Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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June 2013

@D_Keating Well, it wouldn’t do any harm. Overall, my mix of media work does have to sustain me. But that’s business, and it’s Sunday.

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@D_Keating Thanks. I’ve got some interesting conversations happening for the first four. I just hope I can sustain it. We shall see.

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@D_Keating @JoshuaWithers @MolksTVTalk @ThingCommittee Corrupted Nerds will be in iTunes when I fix a problem with the RSS feed. This week.

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@JoshuaWithers @MolksTVTalk @D_Keating @ThingCommittee Well, I’ve been ON a committee… quite a few, alas. And boards. And turps.

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@MolksTVTalk @D_Keating @JoshuaWithers @ThingCommittee I’ll have a listen. And I’m in Sydney most weeks, a flexible schedule.

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@MolksTVTalk @D_Keating @JoshuaWithers @ThingCommittee I have no idea what you’re talking about, but I think I should be worried.

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New blog post: “Weekly Wrap 160: Black dog, black sky and more NSA” stilgherrian.com/weekly-wrap/16…

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New podcast: “Corrupted Nerds: Conversations 2”, with Sean Richmond, Sophos, debunking APTs and cyberwar. corruptednerds.com/pod/conversati…

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@leslienassar (Note that I resisted the explanation “because you’re an arsehat”, because I’m polite.)

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GreenJ insatiably curious chicken is insatiably curious.

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Well, @leslienassar, Corrupted Nerds is my new podcast and website. corruptednerds.com I cannot explain why you haven’t listened.

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I’ve nearly finished producing episode 2 of corruptednerds.com so why not listen to episode 1 with @e_kaspersky? corruptednerds.com/pod/conversati…

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Horse_ebooks Now imagine that mountain placed at the centre of a compass.

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It’s just so terrible when a media outlet publishes something you don’t agree with, isn’t it! I mean, freedom of speech should be banned!

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Sticky date, with podcast production and cabernet sauvignon instagram.com/p/bKxr6FiFvq/

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Sun plan, draft: Fix loose ends at http://corruptednerds/; lunch, shopping Katoomba; podcast production; 2 x blog posts; early night.

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Hello, Sunday. How is the unravelling going?

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Thanks for the recommendation for @Pinboard, @garthk @viveka, I’ll be checking it my links-to-blog-post tools on Monday.

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@scarrgo71 That looks lovely, but I think @markatextor’s head just exploded.

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@markatextor Is this your new paper? “Brussels Sprouts and the Domino Theory”?

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RT @markatextor: @stilgherrian how far would you go? pic.twitter.com/I3U6PXOwfW [I’d do many things but, no, that’s just wrong.]

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@niallclugston It also appears to be operating just fine under its new owners. delicious.com

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@niallclugston The point was/is easy enough. Bookmarks that you share across devices and with friends.

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Once upon a time , if one wanted to save web links with a 1-par description and post daily into WordPress, one used Delicious. What now?

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@RealDavidHeath Thanks very much. I missed making podcasts, as it happens, so I hope I can find a way to support corruptednerds.com

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@franksting @smperris @erkpod Yes, @e_kaspersky does indeed talk about cyberwar, and I tease out his reasoning. I think you’d enjoy it.

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@markatextor The brussels sprouts campaign I know not of what you speak. But I actually quite like them in a stir-fry.

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@smperris @erkpod Yes, it’s purely cosmetic, and should be an easy-to-find glitch in how I set up the PowerPress podcasting plugin for WP.

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@smperris @erkpod The only feed problem is that on the individual feeds the title is “Corrupted Nerds: ConversationsCorruptedNerds”. Ugly.

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@erkpod I have just scheduled some time tomorrow to sort all the podcast feeds, as well as a second episode.

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@erkpod I still have a bug in the RSS feeds, alas, so I have not yet submitted the podcast to the fruit-related place or other directories.

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@markatextor Ah, thanks for the thought. And no disrespect to @walkleys, but the rum sounds a much better idea.

