Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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May 15th, 2014

Thu plan, draft: NetSuite SuiteWorld Day 3 netsuitesuiteworld.com; review notes; produce “The 9pm Edict” in between; evening San Jose TBA.

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“OKComrade [is] a Facebook page that offers a place for those who find OKCupid to be ‘too bourgeois’ to post profiles,” for instance.

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“Single? Obsessed with your political identity? Let the Web help.” washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/… HT @TheFix

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RT @jeamland: “Truculent”. [Yes, this is an excellent word. I understand its history.]

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je me sens moins terrible de jour en jour. À certains égards, de toute façon. Et vous?

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What Christopher Pyne said in parliament? I grabbed the audio before ninemsn took it down and blogged it hours ago. stilgherrian.com/conversations/…

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Yeah, so you don’t seem to understand what the word “vital” means.

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Today is one of those days when I’m definitely not scrolling back through the tweets. If I missed something vital overnight, please repeat.

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It’s going to be another hot, dry day in San Jose, I think. pic.twitter.com/v82ihqbHMM

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Thursday. And the word of the day is… well, we all know what the word of the day is.

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Google Translate seems unable to convey the subtleties of my comments about ejaculating poodles into French, so I must forego that joke.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je suis désolé que vous partagez les attentions de Maîtresse Insonmie.

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I still want to promulgate the word “Poodliar”…

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adamhillscomedy Pyne calls Shorten a c***. I wish Shorten had replied “I’d call you the same, but you have neither the depth nor the capacity to please”

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. C’est le jour de gloire des larves, et d’autres choses. Et vous?

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@EnergyJutta @kev_martin @Drag0nista “Trend”? I suspect your feelpinion would not stand up to analysis. That’s my feelpinion, anyway.

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@snerdish I see you understand how parliament works.

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@Epigrammist I’m familiar with Australia’s defamation laws. I stand by my allegation. And I have no assets anyway. Pyne is a liar.

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@kev_martin Thanks, but I should be fine. I doubt there’ll be more than a few thousand plays.

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@atirere I can do that in the morning, yes. There seems to be plenty of tequila in San Jose.

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leslienassar Fuck me, I wonder how much the SMEGs got paid to produce this turd for the Queensland govt? youtube.com/embed/tq9J8FIK… /via @mumbrella

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I probably should have put that audio file onto a CDN. I am such an arsehat.

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Actually no, I won’t do the podcast recording tonight. It’s getting in towards 2300 PDT. What I have to say will still be fresh tomorrow.

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bengrubb After careful analysis, I can confirm after years of being called a grub, Christopher Pyne clearly didn’t say grub. Distinct ‘unt’ in there

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Oh, one thing. Please download the Pyne audio files and spread them, just in case I get hit with a takedown order or somesuch bullshit.

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OK, now that I’ve posted that audio, I’m off to produce the podcast I’m meant to be doing. Tweets ignored for a while.

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New blog post: “Christopher Pyne clearly says the C-word, the liar”, with the relevant audio snippet. stilgherrian.com/conversations/… [CORRECTED]

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Oh, and “audio”, not “audit”. Fuck it, let’s try that a third time.

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New blog post: “Christopher Pyne clearly says the C-word, the liar”, with the relevant audit snippet. stilgherrian.com/conversations/…

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“Snippet”, damn it. “Snippet.”

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New blog post: “Christopher Pyne clearly says the C-word, the liar”, with the relevant audit snipped. stilgherrian.com/conversations/…

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What sort of pathetic kindergarten-level weasel tries “It wasn’t me, miss!” when the evidence is clear? Christopher “Poodliar” Pyne.

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The question, Christopher Pyne, is not whether you said a bad word. Anyone can be unthinking. It’s whether you’re a liar. And you’re a liar.

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I have the audio of Christopher Pyne’s alleged “grub” and will be uploading it in about an hour.

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Looks like I’ll be explaining some phonetics on the podcast then.

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“You are such a grub,” apparently.

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The party is at San Jose’s Civic National Theatre, and it’s a lovely evening. With an open bar. pic.twitter.com/vIhJDO7Atb

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So, this variant of a margarita is called a cadillac or a tuxedo.

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[RE-POST TO FIX LINK?] “Pyne calls Shorten C-bomb in parliament ” video.au.msn.com/watch/video/py…

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“Pyne calls Shorten C-bomb in parliament” video.au.msn.com/watch/video/py… HT @FionaKatauskas [And that goes into The Edict too. Joy.]

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Related: “Woman A Leading Authority On What Shouldn’t Be In Poor People’s Grocery Carts” theonion.com/articles/woman…

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@JonoH Obviously that’s going to be different for everyone. I shall touch upon this in my Edict.

