Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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February 27th, 2013

So with Tea Tree Cottage reached and horizontality achieved, that’s pretty much the end of the day.

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paulwallbank @stilgherrian just imagine what the modern world would be like if the Nazis had Churchill parody videos

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Just imagine what the modern world would be like if the Nazis had retweet bots.

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@JohnBirmingham @NewtonMark @sylmobile Well, since I know my place as your rural Twitter meat puppet, I shall do your bidding.

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@NewtonMark According to Wikipedia*, National Action is all Queensland these days. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_… (* Yeah shut up.)

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@NewtonMark Just imagine what the modern world would be like if the Nazis had retweet bots.

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@dobes All I know is that [REDACTED] left the edit suite and came back a short time later with a jacket. “It’s not mine,” they said.

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Walking… talking… both were convincing. Thanks, @johncarneyau.

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Thank you, everyone, the consensus seems to be that I convinced you I knew what I was walking about. And really, that’s all that matters.

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I hope whatever I just said on TV (I’m not watching) wasn’t rendered arsehattery by facts discovered since I was recorded at 1515 AEDT.

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53% of passwords in today’s ABC data breach cracked in 45 seconds. troyhunt.com/2013/02/lousy-… HT @troyhunt

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@riskybusiness As I type that, I’m reminded that Anonymous is a brand anyone can adopt. Like Al Queda. Or Hello Kitty. Well, maybe not.

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@riskybusiness It does sound like a solo job, yes, but where does capital-A Anonymous end and generic anonymous attacks begin?

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So @riskybusiness and I talk about the Anonymous hack of an ABC website on @abc730 just started on ABC1.

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@Geedess Yes, it’s quite healthy to not see Madonna.

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The very fact that Madonna still HAS a cleavage should be celebrated as one of the Miracles of modern medicine.

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On and fucking on they rant…

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The 1723 is in motion.

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@iBIeeter @riskybusiness Yes, as @sherro58 said at , MSM like @abc730 need to remember that 2/3 of us do understand technology.

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@iBIeeter @abc730 @riskybusiness What you’re talking about is more a 4 Corners job, except that wouldn’t cut it for general public interest.

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Well as it turns out, I’ll be able to catch the 1723 fnord train.

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@iBIeeter @abc730 @riskybusiness Yeah good luck with fitting all that into a 4-minute story for tonight. ;)

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abc730 We talk hacking & the ABC attack on tonight, with insights from @riskybusiness & @stilgherrian

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I also like how the newer UTS buildings have integrated student accommodation, like some David Koresh cult compound.

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Each evening, UTS students stream through the ABC foyer to Central station, like rats through a sewer.

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RT @chrlfx: @stilgherrian while you’re in ‘downtime’ ponder how we can make The Blue Mountains the next Silicon Valley … [Big bulldozer.]

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RT @chrisjrn Jacket? What happened to your TV shirt? [It’s in the wash.]

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Well that’s the @abc730 interview done, in a borrowed jacket. I’m now in the ABC foyer, dealing with email.

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@abc730 Yeah we’d better aim at that. See you soon.

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So there’s three places at Central to buy party frocks, but none selling men’s shirts. @abc730 will just have to cope.

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Shouty tuneless busker is shouty. And tuneless.

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You might well say that.

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@darrenpauli @abc730 I’d have thought “arsehat” was the traditional term.

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Wed plan, re-planned: Get clean shirt; 1500-ish ABC Ultimo for @abc730 interview; collect laundry; collect suitcase; 1737 train outta here.

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@mukimu Oh I have always been pleased with @zdnetaustralia’s more restrained and traditional reportage style. Rumours are not facts.

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Meanwhile, I just have Received a Telephone Call from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

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Here’s @mukimu’s take on the ABC hack story. Note the use of “alleged”. zdnet.com/au/australian-…

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I see the Anonymous Institute of Extreme Cleverness has been at work again… scmagazine.com.au/News/334707,ha…

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@liubinskas @pollenizer Were his predictions for January and February accurate?

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Disrupt all the things!

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Being synergised by thought leadership.

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If I’d known there was going to be a TED Twitterstream I’d have obtained ten tabs of acid and taken the day off to watch.

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edyong209 Re: the TED tweetstream, actual people are saying these things. Real people with actual thoughts. It’s like Vogon poetry.

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Noted wireless network engineer Alan Kohler invents Fibre-to-the-Dooverlackies. As fast as FTTP, he proclaims! businessspectator.com.au/bs.nsf/Article…

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Dear PR People, not all of the observations or statements made by your client are you “insights”.

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@charispalmer Oh yes, our paths are bound to cross very, very soon.

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RT @chrisjrn: @stilgherrian Immediate Salami would be an excellent name for a podcast. [Um, true, though that was meant to be a DM. Oops.]

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RT @charispalmer: Some personal news - I’m going back into editing as editor at iTNews, starting next month. itnews.com.au [Grats!]

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No, I want the salami now! IMMEDIATE SALAMI.

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Valuable Stilgherrian-related opportunity! Anyone needing to urgently buy me lunch can do so today. Afternoon meetings are possible too.

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@dikkii Oh didn’t we already know that classical economics’ “rational actor” was wrong? :) Humans are annoyingly complicated.

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@dikkii I don’t know what the answer might be, but I don’t think it’s stupidity. Even non-stupid people don’t use Diaspora. [shrugs]

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@dikkii Yet even if a Diaspora pod can do all the things (and even if it can’t), Diaspora hasn’t taken off. The answer can’t be capability?

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Wed plan, draft: A day of research and planning, in between errands to Enmore and Sydney CBD; 1737 [?] train to Wentworth Falls; sloth.

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@dikkii Diaspora exists and is free, but is only the software, surely? There’s more to a service than just its software.

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It is, or so I have been led to believe, Wednesday. Good morning to it, and you.

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