Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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March 2013

@jdub @dobes @alliecoyne What it really needs is an animated GIF of black and yellow crime scene tape.

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@jdub @dobes @alliecoyne Akamai was recording 150Gbps DDoS peaks last year/ zdnet.com/ddos-attacks-1… We can cherry-pick any narrative here!

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@dobes @jdub @alliecoyne The green line is the compulsory line that goes up and to the right. Every business chart must have one.

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Ah, if only the inventor of Peril-Sensitive Sunglasses was still alive to see the “block” button in action!

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@mpesce That, yes, until the entire device is pwned by a Ukrainian sheet-metal worker.

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Pro Tip: To “save” journalism and the news media, make more of the things which are already failing.

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New blog post: “Weekly Wrap 147: Easter rush with added geekery” stilgherrian.com/weekly-wrap/14…

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@punkrokk Well I’m definitely in Sydney on Friday, recording @DownloadABC at 1100 but otherwise free. Maybe other days. This may work.

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RT: New blog post: “Algorithms and the Filter Bubble”, my UTS guest lecture (50 mins audio) stilgherrian.com/conversations/…

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@punkrokk I would if I were in Sydney, but I’m 100km away in the Blue Mountains right now. How long are you in Sydney?

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Easter Sunday evening consists of catching up on the @liquidmatrix podcast and bookkeeping simultaneously. I am such a rebel.

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: Who knew so many people were obsessed with commercial airlines? [Qantas shareholders, Sir. Everyone’s super.]

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Does @NSWSES have a helicopter that can deliver some vodka to (near-ish to) Wentworth Falls?

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@riskybusiness @tyronmiller @sholtomac Ah! Yes, I remember using “attacking the lighthouse, not the port” early up, then had to drop it.

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@sholtomac Oh, a whole swathe of IT journos were blue-ticked as a batch. Looks like you were missed. I’ll pass it on.

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@sholtomac @riskybusiness @tyronmiller It’s the usual problem, though: journalists reporting on an event without the background.

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@sholtomac @riskybusiness @tyronmiller Thanks. I also did a hose-down on @ABCNews24 Weekend Breakfast yesterday, don’t have a recording.

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@sholtomac @riskybusiness @tyronmiller Yeah I got the feeling she was not sure how to word stuff. All the hard facts kinda got skipped.

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@sholtomac @riskybusiness @BoxFreeIT Why thank you! @tyronmiller said cloud can be more secure. I said (not used) can be less reliable.

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New blog post: “Algorithms and the Filter Bubble”, my UTS guest lecture (50 mins audio) stilgherrian.com/conversations/…

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@iambradhanks @lucidchart @chuckfrey All that said, I will check you out. Just not for my personal mindmapping stuff.

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@iambradhanks @lucidchart @chuckfrey It’s not about performance. It’s about personal data security. You can’t lose what I don’t give you. :)

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@iambradhanks @lucidchart @chuckfrey Oh that’s good. But, and this is a show-stopper: I don’t want a cloud app.

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@iambradhanks @lucidchart @chuckfrey For example, Freemind is a single keypress to add another node at the same level, things move to fit.

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@iambradhanks @lucidchart @chuckfrey Ta, but doesn’t answer my key question about mindmapping as a process, as opposed to documentation…

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ssharwood Fairfax’s outsourced subs in top form. Those Communist skin diseases sure were worth protesting against pic.twitter.com/1Hl1GgoYCY

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Ultimately, @SnarkyPlatypus, and at its core, all media is a crappy photo blog.

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“Live your life to the maximum by being more productive, so you can go after the things you want in life.” Productive, eh? I see.

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So there’s a website called “Asian Efficiency” [Orly?] and it’s run by these blokes. asianefficiency.com/about/ Ping @SnarkyPlatypus

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SnarkyPlatypus Future ALP cabinets will consist of head mates, mainly. A cost saving measure, if nothing else.

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NewtonMark Easter is the one day of the year that otherkin can wear their rabbit suits without anyone thinking they’re weird.

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RT @semiboganman: @stilgherrian I agree with you entirely [See, people! This is a strategy for success you should ALL adopt!]

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@intosix Yeah, the recent OS X update fixes architecture, and I won’t have browser plug-ins turned on. I forgot to tweet I’d decided that.

