Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @stilgherrian ever

January 30th, 2014

@jonoabroad Sorry, can’t see what you’re saying there.

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Here’s @TurnbullMalcolm interviewed by @leighsales about the ABC/SBS review on tonight’s “7.30”. abc.net.au/news/2014-01-3…

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“ABCs of Auntie’s budget” by @HarrisonPolites and Callum Pickering. businessspectator.com.au/article/2014/1…

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Stopping doing the SEKRIT things.

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Doing SEKRIT things.

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RT @sylmobile: Where is the list of annual government expenditure line items? [The Budget? finance.gov.au]

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glengyron Spicks and Specs was horrible and is horrible. Kill it.

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 9:21 PM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Janetter for Mac)

Oops, there’s STILL a typo in that tweet. The Sydney Opera House / Chinese New Year photo is from @Margy011. pic.twitter.com/yEnHopMqie

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Fred_Delicious Next time you’re feeling down just think that at some point a masturbating woman will have panicked & thrown a dildo at a spider

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 9:09 PM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Janetter for Mac)

So the Sydney Opera House turns red for Chinese New Year. Photo via @Margy0111 pic.twitter.com/yEnHopMqie

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I suspect I was a little too adventurous with that pig.

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mmechomski Love this. RT @xfactorcomms: RT @thelawns: Brilliant! pic.twitter.com/ss6Mgpt3K3

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 8:58 PM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Janetter for Mac)

@gtlloyd @DeptOfAustralia I wasn’t thinking it through much more, just avoiding a corny @leighsales as Queen of Hearts. That’s @LaTrioli.

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@sydneyfireworks You’re missing the fact that it’s Lunar New Year (Chinese, Vietnamese etc)?

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RT @DeptOfAustralia: The 1,000,000 Internet Points bounty goes to @gtlloyd pic.twitter.com/bds4Zfhqan [Surely @leighsales is Queen of Spades?]

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Here’s @TurnbullMalcolm interviewed by @Colvinius about the ABC/SBS efficiency review etc from this evening’s “PM”. abc.net.au/pm/content/201…

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“Gorgeous Aerial Photos Capture The Ironic Beauty Of Fracking” gizmodo.com.au/2014/01/gorgeo… More at grainimages.com/project/fracki… Ping @ApostrophePong

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cjjosh Is Big Ted being held hostage?RT @bazarazzi: pic.twitter.com/omVeKhkLQo

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Hmmm. My Twitter client, Janetter, seems to be losing a bunch of my replies.

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“For your convenience, please disable security warnings”, writes @troyhunt, always with the good advice. troyhunt.com/2014/01/for-yo…

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I still don’t understand why the US Federal Reserve has a tapir.

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“Cyclone Dylan forms after king tides hit North Qld coast”, @abcnews? Coward tides, you mean. ab.co/1k8MzqL

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BernardKeane the key to the ABC review is that it’s being done within the Comms Dept, where it can be controlled by govt. no independent audit firm.

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 6:07 PM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Tweetbot for iOS)

Pad prik king moo ped ped maak krub.

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“Closing for annual staff party Tue 28th to Thu 30th January”? THIS IS OUTRAGEOUS.

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It’s been hours since I retweeted Mr Rabbit with a pig’s arse. I’ never tire of it though. pic.twitter.com/it0npa8QVH HT @DeptOfAustralia

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sylmobile Stephen Fry is the Pie Face shop of ABC Television.

via Polly (retweeted on 5:42 PM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Janetter for Mac)

How many peaches does it take to make “Q&A”?

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Maybe even tub waan.

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Rob_Stott *Malcolm Turnbull quietly explaining to Kerry that you can use a tea bag more than once*

via Twitter for iPad (retweeted on 5:37 PM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Janetter for Mac)

I think I might have to resort to boat noodle.

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RT @leslienassar: Mr Rabbit is paying extra close attention to the ABC charter 31.media.tumblr.com/51817fdaff9f36… [This seems even more apt now.]

