Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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February 24th, 2012

Reducing attention paid to the internets.

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Production meeting ends, must head to CBD sorry @expectproblems

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Me at @zdnetaustralia: “Google search bias: the eternal PR battle” arseh.at/sue

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“Rudd has put the NBN in mortal danger”, writes @zyzzyvamedia. Not that he’s a troll. arseh.at/sub

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@Steve_Collis I’m trapped in the boot of a late model sedan and I tweet in hope of imminent rescue.

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So, if Rudd wins and Conroy has been slagging him off, Conroy gets sacked, right. Whither NBN, asks @phildobbie. arseh.at/sua

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“Are small vulnerabilities the real enemy?” writes @mukimu, who attended the SEKRIT briefing. arseh.at/su9

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RT @johnemcintyre Just excised “nixed” from a story, because it’s no longer 1940. [Hear hear!]

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Having arrived early, I shall
wait until our bistro table^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H meeting room is free.

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Arriving early at the pub^H^H^H conference centre.

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RT @franksting No. Cookies from EIGHT third party sites. I blocked the sites before I counted the number of cookies. [I stand corrected.]

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See! This avatar works!

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RT @purserj You mean we’re in Lemon Party territory? [Surely that’s more a Coalition scene?]

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RT @purserj: So has the Labor Party finished ripping itself a new one yet? [Oh it’s beyond goatse.cx now.]

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Mobile: Train to North Sydney for a 1300 long lunch^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H vital production meeting.

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Eight 3rd-party cookies at guardian.co.uk ain’t that many, @franksting arseh.at/no7

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@SnarkyPlatypus Yes, that’s exactly what I said. More or less.

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The “poignant” thing? Try arseh.at/su5 Ping @chakko

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RT @docbaty: OH: We’re going to have to grease the fuck out of it. [Not related to my previous tweet, but then why not?]

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If you use the word “poignant” in news I will ram this standard lamp so far up your arse you’ll be auditioning for roles as a lighthouse.

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Let’s try again. @michaelneale’s linkage to how Dodo’s routes and Telstra’s compliance broke the internets. arseh.at/su3

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@nephstar Nope, there’s no connection to Dune or the character Stilgar. I did read Dune, a long time ago, but that’s the end of the link.

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michaelneale On telstra outage: “Dodo told Telstra that Dodo was the rest of the Internet. Telstra Believed Dodo.” lists.ausnog.net/pipermail/ausn

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OK, I have pants on and I am writing now, so that’s enough from all of you.

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@nekonoir Yes, that’s the second half of the story. The answer to the “How” bit. Sorry for not explaining the entire universe in one tweet.

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True, @chrisbrownie @engochick, tho I wasn’t assigning blame anywhere there. Just observing the interconnectedness.

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How a broken router at a… erm… “budget ISP” can screw up the internets for all of us. arseh.at/su1

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It’s not a competition, you know.

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I’m fairly sure this helps. youtu.be/c98qdFQF7sw

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RT @sabinewolff: OH MY GOD WHAT IF RUDD AND TURNBULL FORMED A *THIRD PARTY* AND EVERYONE HELD HANDS AND SANG ABOUT RAINBOWS

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I’m starting to think that @expectproblems’s cider strategy should be extended to 24/7.

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Fri plan: Complete article for @zdnetaustralia; lunch meeting North Sydney; “Patch Monday” podcast production TGIF. May be reordered.

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I hope someone is going to take responsibility for all these suicides.

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When will this stop?

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Hello, Friday. Bitch.

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