Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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September 14th, 2011

Soppy T-Pop is the answer.

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Time for supper so I can take my drugs, then reading that horrible Crikey rag. Then thinking how I can get to sleep quickly.

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@juhasaarinen I am very sure I can’t drink. Until 21/9. It’s both annoying and difficult.

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@The_Rooster I am reliably informed that uTorrent is one of the two most popular BitTorrent clients. I forgot what the other one was.

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Since I can’t drink, I’ve been watching Sky News. It’s most illuminating. And thought-provoking.

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I keep thinking that shabu shabu is something other than what it is.

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I’ve finished my afternoon at SophosLabs in North Sydney, and am enjoying the breeze at dusk before heading south again.

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In my look-see at Sophos House, North Sydney. Learning heaps.

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I am glad this photoblog exists. How do politicians’ media advisors even let this happen? arseh.at/l0l

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NewtonMark Why is it the role of an archdiocese to investigate rape allegations anyway? If a florist was accused of rape, would Interflora investigate?

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@isylph A fine idea, but alas you’re behind the news… no alcohol for me until 21/9 alas.

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In North Sydney. Too early, ‘cos I took a cab. But I’d have been too late if I took the train. Somehow that seems the wrong way around.

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RT @JonathonOake: Shall we call you Woodward or Bernstein? ;-) [Cherly. I’ll go with Cheryl.]

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RT @monkeytypist: Careful. There’s no sustainable business model for that kind of thing. [Yeah, I know, just ask my accountant…]

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RT @er5is: I think a snifter of whiskey from the hippy would be more appropriate ;) [Oh how very true, and so very desirable.]

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Mind you, “fact checking” was media liaison saying, “Sure, Stil, that’s in the release. I’ll email it now.” Kinda ruins the effect.

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Fuck. I just phoned someone to check a fact. That’s… journalism! I’m exhausted now I think I’d better have another coffee.

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@snarkle Ah, thanks, I see what you’re trying to do. But my MacBook Pro has no separate backspace key c.f. delete. I’ll survive the day…

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OH: “The pose is the meaning.” Oh you insufferable wanker!

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Mobile: Drop off washing; find breakfast spot; do some writing over coffee; remainder TBA.

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The “opportunity” is Wed 14/9 between 9am and 11am. Today. Email was sent at 9.08am. I feel so special. Last-resort is special, yeah?

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@Kimota Yeah, I can see editors jumping at that angle. “Hi, Readers, you are too fat!”

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“… which I thought might be great for your publication”? It’s a fitness survey. Which “my publication” is that great for, exactly? Twat.

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No, PR Person. Interviewing your client is not an “opportunity”. It’s more fucking work to do!

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@lukehopewell Thank you. It seems my only option is to be perfect in every way today. How hard could that be?

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Of course, I could eventually find time to have the AppleCare-covered replacement keyboard installed. But that seems far more inconvenient.

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My current workaround, for the previously-dead “9” key, is to have Keyboard Viewer open in the corner of the screen. I delete more than I 9.

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@lukehopewell Ah no, different question. Physical delete/backspace key is dead. I want to re-map another key onto that so I can backspace.

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In OS X, is there any quick way to map a command key shortcut onto being “delete” that works across all applications?

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Good. Everything seems to have come back except the “delete” key. And “9”, but that was broken before. I just need to type without errors.

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it. my eybor ut ecie to top worin. Incuin te “eete” ey. Ti i not oo.

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RT @GeordieGuy: Urgh. When you pepper your blog repeatedly with a key phrase for SEO, you sound autistic. [True dat.]

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There’s a meme there, @Dom_Innate. “I had a dream that I [verbed] over Keith Windschuttle. I mean who wouldn’t?” Choose your own verb.

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Wed plan: Write for CSO: a little web geekery for money, multiple clients; tour SophosLabs, North Sydney; invoicing; relaxing evening.

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@mpesce “Piss and vinegar”? You? So if… then… so… I would… No, that doesn’t bear thinking about. /cc @chris23

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@chris23 If Burning Man has taught us anything, it has taught us that @mpesce is powered by steam.

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RT: Me at CSO: “Infosec’s mega marketing misalignment mishap”, a small rant. arseh.at/l0b

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@mpesce “Dirty”? Sir, everything that is happening is happening in your own mind. I declare today International Solipsism Day.

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Hello, Wednesday, my shiny little friend.

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