcast, with @paulwallbank and me. http://arseh.at/9la Dare we listen?

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An hour later, and comment about fistula vs fissure are still coming in. It does seem to have tickled people’s fancies. Now stop.

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Yes, thank you @stufromoz, but we have now moved on from the anal fissures to section 313(3) of the Telecommunications Act.

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Oh FFS! There’s a @prolapseSPY that picked it up and ran with it. We are no longer safe, citizens!

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RT @middleclassgirl: Fistula certainly refers to internal tear. Fissure is the result of anal tearing. [Ta also to @adavid @nigelwadsworth.]

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I was thinking of “fissure” too, @adavid, but is that right medically? It doesn’t sound painful enough.

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I want to say “fistula” but I’m fairly sure that’s not right. It’s not a “hernia”, surely?

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OK, for this Crikey piece I need the right word for the tearing that happens when you’re constipated and squeeze too hard. Suggestions?

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Thu plan: Write for Crikey; write for ABC; MOAR WRITING; project management on client webby work; reduce the embarrassing comms backlog.

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Good morning, Thursday.

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