Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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August 25th, 2011

@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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Toast? Is this about some incompetent arsehat and toast? I’m gonna fucking kill the cunt.

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It would be fair to say that none of us are at our attractive best.

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Fire brigade arrives, we stand milling around in the street.

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This had better be good.

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“EMERGENCY! EVACUATE NOW!”

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