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RT @GreenJ: you know what this means: more @stephenfry [I fear that this is very true.]

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shanebazzi “efficiency study” pic.twitter.com/UbWibCYuvk

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 5:26 PM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Janetter for Mac)

thegrugq How to know which mobile messaging applications are most likely targeted by NSA’s TAO? Informative graphic pic.twitter.com/61GHJTkheA

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I am not in the mood for a venue called Buns & Balls. I am not in the mood for Kings Cross.

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BernardKeane Last time the Coalition launched an “efficiency review” of the ABC, KPMG found it needed MORE funding, not less bit.ly/1d9gZ66

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jonathanvswan Breaking: EXCLUSIVE: Abbott government to launch ‘efficiency study’ into ABC, SBS theage.com.au/federal-politi… via @theage

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RT @marcuskelson: the ABC is the most monstrously conceived and dangerous communist plot we have ever had to face. [I agree 100%.]

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RT @iiadamogrady: I’m fully against ABC subversion and supportive of Abbott’s demands to move to a git based national broadcaster. [Groan.]

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We cannot allow ABC infiltration, ABC indoctrination, ABC subversion, to sap and impurify all of our precious bodily fluids.

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menendymendez oh my god MARK SCOTT = MARX COT, THE ABC IS LITERALLY A BED OF COMMUNISTS

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Or maybe I’m just being affected by the winds and tides.

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Oh THAT’S why I suddenly feel like I’m falling asleep. Mr Rabbit is holding a press conference. Talk about spooky action at a distance.

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This evening’s drinks are at Buns & Balls. The imagery on this venue’s website does not fill me with confidence. bunsandballs.com.au

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“‘Scabrous attack’ on Bradman unworthy of a hero” thenewdaily.com.au/sport/2014/01/… It’s a response to this. thenewdaily.com.au/sport/2014/01/… HT @nxdnz

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snurb_dot_info SPOILER: No. RT @beneltham: So, has there been a “wage explosion” in the construction sector? pic.twitter.com/LKslTgnoJs

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RT @KJBar: Clive Palmer: “The ABC stands as the last sentry at the gates of democracy.” @SkyNewsAust [We are so fucked.]

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This week’s Clarke and Dawe, “Turning Back The News Where It Is Safe To Do So”, is particularly good. youtube.com/watch?v=j6gouU…

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fogonwater I am sitting next to a gentleman who is reading “How to do everything in Microsoft Sharepoint”. Poor bastard.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 4:15 PM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Janetter for Mac)

iamdevloper Check any item of food in your cupboard and there’s a good chance one of the ingredients will be jQuery.

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@Gwyntaglaw That involved scrolling. Why do you hate Freedom?

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@adm_76 Yeah. It’s just part of the signage to attract the attention of potential tenants for the forthcoming building.

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@adm_76 It’s a literal caption. At 200 George St, currently a building site, they’ve got 3 metre high cut-out digits, “200”.

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jcoglan If someone asks who to use instead of GoDaddy, say “anyone else”. Seriously. Fishmonger. Taxidermist. Fire department. Literally anyone

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: Geri Halliwell to represent the UK in 2014 Eurovision? bit.ly/1b6Zvup [Yeah, I turned them down.]

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RT @SimonPalan: ABC News 24 is looking to hire a sports presenter/producer. careers.abc.net.au/jobDetails.asp… [Must be fond of the home teams.]

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RT @PitcherJenna: Urge to kill… rising. [Excellent. Embrace your emotions. Feel the energy building. You know what to do.]

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It’s great watching Mr Rabbit being interviewed on TV. While the questions are being asked you can see the cogwheels grinding in his head.

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@leftocentre @expectproblems It’s very good, yes. Great work, @phonytonyabbott. I’ve already tweeted the correct credit.

