Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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May 2012

@net_hues True, I am a pussy of little brain. Oh wait.

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There’s stuff happening that I don’t understand…

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So @marcfennell has successfully recorded his Download This Show show, with @jendudley and me “helping”. It was… disturbing in places.

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OH: “It wouldn’t be radio unless somewbody lactated.” So this is going well…

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So @jendudley @marcfennell and I are looking for the condom… at the ABC… shoosh.

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It would appear that I am at ABC Ultimo and Telstra Next G is a tad overloaded in the data thingamy.

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@purserj I not only know what a symbolic link is, I know the difference from a hard link and what an inode is. Also, I am old.

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@semiboganman @piawaugh @marcfennell I think you’ll find that the program has alrerady been planned, given that we record in 37 minutes. ;)

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Mobile: Check out; stroll to ABC Ultimo for recording session and a meeting; stroll back; check in to a different hotel; open the wine.

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@semiboganman @piawaugh Oh this isn’t for the “Patch Monday” podcast. This is Mr @marcfennell’s thing at the ABC on Proper Broadcast Radio.

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Hah! I was just told by a PR “I think everyone who works in tech PR is aware of who you are”, and it ALMOST sounded like a compliment.

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@piawaugh @semiboganman Ah, well that’s useful news, thank you, but our recording session at the ABC starts in an hour. ;)

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Oh botheration and fiddlesticks, I am running a bit late.

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RT @franmolloy: @stilgherrian wrote about this many years ago - good data mining: theage.com.au/news/Icon/Mine… [Thanks for that, oldie but goodie!]

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@R_Chirgwin @Daniel2384 @iiadamogrady @peterhau @jfeathersmith Ta for them, will probably skate through them as I’m after newish things.

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Ah yes govhack. Thanks, @semiboganman. Any projects that stand out for you? Or should I just trawl?

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So, since I’m always whinging about the evils of data mining, what are some cool positive examples? There must be some, right? ;)

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@BarrySouthgate Oops. Sorry, Barry. I didn’t quite hear the intro and, well, I fail at popoular culture. Great performance. Thanks.

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Yes this is a Peroni shut up.

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OK, I am going to mingle and fondle the pebble-inspired technology.

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@PointZeroOne This was my version, but it’s slightly wrong in a couple siblte ways. crikey.com.au/2012/03/28/app… /cc @joshgnosis

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@PointZeroOne No, the LTE issue is ‘cos Australian LTE operates on different frequencies. @joshgnosis is the full bottle.

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The media release for the Galaxy S III has arrived. Can’t see LTE in the specs for Australia. No surpise there. Or am I wrong?

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@Catichka Samsung seems to have a classical music theme to their promo videos (violins etc), so I’d have picked some Mozart.

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Bother. I mistyped “Jessica Rowe” as “Jessicas Rose” before. I’m sure she won’t mind. She’s a trooper.

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@peterhau Oh you think? I didn’t think there’d be any privacy issues whatsoever. Then again, I thought most of my jokes were funny.

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RT @437BennyBoyd: looks like a night at the Dapto RSL. RT @stilgherrian: They sing. instagr.am/p/LRX7DViFi-/ [A bit cruel…]

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@jonoabroad The bloke speaking was Tyler McGee, Samsung’s regional VP.

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@SnarkyPlatypus WE HAVE A CHAMBER ORCHESTRA AND JESSICA MAUBOY WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU?

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On stage now: Jessica Mauboy and I think Jessia Rose said is was Gary Southgate. Is he a thing?

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James Magnussen, but only by pre-recorded video. instagr.am/p/LRXm7niFi0/

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@melissahoyer I’ll be making a “judgement” when I get to play with one for a while. So far it’s canned presentations.

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The Galaxy S iii will be on sale in Australian stores “within the hour”. So, you’ll be rushing out not?

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2100mAh battery. Virtualisation of the OS? Cool.

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@SnarkyPlatypus How dare you call me a C-grade celebrity! I’m D-grade at best.

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“Wi-Fi channel bonding”? Well, it has it. And Bluetooth 4.0. And GLONASS (Russian satnav) as well as GPS.

