Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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July 2014

Suddenly realising that the 0018 train is my only remaining option. Oops.

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Hah! Guitarist has an iPad on his music stand, checks his Facebook during the 8-bar break before his solo. Mai pen rai krub.

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@ApostrophePong It is the ultimate sentimental T-pop, of course.

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Hey @ApostrophePong, the band is starting its set at the C Bar. instagram.com/p/rHbQNaCFvD/

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@joshgnosis Indeed, and Hutley has pointed out what the A-G’s proposals do and don’t say.

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@joshgnosis I do feel as if I’ve been teleported back two years, but buried amongst the fear and fighting words there are some nuances.

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@joshgnosis More that if the illegal sites are top of the search results, that’s where people will go.

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As I said, a pep rally. Here’s @CopyrightAgency’s calls to action. instagram.com/p/rG002gCFna/

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Lisle is now wrapping up. This event is very much a pep rally for those fighting the tech industry.

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Hutley says there’s much misunderstanding of the A-G’s discussion paper. [And she’s probably quite right.]

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The other proposal is about escalation of warnings, with ISP cooperation. Not disconnection etc.

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So, Hutley says, the A-G’s proposals include the idea of court orders to have known illegal sites removed / blocked.

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Hutley: The illegal downloaders don’t necessarily want to illegally download, they’re just a little bit lazy and kind of confused.”

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Hutley notes that even the Australian government advertises on these sites, though they wouldn’t know it.

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“What we want is disruption,” Hutley says, disruption of the illegal activities.

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Hutley is zooming through some numbers re the Australian music acts on international illegal sites. All there,large acts and small.

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Hutley shows a chart which saays there’s 1.4M users in Australia amongst the top 5 illegal download or streaming services.

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Hutley: For music, this is not about price and access. There are 30+ licensed music services in Australia. 500_ around the world.

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This is the year that in Australia the digital sales outstripped physical sales, on ARIA figures.

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Hutley: “When you use the word ‘piracy’, it’s a caricature.” It gives the impression that no-one is harmed. [Does it?]

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Hutley: “I want to talk to you about killing the word ‘piracy’… It’s about the creator’s right to choose [how their work is used].is

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Next up, Vanessa Hutley, general manager of Music Rights Australia.

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Foyle notes that cartooning is not a thing that’ll make you a living, unless you’re at the very top of the game. [Like many others?]

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Foyle’s description of the joys of working freelance and trying to get paid would be familiar to many freelancers.

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Foyle says in the 1960s you just needed pencil and paper, now $10k of tech. “Very expensive” to get into. [Yeah? Talk to a dentist.]

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According to Foyle, at the height, star newspaper cartoonists could earn $200k a year. Now, not so much.

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“Cartoonists losing control of their artwork started to happen with the arrival of photocopying,” says Foyle.

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Foyle is running through a history of the tech for reproducing cartoons, starting with cave paintings.

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AstroKatie A baby pangolin is called a pangopup and I have now died of cute. australiangeographic.com.au/blogs/creatura… pic.twitter.com/jDL6u2Oz93

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Next up, Lindsay Foyle journalist, cartoonist and former deputy editor of “The Bulletin”

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Birmingham compares a (faux) libertarian revolution with a Hobbesian squalor. [And @JohnBirmingham confirms this will be up soon.]

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I’m assuming that @JohnBirmingham will post this well-crafted part of his speech later, and I shall link to it.

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Birmingham describes copyright not as an arcane restriction but as “a codification of respect”.

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Birmingham mentions a writer of tech books, $140 each. One sold 6000 copies, torrented 140,000 times.

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Next up, @JohnBirmingham, who says this is something he gets passionate about.

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Because, @ddonahoo @mpesce, you won’t qualify if you’re not looking for work, have an advance etc.

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ddonahoo @stilgherrian @mpesce Why aren’t Australian authors applying for the dole. It is worth around $13K a year…better income than the average?

