Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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February 5th, 2015

BlogsofWar Abortions caused Italy’s economic crisis, archbishop claims goo.gl/DEdckJ

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@_midofo_ A betting slip is an asset. Make sure you include it in your will.

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Malcolm Gladwell seems to have branched out. pic.twitter.com/UlsyxZiNAx

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RT @purserj: Coonan with the deep insight “If the budget was better received we would be fine” [Our fault, not appreciating its brilliance.]

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@msjenjenjen Yeah I don’t have RSG certification.

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@duncanriley I’d pay to see that. Not much, obviously, but yeah I’d watch it.

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@R_Chirgwin @franksting I was drinking with a tradie doing “remediation” of Newington Arms Depot site. They found all sorts of shit in that.

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Fans hear that @SenatorLudlam now has to leave Politics at the Pub. pic.twitter.com/Oa0HTyyAHe

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@number86 You might think that. I couldn’t possibly comment.

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Sportsbet odds for next actor to play James Bond. pic.twitter.com/T5zUGPuE0g

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Sportbet odds for which 5SOS member Taylor Swift will first date: Ashton 2.15; Michael 2.90; Luke 4.00; Callum 5.00. Deadline 1 Jun or void.

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@CaseyBriggs It’s listed as a “futures” bet, dated 1 May 2015. I’m not sure how this works.

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Sportsbet odds on first PUP govt in AU: NT 3.00; QLD 3.75; TAS 4.50; WA 7.00; VIC 9.00; ACT 11.00; SA 13.00; NSW 15.00; Federal 51.00.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Well Mirabelle is at 51.00 rather than 501.00, perhaps indicates a wager? Still, they’ll add names to the list on request.

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@darkhorse166 It’s certainly an interesting field!

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Sportsbet odds on next sworn-in government: Coalition 1.87; Labor 1.87. (Nice margin in there, eh?)

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Those odd for Clive Palmer to lead the Coalition into the next election are such a glorious troll I really should put $20 down.

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… Brough 21.00; Pyne 41.00; Hunt 41.00; Dutton 41.00; Robb 51.00; Smith 51.00; Bishop B 251.00; Mirabella 251.00; Palmer C 501.00 (2/2)

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Sportsbet odds “Coalition leader at Fed election”: Abbott 2.25; Turnbull 2.75; Bishop J 3.00; Morrison 15.00; Hockey 17.00; (1/2)

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Sportsbet odds for “When will Abbott face a ballot?”: Jan-Apr 1.70; May-Aug 3.75; Sep-Dec 7.00; 2016-election 11.00; not at all 5.00.

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Sportsbet odds for “Next Liberal leader” (after Abbott): Turnbull 2.00; Bishop 3.00; Brough 4.50; Morrison 10.00; Hockey 16.00; Pyne 17.00.

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‘Mansplain’ chosen as word of the year by Macquarie Dictionary. abc.net.au/news/6073620

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BadAlbumCovers The music behind some bad / great album covers. boingboing.net/2015/02/02/the… pic.twitter.com/7Ytnw6F8G2

Via @BoingBoing and lots of others.

via Twitter for Android Tablets (retweeted on 6:32 PM, Feb 5th, 2015 via Tweetbot for iΟS)

@lonelydandruff @pandymonium01 If not them, clerical assistants in suburban small and medium businesses, or whatever.

via Tweetbot for iΟS in reply to lonelydandruff

So when I mistyped “cybering” just then, iOS offered to correct it to “Cheng”. I’m very confused.

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In defence of the totally awesome* ACSC cybering video, I’m not the target audience and I haven’t seen any background on its intended use.

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“37 Old Liberal Tweets That Are Hilarious Because It’s Now Totally On”, writes @MarkDiStef buzzfeed.com/markdistefano/… Well played, Sir.

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RT @ddowza: Hackers are coming to EAT YOUR CHILDREN. [Knew it!]

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@BundyB I think there will be a lengthy confused silence before the laughing begins.

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I hope that Philip Ruddock MP has seen this video on his computer telephone.

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Correction. This would seem to be an official and OMGWTFBBQ Australian government cyber security awareness video. youtube.com/watch?v=nl-Ena…

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This would seem to be an official Australian government cyber security awareness video. youtube.com/watch?v=nl-Ena…

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“Data retention: too many unknowns, too many unanswered questions”, writes @MsLods theguardian.com/commentisfree/…

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harrymccracken If there’s an odder computer magazine cover than this one—the Osborne 1 among the Mujahideen—I haven’t seen it. pic.twitter.com/lMt4xdoVwV

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@daniels_den Something in the back of head says they were sold in the 1980s, but the back of my head isn’t necessarily reliable.

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triplej Mark Colvin (@Colvinius), OG Double Jay journo 1975. ‘Stache game = fire. pic.twitter.com/ta3hgheeIL

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Errands are proceeding to plan.

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0xAli @stilgherrian They have feelings too.

