Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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November 15th, 2011

Having made my bed, I am lying in it.

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Your personal knowledge of “Gossips” disturbs me, @SnarkyPlatypus @corduroy

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What? There’s actually a wine called “Gossips”? Stay well clear, that’s my suggestioomn.

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There are kookaburras. No open shops, but plenty of kookaburras.

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@cinderella_oz Erm, the train is on time. As is has been every time I’ve caught it, except the one day a disaster area was declared up here.

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Christ this is taking forever.

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BennettArron I’ve pitched the show Celebrity Cull, in which a talentless person from TV is hunted down and killed. Who’s your choice?

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Crossing the Nepean.

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Yes, @jasonjordan. Unfollowing. That’ll really show them I mean business.

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I would like to feel important. Is there anything happening in the world that I can endlessly retweet?

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Train passes Granville. No-one killed yet. They should consider themselves lucky.

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Alright I’m going to the station now stop harassing me.

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OH: “The first kangaroo I saw I shot. I didn’t really know how to skin it properly, so I ended up with a skin the size of a bathmat.”

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OH: “Do you know what’s really impressed me about Australia? The kangaroo scrotum bags. You can see why male kangaroos are respected.”

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Shaking my head at someone’s completely dysfunctional internal business communication.

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@SnarkyPlatypus There is nothing convenient about salad.

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Careful Twitterers will note that I haven’t caught the train to Wentworth Falls yet. Salad comfortable chair cider something something.

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“An Interview with Travis Tyler, Head of e-Channels, St George Banking Group” arseh.at/mup

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RT @leslienassar: I wonder which bajillion-follower Twitter took @BankofMelb’s money to socialamate their internets? [Stand by…]

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The great thing about you, @firstdogonmoon, is that you never lie or even exaggerate, not even the tiniest bit. /cc @NickHodgeMSFT

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OH: “Oh don’t pay any attention to that stupid cunt. He’s Irish.”

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Amused by @BankofMelb’s encounter with @firstdogonmoon. I’m sure it will end well.

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Oh. On ABC @1057darwin I said Google had insisted Salman Rushdie be called Ahmed Rushdie. It was Facebook. arseh.at/mum

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@MichaelTunn Yeah, Darwin does seem to have a certain effect on people. Is it just the heat, though? The bongs must do some damage too.

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@leonward Here’s a direct link to the podcast. arseh.at/mss

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Ah, I love talking to the Northern Territory folk on the radio. They’re such an irreverent mob.

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On hold for ABC @1057darwin to talk Google+ names policy etc. Listen at arseh.at/5il

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@CapricaStar I haven’t ever been to Darwin. They just phone me from time to time. Welcome to the future.

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Actually, I wonder if the CBS Interactive RSVP form is immune to SQL injection attacks? Well, there’s my evening mapped out.

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RT @jeamland: Register as “Vic Gundotra”. [Yes, I think I might do that.]

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Oh. I see the CBS Interactive Christmas Party RSVP form demands that I have two names. I am clearly held in such high regard.

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@jonoabroad They’ve just gone to a Lisa Mitchell song. Whoever she is. It’s Darwin. Weird things happen.

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I’m talking Google+ names policy etc on ABC @1057darwin at 1550 AEDT / 1420 ACST. Listen at arseh.at/5il

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Mobile: Train from Circular Quay; work in hotel foyer; do an ABC Radio thing; following train to Wentworth Falls. Probably. Unless waylaid.

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Apparently I’m meant to be talking on ABC Radio… somewhere… soon… and some time they’re emailing me. Except I have no email.

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Out table agrees, salad and NetSuite saves the world. There’s a chance some of us may have been drinking a little.

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I see that @gusworldau is tweeting pics of our lunch.

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NetSuite is about to announce that they’re working with Google on Chromebooks, partnership with SecurePay on local credit card transactions.

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@courtney_gibson It’s a fixed menu for us. No snow eggs.

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At Quay Restaurant, on NetSuite’s tab.

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Craving. Salty food, and not what you just thought @SnarkyPlatypus.

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erinrileyau While we’re at it, let’s remove anti-single provisions in the tax code. Relationship status shouldn’t change how the government treats you.

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It appears that some of you are familiar with “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”.

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That’d be me then, eh @charispalmer? Well, my Twitter profile does say…

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RT @charispalmer: Blergh, when journos tweet about fancy restaurants paid for by vendors I think of prostitutes boasting about fancy hotels

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Mobile: Checking out; quick email catchup in the foyer; train to Circular Quay for 1200 lunch.

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Oh FFS, OS X Lion, does an email window really have to do a little jump to the left when I hit the “Reply” button?

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RT @iain_chalmers: So did Sourcefire specifically mention patching Drupal? ;-) [Hah! Just mentioning Drupal caused @alexgkirk to laugh.]

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@NewtonMark Hmmm… Just tried “man mh” but OS X says “No manual entry for mh”. /cc @max_au @R_Chirgwin

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Quick shout-out to the person at the data centre company who just sent their media contact list to… their media contact list. Hi. [waves]

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Gosh that last tweet resulted in certain people revealing their age, eh @NewtonMark @max_au @R_Chirgwin?

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I think we should take all the graphics off the internet, @R_Chirgwin. They don’t serve any purpose.

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Me at CSO: “Shock analysis: most cybercriminals are stupid” arseh.at/msx

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RT @swearyanthony: I thought you made money from cybercrime by setting up expensive conferences about it? [True dat.]

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Great tip! How to legally make money from Cyber Crime. arseh.at/msw HT @stopthewar83

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CSO story filed. Now, to figure out how to fit all this shit, and all the new shit, back into the suitcase.

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Google launches BigQuery, “Big data analytics at Google speed” arseh.at/msv

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RT @swearyanthony: Why is there a Pew Foundation but not a Pew Pew Pew Foundation?

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Oh. Apparently today’s lunch is at Quay Restaurant. I suppose I can cope.

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“Patch Monday” podcast: “Everyday malware is everyday criminals” with @alexgkirk arseh.at/mss

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My irony detector just exploded.

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“Patch Monday” podcast filed, finally. Yes, it’s Tuesday. Shoosh.

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Three, “Global cyber war treaties urgently needed: Bruce Schneier” arseh.at/ms6

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Tue plan: Write two brief articles; 1200 lunch Zach Nelson CEO NetSuite; train to Wentworth Falls; planning / invoicing en route; shopping.

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Thank you for your Tuesday concerns and/or interest, @en_gy @cinderella_oz @stufromoz. Your comments have been sent to the relevant area.

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Two, an article by @LiamT that’ll appear at CSO Online later this morning. I’ll tweet a link when it’s up.

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One, @crikey_news’ “The War on the Internet” panel @BernardKeane @mpesce @BarrettBrownLOL at 1230 AEDT. arseh.at/ms3

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It’s War on the Internet Tuesday today, methinks. I’ve spotted a theme in the stuff in my inbox this morning.

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This Tuesday thing. I’ll go along with the gag for now but, be warned, I’ll be keeping my eye on you. No funny business, alright?

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