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4. Me at @CSO_Australia Friday: “[Security megastar Bruce] Schneier joins EFF board in wake of NSA scandal” cso.com.au/article/466181…

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3. Me at @zdnetaustralia Friday: “Beyond Conroy: Australia’s future internet politics” zdnet.com/beyond-conroy-…

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2. Me at @crikey_news on Tuesday: “Remember the NSA? Snooping is the real story” crikey.com.au/2013/06/25/rem… [paywall, free trial]

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Since it’s a rainy Saturday and people have been busy through the week, my next four tweets will be me pimping shit I’ve done this week.

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This week’s @RNmediareport “Journopreneurialism: a new word for a new media future” has some interesting views. abc.net.au/radionational/…

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Sat plan re-imagined: Sleep in (done); map out next week, at least roughly; catch up on reading; early night; stay warm (forecast min 3C).

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Oh. The Saturday plan labelled “sleep in” worked after all. Just from 1030 to 1300. Frmnulluminiallypfff.

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I think I will have to turn around this Saturday in international waters.

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It is Saturday. And it is not going to plan. And all the plan had in it was “sleep in”.

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Listening to @Herring1967’s latest Leicester Square Theatre Podcast with Edgar Wright. comedy.co.uk/podcasts/richa…

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@bernietb Glad to hear it, because that was exactly my thinking. 1-on-1, allowing us to dig deeper into issues and learn.

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@bernietb He is. As you can probably tell, I enjoyed the conversation. I’ll have a new episode by Monday, I suspect.

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And did you know I have a new podcast? corruptednerds.com An episode with @e_kaspersky about all the cybers? corruptednerds.com/pod/conversati…

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Me at @CSO_Australia earlier: “[Bruce] Schneier joins EFF board in wake of NSA scandal” cso.com.au/article/466181…

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Me at @zdnetaustralia earlier: “Beyond Conroy: Australia’s future internet politics” zdnet.com/beyond-conroy-…

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RT @ApostrophePong: Kids’ play on the bus instagram.com/p/bGSFG0vGEc/ [Once more I’m envious of ‘Pong visiting Yangon.]

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Snowden performed a critical service, writes Roger Cohen. “History, the real sort, will judge him kindly.” nytimes.com/2013/06/28/opi… HT @jjn1

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“China’s Space Program Tries to Catch Up”, being a @Stratfor analysis. stratfor.com/analysis/china…

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I’m late to this, but @JohnBirmingham’s “Life in the surveillance state” is a thing you should read. brisbanetimes.com.au/comment/blogs/…

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“Who really invented the internet in Australia”, writes @bengrubb well about a history twice his age. smh.com.au/technology/tec…

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Me at @CSO_Australia: “Schneier joins EFF board in wake of NSA scandal” cso.com.au/article/466181…

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@skankyballerina @dj2mn I look forward to your report.

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@AndeGregson Thank, Ande. It was an interesting six years.

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RT @skwashd: In a Bronwyn Bishop kinda way? [A Bronwyn Bishop kind of way is a good kind of way.]

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ben_hr OH: “Theatre is Foxtel for rich people”

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Me at @zdnetaustralia: “Beyond Conroy: Australia’s future internet politics” zdnet.com/beyond-conroy-…

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Article filed for @CSO_Australia, which (mostly) ends the week’s work. Except for pimping the stuff I’ve done and suchlike.

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Mobile: Implementing the rest of the plan.

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@AttardMon I wasn’t watching at that point, sorry, I was on deadline.

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Julie Bishop is hot when she gets cranky like this. I should watch Sky News more often.

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Rudd is working that press gallery like a puppetmaster with a whole bucket of Vaseline.

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RT @llament: What does it mean? [Does that matter? We live in a post-meaning world now.]

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I have just coined the word “cybercrossroads”. You can thank me later.

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Right, I’ll leave you folks to your speculation for the weekend. I have an article to finish.

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Indeed, PM Kevin Rudd just said the new cabinet will be sworn in on Monday.

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Joe O’Brien just said on @ABCNews24 that some are saying the ministry won’t be announced today.

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@purserj @bernietb @reselsnark @jonkudelka Au contraire, there’s PLENTY for us to get on with until the announcement. ALL THE OTHER THINGS.