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So @VirginMobileAus bought Google AdWords on “samsung galaxy s 3 site:.au” that lead to a 404 page arseh.at/z29

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Basic stats: 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 4.8” Super AMOLED display. LTE “(depends on country)”. 8 megapixel camera.

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It comes in “marble white” or “pebble blue”. “Each makes a very unique natural statement of its own.”

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We’re got face recognition when it takes photos to auto-tag people when uploading to your “social media stream” eek eek eek.

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Touch a couple Galaxy S iiis together and they’ll “bond” so you can transfer files. Range? And the range with Pingles?

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@mukimu I am FULL of sanity, young man! Full of it.

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If I were Mr Tyler McGee from Samsung, I personally would not have chosen Coldplay as my music example.

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So, the phone uses its camera to tell if you’re looking at it and whether it should pay attention to you.

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Shall I tweet all the features? I think not. There’s a website. samsung.com/global/galaxys…

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“This is a phone that listens, a phone that speaks, a phone that follows our actions,” says Tyler McGee. Something roll video.

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RT @engochick: Sigh. Why is there so much wank in the world? [I have never been able to work this out. I may cry by lunchtme.]

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The Galaxy S III is “inspired by water, wind, leaves and pebbles,” the man from Samsung just said.

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@SnarkyPlatypus I believe we had a faded reality TV star for the Smart TV launch the other week, BUT THIS IS A TELEPHONE WITH BRANES.

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RT @joshgnosis: Samsung has found a way to out-smug Apple, I think. Orchestra and all. [To outsmug is a glorious word that needs more use.]

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It is “designed for humans”, it says in big letters in front of me.

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The canned presentation begins. Jessica Rowe is our MC. instagr.am/p/LRTjOzCFv3/

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Hushed silence… No, just the orchestra doing another tune.

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Oh. I didn’t organise to file from this event for anyone. Hello, editors, do any of you want any opinions?

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Breakfast chamber orchestra, of course. instagr.am/p/LRSZ7oCFu1/

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@PointZeroOne I think it’s the comfy hotel bed combined with getting over the cold.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Indeed, I’m on somewhere at the ABC a couple times a week on average.

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Thu plan: 1000 Samsung launch Capitol Theatre; lunch (where?); 1440 ABC Ultimo recording; 1545 meeting; remainder TBA, but with trains.

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O hai. It always seems that I sleep in when in the city…

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Finally having a quiet beer before heading back to the CBD and

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OH YES, YOU COULD GIVE THE AUDIENCE MEMBER A MICROPHONE SO WE CAN HEAR THEM THAT IS REALLY QUITE BRILLIANT.

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@franksting Crime stats do not differentiate “cyber”. A fraud is a fraud in official crime stats.

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“Nigeria”! [drink]

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RT @franksting: @stilgherrian her outfit *requires* high heels in fairness [True.]

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Oh dear. Someone is “asking a question” which is, in essence, a misinformed rant against cloud computing.

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I promise I won’t cry.

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RT @PardusXY: @stilgherrian @SnarkyPlatypus the term cyber should have stayed in IRC. :P [Yes.]

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: You’re at an event that uses the ‘cyber’ prefix. I don’t think you should get your hopes up. [True enough.]

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The audience is rapt, @franksting, the audience is lapping up this “brand new” information.

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I look forward to the narrative reaching the current decade.

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NSW Police guy on Ukraine: “They have a remarkable tolerance of organised crime that really puts Australia to shame.”

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RT @internetpol: @franksting I fight crime, injustice, and lame commentary on SECURITAH in the media. [WE ARE SAV0RATED!]

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There’s about 350 worthy citizens listening here tonight. Mr Gamble was right off the grid, now NSW Police guy doing carding 101.

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@kcarruthers Ken Gamble is Executive Chairman of Internet Fraud Watchdog, and he’s a private investigator. linkedin.com/pub/ken-gamble…

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Mr Gamble seems to be complete unaware of the Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime or any of the current legislative work.

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“We need ‘Internetpol’ to fight online crime… Why don’t we have this already?” Jesus wept.