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RT @caseyjohnellis: they be fluffy and such [So’s an alpaca but it’s no substitute for professional infosec or a proper sex life trust me.]

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RT @mumbrella: Meet The Press is about to do a segment on mummy bloggers… [Quick! Notify the media! And then, please, the Death Squads.]

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Giving in to the Cloud. Because these cunts won’t let you get on with your day without it. And Insiders is too busy masturbating to notice.

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RT @caseyjohnellis it’s made of cloud now [“Cloud”, you say? That’s OK then. Everything cloud is perfectly good and in my best interests.]

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@artywah Exactly. So why am I being asked again? I think it was @jdub who called Apple ID sudo-in-the-cloud. They Lost it? Bodes well…

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Also, the “Skip” button’s “Are you sure?” warning “explains” only vague hand-wavey problems. Well fuck you, Apple. Skip.

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Not impressed that the “Learn more” link mentions a couple hand-wavey benefits, nothing more. This is not informed consent, Apple.

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Does this mean the OS wants to be linked to the Appleverse at all times, not just when in iTunes or individual App Store sessions?

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Um, so I just installed the OS X update, rebooted, and it wants my Apple ID. Doesn’t it know this? What’s this new scam?

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je comprends. J’ai eu ce même problème avec l’Anglais cette semaine.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je ne peux pas penser à la blague impliquant correcte à coucher avec les femmes basketteurs. Je suis un échec.

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@jodiem I gather that in corporateland that’s what happens with most mindmaps. The creative moment must be hidden! Everything is ordered! ;)

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Hey parents! Here’s a great video to show your kids this Easter Sunday! Contains traditional values, mostly. stilgherrian.com/arts/kill_choc…

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je profite de la forêt calme et la pluie imminente. Un changement bien nécessaire après cette semaine! Et vous?

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@semiboganman Oh exactly! Hence my “Kaspersky’s right: Apple, lift your security game” cso.com.au/article/425539…

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The key bit, @jodiem, is the process of dumping your thoughts into the map, not the map itself. You’re mindmapping, not making a mindmap.

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RT @jodiem: wouldn’t an outlined list suffice as an alternative to a mindmap? [Sketching in 2D adds a LOT to the process. Poor substitute.]

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There’s much in that cult comment, @peter_tonoli, though the cultishness is “The tool is my saviour!” stuff. Getting Things Done has it too.

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RT @peter_tonoli: There’s Xmind which is open source… xmind.net (personally, I think mindmapping is a cult)

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RT @michaelneale: you could do the mapping in dirt with sticks and rocks and animal blood. [Well yes, @Beaker said much the same thing.]

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RT @Beaker: Whiteboard and an iPhone for pictures [Good point. The analog process has strengths. And it even works on Android! ]

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@garthk Ah. I’m being told that mindset.com is not currently a thing.

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RT @jdub: Could be a collective noun in either direction. [True. Also the collective term “an arsehat of columnists”?]

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Now there’s a title for a blog post or even a regular podcast: A Cloud of Arsehats.

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“Online tools” you say, @garthk @jplonie? Yeah I’m not such a fan of putting highly personal information into yet another arsehat-run cloud.

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This chap seems oblivious to the actual point of mindmapping: the improvised mapping out of ideas, not diagramming existing structures.

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Watching this (slightly old) video of a chap clunkily making a mindmap in Omigraffle does not inspire confidence. minute.maine121.org/2011/07/18/epi…

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That is, is Omnigraffle just fine for making final, polished mindmaps for presentations, but harder for the actual mapping? @cafedave

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So, @cafedave, there’s Omnigraffle stencils for mindmapping, but does it handle the spacing etc automatically, which is the key?

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I find it telling that I bought this MacBook Pro in Nov 2011 and yet it’s only today that I noticed it didn’t have Java on it. Go, Java!

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If I had enough RAM, I could just run a separate OS X virtual machine with Java in it for running Freemind. Or is that a bit over the top?

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Oh it’s not about “platform of choice”, @Mal_2509, I’m reasonably agnostic. But Apple have been (were being?) shit with their Java security.

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And here’s Apple’s security note on that Java update, such that it is. support.apple.com/kb/HT5677 @semiboganman

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That’d presumably be Apple’s Java update from 4 March, @semiboganman? support.apple.com/kb/HT5675 [Starts reading…]

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RT @semiboganman: doesn’t Java now use a trust system, so maybe you can trust Freemind, so we can escape the sandbox [Oh I think it does.]