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@purserj @bernietb @reselsnark I can’t be arsed with speculation. I’m on deadline, and we’ll probably know who it is in 20 mins.

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RT @reselsnark: Who do you think the best person Rudd could put up for Comms? [I’m still thinking about this post-resignations.]

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bernietb If Rudd is about to announce his front bench, you’d better all get your feelings cakes in the oven.

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Prime Minister Rudd has called a press conference for 1230 AEST. My guess is a new ministry will be announced, including Conroy’s successor.

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New photo: “Sydney’s 50 shades of emerald, all of them grey” flickr.com/photos/stilghe…

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@T4RD1S Hey, @DailyMailUK is citing a @WIRED article with a photo of the FBI receipt. [shrugs] Seems legit. As in actually legit.

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@PeteDotAscian @DailyMailUK @WIRED “Knocking off” implies plagiarism but that’s fully sourced. I happened upon @DailyMailUK’s version first.

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Original “WikiLeaks Volunteer Was a Paid Informant for the FBI” by @kpoulsen at @WIRED, which @DailyMailUK cites. wired.com/threatlevel/20…

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@joshgnosis @badm0f0 Well then, if you’re on the theme, stick to it, I say!

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“Julian Assange’s WikiLeaks protege was an FBI double agent”, writes @DailyMailUK dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2…

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Tru dat, @badm0f0. And I am now removing a GoT reference from what I’m writing this morning. @joshgnosis

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badm0f0 @stilgherrian @joshgnosis one of few articles on anything in the last few months that wasn’t begun/ended/wholly comprised of GoT references.

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“Data retention always comes back”, writes @joshgnosis. But opening with a Buffy reference? Really? zdnet.com/data-retention…

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Dear Everyone, I am again WAY behind in comms. Unless it relates to something happening before Monday night, I’ll reply Monday onwards.

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Fri plan: Write for @zdnetaustralia; lunch; 1428 train to Wentworth Falls; write for @CSO_Australia en route; early night, probably.

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@SMinney @crikey_news One advantage of a live radio background is that you learn where the edge of libel lies,m and can navigate that reef.

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@SMinney @crikey_news Lawyers aren’t really needed if it presents facts, and then fair opinion of what those facts mean…

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Which would be nice, @jturner_ibrs, if Android handset makers and their telcos effing will got their shit together and released patches.

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jturner_ibrs Version stats for Android goo.gl/eFrk6 compared to iOS goo.gl/C7BJx Jelly Bean: 33% vs iOS6: 93%

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Security megastar Bruce Schneier has joined the board of the EFF. eff.org/press/releases… That’s kind of a big statement.

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I suspect the PR suggesting I write for @crikey_news about an online shop for self-indulgent “luxury” trinkets reads neither me nor Crikey.

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Fri plan, draft: Write for @zdnetaustralia; lunch; 1428 train to Wentworth Falls; write for @CSO_Australia en route, probably; early night.

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It’s Friday. It’s going to be complicated.

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@skankyballerina @dj2mn I have gained an understanding of your position, yes.

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Having read all safety instructions, I am choosing to eat sushi for dinner tonight. I will now go to the place of sushi, and eat sushi.

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@skankyballerina @dj2mn I thought Andreas Fistingvieder was something else, but in any event, harps should be banned along with land mines.

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RT @niallclugston: The problem is the legal worldview and the medical worldview are poles apart. [Exactly. Biology is blurry at the edges.]

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Sadly, @404ed, no leeches were prescribed.

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Pharmacist recommends against certain aspects of GP’s recommendation. Because Science.

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Gotta love my GPs. “I recommend we try X, but if it doesn’t work it’s not my fault, OK?”

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Well that was interesting.

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GreenJ …the weird turn pro. RT @ConroyMO: For everyone who’s asked ‘Why the Dalek?’ - farewell from all in Team Conroy pic.twitter.com/rKs4XVQYC6

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I’m sure this medical practice is playing Enya in the waiting room because they think it’s relaxing. They are wrong. Please hand me a knife.

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RT @leslienassar: Itsa me! [Well, there’s a problem solved. And ten more created.]

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Do we have a new communications minister yet?