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Rodriguez discusses the copyright issues of Richard Prince’s “Graduation” au.phaidon.com/agenda/art/art…

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Rodriguez notes that existing statutory licensing system for education was in response to a 1970s disruptive tech, the photocopier.

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Rodriguez: Average income for an author in Australia is $11k a year, hasn’t increased over recent years.

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Next up, Zoë Rodriguez, who does legal at @CopyrightAgency.

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Lisle cites numbers from “The Effect of Graduated Response Anti-Piracy Laws on Music Sales” (Mar 2012) techpolicyinstitute.org/files/smith_da… (PDF)

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Lisle says the two groups have things in common though, such as a love of entertainment etc. [Will get list later.]

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One of Bevan Lisle’s slides, us and them, tech people versus copyright people. instagram.com/p/rGtsEPiFhJ/

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Lisle seems to be creating a straw man called “tech community” as the enemy which says “If you disagree, you don’t get technology”.

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Opening speaker is Bevan Lisle from @CopyrightAgency, characterising the current situation as a legacy of the dotcom exuberance.

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@0x1C Ibuprofen. My liver gets enough of a workout.

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How excellent is codeine?

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That’s quite enough about pigs now, thank you.

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So How cool is Tor, eh?

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Davidramli Breaking: Members of Senator Ricky Muir’s Aust Motoring Enthusiast party have passed a motion to expel him afr.com/p/national/mot…

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@TheFailedProjek They sneak in through open windows at night and, while you sleep, they suck out your brains through their long beaks.

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@cathywilcox1 It’s not quite that romantic. And these are pretty skanky pigeons.

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RT @scottcarson1957: Memo drawn form Anthony Lake’s State Dept file. Stealth humor. pic.twitter.com/Q7JF2q36YP [Metaphysical violations!]

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Now there are pigeons fucking RIGHT IN FRONT OF ME.

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@jplonie @wobster OK, I officially now do not understand your planet.

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Ibis is on the move.

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RT @GuardianAus Australian PM calls for Gaza ceasefire ‘immediately, by both sides’ trib.al/G2s9xXn [Yeah, you tell ‘em, Tone.]

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Me at @crikey_news earlier: “Applying for 40 jobs? There’ll be an AppApp for that” crikey.com.au/2014/07/31/app…

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NewtonMark Governments cutting costs blindly lead to ineffective government agencies. arseh.at/4knz Who on earth would have seen that coming?

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“Copyright review adds to internet regulation mess”, writes @SaysSmithy afr.com/p/technology/c…

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Thu plan, v3; Write for @crikey_news; Cisco cybering (done); 1530 @CopyrightAgency seminar copyright.com.au/assets/documen…; train to Wentworth Falls.

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Me at @crikey_news: “Applying for 40 jobs? There’ll be an AppApp for that” crikey.com.au/2014/07/31/app…

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The Cisco Cyber Day is not ending at 1100 as we’d been told. Another speaker starting. Emailing various people to rearrange the schedule.

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Cisco’s Cyber Day for the media is about to begin… instagram.com/p/rGAaPpCFh2/

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Thu plan, redraft; Write for @crikey_news (done); 0930 Cisco Cyber Day, St Leonards; 1145 Apple Store; arvo TBA; train to Wentworth Falls.

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Crossing the Harbour, with a dirty window instagram.com/p/rF6_lSCFqc/

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@jonoabroad I guess the answer to that is whether you still see that error at my website.

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@timb07 I have no idea what goes through @JohnBirmingham’s mind.

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tinderfessions Bitching about “fat” people on tinder is like bitching about finding water in a lake - Ally

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GreenJ also, if my name was Ed Balls, I too would be drawn irresistably to public life.

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SavedYouAClick Yep. RT @VICE: We Asked an Expert if the Ebola Virus Will Kill You

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umairh Only Marx can save us now. Richard Marx.

