Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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March 18th, 2012

In fact that’s made me so angry I’m going to take a break so I don’t take that anger into my 2100 recording.

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Fuck, I’m MASSIVELY appalled by that attitude! “Oh, it probably won’t work so why bother?” With human life? What a complete and utter cunt!

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@DrjftGaming You have evidence for that claim? You have a problem with increasing the odds of someone’s survival? Or are you just a cunt?

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RT @jplonie: Rest easy that at least it will be on YouTube 2 mins later. [Good, as long as the important things are covered.]

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RT @michaelneale: I am sure that people standing by letting you die will be entirely due to lack of first aid knowledge. [Oh gee ta.]

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My question for you, yes YOU tonight: Do you know how to perform first aid up to CPR? No? So, you’ll fix that tomorrow, right? Good.

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… which makes me shit-scared that if I ever have a heart attack or stroke or get injured that’s the end of me, as the clueless stand by.

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I’ve been in so many situations like, say, someone needing immediate first aid where I’ve been the only on nearby who knows what to do…

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That’s frightening, @hopeinhell. I mean, there’s nothing dish-specific about knowing how to clean an object!

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RT @hopeinhell: i had a 24yo housemate who didn’t know how to wash dishes.. she’d hold one end of a chux cloth and swirl the other on them.

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I grant you the point about cultural differences etc, @smperris @helenperris, but it still scares the shit out of me. I despair.

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Dan Kaminsky @dakami reckons there’s 5 million hosts vulnerable to the nasty new Windows RDP attack. arseh.at/t9j

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People can reach adulthood without knowing how to cook sausages and potatoes? Jesus wept!

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@trevoryoung I ask in all sincerity. Why do you even need ANY of those things in your life? /cc @loupardi

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RT @ozdj: Read to the end. Great sign (not withstanding the spelling). twitpic.com/8xw90u [Also, BACK UP YOUR GODDAM DATA!]

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Setting fire to things.

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@garthk Well, you could just stick with something more realistic in terms of where they sit in the social hierarchy, like “kitchenhand”.

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@garthk If you do feel the need to wankify it into another language, then the original Italian “baristi” is almost bearable.

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@garthk Bah! You’re speaking English. The plural of “barista” is “baristas”. It’s the wankification into pseudo-Latin that’s uncouth.

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In fact, the cool thing is that it’s security-aware guys explaining issues that almost every internet user should have a think about.

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Three months later, the “Patch Monday” podcast security wrap for 2011 is still a damn good listen. Lots to learn. arseh.at/p6o

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@Bridie_OD Please just hand that stuff to the police. They’ll get it back to her, and also make sure banks etc are notified and she’s OK.

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RT: Me at @CSO_Australia on the launch of the Cyber Defence University Challenge. arseh.at/t87 Jeff from Alice Springs is unhappy.

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@crispin_harris Thank you for the typo-spotting. That’s been fixed now.

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@NewtonMark “Stop the tape!” can be a powerful edit technique. In hindsight I should’ve done a full explanation of N-factor authentication.

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Just confirmed: “Patch Monday” podcast will cover that nasty Windows RDP security hole with @ChrisGatford @caseyjohnellis and some canvas.

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@NewtonMark Hah! I don’t know about needing a shower but I was certainly amused by Art Coviello’s “four factor authentication”.

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@caseyjohnellis And doesn’t that show the dodginess of those damn things!

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Also, if I can think of some way to make life more miserable for everyone with minimal effort, I’ll do that. An infographic, maybe.

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Sun plan: Whimper, and hope the heartburn that destroyed the night does not return; feel sorry for myself; produce “Patch Monday” podcast.

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I think that, as a society, we should rise up a kill every single person who’s assembled random factoids and called it an “infographic”.

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@hannahcommodore SMEG as “social media expert guru” is reasonably established now, don’t see how adding “head” would improve. /cc @piawaugh

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