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Apparently “should police be able to intercept” or “can we have privacy” is a binary choice.

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I do like the clip art for “suicide”. Lovely colourful pills falling out of that bottle.

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Oh. Dear. He’s citing Symantec’s $1.8B as Australia’s direct losses to cybercrime annually, plus $2.8B indirect

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Hmmm… This isn’t the case I’d have chosen to highight current problem, Mr Gamble. And no hard numbers on monetary losses from this case?

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Do we have a hashtag? We need a hashtag.

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@franksting “The internet from space” is a technical term. You wouldn’t understand.

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RT @atirere Is it about the impending onslaught of cybermen? [Yes, yes it is.]

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Um no, taxi driver, we should not be headed to Camperdown. That’s the University of Sydney. Sigh. Kensington, please.

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Detecting a market opportunity.

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RT @mukimu: Would have thought something you traditionally set on fire. Absinthe? Sambucca? [This is what I’m thinking too.]

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And… the radio is done. Alas, my audio stream seems to have failed part-way, so I don’t think I have a recording to post later.

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A Flame Worm cocktail would need tequila, obviously, and what else?

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Sitting in TARDIS 1. Awaiting the automates switch to @abcgoldcoast at 1715 AEST.

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I’m talking Flame worm on @abcgoldcoast in about 10 mins. Listen at abc.net.au/goldcoast/ or not, as your heart desires.

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Me at @CSO_Australia: “Why Flame can’t be the world’s most complex malware” cso.com.au/article/426094… Ping @riskybusiness

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@Colophonemes ABC Gold Coast, 1715 AEST, various frequencies. Will tweet link when in TARDIS.

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I shall now leave my SEKRIT eyrie, despite the glorious view, and stroll to ABC Ultimo, there to enter a TARDIS and talk about Flame.

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@johnthelutheran @paulkidd There does not seem to be a cocktail called the metaphor. I believe this to be a significant flaw in society.

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New photo: “Whatever you say, Senator Wong!” flickr.com/photos/stilghe…

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Story filed. I now have an hour to kill before I need to head over to ABC Ultimo.

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RT @DavidParis: Oh. Dear. RT @jessmcguire: RON SWANSON TRANCE s3-ec.buzzfed.com/static/enhance… [Yay! And I don’t even know who Ron Swanson is.]

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RT @paulkidd: there should be a cocktail called the metaphor, for this very reason [This is a very good thought. Maybe there’s one already?]

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Mixing metaphors. Because I’m a professional. Don’t try this at home, kids.

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RT @stratsec: We’ve pulled apart a module of the Flame worm - stratsec.blogspot.com.au/2012/05/flame-… [Thanks, will look momentarily.]

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Huh? @joshgnosis is Kenyan? I AM SO CONFUSED!

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My spot on @abcgoldcoast talking about the Flame worm has now been rescheduled for 1715 AEST.

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@joshgnosis OMFG MITT ROMNEY LOOKS SO YOUNG I NEVER REALISED.

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OK, I’m heads down while I get a quick little article written before heading over to the ABC.

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@Gwyntaglaw No, you can’t bolt the -gate at the end of the word if the gazelle has already bolted.

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“Gazelle”? Oh dear.

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“Flame worm”, you ask? Here’s the thing I wrote for @crikey_news yesterday. crikey.com.au/2012/05/29/in-… … but I’ve understood more since.

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I’m talking Flame worm at 1615 AEST (in 2 hours) on ABC Gold Coast, and you shall listen at abc.net.au/goldcoast/ or not.

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No you can’t mince a greyhound. They get all barky and complainy and the RSPCA will give you so much shit.

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@en_gy You don’t “have” to. It’s your choice. The door is not locked.

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Eating all the fishes.

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@en_gy What are you doing up there? Why aren’t you mixing cocktails?

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Alighting at Town Hall station.

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@franksting The Blue Mountains trains travel quite fast once down on the Sydney plains, actually.

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Terminating at Central. All-outing, all-changing.

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Feeling a sudden burst of creativity and the whiff of vinyl as the train hurtles through Newtown.

