Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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December 1st, 2011

OMFG he’s dressed as Wilfred and… um… it is such a tu… no, shoosh.

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You people are weird.

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RT @safzoro But are you on a horse? [Not yet.]

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The CBS Interactive partay, at which I shall soon arrive, will be tasteful and well-behaved. [nods]

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I’m not on a boat.

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I’m on a boat.

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@Skud @paulwallbank Heh. Care factor re Sensis is zero. I just don’t see a flood to Yelp, but then I’m not really the target.

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OH: “I was singing at a wedding. No, not a wedding. What was it? Oh, a security conference.”

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@Skud @paulwallbank I see how Yelp is perhaps “better” than competitors, but just how big a deal is it? Sensis-saving? THAT big?

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@Skud @paulwallbank Hmmm. Fr thiso recommendation stuff, I just ask on Twitter. I don’t think I use any recommendation sites.

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“A dying Yelp for Sensis?” I reckon @paulwallbank has the truth of it here. bit.ly/ug3PfF

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And we’re done. Where’s lunch?

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5 mins to showtime.

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Just been told. Phones off to prevent radio mic interference. I can’t see your tweets.

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We’ll be live from 1230 AEDT with “Bringing the Cloud Down to Earth” at arseh.at/oej

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Miked up. Way, way too early.

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Attempting to enter Sydney Convention Centre.

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@bastardsheep As it happens, I’ve been considering a podcast of random interviews.

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Ah, they’re heading to the suburban platforms. I haven’t got time to mount surveillance today.

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“Should we take our ties off?”

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“Oh you’re going to make me walk to another platform now, aren’t you.”

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Sorry, folks, show’s over. Arriving at Central station. Mind you, I suppose I could tail them…

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“I tell you who loves me, REDACTED’s secretary. She’s taking me to lunch. She has a few favourites in her world of lunch.”

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OK, someone must now be able to tell me where these guys work. NAME AND SHAME!

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“When you do it on TA9 you then have to look for the name of the employee because they own that client. Do it on EN1.”

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RT @oberonsghost: OMG… [St George] HO hasn’t been in Hurstville for nearly 20 years. [Shall I lean over and let him know?]

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DOES THIS MAN EVER THINK ANYTHING THAT HE DOESN’T THEN SAY OUT LOUD? I DO NOT THINK SO, GERALDINE!

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“I looked at a little one like that, at Artarmon, but it was next to the railway line. I don’t think I could live next to the railway line.”

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[looks out window] “I think I know that road. I think we’re near Ashfield or something. But all the houses are like that.”

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Having sudden flashbacks of this moment. Can’t imagine why. flic.kr/p/axRLTK

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“I mean, hold old is your grandfather now? And he still goes for a walk every day! How good is that? You’ll live a long time.”

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“She could actually talk, like you and me. She could talk and have an actual conversation. But you’re going to live a long time…”

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“Hurstville? That’s where St George has its head office, yeah? George and the dragon, or whatever it is. Is that Hurtsville?”

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“She’d told everyone not to dress up for Parramatta. So I decided to dress down a little.”

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“I notice Travis didn’t have his tie on today, did you notice? You and I were the only ones with ties on.”

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“Have we got time to go to my favourite suit shop? I want to buy a new suit while we’re there.”

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“Melissa just emailed everyone in the team to clear everything that’s dated up to the 31st.”

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“My uncle used to do that. Whenever they built some town houses, they kept one for themselves. One of the nice ones.”

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“So you pay most for your apartment? That’s the most expensive one? Which way does it face? Does it face a nicer way?”

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This chap is now itemising in vast detail to his colleague everything the strata fee for his apartment has to cover. Excruciating detail.

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“Is it reverse cycle? My mum has reverse cycle and it’s fabulous!” Note: This guy looks about 45yo.

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“So tell me where you’re getting air conditioning in hour home, you luck bugger! Which rooms? I’m jealous!”

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“It doesn’t stop everywhere, does it?” I DON’T KNOW, WHAT DID IT SAY ON THE DESTINATION BOARD, YOU ARASEHAT?

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One of them clearly doesn’t catch trains much. “Oh this is like going home! Is this the train you catch home?”

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Two blokes in charcoal suits discuss the injustice of being dobbed in at work for parking a Mazda RX7 in the wrong spot.

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If only crossing the Nepean could be done like that, @miss_shinylockerz.com/s/160912778

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Lovely @timdunlop piece about budget deficits and media narratives. arseh.at/opb

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RT @engochick: It’s your last day to enter in your techfail photos to win a prize. bit.ly/twLbvb [Qantas PJs? EVEN MOAR BETTEROR?]

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Perking up, suddenly.

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@piecritic @R_Chirgwin I wouldn’t expect the High Court to have a decision before Feb/March.

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OH: “As long as I’m not travelling backwards I don’t mind.”

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Crossing the Nepean.

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Why do I need to tell Mr Zuckerberg, or anyone else, that I’m RSVPing to your event? “Tell us on the Facebook page” no fuck off.

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RT @vealmince: They must’ve seen Koyaanisqatsi. Perhaps you are part of a slow-motion montage depicting urban decay. [That’s my life there.]

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For some reason, Phillip Glass is being played quite loudly at the other end of car 9177. Old people look concerned.

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Looks like I will have to break out the laptop once I’m on the train. I detect a bunch of work about to unfold.

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Oddly enough, if there is such software in every Android, it’d probably be illegal. is.gd/56yRFD HT @BernardKeane

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How did that carrot get there?

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Mobile: Verandah; cab to Wentworth Falls; 0837 train to Sydney Central; walk to Sydney Converntion Centre, Darling Harbour.

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RT @PointZeroOne: in that case you should give it as many options as possible, turn the tap on. [No, I’d never impose a Great Big New Tap.]

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RT @PointZeroOne: just pick the spider up [I’m clumsy. I don’t want to break the spider. Plus I’m providing it with market choice.]

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Explaining to the spider in the sink that the wooden spatula I just placed near her/him is so they can climb out at their leisure.

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@BernardKeane Just did a news search on Trevor Eckhart, seems I’m late to the party. He’s been following this one for ages.

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@BernardKeane There’s a small Wikipedia entry arseh.at/op9 and I could list plenty of tech companies using it.

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RT @eddit0r: It’s all about support timezones. [True enough, but it seems… selfish.]

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@BernardKeane Oh I just saw someone tweet itm, but it’s common enough in the tech industry to have Americas, EMEA and APAC (Asia-Pacific).

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Trevor Eckhart reckons he’s spotted software built into his Android phone logging keystrokes. This could be big. arseh.at/op8

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I love how companies lump together EMEA as a region, as if Germany, Iraq and Kenya are all kind of equivalent.

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Pondering where to spend the weekend, and how that affects plans for the month.

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The 1230 panel is a from the Sydney Convention Centre. Yes it’ll be webcast. arseh.at/oej

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Thu plan: 0837 train to Sydney, work en route; 1100 call for 1230 live panel; 1600 IIA Nautical Policy Party; 1800 CBS Interactive party.

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@BreakfastNews I daresay the “moves” are Samsung’s, not the Federal Court’s. But, you know, I’m just sitting in bed.

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Let me rephrase that. Hello, Thursday, you busy and interesting day, you.

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