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“Somebody call the waaaambulance - the ABC has been mean to Abbott”, writes @JohnBirmingham brisbanetimes.com.au/comment/blogs/…

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Oops, this collection of quotes by Mr Rabbit was put together by @phonytonyabbott not @leftocentre. pic.twitter.com/yPHnVK52uc

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RT @leslienassar: All of the hat guys. Forever. i.imgur.com/9VClTYt.gif [Yes, this is a bit special.]

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Well here’s a lovely little collection of quotes by Mr Rabbit put together by @leftocentre pic.twitter.com/yPHnVK52uc HT @expectproblems

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RT @ashd_au: The World’s Worst Penetration Test Report by it.toolbox.com/trd/73/2/58747… [Hilarious! HT @SpawnRich]

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RT @Adam86Valentine: THE MOST IMPORTANT FILM EVENT OF THE YEAR bit.ly/1kadjqT [Yes, @SnarkyPlatypus.]

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@Toby_Halligan “Slaughterhouse Procedures Training, Module 3: Pigs”.

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bitcoin_txt BITCOIN is not a money, it’s our future.

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RT @jeamland: @dlitchfield @stilgherrian The “O” in “ORLY” stands for “Oracle”. [Hah. Well played.]

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dlitchfield Larry Ellison just said this: “To the best of our knowledge, an Oracle database hasn’t been broken into for a couple of decades by anybody”

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 1:31 PM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Tweetbot for iOS)

RT @ivovic: planning to get smashed at lunch? [Nope, I have drinks to go to at 1800. It’s also NYE tonight.]

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@SnarkyPlatypus @chieftech @smperris Many lower-level jobs are governed by awards anyway. Certainly clerical and admin are.

via Tweetbot for iOS in reply to SnarkyPlatypus

cathywilcox1 This didn’t make it into the paper today. It’s the punchline that writes itself. pic.twitter.com/OhxcfXmwNy

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 1:16 PM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Plume for Android)

“Look, I don’t know, just stash it behind some trees or something.” instagram.com/p/jxowJSCFpW/

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@SnarkyPlatypus @smperris Higher proportion than I’d have imagined. But my views are warped by the media being quite personal negotiations.

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@smperris @SnarkyPlatypus Salary is just part of negotiated working conditions anyway. Hours, rates, on-call factors, duration etc.

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@smperris @SnarkyPlatypus I thought salary mentions in job ads went out ages ago, apart from public and non-profit sectors.

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Drifting into The Rocks. So to speak.

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@AlexGreenwich @expectproblems Before that even, we look at the figures, see violence is actually decreasing, and just let that continue.

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BlogsofWar RT @ShervinSinatra: I can’t stress how important this is…. This deserves Endless RT’s pic.twitter.com/UpOxUFfsmk

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@teqnomad Thanks very much, I’ll dig it out later this afternoon.

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@0x1C They’re more your “before” shots, the rash on the buttocks “after”.

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I seem to be at Circular Quay.

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Deloitte’s TMT Predictions 2014 (tech, media, telecommunications), the report is here. deloitte.com/view/en_AU/au/…

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MichaelBleby Not a good sales pitch to potential students RT @archanddesign: Well this is a bit of a pic.twitter.com/px2gr8oh4w

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@CosmicRami I’ll check it out, but not today. Had Japanese for lunch yesterday, and the Quay or The Rocks look appealing.

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RT @SulphurCocky @stilgherrian were you looking for a second name for a Google hangout ?
-> Cyber Stilgherrian @StilCyber
[Oh that’s right.]

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@CosmicRami Interesting. The most recent review on Google Maps is not reassuring, however.

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So, lunch in the Sydney CBD. Who? Where?

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@0x1C Have you seen “Max Headroom”? Depicted a TV health talkback show.” Just hold your buttocks up to the camera…”

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@jmacmullin Yep, I’ll have the link to the report within the next 30 minutes.

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And that’s the end. I shall have the link to the report we’ve just been discussing very shortly.

