Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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March 23rd, 2012

I suspect that the chances of getting to where I am meant to be in 15 minutes in 15 minutes are vanishingly small. Nevertheless, here I go.

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Me at @zdnetaustralia, from yesterday’s iappANZ “Identity and Privacy” workshop: “The Facebook experiment” arseh.at/tcg

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So Medicare WILL let me live in a postbox and the system should not have prevented my automaticalifying the money. Bah.

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Blood drained, orifices explored. Now, to the Medicare office, because they won’t let me live in a postbox.

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Waiting. Patiently. Because I am a patient. Der.

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@case_pres Well, I’ll wait for the doctor’s assessment. He’s a Professional.

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@macleanbrendan I feel that we’ve given the punters altogether too much information today.

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Mobile. From this place to that place.

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Yes, removing pants. When a gentleman reaches a certain age, certain annual rituals are instituted by one’s doctor.

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RT @scottpettet: Pants and shirt unnecessary for Darlo. [True enough, and the pants will come off at my destination anyway. Thanks.]

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@0x1C “Mate” is a bit strong for me from @caseyjohnellis’s viewpoint though. He’s met me once, I think, plus a couple of phone calls.

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@0x1C @caseyjohnellis As usually happens, a careless headline frames people’s perception of the whole thing. Assuming they read it all.

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@0x1C @caseyjohnellis Thank you, that reminds me that the headline still hasn’t been flipped from “fact” to “RSA opinion”… story is clear.

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Story for @zdnetaustralia filed! It’s @engochick’s problem now. Meanwhile, I shall locate pants, and also a shirt, and head to Darlinghurst.

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Awaiting editorial feedback.

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I must concentrate on this thing I’m writing for a while now. I must make it be something other than complete chaos.

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@AndeGregson OK, I’ll leave it with you. I have a thing to write. Thanks, folks. /cc @Tuna @venessapaech

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Or, “Destroying your world,. tweet by tweet, like by like”? /cc @Tuna @venessapaech @AndeGregson

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Ah, @Tuna, may I suggest a variation, “Destroying your world, one tweet at a time”? /cc @venessapaech @AndeGregson

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@AndeGregson My mum’s not the best choice, she’s completely technologically illiterate. ;) But yes I get the point. /cc @venessapaech

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@venessapaech I like the tag line, but I reckon “differential privacy” would cause eye-glaze for the average punter? /cc @AndeGregson

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@AndeGregson Oh hello, Sir, you’re still up. Well, I’ve emailed you a few variations, and I’m not overly fussed what eventually gets used.

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I like “Twittering away your privacy”, @jeamland, c.f. “frittering”. But no “arse”, @purserj, it’s a family event. Yes, I’m presenting.

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Stuck for a title for my thing at DigitalMe. arseh.at/t8r Maybe “Tweeting your way to a privacy disaster”? Seems lame.

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@PennySharpemlc Heh! Yeah, it was a great discussion yesterday, but just how the story comes together is another question entirely.

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Trying to figure out how I can write coherently about yesterday’s iappANZ event on Identity and Privacy. This is my morning.

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@AKFRU Ah, the 1970s feminist position. Did it work for you? I was just confused.

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@AKFRU Sorry, what’s sexist? I assume it was something I said last night?

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Fri plan: Write about yesterday’s iappANZ event; provide bios & presentation summaries to various event people; 1500 medico Darlo; TGIF.

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Hello, Friday.

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