Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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August 15th, 2011

I’m actually quite amazed at how many anagrams there are of “Clinton Units”. arseh.at/9v0

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RT @droyad: OH: When NBN comes round all the hipsters will totally be into copper “My digital downloads sounded ‘warmer’ over ADSL”

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@ambiej Add a Logitech USB noise-cancelling headset mic, approx $60. Does it HAVE to be thru the phone?

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@ambiej I use Skype for the telephone interviews I want to record, and ecamm’s Skype Call Recorder software. Digital beginning to end.

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@BernardKeane I just thought of a good anagram of Clinton Units…

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@nanopunk I have it on good authority that it’s better not to have accidents that result in painful injuries. Just a thought.

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RT @rowenaboggle BREAKING: Miranda Devine responds to criticism - bit.ly/11HEMg [Yes, I am stooping this low. It’s deserved.]

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RT @nanopunk: Last time I was there, I was unconscious on a dirt track two hrs later. [Good to see you understand the local pastimes.]

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Mobile again: Brief walk to Lawson station; 1551 train to Wentworth Falls; shopping; return to Bunjaree Cottages.

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ALP fixer David Feeney, “cheerful, chubby and fresh-faced, like a well-scrubbed piglet”, says @ThePowerIndex. Lulz. arseh.at/9ur

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Orange roughie for lunch.

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“Nuclear families”, @mpesce? They’re a Victorian invention, IIRC. Split working-age adults from older folk to make them easier to relocate.

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RT @GeordieGuy: Did you want me to blog about how they were due to , and you can retort? [But they WERE caused by that!]

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That is how op-eds work, right? Regardless of what happens, point out how it’s all explained by your usual framing.

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I am clearly an inadequate op-ed writer. I have yet to blame the UK riots on LinkedIn and inadequate broadband speeds. I am inadequate.

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RT @oliyoung: it’s obscure, you wouldn’t have heard of it. [Hah! Indeed.]

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RT @jeamland: How about “bad haircut”? [That lacks a certain wit and style, really. More your dull, lumpen payout. You can do better.]

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RT @annetreasure: Hipsterling? Ironiclet? [Also inneresting versions, thanks. Ah, but so many others to reply to! Ta, all.]

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Oh I do like Chipster, @AchillesOfSyd, and Hisptween has its good points, @Warlach, thank you.

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I don’t think “private school student” can be right, @jeamland. I mean, I’m fairly sure I’m not a hipster. Venn diagram fail.

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@leslienassar Oh, no, I meant the diminutive form. Like lamb is to sheep.

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Gothling is to Goth as X is to Hipster. Please solve for X.

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Mobile: Walk dirt track then Railway Pde to Wentworth Falls; 1231 train to Lawson; lunch at Blue Mountains Hotel; remainder TBA.

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@franksting Indeed. I have thought a bit further along that this, but my little plan doesn’t fit into a tweet.

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@franksting The trick to telling more nuanced, complex cybersecurity stories is, I think, deciding to tell them. Not reacting to news cycle.

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@franksting Oh? Have I failed to thrill you today? Well, last week… I wrote that more than a week ago. Maybe it’s stale.

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@jamesnsmith Erm, comment moderation is nothing to do with me. I’m not a ZDNet employee. Or anyone’s employee.

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Mon plan, clarified: A coffee, then wandering to another town for food and shopping, and a hope I’ll spend less time in the bathroom today.

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@jamesnsmith Gawd. Those comments on the “Patch Monday” web page are seriously… odd. And not in the usual way. arseh.at/9um

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Crikey’s new stablemate @ThePowerIndex with Paul Barry @TheRealPBarry has launched. thepowerindex.com.au

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Hmmm. Gut still upset. I’ll be taking it very slowly today, methinks.

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For impatient souls wanting the “no use for NBN speeds” bit, it starts 7min 50sec into the podcast. arseh.at/9um

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“Patch Monday” podcast talking NBN and broadband with @TurnbullMalcolm now at arseh.at/9um

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@CassPF Oh do please DM where you work and I’ll formally complain to them. Some censorware just blocks every site running WordPress.

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Corrected link for National Cultural Policy discussion paper and its illegible PDF. arseh.at/9uk /cc @CassPF

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Oh THAT heavy-breathing rabbit! A nice eggcorn to start the day…

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Whoever “designed” the National Cultural Policy paper should have a text on legibility shoved fair up their arse. arseh.at/9ukd

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Mon plan, unordered: Plan the week’s writing; @CampaignMonitor template; errands; client webby work; work on conference presentation.

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“The Privacy Processors: How social media is re-manufacturing our identities”: @paulwallbank on the LinkedIn thing. arseh.at/9uj

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I could have perhaps gotten a photo of that antechinus over there, if the little bugger stayed still long enough. And if I had a camera.

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New blog post: “Weekly Wrap 62: LinkedIn and Hacking edition”, late and with no picture. arseh.at/9ui

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Monday. Shaky. But only a little fever.

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