Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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June 2nd, 2012

OH, bloke on phone: “Well I fuckin’ went to The Duke and you weren’t there!”

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When I see people still twitterpimping their work interests on Saturday night I am filled with pity and more than a little disgust.

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They’re Greeks. They should be grateful.

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@nanopunk Your life is everything I want mine to be.

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Food photography? WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE? instagr.am/p/LXjMr7iFgM/

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The internet, who even understands it?

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RT @nanopunk @stilgherrian When I was a kid wondering around Cotter Dam, I once found a fish nailed to a tree with a condom in its mouth.

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OH: “It’s not like I actually had sex with the fish.”

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OH: “That woman up there squealing needs to be slapped.”

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Truth in advertising, musical edition. instagr.am/p/LXYbtIiFtr/

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OH: “What wine shall I get?” “As long as it’s sparkling just get it!”

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OH: “So has he become more of a hipsterfag?” “No, his condition seems to have stabilised.”

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So can I take a slash here or what? instagr.am/p/LXUizOiFsk/

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RT @firstdogonmoon I WAS HIDING UNDER YOUR PORCH BECAUSE I LOVE YOU!

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@stitchsarah No, these would be artisan tinfoil hats, made in traditional workshops. And something about steam.

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@Gwyntaglaw Well I know that I immediately contemplated suicide, yes.

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Well-crafted slogans are essential for the proper functioning of every aspect of our complex society. instagr.am/p/LXAX3pCFmP/

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I’m sure it’s possible to accurately predict someone’s critical thinking skills, or lack thereof, by reading their last ten tweets and bio.

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I think I might save up and invest in a tinfoil hat factory.

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One of the most useful facts of the early 21st Century is that it has become possible to edit audio and video at the pub.

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“Dust in the Wind”? REALLY?

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RT @sirneggles: @stilgherrian @en_gy it may have had something to do with sausage? [Hmmm… can’t really remember what pizzas they ordered.]

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@en_gy Yeah that. But… I can’t help but think there was something else… something quite important to the plot. Oh it’ll come eventually.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Max 17C, so it’s light jacket I’d say. But I’m always a poor judge of such things.

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@NewtonMark @JimMacMillan @215Problems Um, get an umbrella. WHY IS IT SO DIFFICULT FOR YOU TO UNDERSTAND?

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@clintwit1 I’d have said religious rather than political, but you’re right. Familiarity with platform, investment in apps are other factors.

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@marcow00tweet It IS raining. But I have a strategy for dealing with that. Alles ist in Ordnung.

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@clintwit1 The telcos and analysts MUST have platform-churn data, iOS to and from Android. I’ll chase that up next week.

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@chris23 Thanks. You’ve got some good second-article questions for me there. Device fragmentation is a tough one. More to come on this!

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@en_gy In this movie I saw, the pizza guy got wet but it was OK ‘cos the customer guys dried his clothes and… oh what happened in between?

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Thank you, Mr Cooper, that does indeed help. As always, I value your assistance.

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We’re all friends now. Don’t mention the war. What war? The one that kicks off in September.

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Him: “You probably shouldn’t talk to me about that Stuxnet thing.” Me: “Why?” Him: “I’m Iranian.” Me: “Fair point.”

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Loose in the Sydney. CBD. Nothing can go wrong.

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RT @jplonie @stilgherrian it’s too big. [Yeah I’ve been told that before.]

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus A Steve Jobs-shaped dildo would sell well, I think. [And at a premium price.]

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Ruination. I meant to type ruination.

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The hotel lift contained eight ladies of a certain age, and me. They told me I was outnumbered, and they all laughed… and stared.

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End of plugs. Going mobile. But the internets will always be with me. Awwwww…

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The runination of @marcfennell’s @DownloadABC by me and @jendudley. Marc should have more sense than to allow us even. abc.net.au/radionational/…

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My (very initial) thoughts on the Samsung Galaxy S III’s position in the marketplace, at @technologyspec technologyspectator.com.au/smart-devices/…

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

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Before I check out, some quick replugs of some of my stuff. Unless there’s something else you’d rather read on the internets…

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@SnarkyPlatypus Ah, j’ai toujours admiré votre capacité à fournir un aperçu dans le sport!

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonour. Ainsi, le monde a dissous dans le chaos, à tous les niveaux, comme une fractale. Et vous?

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Interview recording complete. It’ll be an interesting “Patch Monday” podcast this week, I reckon.

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@mpesce @franksting @BernardK Didn’t someone design a Turing-equivalent device using the level of hydraulics known to Ancient Greece?

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@franksting @mpesce @BernardK Maybe if it were made of wood. It’d be OK with wood. Everything’s OK with wood.

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Trend Micro director of security research and comms Rik Ferguson on the hyperbole of the Flame worm. Well put. countermeasures.trendmicro.eu/fighting-the-f…

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@franksting @mpesce @BernardK Well, C++ is already to blame for SO MANY THINGS. That language is just made from so many kinds of wrong.

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Hmmm. Should I have linked back to the original story rather than the Slashdot post? I feel dirty, @franksting

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RT @franksting: Fox News claims ‘Flame’ Malware has a root in Angry Birds because programming code used. bit.ly/L9EqUg

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Sat plan, part A: 1000 interview recording; develop Sat plan, part B (which will include problem-solving and some socialising).

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No, the client’s computer isn’t infected. He just wrote an email that read EXACTLY like “Hey have you seen this?” linkbait. Lulz.

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@leahmac Indeed. I’m across the George V thing, being Barossadeutsch on my mother’s side. But the bloke was banging on about Geortge III.

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@bastardsheep You’re right. The lizards would have been the way to go. The lizards help explain most history anyway.

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@Reemski Well that’s gonna stuff you then. :P Perhaps it can just remain a mystery.

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@Reemski Rage’s playlists are on their website.

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Ah! That email I just received indicates that a client’s computer has just been pwned. I guess I’d better give them a call.

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I wonder how the “Obama pushed the boundaries of (cyber)war” angle will play during the election campaign. nytimes.com/2012/06/01/wor…

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Something something “bringing all these women into it, I don’t know why that happened”. Uhuh.

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The man at the next table explains to his American guests how the British royal family is really German. Something something George III.

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OK, this is clearly going to be very strange all round. I think it’ll make a lot more sense after breakfast.

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@bleeters @mjg59 UEFI and F18 booting added to my potential story list, thank you.

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“Curators, you are no different from some teen in Indiana with a LiveJournal about cutting.” theawl.com/2012/06/you-ar… HT @mims via @edyong209

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@goonanism I dropped the comment-on-news bit on “Patch Monday” ‘cos it was a PITA to do, to be honest, and felt out of place with the rest.

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Right. Random tweets will now follow as I potter, think, clear the cluttered comoutrer screen, ponder and re-map the day’s plans.

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@AndeGregson I had to stare at that for about 5 minutes before I realised that “REM statement” meant “comment”. BASIC was long ago…

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My plan for the day did include recording interview(s) about the Flame worm, so it looks like that might expand a bit. Amongst other things.

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I spoke a little about that Stuxnet story on ABC Radio with @domknight last night, audio at stilgherrian.com/conversations/… but after sleeping on it…

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NYT’s feature on US cyberattacks on Iran etc, confirming Stuxnet was theirs, really is a big thing. nytimes.com/2012/06/01/wor…

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@stufromoz Au contraire, Saturday is going to work its little butt off whether it likes it or not. And then it’s going to work some more.

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Having identified a number of events that will rearrange the day, I am now rearranging my day to match. Well, as well as may be. Sigh.

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Right then. Let’s see if we can figure out how Saturday is going to work.

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