Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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December 4th, 2011

@franksting No, I didn’t forget, but in the end I decided that the narrative flow worked better if I ended the way I did.

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RT @rachmw: well there’s an SEO tip in there for anyone really [Indeed. But what it actually IS is anyone’s guess.]

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That represents more than 3% of the search-generated traffic to the site, up there with “corey worthington” and “steve irwin jokes”.

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That explains why THAT post is still getting 80 to 100 unique browsers a day. That’s disturbing.

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Ah yes, @deconstructo @rachmw @caedwa @therevmountain, Google thought I was in Melbourne. Adjusted my auto-detect location and it’s #1 now.

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WTF? Google’s number 2 search result for the c-word in plural form? That can’t be right.

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RT @jasonlangenauer: But really, what’s a few more people who want to kill you? [Depends how many we’re actually talking about here.]

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@ScottRhodie I’m sorry I didn’t get around to talking to you for the podcast. It’s an… interesting group of people.

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Mind you, it’s only fair because there were quite a few of them I wanted to kill too.

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Suddenly realising that a few people from the CBS Interactive party will want to kill me tomorrow. Good thing I’m 100km from Sydney.

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@stavvers @jasonlangenauer Why the shock? It IS the first result, after all.

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New blog post: “MOAR PANELZ: Board with Security?” It’s a webinar [ugh!] on Thursday. arseh.at/ovc

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It’s true, @michaelmeloni, the crucial news story has been completely overlooked. arseh.at/ov2

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All these “Best news photos of 2011” lists, published so early, will be screwed if something like this happens. arseh.at/ov0

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Final plug: If your Sunday night is incomplete, there’s always “The 9pm Edict” episode 14. arseh.at/otj

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@natecochrane Tempted to add lots and lots and lots of patience.

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BTW, this is my view when I’m writing, usually. flic.kr/p/9WhgyV Or flic.kr/p/9DJDkb /cc @natecochrane @R_Chirgwin

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Excellent idea, @natecochrane, there’s such a range of possibilities too. /cc @R_Chirgwin @sylmobile

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RT @natecochrane: Maybe we should have a photographic meetup at the cottages? Kind of a shootout at the Chirgwin Corral. /cc @sylmobile [+1]

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@R_Chirgwin I reckon I can do much more atmospheric photos of the cottages. Existing ones are a bit real estate agent…

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BusyCal? arseh.at/out Looks interesting too, @BeauGiles, thank you.

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So, this is where I am right now. flic.kr/p/aQ6wXP @R_Chirgwin, the weather will be perfect for some more photos this week. Want any?

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@en_gy Shot at? Not at all. I really am merely “reluctant” to use Google Calendar. It’s a major shift in where my data lives. /cc @trib

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Fantastical? arseh.at/oup Looks interesting, @trib, but I work primarily in a full-week calendar to drag / balance blocks of stuff.

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You mean Google Calendar, don’t you, @mpesce. I’m reluctant. Seeing me search for goatpr0nz is one thing, seeing the bookings… /cc @trib

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F’rinstance, iCal can’t calculate how deep to make the strip of multi-day events so all are visible, so I re-enter “missing” events.

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Frustrated with the shitful bugginess of Apple’s iCal, really stupid interface things that should’ve gone by version 5.0.1 FFS.

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@paulwallbank @R_Chirgwin I’ll have to you know I’m becoming rather good and discerning when it comes to setting things on fire.

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@R_Chirgwin Sorry, got distracted taking a couple of photos. All messages noted, and possibly even to be remembered.

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Shooting the pilot for a new series, a follow-up to “Does it blend?” called “Does it burn?” Yes, it’s a lovely new rug, @R_Chirgwin.

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Setting fire to all the things.

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Oh. It’s going down to 5C tonight, and not much better for the two following nights. Methinks I might light a fire.

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@jasonlangenauer Unless there’s such a thing as sudden-onset glaucoma (tested last month), that we’re in Hazelbook suggests it’s a cloud.

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We appear to be inside a cloud.

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RT @bernietb: “Reasonable person”? Where does one find one of those? [Local Magistrates Court?]

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No, @sroc, the sign says “Surveillance cameras may be in use”. That’s about vision.

