Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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June 13th, 2014

dobes game over d00ds RT @chrisjrn: RT @VinLew ALL CREDIT CARD PIN CODES IN THE WORLD LEAKED pastebin.com/2qbRKh3R OMFG

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I wish I could inspire such hatred.

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5at5daily “5at5 number 66 | 13 June 2014”: Creepy bears, partial news, scammer, coders, and t-shirts for white people. tinyletter.com/5at5/letters/5…

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New blog post: “Talking Google-Facebook links on @1395FIVEaa Adelaide”, and other privacy issues, 20 mins audio. stilgherrian.com/conversations/…

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Your time shall come, @SwiftOnSecurity, your time shall come. @explanoit

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And the radio spot is done. I should have the audio up in an hour or so.

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RT @rashasman: Started reading that story, got stuck by the profundity of this bit: pic.twitter.com/Q0sQVOwH1d [Oh dear.]

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I’ll be talking about that Facebook-Google thing on @1395FIVEaa at 1305 ACST / 1335 AEST. You can listen at fiveaa.com.au, or not.

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“Facebook to use browsing history to target ads”, using Google’s browsing data. theage.com.au/digital-life/d…

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@19bk69 Well that would be “Slip Butter” then.

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“The Roast’s Guide To Pretending You Know About Soccer”, from @TheRoastTV (2 min video, watch it) youtube.com/watch?v=QHqfnB…

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Wait, what? “Sepp Blatter” is an actual thing?

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“10 Hilarious Chairs That Think They’re People” clickhole.com/article/10-hil…

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@chrisjrn @dobes That’s what I meant. I know the numbers are no secret. You must be a bit slow or something.

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@chrisjrn @dobes Interesting, in that it points out the version targeting problem in numerical terms. It was a non-cowie favourite.

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chrisjrn The new studio New Project screen, helping you choose which version to target when you start a project: pic.twitter.com/BvY6JG1Ujw

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RT @jeamland: I think we need to Pozible a trip so @stilgherrian can hang out with this guy: youtube.com/watch?v=aDy2A2… [Goodness me. Yes.]

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@SulphurCocky That’s a remarkably elaborate troll by Twitter.

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“Should Parliament have the right to say whether Australia goes to war?” asks @michellegrattan theconversation.com/grattan-on-fri…

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@ApostrophePong Well not EVERY day, but I broadly agree with your point.

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“Spies Say They’re Confused and Outraged by Restrictions on Talking to Journalists”, reports @ForeignPolicy complex.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2014/05/…

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“A Useful Data Set on Political Violence that Almost No One Is Using”: Worldwide Atrocities Dataset dartthrowingchimp.wordpress.com/2014/06/10/a-u… HT @BlogsofWar

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RT @joshgnosis: Australia and the US are working together on “cyber issues” 1.usa.gov/SRNgvU [So, “CSI: Cyber” to air on Foxtel…?]

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@ApostrophePong “Maneater love triangle”. Now there’s a phrase you don’t see every day!

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@nwjerseyliz There’s a response I could make that would be wildly inappropriate, even for an Australian.

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@paulwallbank That doesn’t sound THAT bad an idea. You’re just unimaginative, Wallbank.

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“Hello, My name is Nick Grey, and I am a professional social media manager.” Yes, and I am ASIC, apparently. pic.twitter.com/In7Cq87jpA

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Good @tldr podcast “How Google is Killing the Best Site On the Internet” onthemedia.org/story/27-how-g… and Google’s response onthemedia.org/story/google-f…

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“Joe Hockey and the 47 per cent” from @ALeighMP describes who some of these so-called “leaners” are. andrewleigh.com/joe_hockey_and…

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davpope Ah, the things puppies find to roll in! <my cartoon in today’s @canberratimes, gallery goo.gl/oc0BNQ> pic.twitter.com/MM3I8et7L8

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@paulwallbank @ManhattanInst Either that or this guy is about to do a pitch for Soylent Green production.

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@paulwallbank @ManhattanInst Well, “entrepreneurs” always think they’re the answer to everything.

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I have come to the conclusion that I need to mute the names of the countries that play the football game pretty much forever.

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DeanOkay To catch a bus you have to think like a bus

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NewtonMark If the Feds are selling seized bitcoin, I guess that means anyone who buys today is funding the FBI. You’re welcome.

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Dear Everyone, yes I’m aware that there’s a new TV program called “CSI: Cyber”. I’ve known for months. You can stop telling me now.

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Wow, @DeptOfAustralia, I never knew President Obama worked for a phone sex line before. Thanks.

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DeptOfAustralia The excellent @mearesy was responsible for the Winking Abbott shot.

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kashhill Price of Bitcoin plunges after news that government is auctioning off seized Silk Road coins. forbes.com/sites/kashmirh… pic.twitter.com/03Hb6VYfU0

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Fri plan, loose draft: Tie up lots of comms and planning loose ends; train to Sydney, time TBA; @5at5daily en route; TGIF, details TBA.

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@BXGD @thewillofWill I kinda like the term “onion pieces” though. God knows we need more of them.

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@thewillofWill @BXGD What more detail is needed? Op-eds are opinion pieces from a point of view. I don’t understand what more you need.

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Reminding myself that the Full Moon is at 1412 AEST today. Bracing myself for more than the usual number of deranged ideologs.

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@harlyey Oh fuck off. How does that stupid troll-question relate to anything I just said? Shove your obsession up your arse, you fucktard.

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@BXGD I repeat my point about the difference between an op-ed and a news piece.

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Mr Rabbit describes everything hesitantly, of course. That’s his style. But surely something can’t be like both Al Qaida and the Taliban?

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I’m hearing Mr Rabbit hesitantly describe ISIS as “Al Qaida-type operatives” and “like the Taliban”. Reasonable characterisation?

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Is traditional journalistic objectivity, impartiality relevant in a digital news environment, asks Richard Sambrook. theguardian.com/media/media-bl…

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@BXGD Meh, I’m not a fan of the myth of objectivity. It’s an op-ed, not a front-of-book news story, and it wears its colours proudly.

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@ElishaPearce There’s a point. Yep, I’ll add particularly good individual pieces as I go along.

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@franksting So how many weeks do I need to mute you for because you’re too much of an arsehole to properly hashtag your football tweets?

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@ElishaPearce I don’t have a specific go-to place. I’ll take that as a question on notice, though, and make a list over the next few days.

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“Our fake book exposed Amazon’s fatal flaw,” writes Emily Kenway, founder of Amazon Anonymous. theguardian.com/commentisfree/…

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Manus Island, folks, a shining* example of Australia’s compassion and good government.

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“Ms Judge [said] that when she tried to make a complaint about sexual harassment … a Salvation Army worker said ”what do you expect?’”

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“Salvation Army helper tells inquiry of [Manus Island] ‘rape dungeon’”, and Senator McDonald patronises her. smh.com.au/federal-politi…

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“In a way, are we not all Han Solos getting caught in the doors of our Millennium Falcons”? avclub.com/article/harris… HT @BernardKeane

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Friday. Bad language coarsens the whole quality of our life, but then the quality of your life will be next to nothing regardless. Friday.

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