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@piecritic DFAT serves waffles now? Honey and cream is the way to go. Also, when served with waffles.

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RT @jeamland: Gina Rinehart, because she’s rich? [I would be more than happy to have lunch with Ms Rinehart. Number’s on the website.]

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RT @johncarneyau: Kickstarter? [Oh, perhaps I could sell “Lunch with Stilgherrian” on eBay.]

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So who’s buying me lunch?

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I would prefer to be goverened by some farcical aquatic ceremony that this bullshit. abc.net.au/news/2012-05-3…

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@Telstra I just pass that on so you can pass it up. NONE of the plans look attractive. They look like I have to pay for stuff I don’t use.

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RT @RatbagsDotCom: People asked why I got a 3G tab instead of WiFi-only-and-use-the-phone. 18Gb data was the deal maker. [Good point.]

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@Telstra Out of a $550pm allowance I currently use $100 to $150 calls, $28 SMS. Wish I could trade off $300 of calls for, oh, 20GB of data.

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@Telstra Thanks, Ash. Immediate feedback: plans with more data, far smaller call/SMS allowance, would be useful. Who even calls any more?

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@bleeters @Glebe2037 @Telstra The spare device / another network plan has a serious flaw: yet more shit to carry around.

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@imtimhanlon Indeed, and “looking into” was my tweet. :) @Telstra’s Twitter-watching team is one of the best around, possibly even sexiest.

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@Telstra Thanks, Ash. You got handy direct links to the currently available data plans, personal and business? Can do either way.

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@bleeters @jeamland No, OS X does not have ddate and that is a serious error of judgement as they will discover… in time.

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Tim Cook has perfect hair?

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RT @jeamland: It’s ok guys, Mac OS X 10.7.4 still has uucp. [OH WHEW I WAS REALLY WORRIED THERE FOR A MOMENT I MEAN HOW WOULD WE EVEN.]

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Uhoh. Only 4GB to last 14 days. @Telstra, is there STILL no way to provision more than 12GB onto a Next G post-paid phone? Even business?

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RT @joncallas: Stil — you need to let other people have their turn at least once a week. [Oh. Well. Played. I am seriously laughing now.]

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He flounces onto the train at Lapstone in shiny leather jacket, no shirt, expensive jeans and a serious I’m-special pout. At Lapstone, FFS.

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Folks, there’s 6.8 billion people on this planet. The probaility of one of them doing something really, really weird today is 100%.

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RT @vealmince: @stilgherrian @riskybusiness Hey fun boys, get a room! [OK, this is now even more wrong than anything said so far.]

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@riskybusiness BTW, I’m citing your South Africa thing in a thing today. Is there a better link to it than this one? itweb.co.za/index.php?opti…

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@riskybusiness Well, OK, as long as we agree that screeching angrily on Twitter WILL solve it all… we ARE then in complete agreement.

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@riskybusiness Now hang on there, matey! You’re not allowed to notch up the Patronising-Cunt-o-Meter faster than I am! Outrageous!

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@riskybusiness So if I give your knickers a bit more of a twist, is THAT when we get to see your head explode? Asking for a friend.

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MT @riskybusiness: The media is doing the bidding of corp interests. [OMFG ORLY WHEN DID THIS HAPPEN FFS NOTIFY THE MEDI… OH WAIT.]

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@riskybusiness Part of the problem, I suspect, is most IT journos are “gadget enthusiasts” not proper geeks. Now I want to name names. ;)

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@riskybusiness Ah yes well… UTS/Crikey research showed 78% of IT stories were direct PR placements, worst of any specialist field.

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Am I being a troll? This feels like trolling. And it feels kinda nice. Should I stop? It feels like I should keep going.

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@riskybusiness So, specialists in a field know more than general news reporters. WHO KNEW? Do we get to see your head explode soon?

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@riskybusiness Or, translated into subtlety, “I’m agreeing with you, just stop being an oh-so-special arsehat.” I say that with love. Ish.

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@riskybusiness I’m fairly sure “some news value” doesn’t constitute a justification of a declaration of cyberwar but, you know, nuance.