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eVisits, combined with the wearables trend, could lead to a move away from the break-fix model for healthcare.

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In US and Canada there’s 600 million visits to GP per annum. Half are for reasons that could be solved by an eVisit.

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That’s a 400% increase on 2012 levels. 75 million of them will be in North America.

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11. eVisits: Redefining the patient-physician relationship. In 2014 there’ll be 100 million eVisits globally, saving $5 billion.

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Challenges for MOOCs will be increasing completion rates, acceptance by employers and credentialing bodies.

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Enrolments in 2014 will top 10 million courses, up 100% from 2012. Low completion rates mean under 0.2% of courses will be MOOCs

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10. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC): not a disruption zone yet, but the future is bright.

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9. Phablets are not a phad. There you go.

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Oops “Phablets are not a Phad” should have been one of the numbered predictions, so I’ll fix that.

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Note that the over-55s in developed countries so have disposable income, there’s plenty of opportunities for profit here.

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Many over-55 currently get their first smsrtphone through hand-me-up from younger family members upgrading. This will change.

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Smartphone ownership for over-55s in developed countries will reach 45 to 50%, still lower than 18-54yo at 70+%.

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8. Smartphone generation gap: Over 55? There’s no app for that. Biggest increase in smartphone use in 2014 will be over-55s.

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SMS will still be growing in volume, however, e.g. in Latin America, but decline in developed markets.

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Despite volumes, SMS will still generate $100 billion, which is 50x the revenue of MIM.

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In Apri 2013, WhatsApp overtook number of messages on SMS.

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7. SMS vs IM: value vs volume. In 2014, mobile IM will carry twice the volume of SMS. (50 billion per day vs 21 billion.)

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6. TV measurement: for better and worse. We’ll hybrid measurement that’ll pick up PC, tablet and smartphone viewing.

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In Australia, we should see investment in in-stadium technology, as in US stadiums.

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Higher spend on sports rights is likely to be accompanied by rising spend on TV production. [Not bolstering profits?]

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5. Broadcast sports rights: premium plus. 2014 value of premium sports broadcast rights will be $24.2 billion, up 14% from 2013.

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Availability of low cost video streaming devices should encourage subscription video on demand usage.

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Additional pay TV subscriptions may be substituting for DVD sales.

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“The household bill-payer may not necessarily know about the second subscription.” Damn teenagers.

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Households aren’t necessarily choosing between subscription and video-on-demand, may opt for both (or more providers).

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4. Doubling up on pay TV: by end 2014, 50 million households globally will have 2+ pay TV subscriptions, $5B extra revenue.

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A US trial of police using Google Glass led to an 80% drop in accusations of police brutality. [Will seek out report later.]

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Some discussion now of business uses for Google Glass, e.g. tourism info, policing etc.

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FIXED: 3, Wearables: the eyes have it. Smart glasses, fitness bands, watches will sell 10 million units in 2014, about $3 billion.

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Glasses will generate the most revenue (higher price) 4M units, fitness bands 4M, smart watches 2M (young don’t care for ‘em).

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3, Wearables: the eyes have it. Smart glasses, fitness bands and watches will sell 10 million units in 2013, about $3 billion.

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Phablets are generally better (with larger screen) for Korean and Chinese script.

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In Korea, say, phablets are better for games, yet compact for use in crowded transit.

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Phablets are more Middle East and Asia Pacific, not so much North America or Europe.

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@joshgnosis You showed fair judgement. But I was lonely.

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“2014 may be ‘peak phablet’, as only a (sizeable) minority of smartphone users will want to handle such a large device.”

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“Phablets are not a Phad, but they may be peaking.”

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In the last year, iPad sales growth slowed. It’s now a premium product, not predominant.

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2. One becomes many: the tablet market stratifies. In Q1, installed base of compact tablets will exceed that of classic tablets.

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Combines smartphone and tablet factory revenues to exceed entire remainder of consumer electronics market in 2013.