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Thu plan, draft: Re-schedule; 0930 Cisco Cyber Day, St Leonards; 1145 Apple Store; afternoon TBA; train to Wentworth Falls; collapse.

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Thursday. The month will end, and there shall be a Reckoning. They will discover everything. Your fear is justified. Thursday.

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Wednesday is about to end. You’ve wasted it, pretty much. Fool.

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MT @SnarkyPlatypus: Is there some kind of obnoxious atheist attention-seeking competition I am unaware of?

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tinderfessions Swiped right cause I thought he was a cop. Wasn’t a cop but said he could easily get ahold of some cuffs and a baton. BEST. SEX. EVER. -Kris

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RT @johnemcintyre: Slang make you cray cray? There’s a remedy. bsun.md/1tsFAjB [Nice work, Mr McIntyre, as (nearly) always.]

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@robcorr Ah yes, I should have read @JustinianNews’ comments more carefully before I spoke. I am an arsehat.

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@robcorr WikiLeaks prone to exaggeration? No, that can’t be right.

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@robcorr I see. There could hypothetically be limits, such as “information derived from or prepared for the purposes of” some thing.

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@robcorr So, hypothetically, “publication or otherwise, of any information … that reveals, implies, suggests or alleges” would seem broad.

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@robcorr I have no idea what you’re talking about. I am just curious about a hypothetical situation. Obviously.

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Excellent, @abc730 @drunkenmadman, that’s so sweet it tastes like sugar.

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drunkenmadman “So microscopic it couldn’t be seen by the naked eye”

THAT’S WHAT ‘MICROSCOPIC’ FUCKING MEANS FOR FUCK’S SAKE

(@abc730, DRIVING ME MENTAL)

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@robcorr If I said, hypothetically, “That global leaking place has some interesting information.” This is presumably uncharted territory.

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@robcorr Indeed, but I’m thinking the other way around. A verbal description which is sufficient to allow material to be found.

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@TheFailedProjek It usually does, though. The trick is turning the ideas into an actual script. Or at least a script outline and treatment.

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RT @TheFailedProjek: Someone let the crazies out tonight. [So, like every other night then.]

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RT @swearyanthony: Fuck dancing on the line [Exactly. Dance on six lines. All night.]

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tinderfessions Just had a 3some with 2 college basketball players that are a combined 14 feet. I’m 5’1. It was awesome - Lisa

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“WikiLeaks gag order: open justice is threatened by super-injuctions”, writes the inimitable @JustinianNews theguardian.com/commentisfree/…

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smurray38 Apropos of nothing, an empirical study of 1501 suppression orders granted in Victorian courts between 2008 and 2012 sydney.edu.au/law/slr/slr_35…

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cox_tom My biggest hope for the piece I’ve just written for The Guardian is that nobody edits the phrase “narcissistic spunkferrets” out of it.

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evgenymorozov The Turing Tests of the Future: Can the computer distinguish an advertorial from an actual article? Oh wait, it probably produced both.

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@jdub This is my point. I wonder why people are saying this so much today. It’s all very curious.

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@indigoid I have no idea what you’re talking about. I’m just curious about a hypothetical legal issue. Obviously.

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tinderfessions Some guy told me my pussy probably smells like hairspray because I said I wouldn’t fuck him..I’m a hairdresser. - Sammi

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Here’s a curious legal question. Is there a legal distinction between the URL wikileaks.org and saying “Have a look at WikiLeaks”?

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@elronxenu @swearyanthony Indeed. I’m not trying to visualise “half an arsehole”, but thinking I should probably stop.

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@shadowcyclist … but that’s about how well they’re cutting their deals, not about infringement. It’s film and TV’s turn to grow the fuck up.

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@shadowcyclist Exactly. The music industry now has another problem: licensing to streaming services so cheaply the artists get bugger all…

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swearyanthony Gotta say as well as Pt Arthur and East Timor, I now rate Howard for his determined effort to keep Brandis, SC (Shitcunt) from the ministry

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@shadowcyclist Why thank you. That PwC report is being cited across the “copyright industries” as gospel today too. Pure propaganda.