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 4:03 PM, Feb 5th, 2015 via Tweetbot for iΟS)

BundyB @stilgherrian where is the dedication to AussieTrails instead of these foreign trails from Chemistan?

via Fenix for Android (retweeted on 4:03 PM, Feb 5th, 2015 via Tweetbot for iΟS)

BundyB @stilgherrian they’re taking Aussie jobs!

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Why can’t chemtrails have citizenship anyway? Chemtrails are sovereign citizens too, you know.

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Sovereign chemtrails!

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@BundyB This is a reasonable point, though there was no indication that brandy was on offer.

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@daniels_den A whole set if these used to belong to the Adelaide Uni Students Assoc, and hung on the wall of a student cafe.

via Twitter for Windows Phone in reply to daniels_den

Departing the VMware l(a)unch for an afternoon of errands.

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“Would you like some more red, Sir?” Why is this even a question?

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VMware really does understand the nuances of doing the “liquid business”… instagram.com/p/ytAP45CFlG/

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@AB_Mycroft Flying Fish, Pyrmont. Scroll back for the menu with details.

via Twitter for Windows Phone in reply to AB_Mycroft

@jpwarren @virag064 @elronxenu My understanding is that there’s been vast changes to the web client, but I have no details at hand yet.

via Twitter for Windows Phone in reply to jpwarren

VMware’s Aaron Steppat says the big new web client has more in it than the C# client, @virag064 @elronxenu. That’s where users are moving.

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@virag064 @elronxenu I’ll try to ask about that once the talk-at-us is over. We’re moving through vSphere version 6 improvements fast.

via Twitter for Windows Phone in reply to virag064

@virag064 @elronxenu How long ago is this “everything in Windows” thing? Nothing has been mentioned about interfaces yet.

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The new one is better than the old one.

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This is all way too far down into the facts and features of VMware’s new versions of tools to tweet without going insane. (Shoosh, you.)

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paulwallbank That moment you find yourself sitting next to @stilgherrian and drinking a blue cocktail - at lunchtime.

via Echofon (retweeted on 12:29 PM, Feb 5th, 2015 via Twitter for Windows Phone)

VMware is pushing the software defined network (SDN) and the “liquid business”. instagram.com/p/ys3A0kiFpi/

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This looks just… just terrible. instagram.com/p/ys2LS8CFoM/

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The VMware l(a)unch is about to begin… instagram.com/p/ys19t8CFn0/

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Goddam it, Twitter, this is defamation. instagram.com/p/yszhs1CFkI/

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Note to self,a new band name: Public Bidet.

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PointZeroOne oh god it’s in my head again, I HATE YOU @stilgherrian

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Strolling to Pyrmont, because it’s a lovely morning.

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@fieldproducer @starsandstripes And I suppose this makes him a chopper whopper bluffer, the duffer. I’ll stop now.

via Twitter for Windows Phone in reply to fieldproducer

@fieldproducer @starsandstripes I do hope someone is using the phrase “chopper whopper” in all this.

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PointZeroOne So this morning I woke up with that terrible intro to the latest 9pm edict stuck in my head. @stilgherrian

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Plume continues to post tweets from yesterday, which is of course excellent*. I’ll clean them up later.

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And the Deloitte cyber briefing is done. There was a lot of good cybering there.

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glengyron Bae: It’s not on if it’s not on.

pic.twitter.com/tV14cjjcBl

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@cefiar @PointZeroOne I’ve just had a thought. You guys aren’t using Plume via Telstra’s mobile network by any chance?

via Plume for Android in reply to cefiar

I was once “very confident” I could drink the rest of that bottle of vodka and still get home. Confidence and reality are different things.

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“Tony Abbott ‘very confident’ he will still be prime minister next week”, writes @danielhurstbne theguardian.com/australia-news…

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jayrosen_nyu NBC’s Brian Williams forgot that he wasn’t aboard a helicopter in Iraq that took enemy fire and was forced to land? stripes.com/news/us/nbc-s-…

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Thu plan: Errand Enmore; haircut, CBD; 1200 VMware l(a)unch, Pyrmont; errands Lilyfield, Surry Hills, CBD; gap TBA; ; collapse.

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Sydney skyline, earlier this morning instagram.com/p/ysfcr3iFig/

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Monday’s @zdnetaustralia story is part of a 10-story feature, “Security and Privacy: New Challenges” zdnet.com/topic/security…

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Me at @zdnetaustralia Mon: “From practitioners to politicians, we lack the infosec clue needed” zdnet.com/article/from-p…

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Me at @zdnetaustralia Wed: “Australian infosec budgets are probably wrong: Deloitte” zdnet.com/article/austra…

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Thu plan, draft: Errand Enmore; haircut, CBD; 1200 VMware l(a)unch, Pyrmont; errands Lilyfield, Surry Hills, CBD; gap TBA; .

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Thursday. Mistakes were made. Mistakes will continue to be made. Thursday.

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