Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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March 1st, 2012

“Overtopping” means…? Oh, never mind.

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One can but hope.

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@carlagrossetti I’m not sure that is such a interesting story when I can just call room service. /cc @JohnBirmingham

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@CassPF I do find that most “This is silly to classify” commentary comes from folks who know nothing about this history of such stuff.

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@CassPF You can track which units are working overtime by analysing lunch lists, which tells you whether an op is on or not.

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Hah! Some bastard has emptied the Pringles can, stuck two UHT milk things into it to disguise the weight loss and put it back in the drawer.

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OH, A: “I was in the Sutherland Shire yesterday…” B: “You keep saying that as if it’s something to be proud of.”

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@OlbrychtPalmer Oh Dear God, I’m not up to doing television…

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As usual, a run-through of what Blackhole can do is causing jaws to drop.

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: @JustinDMcDonald Your boss sounds punchable. [I concur.]

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: Do people actually like doing large spreadsheets? [Some people like doing anything large.]

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So @bigmac will now tell us how screwed we are.

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Australian Law Reform Commission’s report recommending a new content classification system now available. arseh.at/syy

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Current session is “on background”. I’ll be quiet.

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RT @NadaYPuesNada: I typed ‘Useless Children’ inti Facebook (an Aussie band). It suggested ‘Pubeless Children’. [Eek!]

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Russia, Ukraine have as many in tertiary education as Aust, highest corruption levels of any decently-connected country.

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In 2002 FAPSI (NSA equivalent) was disbanded. “Many” infowarriors went to work for organised crime.

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I’d forgotten that Vladimir Putin used to be deputy mayor of St Petersburg.

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Stephen McCombie providing a crash course in the history of Eastern European organised crime. HORSETHIEVES!

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OH: “Spamhaus? Yeah, I’ve been on that.” Oh alright, it was me.

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RT @grantshow: Joomla is a gateway CMS. [In the sense that Excel is a gateway chainsaw.]

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The world’s first phishing attack was against CBA on 17 March 2003, we’re told.

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Having trouble with the (non-)syllogism “We don’t know the risks, therefore this is evil incarnate.”

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I am not trolling.

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Arriving at the Marriott Sydney Harbour for

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OH, customer: “Should I get USB 3?” Staff: “Does your computer have USB 3?” Customer: “It’s a Mac. What’s the thin one called?”

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Prancing flouncing man wears t-shirt what says “Queen”. Correct.

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@franksting Already sorted, mate, see you shortly.

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@bigmac Sorry, Sir, I’m heading down. Watch out for more spooks.

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@Informa_Oz Thanks. I always email folks links when I publish stuff. Much appreciated.

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@mukimu Well, I’ll see you there for some of it. Just rearranging my days now.

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@Informa_Oz And thanks for the last-minute thing. I know how annoying it is but found I was going to be in Sydney after all.

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Who’s handling media for ? I wish to be an inconsiderate arsehole and do a late registration.

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@franksting There is always networking drinks later. ;) I’ve just looked at the program. Maybe I should pop in later.

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@mukimu Are you covering the Cybercrime Symposium today and tomorrow?

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“I’m Being Followed: How Google — and 104 Other Companies — Are Tracking Me on the Webarseh.at/sysNz H@jayrosen_nyuyu

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@franksting It’s quite possible that the event you’re at would drive me to drink.

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Yes, young lady, you can indeed just out 3pm checkout on the system and go away. [smirks]

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Smirking at the passive-aggressive call from reception. “Do you need any help with your luggage?” Young lady, I AM IMPORTANT DO NOT RUSH ME.

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Just to make it clear, @bigmac, when events you attend are full of spooks, not all of them are there to monitor me.

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“Cultures of Surveillance” with Prof David Lyon tonight 6pm at Uni of Sydney. Free. arseh.at/syq

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Thu plan, belated, unordered: Deal with comms backlog; various errands to CBD / Newtown / Enmore; change hotel before tonight; evening TBA.

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Instead of Windows 8, Microsoft should’ve just released a Windows 7S. They’d have got more media coverage that way.

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If Gerry Harvey is irrelevant, why are you reading, linking, commenting and tweeting about the man? YOU ARE SUCH LIARS!

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firstdogonmoon Today’s advice comes from the internet: 1. Keep your trousers on 2. Do not fall in love 3. Drink heavily 4. Kill everything

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@miss_shiny These facilities are only for LOCAL people. These are LOCAL facilities.

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Pondering staying in Sydney overnight because tired.

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Oh bugger. I forgot about . I knew there was something else I intended to do today. Oh well, you’ll cope without me.

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“Robot Quadrotors Perform James Bond Theme”. Yes. That’s right. arseh.at/syo HT @BoingBoing

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RT @DrMiaow: I may just have to build a nest of rocks around myself and hiss at anyone that gets too close today. [Sensible plan.]

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Is it safe to look at the news?

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Today we are all symbols of rebellion and youth. arseh.at/syn

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