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cracked Drug dogs are inaccurate … and racist. 6 Popular Crime Fighting Tactics (That Don’t Actually Work) - bit.ly/1nTq3RD

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: Quadrant having a go at the budget, even. What strange times we live in. [It’s just the CIA getting bored and trolling.]

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@jonoabroad Thanks. One site is working properly, I think. The other not so much.

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Arguing with SSL certificates. Losing.

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MT @tomsymonds: New charges re allegations of hacking by News of the World’s Features Desk. Recent trial was about hacking by News Desk.

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MT @tomsymonds: BBC told police have informed 1300 they are on list of targets in newly identified phone hacking investigation. [Oh dear.]

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Current keywords: @coriole Sangiovese.

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seanparnell BREAKING: @OAICgov overrules A-G George Brandis’ advisers over decision to block access to incoming briefs: pic.twitter.com/xtCbYA5ET5

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@AbstractCode There is that. Unfortunately there’s an event I go to each year which block-books Jetstar. I endure it, somehow.

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“Why Personal Branding is a Sham”, writes @WillYakowicz. Hear hear. inc.com/will-yakowicz/…

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@JohnBirmingham I’m not sure that it does. Nevertheless I’ll try to make it.

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@GreenJ Swimming and shooting combined? So you couldn’t call that sport the dryathlon.

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I don’t see why Jetstar thought the words “poorly chosen”. You need fuckin’ drugs to put up with the passengers that airline attracts.

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Good to see @TIME maintaining a grip on quality journalism.

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carolduncan Well, you know. “@TIME: Australian flight attendant reminds cabin to flush drugs down toilet ti.me/1uG14eb

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RT @spoonybear: My favourite slide so far today via the dude from Netflix pic.twitter.com/Z3G1zNK3A2 [This is a fine sentiment.]

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pourmecoffee That is the point. RT @itvnews: Heavy drinking during middle age can lead to memory loss in later life, study shows itv.co/1k69yXv

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Wondering whether to change my plan for tomorrow afternoon to catch up with @JohnBirmingham at the @CopyrightAgency event.

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Now a press release from @CopyrightAgency citing that very same PwC report. Everybody got the hymn sheet then. copyright.com.au/assets/documen… (PDF)

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I am craving a curry. I suspect I will regret the next decision I am about to make.

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My thoughts on the government’s copyright discussion paper, written Monday based on the copy leaked to @crikey_news. zdnet.com/beware-the-spi…

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@juhasaarinen I started looking at the report the other day. zdnet.com/beware-the-spi… It’s just a matter of drilling down into the numbers.

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Still, you’d think that the government would at least TRY to sort out some sort of plausible deniability. Don’t they watch “House of Cards”?

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I guess the Foxtel thing answers @SenatorLudlam’s question about @TurnbullMalcolm though, so that’s good. scott-ludlam.greensmps.org.au/content/media-…

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benpobjie Hey I wrote this about sexual scholar Bernard Gaynor benpobjie.blogspot.com.au/2014/07/bernar…

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So the government and Foxtel issue press releases about copyright on the same day citing the same PwC report. How coincidence.

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@oberonsghost @zerogeewhiz Idea: Passengers given an app that allows them to vote on who gets hurled into the path of the next coal train.

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Unexpectedly, being upgraded. Which helps.

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“For the safety and comfort of other passengers, please punch yourself in the face.”

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IF YOU ARE NOT ALIGHTING AT ANY OF THE NEXT THREE STATIONS THEN YOU SHOULD STAND IN A SPRAWL DIRECTLY IN FRONT OF THE DOORS.

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BEING INCREDIBLY FUCKING TOLERANT OF THE SLOW PEOPLE AT TOWN HALL STATION BECAUSE I AM SO FUCKING PATIENT.