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Topologically a mindmap is just that, @cafedave, yes. Nice insight. And I have Omnigraffle. I’ll have a look shortly. Stand by.

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RT @cafedave: Isn’t a mind map just a nested bullet list wrapped in a circle? Can omnigraffle or omnioutliner do it?

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All the cool kids used to say Freemind was the mindmapping tool of choice. But, you know, Java. What to do? Are there alternatives?

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Oh yeah. “To open ‘FreeMind, you need a Java SE 6 runtime. Would you like to install one now?” asks OS X. I’m having feelings now…

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@michaelneale @davidpetersimon @semanticwill It is both real and parody. “Thought Leadership” is self-parody, generally.

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@ataraxite “Banality”? I thought it might be worth following the advice to ensure Success.

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Oh so this is an actual thing. thoughtleadershipstrategy.net HT @davidpetersimon via @semanticwill and the planet Fn’n’blint.

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Sun plan, draft: Blogging, various things; Sunday lunch (where?); considerable laziness; think about Certain Matters of Importance.

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Hello. Happy I Thought I Told You Bastards To Kill That Annoying Jew What The Fuck Is Wrong With You Sunday. Give me an egg.

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The nightmare is nearly over.

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Why are people picking on North Korea? They’ve been busy addressing the global shortage of fake hovercraft! theatlantic.com/infocus/2013/0…

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Sorry that I haven’t responded to many of your tweets today. It’s been a cunny Saturday.

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Yay. Story finally filed for @CSO_Australia. What an effingly annoying week! Beer please! Oh wait.

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Adding bonus feelpinions to my article.

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I have arrived at Wentworth Falls and am having a beer to: 1. finish my @CSO_Australia story; 2. deal with bad news from the engineers.

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Help. “The classical security paradigm of Protect, Detect, React” is classical, yes, but it wasn’t written by Beethoven. Who was it?

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I am about to take the 1218 from Central to the Blue Mountains. However OS X tells me I don’t have enough battery reserves to make it.

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RT @giz_au: New Cyber Therapists Can Diagnose Depression Using Kinect - bit.ly/13EE95K [You’re doing it wrong. Cyber = badness.]

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So do you know what I am going to do? I am going to go have brunch before writing on the train westward. That’s what I’m going to do.

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@darrenarnott Cyber black t-shirt, yes, but I should’ve warn a hoodie of hackerdom.

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@Mal_2509 Not yet. There was a typo in the ethernet config, but that’s not all apparently. Anyway, an engineer is on the case.

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@unixbigot Oh dear. You are absolutely right. I am an arsehat. But so, apparently, is everyone else. Shocked? Sad fuck? All this is true.

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So it’s 10 minutes or so until I’m on @ABCNews24 talking about the cybers. No digital TV? Streamed at abc.net.au/news/abcnews24/ @cyber

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@SnarkyPlatypus @SnarkyPlatypus Maybe the Easter Testicle are full of Quaaludes. [There’s a sentence you don’t see every day.)

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These Easter eggs look more like gold plated testicles instagram.com/p/XdXrS0CFkZ/

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@SnarkyPlatypus Well, there are other Green Rooms in this building. Green Rooms only sound glamorous to the uninitiated.

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@chading_aus Indeed. My theory is that the buzzwords go up as understanding of the topic goes down.

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Can you see them? The @ABCNews24 green room has Easter eggs! instagram.com/p/XdWud2iFiv/

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@chrisjrn Oh I think it could be better described as “fucking magnificent”.

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@franksting I got a little bit of sleep, between about 2200 and 0100. But I wasn’t drinking. I’ll look tired but not hungover. I hope.

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Mobile: Check out; train to Town Hall station; pants, purchase some; get to ABC Ultimo by 1000 for the 1010 spot on @ABCNews24.

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I’ll ignore that suggestion, @SnarkyPlatypus, and just make use of the time I have to grab a clean pair of pants on the way through the CBD.

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: The ABC should have an emergency belt, surely. [HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!]

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More to the point, I seem to have spilt something onto the lap of my pants that makes me look like I’ve been having sex with a seagull.

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My belt buckle just broke. And @ABCNews24 Weekend Breakfast is pants-on television. Sigh.