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TV sales are also hitting a plateau. But smartphones and tablets are now the dominant devices. Games consoles “only” $10 billion.

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Smartphones reaching saturation. Rapid exponential growth curve of last 3 to 4 years starting to slow. Changeover cycle longer.

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“Global sales of smartphones, tablets, PCs, TV sets and games consoles will surpass $0.75 trillion in 2014,” declining growth.

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1. The $750 billion converged living room: a plateau approaches.

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Oh, that was just the tech section. There were 16 predictions in 2013, 11 this year.

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Example: Smartphone shipments did hit 1 billion, but wireless spectrum was indeed a key issue (and will continue to be).

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Deloitte claims 80% success rate with their six key 2013 predictions.

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There’ll be soft copies of the report available later today, I gather. Sixty pages with plenty of footnotes and references.

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I am now in Deloitte HQ, Sydney, for the launch of their 2014 prediction in tech, media and telecommunications. Mute to avoid.

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0930, Liverpool Street. Man with dreadlocks and plastic cup of white wine harangues another man about taxation levels and train timetables.

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@leslienassar I’ve no idea what they’re doing with their fingers.

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@jplonie I was thinking that, actually. But I was also thinking “It’s on!”

via Janetter for Mac in reply to jplonie

alliecoyne Price tag makes sense now - Google will keep most of Motorola’s 17.5k patents in the $3bn Lenovo deal itnews.com.au/News/370927,le…

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 9:23 AM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Janetter for Mac)

@joshrowe Sydney in my case. Though we’re teleconferencing with Melbourne.

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@bigbadave @juhasaarinen Well that’s not a correction, it’s speculation. All we have so far is Vodafone’s statement.

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Ah, this briefing is at Deloitte HQ in the CBD, I’m guessing it’s a pants-on kind of event. Adjusting attire appropriately.

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NewtonMark ABC’s triennial funding bill passed just 7 months ago; and even if the Libs wanted to cut it, the Senate won’t let them. Pissing wind.

via Tweetbot for iOS (retweeted on 8:55 AM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Janetter for Mac)

@csoghoian Oh I should mention, too, that I quoted your tweet about Akamai and HTTPS in yesterday’s column. zdnet.com/akamais-https-…

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GordyPls AN ACT to establish Buzzfeed as the national broadcaster, and for these ten related purposes

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 8:52 AM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Janetter for Mac)

That RT of @a0rtega was via @csoghoian and, yes, even I can see that’s a worrying Windows registry key. Controls webcam indicator LED.

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a0rtega If you have a Logitech webcam, you should worry about this value in your Win registry .sys pic.twitter.com/LZJMGPEmDq

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Love Fuel/n2n’s work. Before Xmas they emailed “It’s too hard trying to fit in all the Xmas drinks. Reserve 30 Jan for Back-to-Work Drinks.”

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Thu plan: 1000 Deloitte briefing; lunch (who? where? invite me!); sysadmin afternoon; 1800 Fuel/n2n Back-to-Work Drinks, Kings Cross.

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NeinQuarterly The industry formerly known as culture.

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JasonClareMP Abbott’s attack on the ABC today is laying the groundwork for another broken promise. Remember this? pic.twitter.com/FddebL0UT5

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 8:43 AM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Janetter for Mac)

“Malcolm Turnbull defends ABC after Tony Abbott’s attack”, reports Fairfax. smh.com.au/federal-politi…

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@bigbadave I’m not sure how that additional fact would change @juhasaarinen’s story?

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GordyPls Aussie Post wants to raise stamp prices to 70c. I’m not sure what stamps are but this is what they want to do so there you go.

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 8:31 AM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Janetter for Mac)

RT @rockdad83: @DeptOfAustralia @stilgherrian Holy shit a talking dead pig! [I KNOW, RIGHT? AND HE WAS ELECTED PRIME MINISTER!]