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@franksting I decided not to keep making little progress excusecasts.

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@franksting This will incorporate that material, yes. I had to re-visit Cronulla to re-record some stuff, lost a day in my schedule.

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@JonoH Whatever the comparison, it shows how ignorant he is of the financial pressures on people with ZERO spare money for contingencies.

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Sorry, the correct fatherly description of Gina Rinehart was “slothful, vindictive and devious baby elephant”. Let’s be accurate, right?

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I suppose that IS what the focus groups say, when the focus groups consist of “spoiled baby elephant” Gina Rinehart. Her father’s words.

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The focus groups show that, do they Hockey? That’s the view of people who reckon they need a 4WD truck to collect a child from school? Bah.

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The idea that being poor or not having a job is down to your personal moral failing, wasting money on beer and cigs. abc.net.au/am/content/201…

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Joe Hockey’s spray on @amworldtodaypm this morning is precisely the middle-class pig-ignorance behind the budget… abc.net.au/am/content/201…

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@dobes @PeteLawler I don’t need you two to give me any further ideas, you know.

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New from @BOCSAR, “Why is the NSW prison population growing?” Short version: higher arrest rates, tougher penalties. bocsar.nsw.gov.au/bocsar/mr_bb95…

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I’d written most of my script for “The 9pm Edict” a week ago, but was never in the right frame of mind to record it. Tonight’s the night.

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Wed plan: 1800 PDT tweet this tweet (done); 1900 SuiteWorld party for quick dinner; record “The 9pm Edict”; post-production of same; sleep.

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Coffee update: Fuck you. Yeah, look, just fuck you all.

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Thanks, @mattcdef2000, for bringing this important newspaper story to our attention. pic.twitter.com/VJ3WAPK2S6

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It’s very hot and dry out there, San Jose. pic.twitter.com/1iCmuqTq7Z

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So, the coffee. It’s called “Pure Elevation”, which makes it sound like it has ecstasy in it. It tastes like it has used socks in it.

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So that Mr Rabbit is a man you can trust to stand by what he says, eh? A man with integrity? An honest man?

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RT @sspencer_63: Abbott was just asked 4 times by Speers on Sky to repeat his election threat if the budget is blocked. Refused all 4.

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Yes, @expectproblems @marcuskelson, I am aware of the quality* of American coffee. But I’m not fussy about my alkaloid stimulants.

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RT @BundyB: Sleep is for the weak, Stil. ARE YOU WEAK, STIL? [Probably. Definitely.]

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I will do that. I will have a coffee. And then I will report on how perfect everything has become.

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Maybe if I have a coffee everything will become perfect.

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I just had a nap. It was a mistake. I feel dreadful.

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You want ICAC to investigate the production of “BMX Bandits”?

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milphitchell “Why do we need feminism?” pic.twitter.com/czsmaOBocu

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Energy levels are hitting the mid-afternoon slump.

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fanfiction_txt If he’s in his legendary super saiyan form he slowly looses his mind. He is in love the Queen of vampire ponies, and they’re expecting

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fanfiction_txt He is madly in love with Stargazer but refuses to show his emotions, which pushes himself to commit self harm.

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RT @Idealaw: Government Officially Implementing Idiotic ‘Cyber Commissioner’ bit.ly/1lzWqao [Nice headline, @lukehopewell.]

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fanfiction_txt What if sonic was cursed to stay in his Werehog form? What if Shadow commited cromes and Sonic got blamed?

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I think I want to know more about this, and about “apostolic01”. mobile.twitter.com/Kate_McClymont…

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SwiftOnSecurity Just because I’m vulnerable doesn’t mean I’m exploitable.

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Wed plan, updated: NetSuite SuiteWorld all day, including the SUITEcelebration party tonight netsuitesuiteworld.com; podcast production.

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@JanJoostBouwman Hah. Couldn’t see, I was right up the front in the press pen.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Free booze combined with an initial lack of interpersonal skills brings out the best* behaviour.

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@SnarkyPlatypus For each tribe, yes, there is their annual “escape”. One woman has told of “grabby tech boys” last night.

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OH, relating last night: “We had more vodka than I thought it was possible to buy.” Dancing on tables is being discussed.

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Right now we have further proof that tech compnay executives and actors are different species and should be kept that way.

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RT @ClaireRPorter: That is quite the splendid blazer. pic.twitter.com/TEl99TVIjL [That’s Mr Jack Flash, Salesman.]

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Three new fully-documented API coming, for global variations in tax, payments (for payments providers), and shipping.

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The integration of LightCMS into NetSuite is rolling out over “the next few versions”.

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New feature, lists in the B2B Customer Centre, means that frequent repeat orders and variants are faster. Responsive design.