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@riskybusiness The “I know more than in that news story there”does reek just a tiny bit of arrogance. A tiny weeeeeny bit.

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@riskybusiness Nevertheless, for the vast majority of people Flame is new and interesting, hence it has some news value.

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Modern rural hospitality, Wentworth Falls. instagr.am/p/LOxyU9iFui/

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RT @badbanana Congratulations to the city of Miami for going another day without someone eating someone else’s face.

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Waiting for departure, Banksia Cottage, @bunjaree Cottages. instagr.am/p/LOvFGJiFsz/

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Mobile: Taxi ETA 5 mins, to Wentworth Falls station; 1032 train to Central; train to Town Hall; walk to SEKRIT hotel; remainder TBA.

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Reverting to Plan A. Because I’m efficient.

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Some grand photos of the Golden Gate Bridge to celebrate its 75th. theatlantic.com/infocus/2012/0…

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Hmmm… I really don’t feel like rushing. I think I’ll get the 1132 train to Sydney, not the 1032. It won’t make any difference to my day.

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“Silicon backdoor: not an international crisis”, writes @R_Chirgwin, with some crankiness. theregister.co.uk/2012/05/29/res…

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“How did everyone miss Flame?” asks @mukimu, it being the most important question. zdnet.com.au/how-did-everyo…

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@hortovanyi Some thing will always remain part of the glorious mystery of life.

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@alexismadrigal @megangarber Well it was winter, and the server was in a cold warehouse environment. Inside the server was nice and warm.

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I think I’ve discovered another test for the presence of reading comprehension and critical thinking.

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@alexismadrigal @megangarber I’m not surprised. One server I sorted, reported to crash occasionally, had a family of mice living in it.

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Well it’s always worked for me.

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RT @charltonbrooker: In all seriousness though, do you think Mark Zuckerberg calls the clitoris the “Like Button”?

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@charltonbrooker So, on a cold morning in remote mountain scrubland, I find myself listening to you talking about auto-fellatio…

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“It’s like the Russian Human Centipede with more lubricant,” he says on episode 5. itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/ric…

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@SnarkyPlatypus Mais si nous n’avons pas un autre héros, ce qui aurons-nous? Quelque chose? youtube.com/watch?v=jmOCDc…

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Wed plan: Write quick thing; bump out Banksia Cottage; 1032 train to Sydney; afternoon TBA; 1830 Cybercrime talk UNSW sydneytalks.com.au/index.php?opti…

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Il est d’autant plus suspecte. Peut-on leur faire confiance? Et qu’en pensez-vous?

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I couldn’t have put this better myself. guardian.co.uk/discussion/com…

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This time tomorrow I’ll be at Sydney Talks’ “It Won’t Happen to Me: Cybercrime Myths and Concepts” sydneytalks.com.au/index.php?opti…

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RT @ozdj: HUGE TECH NEWS: Someone spotted actually using a WP7 phone on a Sydney bus. [Pics or it didn’t happen.]

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@caseyjohnellis Well thanks, I guess. My main concern was not witnessing the neighbour’s dog being squashed. Or causing a car crash. Win.

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Blog post: “Video: Crimson Rosellas at Banksia Cottage”. This is what I have to deal with. stilgherrian.com/personal/video… Ping @R_Chirgwin

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@jennylmackinnon Cattle dogs just Can’t Be Told. They are just far too enthusiastic.

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@R_Chirgwin Will El Reg be celebrating Hug a Climate Scientist Day 2012? blogs.crikey.com.au/firstblog/2012…

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mscott Delighted to announce that the fine curator of interesting ideas @ChipRolley, is to join the ABC at the new editor of The Drum…

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Bob the Kelpie has been returned to his home, unsquashed. Traffic on Railway Pde is back to normal. Journey to the pub resumed.

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IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO DISSUADE A KELPIE FROM ANYTHING BECAUSE THEY ARE ALWAYS SO INCREDIBLY ENTHUSIASTIC NO PLEASE STOP CHASING THE CARS.

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This is exhausting.

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Strictly speaking, this does not completely fulfill the definition of a four-car pile-up. For starters, that one there is a light truck.

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