Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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November 2nd, 2011

This train is full of moths.

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@grechj For me the LightRadio cubes were about solving the 50m cell spacing without becoming a forest of towers.

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Right. Time to amble over to Central station and head back to Wentworth Falls. Seems like a long day for one presentation and one interview.

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@grechj Well, I’d never seen fibre and wireless as not playing nicely. There was always a bit of daft either-or in the early NBN debates…

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Interview done. Alice White and I spoke about quantum computing, photonics, immersive social media and more.

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RI is better than I would have expected here today.

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A packed lecture room 1.4.06 at UTS was rather lacking in oxygen and comfort, but fascinating stuff. Interview with Alice White shortly.

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Room 4.06: Inadequate leg room, no power outlets. Grrr.

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About to arrive at University of Technology Sydney for the Bell Labs presentations. There’ll be science n’stuff.

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There’s some great photos from @ApostrophePong taken as they did flood assistance in northern Bangkok. arseh.at/lw6

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Failing to understand Time.

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@NewtonMark If I mention computers, I get told how the anti-virus companies write all the viruses, which is why he doesn’t use anti-virus.

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Pro tip: Do not tell the taxi driver you work in the media. He will tell you all about Qantas. Everything he’s learned from Alan Jones.

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Mobile: Taxi to Wentworth Falls; 0931 train to Sydney; errands to Enmore / Newtown, if the train is on time; 1300 UTS.

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@grechj Ta for the heads-up. I’m guessing there’s lots of interesting stuff to absorb quickly.

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That said, “On August 28, 2008, Alcatel-Lucent announced it was pulling out of basic science, material physics, and semiconductor research.”

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Bell Labs certainly still exists, @jonoabroad, though it’s part of Alcatel-Lucent now. bell-labs.com

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Wed plan: 0931 train to Sydney; errands; 1300 Bell Labs event UTS; 1530 interview Alice White, Chief Scientist; return to Wentworth Falls.

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“Yes, cocaine causes memory loss. But if God didn’t intend us to have cocaine, why did He invent paper so we could write things down?”

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Yeah OK, Wednesday.

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