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Would somebody be so kind as to record my bit on @ABCNews24 at around 1010 AEDT for me please? Those spots don’t end up on iView.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Nous voulons que les meilleurs vins disponibles à l’humanité, nous les voulons ici et nous les voulons maintenant!

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Sat plan: Wrap these effing server problems; 1000 AEDT @ABCNews24; finish @CSO_Australia story; return to Wentworth Falls; drink everything.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. L’univers entier est complètement et totalement baisé. Et vous?

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Ah yes, having two different DEVICE= lines in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0:99 will fuck things up. Well spotted.

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So guys, you probably should’ve figured out that failed interface problem before rebooting the server again. Dunno whether to laugh or cry.

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Suddenly realising that knowing what “cat /etc/fstab | grep nas” means and actually choosing to type it makes me… something.

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@Mal_2509 When the server was rebooted, one of the Ethernet interfaces didn’t come back up. We don’t know why, yet.

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Right, the server appears to be back online. Now let’s find out what the fuck went wrong.

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Sat plan, draft: Get this effing server fixed; check out; 1000 AEDT @ABCNews24; finish @CSO_Australia story; return to Wentworth Falls.

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Hmmm. 0330 AEDT. The odds of getting back to sleep before having to get the main part of the day started are pretty bloody tiny.

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I do not wish to be discussing what a data centre engineer can see on my server when he plugs in a KVM. At least not when he’s seeing this.

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Excellence in use of screen real estate by @servepath and @salesforce. twitpic.com/cfcph8

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Things should not escalate TO me but AWAY from me.

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I’m thrilled to be awake at this hour. The support team upgrading a server ran into upfuckage, and it escalated back to me because arsehats.

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Re-plug of yesterday’s @zdnetaustralia piece: “Summly sale storytelling hides horrible home truths” zdnet.com/summly-sale-st…

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New blog post: “Talking DDoS attacks on ABC TV’s ‘The Business’” (3.5min video with @riskybusiness @tyronmiller) stilgherrian.com/conversations/…

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Slothful day was slothful.

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@jodiem That’s a great idea. I’ll see if someone would be willing to pay for it. I think there might be a possibility there.

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RT @R_Chirgwin: “a data-plotting glitch and NOT due to the effects of the attack.” theregister.co.uk/2013/03/28/spa… [Hah!]

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Fri plan: A fair amount of slothing; finish writing a thing for @CSO_Australia; more slothing.

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@jodiem When Wealth Focus got hit by a DDoS, their hosting provider closed their account as a risk! zdnet.com/cyber-extortio…

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@jodiem Oh I talked about businesses checking that their hosting providers can deal with DDo, ‘cos many can’t. That’s what was left I guess.

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“The cyber spat putting the brakes on the internet” with @riskybusiness @tyronmiller and me on @ABCNews24 abc.net.au/news/2013-03-2…

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Oh hello, Good Friday. What do you have in store for me?

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OH: “What is WRONG with you, Chelsea?”

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I’ve just been told to “look less suspicious”.

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OH: “Look, I’m a Protestant. Everything I know about Christianity is from Jesus Christ Superstar.”

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OH: “… when the next Labor government…” “What? In 2047?”

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dannolan_ebooks france yo

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@ApostrophePong @CameronWatt That suddenly all makes perfect sense, as do many previous things. Thanks.

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cxi Adobe Air really wants to update! And Adobe can really go to hell!

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OH: “There are all wonderful options, but it’s nearly eight o’clock and I wish to have meat in my mouth.”

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Subject “Pinterest Account Suspension” from Willard Rodriquez <handel727@iceweb.net>, “She’ll be grateful for the night!” Seems legit.

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RT @sylmobile: Is paper.li still a thing? [Fucking hope not. It’s lame.]

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joshgnosis Sydney, I like that we do small bars now but do we all have to try to go to the same one?

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@BrianHonan Sorry, meant to say, thank you for your praise re , it’s appreciated.

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RT @smperris: But what is the source of the information in the map? [Read the bottom line on the map.]

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Silly me, @ApostrophePong, Tiger Cave is the name of the bistro. But, do tigers live in caves? instagram.com/p/XZQDuHCFjH/

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RT @jdub: Not sure if rain or sweat. [Is it coming out or going in?]

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This map is nearly a decade out of date, but, “Who has the oil?” gcaptain.com/wp-content/upl… Anyone know of a new version?