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“Conroy’s legacy: From factional Dalek to NBN master”, writes @joshgnosis zdnet.com/au/conroys-leg…

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RT @michaelneale: what is an information industry? [Dunno, but AIIA is “voice of the digital economy”. aiia.com.au Proctology?]

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By comparison, Competitive Carriers Coalition (CCC) thanks Sen Conroy “for his service and achievements in the portfolio”, wishes him well.

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RT @firstdogonmoon: FAIRY MARTINS! youtube.com/watch?v=v6I7wA… [Damn, I thought that said “fairy martinis” for a moment. Sulk.]

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[Deletes press release from whiney rent-seeking industry.]

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Well, Dear AIIA perhaps all PM Rudd needs to do is point you to some pages on the ABS website that show you how fucking well off you are.

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“Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is calling on PM Rudd “to take action to restore industry confidence in the economy”.

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@leftventricleau Thanks. Pre-made WordPress themes and too many years of media work give you the skills to paper over the cracks.

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@leftventricleau No, I’ve got nothing going. The one new thing I did have was sorta launched last week. corruptednerds.com

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@leftventricleau @cfsmtbation I have abandoned work for the day, for reasons which may be explained later.

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RT @cfsmtbation: Extreme cat watching. pic.twitter.com/s1qyYWoMK1 [But very good catspam nonetheless.]

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@theMickMorris Indeed. I stumbled across the post looking for something else, and realised that I’ve been writing about this shit for years.

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Just stumbled across my 2007 post “Oops, there goes privacy! So now what?” Does the thesis still hold? stilgherrian.com/internet/oops_…

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At least there’s someone having a time that seems worse than mine, because it’s on television. mumbrella.com.au/when-the-news-…

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Nope, the chances of me getting any meaningful work done today is very low indeed.

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This isn’t going to work.

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Staring at the to-do list, trying to figure out how I can make this work, when nothing really wants to work.

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Is there a list of known Sydney City Council hopefuls somewhere?

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Heading back to Camperdown, in the hope that I’ll get some sort of inspiration to be able to write.

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Meanwhile his colleague was on the phone, ordering two cartons of shot glasses.

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He’s gone. He’s expecting a delivery of mince for “the hambuggers” and then has to buy “rolls for the hambuggers”. Demanding life, it seems.

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Earlier, re Sydney City Council, he said his plan for [didn’t catch] was “to sack all 20 of them straight away”.

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OH, his colleague: “My surname used to be Albanese.” Man: “Your maiden name?” “Yes.” “That’s OK, that doesn’t make you a socialist.”

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OH, his colleague: “You’re smoking? I thought you gave up at the beginning of the year?” “Yeah, but Julia Gillard stressed me out.”

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OH: “And wouldn’t it be great if Clover went too. What a year that’d be.”

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OH: “Still, she’s from Adelaide,” he sneers.

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OH: “Thank God that dreadful women is gone, we don’t have to listen to that horrible nasal drone,” he fagwhines hypocritically.

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The whiney man at the next table is loudly complaining and discussing his Sydney City Council election strategy. He’s an arsehat.

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Vampiric procedures have been completed. There was an also incidental conversation about poo. Of course, breakfast is next.

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Mobile. Implementing the draft plan. And already I’m behind schedule. Excellent.

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Thu plan, draft: 0800 let the vampires do their work; breakfast; remainder TBA, but there’s a LOT of writing I’m meant to do this week. Cry.

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And so ends the Competitive Carriers Coalition presser. I’ll post links to any relevant stuff this afternoon under the hashtag.

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Q: Why would Telstra cooperate with infrastructure sharing? A (Murrow): They get smaller share, but of a bigger pie.

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A (from Malone): Cites a study that has shown direct linkage of broadband speeds to productivity improvements. Will get link later.

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A (from Murrow): Wider market for apps improves individual productivity, distributed call centres more appealing, stuff yet unknown.

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Q: That $12 billion productivity improvement mentioned before. Where does that come from?

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Complex point about ACCC’s role in ensuring Telstra’s structural separation is implemented well. Watch for @joshgnosis’ story, his Q.