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@R_Chirgwin The Blue Mountains continue to amaze me. A clustering of bogans AND an over-sized carpet. Such richness of experience!

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… because it’d be fair to argue that a t-shirt slogan would not be construed by a reasonable person as being a warning sign, @bernietb

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An “I am recording your conversations” t-shirt probably doesn’t count as gaining permission, @bernietb, fine idea though it is…

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Ahem @RealNickHodge that is not quiet exactly perfect-precise with the whatness of my typing.

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I am so tempted to buy myself a short shotgun microphone for such occasions, except NSW Listening Devices Act 1984.

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The young gentlemen have alighted at Blaxland.

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RT @gilfer: @stilgherrian are you at the opera? [Now that tweet has cheered me up immensely.]

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OH: “He beat me in the fight, but he couldn’t beat me. She fuckin’ chose me, and the dog just doesn’t fuckin’ get it, the cunt.”

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OH: “‘Don’t you fuckin’ arc up at me you fuckin’ cunt or I’ll fuckin’ bash you,’ I said. He’s a fuckin’ dog, that cunt.”

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It having gone 5pm, with the shops closing, the teen males board at Penrith and debrief each other about their day.

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How the fuck can we have ANY “top N for 2011” stories when we’re not even past the first weekend of December? Fake, liar journalism FTL.

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OH, A: “I don’t think it’d be a very fruitful arrangement.” B: “Her mother’s an alcoholic.” A: “That’d explain a lot.”

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OH: “Robert’s a dickhead. We’ve just substantiated that. But what about Joanne, the one pregnant with twins? He doesn’t aim very high.”

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OH: “We can’t even have a night out any more because Karen might run amok and have a party.”

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OH: “At the end of the day, I can’t be responsible for everyone’s tickets. I have to compromise, and the best way is to say ‘Get your own.’”

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Two adult sisters, one with her daughter, argue in front of their mother. They compete for title of Most Careful When Driving Mum’s Car.

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OH: “I do not leave my house without foundation. Oh, no no no no no.”

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That mood my mother would describe as “shit on the liver”.

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Mobile: Tram to Chinatown; lunch; walk to Central station; train to Wentworth Falls; thence to Bunjaree Cottages. Timing flexible.

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@leslienassar @technologyspec It’s an audio thing. No video. I can dress any way I like. Or not.

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That reminds me. Thursday lunchtime I’m on @technologyspec’s “webinar” [ugh!] “Board with security?” arseh.at/ou8

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Must admit, @NewtonMark @RantItLouder, if I’ve ever used encrypted email it was so long ago that I have no memory of it.

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Agreed, @NewtonMark. “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.” Privacy is about social embarrassment. No-one cares what strangers think.

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RT @NewtonMark: Theorem: That people care about privacy from people in their personal circle who might be able to identify them.

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@NewtonMark Yes! A “take more responsibility for yourself” theme would also fit the ACC chief’s comments about crime. arseh.at/mdt

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@NewtonMark @RantItLouder Sadly I didn’t ask that specific question. The “… or fail” theme emerged into my head during editing.

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“Patch Monday” podcast filed. Tomorrow you’ll hear eBay’s global privacy guy explain how to get privacy right or your business will fail.

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@rossdawson @CollinKromke Wow, no price point between $0 and $100k/month? There’s a gap in the market surely?

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@MetaMikeBiggs I think in this instance your complaint should be directed to God rather than me. I have limited weather-control skills.

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@rossdawson @CollinKromke I’m assuming Twitter limits us punters to 4 days of search to 1. reduce load 2. differentiate a paid service.

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@rossdawson @CollinKromke You can access Twitter history through the API, and your own with services like Twitterscribe (@tscribe).

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Thunder? Orly?

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Starting the podcast editing, getting the grunt-work part done now because it doesn’t require much brainpower or me sounding nice.

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Sun plan, unordered: Produce “Patch Monday” podcast; return to Blue Mountains; try not to kill too many arsehats.

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I summed up my (work) week yesterday: “Weekly Wrap 78: Screw Klout, give me the food!” arseh.at/otv

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Adding further words and hashtags to TweetDeck’s global filter. Choosing to ignore your outrage du jour.

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