Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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May 16th, 2013

I’d follow at @BeebJournalist rather than twitter.com/BeebJournalist, but that’s just me.

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RT @BiellaColeman: Following Lulzsec sentencing here twitter.com/BeebJournalist [Judge’s comments are noteworthy.]

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@Beautyon_ @rosshill Better, yes. Bullet-to-head censorship ain’t covered. ;) But censors can still IP-block at the host’s ISPs.

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@Beautyon_ @rosshill I’ll have a look at the plugin, thanks, but “defeats all Internet censorship” can’t possibly be true.

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Excellent, @skwashd, thanks. So @mikko and I are only two months behind the pace now? Also excellent.

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skwashd @mikko @stilgherrian whois suggests that it was registered in January this year and the record last updated in March.

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“The LulzBoat will soon be making another run,” says the lyrics. So… WTF? @mikko

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So does this mean LulzSec is back, somehow, @mikko? And is that theme song recording new, or did we have that before?

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mikko When did the website of lulzsecurity.org become active again? This is what it used to look like: pic.twitter.com/f4ZcckSsgU

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“Australian government to educate agencies on internet filter notices”, writes @joshgnosis zdnet.com/au/australian-…

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Thu plan, draft: Re-plan writing; NetSuite SuiteWorld, Day 3; transfer to San Francisco; write something for the money; evening TBA.

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Re-plugging: Me at @zdnetaustralia on ASIC: “Reckless Oz regulator runs roughshod over rights” zdnet.com/reckless-oz-re…

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Oh excellent. It’s gone 0500 PDT, so naturally I’m suddenly wide awake. Hello, Thursday, already? Why?

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You wouldn’t download a securities regulator.

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It’s nearly midnight PDT, so that’s enough for me. Please try not to block the entire internet in some half-arsed manner.

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MT @0x1C: GoDaddy are now advertising on “parked” globalcapitalaustralia.com, and globalcapitalwealth.com is up in .NL. :-/ [Go, ASIC!]

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@0x1C Thanks. It’s not every day I end up suggesting a government regulator has acted criminally, but… FSS this was shoddy.

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@thelaughingsub Thanks. And I guess I’ve used the head-on-a-spike image a couple times before, so it’s part of the schtick now.

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Ah good, my call for a head on a spike survived the editing process.

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Me at @zdnetaustralia on ASIC: “Reckless Oz regulator runs roughshod over rights” zdnet.com/reckless-oz-re…

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vpisteve Best. Skywriting. Evar. Seen over LA on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/VolVvBOo0Y

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RT @jonoabroad: OH: any user that doesn’t enter correct data should be shot.

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Oh Dear God, it’s 2230 PST already. It’s be good to get more than four hours sleep at least one night this month.

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@dobes Excellent. I always worry ‘cos spam filters often object to my writing. Too much pornography etc.

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@SnarkyPlatypus If it were Eurovision I wouldn’t be wearing what I’m wearing now.

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I have a feelpinion on the ASIC thing appearing at @zdnetaustralia shortly too, assuming it was received and met with editorial nodding.

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The original @delimiterau story, “Interpol filter scope creep: ASIC ordering unilateral website blocks” delimiter.com.au/2013/05/15/int…

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“ASIC’s accidental block exposes secret internet filtering scheme”, writes @joshgnosis zdnet.com/asics-accident…

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“Bumbling ASIC heralds new internet censorship era”, writes @BernardKeane. crikey.com.au/2013/05/16/bum…

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@SnarkyPlatypus Oh the band was OK. I’m just more used to running gigs and OBs, not just passively watching them. So I get bored quickly.

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So I’ve left the party, though Cake is still playing. Even after all these years, it feels weird being at a gig with nothing to do.

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RT @GreenJ land that is girt’ by sea. on one side. youtube.com/watch?v=GyyONH… [Thank you.]

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@oberonsghost It’s not real cake. It’s just a band.

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Cake is coming on stage…

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The ladies seem to like my penguin-equipped Hawaiian shirt.

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Partay 004: there must be some way to hack the video system instagram.com/p/ZW5ReXiFi_/

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Yeah on second thoughts I might leave that app well unlaunched.

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Grindr is a species of ERP software, right?

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Revelling in the quality that only the enterprise resource planning software community can provide.

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Partay 002: marshmallow delivery on stilts instagram.com/p/ZW1hckCFuj/

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RT @cheshireb possibly the worse new word this year. “datafication” nakedcapitalism.com/2013/05/cathy-… [Aaaargh!]

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Column filed for @zdnetaustralia! Whew. It’s 1945 PDT. I have the NetSuite party now. @djdojah on the turntable, then Cake playing.