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The idea of shared infrastructure [cell towers] would help address this.

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Complex point about Telstra getting USO funds [?] to expand in the bush, so the “choice” ends up being Telstra or Telstra.

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A (from Forman): Both, there’s both structural and regulatory issues to address.

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Q: To get to the nub, to level the playing field, are you appealing the govt or ACCC or both

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Trying to not say something snarky about @R_Chirgwin and @Stuartcorner and old blokes talking about the past at length.

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Morrow: Aim is to give customers choice. “NBN is a vehicle to do that, but not the only one.”

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Malone notes last election was NBN vs no NBN. This year it’s NBN vs different NBN, “and that’s a good thing”.

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The theme of the earlier part of the Q&A was really a call for full structural separation of Telstra. (Sorry, was having my coffee.)

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What Telstra knows about retailers’ customers, a handout from David Tudehope, CEO, Macquarie Telecom. flickr.com/photos/stilghe…

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RT @leslienassar: So it’s basically the same briefing they’ve given every year since 2008? [@Australia journo just made that point.]

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The Competitive Carriers Coalition presser is now into Q&A. I’ll only tweet the highlights.

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Tudehope finishes by noting the NBN will take years to unfold, so that’s the timeframe.

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Tudehope notes that Telstra uses customer data they hold as wholesale provider to advantage their retail operations. Must stop.

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Conduct that needs review: sign-on bonuses, tech funds, bundling across services, exclusive deals that tie new with old services.

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Tudehope notes the usual trends affecting the industry. Move to data, data move to cloud, everything move to mobility,

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Up now, David Tudehope, CEO, Macquarie Telecom.

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Long-term strategic agenda? NBN-industry co-investment to prevent duplication, smarter investments, e.g. USO funds to infrastructure.

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Example of collaboration is sharing cell towers in an open way.

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Morrow calls for a review of transmission and backhaul prices, greater industry collaboration, greater role for NBN.

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Morrow: “From my point of view the objective is to reach as many Australians as possible with the best price and competition.”

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Morrow says he’s a huge supporter of the NBN, it’s a “bold step”, but is technology-agnostic.

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Morrow sites research that if this is handled the right way there’d be a $12 billion boost to productivity.

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“The country is at a crossroads,” says Morrow. This is an “opportunity to take advantage of the digital revolution.”

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There’s now more Australia users accessing the internet via mobile devices than fixed line.

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Mobile phone penetration is now at 137%, highest-penetarion smartphone market in the world.

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Up now, Bill Morrow, CEO, Vodafone Hutchison Australia.

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Customers in regional areas have least capacity to pay (lower incomes), but broadband costs are the highest. “That needs to change.”

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Malone is showing a chart of their actual gross margins on the different products. (I hope we get soft copies of this.)

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“Australian market saddled by artificial constraints to competition. Wholesale market is gamed at every step. Prices are still high.”

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Regulated network access wholesale prices mean there’s very little spread of pricing options. Transparency lacking.

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Research says customers want choice, lower prices and innovation, but don’t necessarily go to the cheapest.

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Lots of numbers and charts now. Alas, I don’t have copies, hard or soft.

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Malone notes that Telstra’s market share was falling, but has “bounced back”.

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Up now, Michael Malone, CEO, iiNet. Primarily residential broadband, only 20% of iiNet’s revenue comes from B2B.

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“Testra retains unparalleled integration and market power”, so today presenting proposals for reform over the next few years.

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Fall in price for internet services os 2.7% was the smallest drop in 5 years. Cause? Structural problems…

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Average real prices for fixed voice services down 4.9% in 2011-12, 7.3% slower than in 2010-11.

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Improvements are slowing, not speeding up. Line rentals prices fell 1.4% in 2011-12, after falling 4.2% in 2010-11.

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Australians continue to pay the highest prices in OECD for basic call services.

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Australia continues to fall on “global broadband league table”, in broadband penetration and price drops.

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Intro by David Forman, Gm Telecommunications, CPR Communications.

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… and Michael Malone, CEO, iiNet. I’ve just noticed that other folks are using the hashtag for something else. I’ll switch to

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