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@elronxenu NetSuite has both a rich, mature back end and an ever-growing ecosystem of third-party connections. A pleasure to see them grow.

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[I just realised that I haven’t been following my bracketing convention, but if you can’t follow the context then you’re stupid.]

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[So there’s a new SuiteApp Developement Framework with what looks like proper source revision control. This is not my strong area.]

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@elronxenu Indeed. I didn’t think it’d be possible to say “cool” about General Ledger, but the whole idea of customisable GL as a thing is.

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SuiteFlow Templates and 2D Editor now allow workflows to be laid out how you wish, looks a lot clearer to work with.

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RT @elronxenu: Just think where we’d be today if Wirth had invented Javascript instead of Pascal. [My brain can’t cope with that idea.]

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The question, therefore, is how NetSuite’s way of implementing this sot of thing compares with other accounting systems’ ways.

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Having had to call in Procrustes to make business money flows fit an accounting system’s worldview, this is much better.

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So you can write a plug-in that customises GL lines, and the audit reports show which plugin modified that transaction. Neat.

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Having had Brazil’s “VAT on steroids” explained to me yesterday, custom GL lines coming in 2014 is going to be handy.

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SuiteGL is “the big announcement” available 2015, with custom segments, GL lines, and transaction types. A big deal for accountants.

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Despite my snark about the language used, what we’re seeing is continuing steady feature expansion from NetSuite and its ecosystem.

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“Industry-standard JavaScript.” There’s another sentence. About Open Air, on this occasion.

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Burst’s Brad Peters explains what business analytics can do. Announces freemium deal for NetSuite customers. pic.twitter.com/Bxqq3nnpgz

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Brad Peters, CEO, Birst: “I’m really excited to be here today to talk about business analytics.” That’s a curious sentence, yes.

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@benkepes @ClaireRPorter What worries me is not that there’s a degree of sycophancy, that’s normal, but that so many seem oblivious to it.

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NetSuite founder and CTO Evan GOLDBERG runs through TribeHR integration. pic.twitter.com/F43iCZQdC8

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benkepes Amazed that the commentators in this room are wowed by the fact that NetSuite has an iPhone app. This is 2014 folks!

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When Goldberg said they might address Windows tablets after that, there was a loud guffaw of laughter from somewhere on my right.

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NetSuite’s Android app to appear early 2015 [following iOS rollout phases by maybe two years? seems late to market.]

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Much expense is expended on the opening parody skit. pic.twitter.com/yPfFKetpI8

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Also, I don’t tweet everything, just the specific observations that are useful for the kinds of things I cover and am interested in.

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Oh, I forgot to do my “How I tweet events” thing. Basically, quotes in quotes, paraphrases otherwise. My comments in [brackets].

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NetSuite is currently serving around 3000 requests/second, back end is running on about 12.cores.

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“For the rest of this presentation I won’t be cooking meth,” says NetSuite counder and CTO Evan Goldberg pic.twitter.com/qe4JzNjddC

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@jeamland Noted. Will consider in due course.

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bitcoin_txt I would participate in weekly video conference calls to keep this idea moving forward.

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Right, I’m heading down to the media work room for breakfast. It’s an hour until today’s canned presenta… I mean, keynote.

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“CSI: Cyber”, where the forensic pathologist is testing the semen samples off your keyboard.

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Lulwut? “CSI: Cyber” is actually a thing? HAHAHAHAHAH! deadline.com/2014/05/csi-cy…

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totallyslutsky Sometimes I imagine what my life would’ve been like if I hadn’t seen Sliding Doors

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@SnarkyPlatypus Demandez-vous, «Ai-je été détenue»? Oui, probablement.

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ccg I believe it is impossible to both maintain software for a living and have any fear at all of a robot uprising.

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@xntrik @0x1C To be fair, “omnichannel” has been around for a few years, and I don’t think it’s NetSuite’s fault. But I’ll check.

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It has come to my attention that a whole bunch of photos I posted yesterday finally appeared on Twitter as I slept. How helpful*.

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@jendudley Well I may wander over and see what he’s like then. Though I may just get some podcast production done instead.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Il est un autre jour d’absorber le message. Maux de tout. Et vous?

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@eightiestragic @markinaust @rhysam I wouldn’t say they’re “sitting in the house” any more than the Hansard clerks are. Distinct areas.

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@0x1C It’s a vendor conference. The initial keynotes are always riddled with marketecture and buzzwords. It’s not the worst I’ve been to.

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RT @MsLods: “@csoghoian: This is what a cyber warrior apparently looks like (via @semibogan) pic.twitter.com/fmuCRDdR4D” [Hah! Yes of couse.]

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I see that our entertainment tonight is Aloe Blacc supported by Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers, and then DJ Dojah. I know none of these.

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