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That failed, annoying man in Auckland has typed a thing about Vodafone AU and 4G. itnews.com.au/News/370921,vo…

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zwgman Thaddeus was understandably shocked when Jose blatantly stole his sweater/glasses/mustache combo: pic.twitter.com/jn8xWhrIwp

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 8:26 AM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Janetter for Mac)

Because you can never over-RT an image or Mr Rabbit shoving his head up a pig’s arse… pic.twitter.com/it0npa8QVH Thank you, @DeptOfAustralia!

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@jonkudelka Expensive, yes, says a man who ran an even more outrageous Pozible than mine. POZIBLE YOUR OWN GODDAM PATRIOTIC ARSON, ARSEHAT.

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@juhasaarinen Oh, I typo-sabotaged my own tweet. 30,000 new devices PER WEEK, yes.

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@juhasaarinen “More than one million 4G devices in the hands of its customers”, says the Vodafone release. My brain can’t do subtlety yet.

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@juhasaarinen Hang on, I think in my pre-coffee blur my attempt to de-spin the Vodafone release I muddled it. Stand by.

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craigmelvin White House is now obligated to respond to a petition to deport Justin Bieber because it has 122,000 signatures and climbing. Seriously.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 8:15 AM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Janetter for Mac)

kcarruthers How long until Abbott puts USSR style propaganda officers into ABC newsrooms? That’s jobs creation, isn’t it?

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nickbilton China Daily is reporting that Lenovo is buying Motorola, Google’s handset business, for $2 billion. usa.chinadaily.com.cn/2014-01/30/con…

via Wren for Mac (retweeted on 8:11 AM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Janetter for Mac)

Tasmanian patriots advise me that Senator Erica was in fact born in Germany. Nevertheless, I’m won’t go at the Germans. That way lies grief.

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Vodafone AU says they now have a million customers with 4G devices on their network. 30,000 new (Media release not on the website yet.)

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wardlejon I assume today’s Daily Tele shows us the kind of measured journalism Abbott wants to see from our public broadcaster pic.twitter.com/LZS3RTeqkm

via Twitter for BlackBerry® (retweeted on 8:04 AM, Jan 30th, 2014 via Janetter for Mac)

You can watch “Dr Strangelove” online for free, for the time being anyway. blip.tv/moviearchives/…

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Dear America, what is finally 29 Jan for you is 50th anniversary of “Dr Strangelove”. I wrote things. crikey.com.au/2014/01/29/its… [$, free trial]

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I assume people do know that from today it’s legal in NSW for hunters to go game shooting in kindergartens.

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joshgnosis I always think of that Colbert quote when people accuse the ABC of having a left wing bias.bit.ly/1b5zHPh

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amyhoy “if you really love your work, it’s easy to work 100-hour weeks!” i really love donuts, but if i eat a whole box, i realize that i’m stupid.

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I wouldn’t be so low as to mock Senator Erica’s Tasmanian origins and make a joke about him launching a campaign to sodomise The Wiggles.

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“Yahuck yahuck hey Tony! Did ya see what I did? I said the ABC was biased! Yahuck yahuck yahuck! Senior ministry now, year? Yahuck!”

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I see Senator Erica is out there doing his best to prove to Mr Rabbit that he’s a dutifully mindless tribal thug. [Pats on attractive head.]

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jeffsonstein @stilgherrian one of my Dad’s favorite sayings:

“Want sympathy? Look in the dictionary, right between ‘shit’ and ‘syphilis’.”

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@natecochrane @BrashDaniels @TT_Proofreading I find @Westpac’s lack of transparency disturbing. I accept things can fail. So why silence?

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@netsolcares “OH” is “overheard”, it’s just a quote from the podcast I was listening to. Nothing specific was mentioned.

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Nevertheless, it hurts. WWWAAAAAAUUUUUUUGGGGHHHHHHHHHH.

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I will not mention the pain. I will not mention the wine. I know I won’t get any sympathy.

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