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Me at @crikey_news today: “‘Con game’: native advertising only works when it’s hidden” [$, free trial] crikey.com.au/2014/07/30/con…

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@jonoabroad “I was just following orders,” eh?

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The orbit of Mercury will be a factor in my ability to get to my hotel tonight. A huge, throbbing factor.

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“Brandis claims consumer interests to factor in copyright review”, writes @dobes zd.net/1uG0flH

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@cafuego Hah! Well, I can’t help you further there. I’ve had Skype work just find for ages.

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@cafuego Hmmm. Well, when recording, I had lock-ups when Time Machine kicked in to run a backup. Turned off auto-backups.

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@cafuego I do. Do you use Ecamm’s Call Recorder for Skype, by any chance?

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RT @staticsan: An ice moon prison is too good for those programmers. [True. It’s a thing I need to do, but can’t.]

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Registration forms that ask you to create a password, then tell you it’s not valid, but don’t say what the actual rules are.

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Me at @crikey_news: “‘Con game’: native advertising only works when it’s hidden” [$, free trial] crikey.com.au/2014/07/30/con…

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Just recorded a lovely half-hour podcast with Bob Garfield @Bobosphere about everything media. Coming next week at corruptednerds.com

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Wed plan: Write for @crikey_news (done); pop through ADMA Global Forum adma.com.au/adma-global-fo…; @5at5daily; review TV scripts; evening TBA.

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@nancycato1 Oh, the room wasn’t that expensive…

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Story filed for @crikey_news, despite my computer utterly dying again. Apple Store appointment booked for tomorrow morning. Sigh.

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Contortionist’s dream bathroom instagram.com/p/rDbALMCFkH/

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OK, writing now. Shoosh.

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SECTION 313 ALL THE THINGS!

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chrisberg all of twitter to go to jail for a reason i can’t superdisclose

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RT @expectproblems: Genius. pic.twitter.com/MyYqJUZHMl [Finally, it’s packaged properly for the bedroom.]

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“Former NSA chief to profit from patented hacker detection tech, charging clients $1M a month”, writes @xeni boingboing.net/2014/07/29/for…

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BoingBoing Former NSA chief to profit from patented hacker detection tech, charging clients $1M a month boingboing.net/2014/07/29/for… pic.twitter.com/8PjUsK5ZKQ

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alexpmclennan I’ll ask, because nobody else has. What does everyone mean when they speak of data? Seems to be a a vague consensus.

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@leslienassar @drsimmo @SnarkyPlatypus @stufromoz Yeah, see, this is why they shouldn’t let either of us on TV.

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@stufromoz @drsimmo @SnarkyPlatypus Excellent work. I’m adopting that soundbite immediately.

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@drsimmo @SnarkyPlatypus @stufromoz Maybe. [Shrugs.] As I’ve said on TV, I wouldn’t trust Facebook as far as I could spit a cow.

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@drsimmo @SnarkyPlatypus @stufromoz Heh. Probably not. But that figure is from Facebook.

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@Bobosphere: Journalists, publishers, agencies and broadcasters are all fucked”, reports @AdNews adnews.com.au/news/bob-garfi…

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@SnarkyPlatypus @drsimmo @stufromoz At any given moment, there’s on average around 1500 things that could be in your Facebook news feed.

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Wed plan, draft: Write for @crikey_news; pop through ADMA Global Forum adma.com.au/adma-global-fo…; @5at5daily; review TV scripts; evening TBA.

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★ Alexis BOOBS Perkins sent you a WINK ★

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je n’étais pas là et vous ne pouvez pas prouver quoi que ce soit.

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Wednesday. Do you hear that faint hissing sound? That is your soul, slowly leaking away. Wednesday.

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Everything is, or was, a mistake.

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OH: “I dunno, maybe you should imagine yourself with a banana.”

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stafo86 I make good life decisions pic.twitter.com/40peBclk3i

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