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Note to everyone on , I’ll be posting the transcript and links over the weekend. For sure. For some value of “sure”.

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@GreenJ “football ho”? I believe the better term is “footballer’s wife”?

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RT @nphair: You didn’t see abc.net.au/news/2013-03-2… [No. No I did not. So now, after you and @mpesce, I’m sloppy thirds. T’riffic.]

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@leslienassar Congrats to you and yours, and Good Fortune.

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RT @michaelneale: is your avatar viagra? [No, it’s more a “societal viagra”, if that’s a suitable clue?]

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“The largest DDoS attack didn’t break the internet, but it did try”, writes @mukimu zdnet.com/the-largest-dd…

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Discovering an excellent free thing that I’d forgotten about.

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@smaimlcwaelhiil Ah. I see (finally, sorry) where you’re going with this. Please feel free to be ashamed of yourself.

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@mpesce I thought so. So I didn’t use it. I also see you’ve effing gazumped my “The Business” spot by going on The Drum. Pig. :P

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RT @smaimlcwaelhiil: how many years of breast feeding before you’re an expert? [As sucker or suckee?]

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@russellmahoney Oh, oops, to be honest I forgot to turn around and pay much attention to the “set”. I’ll have to look tonight.

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Committing further acts of journalism.

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I’m talking BIGGEST DDOS EVAH on “The Business”, @ABCNews24 at 2030 AEDT, ABC1 at 2300, then abc.net.au/news/programs/… and @ABCIview_AU

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@jeamland No, but I’ve been a Scrolling System Logs Reflected In Spectacles Expert. And a Moving The Mouse Earnestly Expert.

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Today I was a Standing In Front of a 19-inch Rack Expert. The cameraman refuses to create Walking Down Corridor Experts.

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The television, it is done. I’ll pimp where you can see it fairly shortly.

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The Magic of Television, part 5854 instagram.com/p/XY6ZhFCFlu/

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Note also my podcast from Oct 2012: “DDoS attacks: 150Gb per second and rising” zdnet.com/ddos-attacks-1… The 300Gbps spikes are exected now.

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Now @Gizmodo gets it right in “That Internet War Apocalypse Is a Lie”, in this case. gizmodo.com/5992652

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RT @StilCyber: cyber-Departing cyber-Blacktown [Oh you are SO behind the pace!]

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Note the qualifiers @threatpost used. Amongst the biggest. Publicly. Recorded. Against commercial targets.

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Here’s the original @threatpost story on this “Biggest ever internet attack”, which says nothing of the sort. threatpost.com/en_us/blogs/sp…

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RT @ambiej: My full Crikey investigation into PTSD among returned soldiers now up in one place: bit.ly/YFAHTY [Important work!]

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@trib But hey, starting off that troll would be… well, some might say it’d be fun, but I couldn’t possibly comment.

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@trib Someone, or somemany, is already trying to relate whatever random chaff fills their head to the story, and will comment so. ;)

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@trib @zdnetaustralia You’d look a bit silly, since the article says that’s “natural language processing” in this business.

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lukehopewell Being offered an interview with a “wizz kid”. Not sure I’ll be doing any hand-shaking there.

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As I alight, other passengers pass on their sympathy for my Loud Typing indictment.

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Arriving at Sydney Central station. I’ve time for a quick bite before hitting ABC TV in Ultimo at 1600.

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@mpesce The “backyard snowball fight” line is yours?

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@mukimu I have received urgent legal advice that I should not answer your question.

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“Data retention as security theatre”, by @joshgnosis, in blogue form. zdnet.com/data-retention…

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@mukimu Yeah that’s what Stephen said.

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Now I feel like I should’ve tried harder to work “bedroom boy” into that story.

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Me at @zdnetaustralia: “Summly sale storytelling hides horrible home truths” zdnet.com/summly-sale-st…

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RT @KathAlbury: Proper train noises = coughing up a lung, playing misogynist rap on a tinny speaker, or yelling at your ex on your mobile.

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Kid, one of three: “What’s that?” Me: “A little 4G Wi-Fi hotspot.” Kid: “Cool! What’s the password?” Me: “Yeah no nice try.” [All laugh.]

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RT @PriceyJohnDoe: Typing too loudly? On a train? Are there cymbals on every key? [Yep. Full brass band when I hit “return”.]

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