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MT @sarahinthesen8: Keeping children locked in detention indefinitely is creating a Damaged Generation. [So’s listening to Nickelback…]

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Writing analysis and opinion is so much slower when you have to refer to actual facts that exist. It’s annoying.

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So I’m assuming “Rainbowtard Epiphany” is now a suitable band name?

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Chat with @ZachNelson over. Time for email-clearing and finishing my @zdnetaustralia column before the NetSuite SuiteWorld party.

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: Old people and technology *mutters darkly* [What have I done NOW?]

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Healthy food for the hard-working media instagram.com/p/ZWTB8diFhW/

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Wed plan, 1500 PDT update: Plan writing; 1600 @ZachNelson meeting; 1900 NetSuite party with Cake and DJ Dojah; writing for the money.

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@josephfung Don’t worry, it’s all my… my way of approaching the world. You did have a lot to get through.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Un certain nombre de personnes m’ont dit que c’est la vérité de la question, oui. Nous allons aborder cette vérité bientôt

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I have survived a 90-minute keynote and two press briefing sessions. A break now before a one-hour group meeting with @ZachNelson.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Mon cerveau est plein de tant de nouvelles informations. Je pense que je vais bientôt exploser. Et vous?

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@yewenyi I will be writing something more or less along those lines.

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And now we’re in the Australian customer and press roundtable, 90 minutes of all-in well-oiled fun.

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RT @benkepes: Interested in the solution being shown now? I wrote about it awhile back diversity.net.nz/netsuite-and-e…

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So, it’s now 10.20am and there’s more wine on stage… instagram.com/p/ZVy8t4iFmT/

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RT @benkepes: LightCMS looks like a souped up geocities - not convinced that is a good thing [Ouch!]

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NetSuite’s new LightCMS functionality was just demod, but I was distracted so no comment yet.

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The Deem travel & expenses integration with NetSuite looks like it’ll make quite a few business travellers just a little bit happier.

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@TribeHR Ah yeah good point. Let’s perhaps not continue that conversation until I’m safely out of the country…

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@SofiaLofblad @TribeHR Oh dear, if you think THAT was mean then I recommend you don’t follow me or read any of my columns.

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@holgermu @TribeHR Heh for sure. It looks like he’s got a great product there, and the enthusiasm is obvious.

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@TribeHR Oh oh oh don’t, please don’t say “social”. I will end up having to stab more people and it won’t end well. ;)

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That said, @TribeHR looks to be a great companion to NetSuite. I just wish their CEO would stop and breathe from time to time.

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DEAR MR FUNG FROM @TribeHR PLEASE TAKE YOUR SEDATIVES BEFORE GOING ON STAGE M’KAY?

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Australia’s Headland Machinery wins YourSuite award. I’ll be talking to them later today.

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NetSuite is adding a debugger into the SuiteScript IDE.

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Multi-book Accounting will be supported, so obviously you’ll only use that feature for the legal things, right guys? ;)

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OneWorld is now in use (and presumably compliant) in 150+ countries, with support for 190+currencies.

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Looks like there’s some really big improvements coming in the billing / analystics dashboard area too.

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New feature: “My Worklist” with easier interface for quick tasks: available next year in UX overhaul.

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New feature: Can drag and drop any number of files directly onto a record in the web interface. Big round of applause.

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New feature in web interface: “StickEase”, private or public sticky notes attached to individual records. A great UI mod, IMHO.

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NetSuite for iPhone v2 is availble now in beta to selected customers, released into App Store “in a couple months”.

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The tech demos begin. Coming is NetSuite for iPhone v2. Improved dashboard, calendar, editing estimates, changing sales orders etc.

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Goldberg claims NetSuite customers have made $73 billion in revenue, more than the GDP of 80% of countries (not added, presumably).

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How much did NetSuite pay for the rights to use this Batman footage?

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The keynote with NetSuite founder and CTO Evan Goldberg begins… instagram.com/p/ZVrBibCFti/

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@ZachNelson Hey we got the drinks, and thank you, but it’s YOU we missed!

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Time for breakfast in the press lounge before Evan Goldberg’s keynote an hour from now.

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All Australian agencies have such powers already, @elronxenu. s313 of the Telecommunications Act. austlii.edu.au/au/legis/cth/c…

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To call that effort by ASIC “ham-fisted” would be an insult to people whose fists were actually made of ham.

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Oh bravo. ASIC killed access to 1200+ websites because ONE of them “appear[s] to be” running a dodgy investment scam. delimiter.com.au/2013/05/15/int…

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