Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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February 10th, 2015

@Pollytics @NewtonMark They’ll send drones, don’t worry.

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@Spoonyman @robmanuel Isn’t it just. They were strange times.

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@Pollytics @NewtonMark “We’ll be plagued by digital swarms of whining Pynedroids, slimy Weinerbots, and worse” zdnet.com/article/prepar…

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@Pollytics @NewtonMark You’ll be caught in a traffic jam, and a smartphone app pops up a friendly critter to tell you it’s Labor’s fault.

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@Pollytics @NewtonMark That’ll happen next election. Custom chatbots, talking at you, topics set by the party’s voter database.

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robmanuel Odd Jimmy Savile ad we found in Mirror archives.
As far as I know, not on the web previously
usvsth3m.com/post/this-1977… pic.twitter.com/TtxXbw8tJ4

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Settling the alarm for 0500.

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@Pollytics @NewtonMark Oh. I never learned the fingered whistle. I just purse my lips and blow.

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@Pollytics @NewtonMark If he’d had them he’d have used them, too. The little fucker was going to arc up on me.

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@markc Damn, that’s a fine punchline. I shall retweet the photo tomorrow with that caption and pretend it was me.

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@NewtonMark That’s before @Pollytics got all uppity, like this “Come at me, bro!” specimen. pic.twitter.com/3LkzJiRYYO

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And now I am back at @bunjaree, to grab a few hours sleep before doing the whole thing again.

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The bustling central business district of Wentworth Falls instagram.com/p/y6ybj6iFje/

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I alight, and the continues into the night… instagram.com/p/y6xwyqCFiw/

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SkyNews Dutch cannabis growers are reportedly being caught by police - thanks to melting snow trib.al/J6CdIaV pic.twitter.com/5Uf7tInTLE

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When pressed by reporters on whether it was a tender process or not, Mr Andrews replied: “I will use the words I choose to use.”

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Earlier I saw someone write “Defence Minister Kevin Andrews” and I started laughing. And then I remembered, and stopped laughing.

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@RealNickHodge They are all arseholes, each and every one.

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Nearly squeezed it out there now, Joe? pic.twitter.com/qWzkAhM9Ps

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Still no submarine. I am originally from South Australia, you know, Tony.

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I recommend @Pollytics’ current rant.

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johnb78 Very bad owls indeed. RT @cheshireb: RT [priv] worst owls: 41.media.tumblr.com/418aa403e42b57… Those are some terrible owls

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Nick_Xenophon Say it ain’t so, @JoeHockey! You told @abc730 Labor controls Senate crossbenchers - they wish!

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I say, @deptofaustralia is very good today. As are the sight lines in the photo. pic.twitter.com/wGdATrR07r

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Just excuse me a moment while I add your latest fucktard movie-title game hashtag to my mute filters.

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I’ve checked my voicemail. No submarine.

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ThePoke Is that an artisan sourdough baguette in your pocket? We want your today.

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joshgnosis The govt is pushing ahead with its e-safety commissioner despite Twitter revealing police don’t use existing powers. zdnet.com/article/govern…

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PatsKarvelas Good government: Day 2 - RN Drive - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) abc.net.au/radionational/…

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@SnarkyPlatypus Well, it is in transition. There’s a complex socio-geographic process going on.

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@_ouisa I like where you’re going with this.

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Behold, the 2018 Lithgow service, waiting patiently at Sydney Central station platform 6 instagram.com/p/y6hgKxCFki/

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@troyhunt @FSecure Oh excellent. I’m looking forward to how much and how deeply you scare these folks tomorrow morning.

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If privacy is dead, @JonoH, explain why you still close the cubicle door when using a hotel bathroom. @aqualung @kcarruthers

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@SimonDorrat True. I’ve verballed you. If you’re still around over drinks, I’ll explain the context.

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I hadn’t realised anyone had actually done this. instagram.com/p/y6S7hqiFp8/

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This is the image from @xor that @kcarruthers just had on screen. pic.twitter.com/6rCc7MOxyV

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And now @kcarruthers plugs the Privacy by Design movement. privacybydesign.ca

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And now @kcarruthers is scaring everybody with Refrigergeddon. Excellent.

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@RealNickHodge @kcarruthers @SnarkyPlatypus It’s like @jturner_ibrs: if he sees me in the audience, he does a pre-emptive reverse heckle.

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So @kcarruthers just asked a raise-your-hands question of the audience. I raised my hand. She told me to shut up.

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People should read the article on the screen behind @kcarruthers instagram.com/p/y6RfW6CFox/

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It would certainly be like @kcarruthers to call for that sort of thing.

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I think @kcarruthers just called for pacemakers to have DRM, so if you don’t pay your monthly maintenance fees they turn it off.

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KetanJ0 Blade Runner

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keranm “The expectation of teenagers today is that wifi is just everywhere” @kcarruthers pic.twitter.com/NRdWRYToJq

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Important point from @kcarruthers: IoT devices means business APIs can be daisy-chained together, so risk is daisy-chained too.

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: I put it flat against the reader, but I don’t rub it as such. [I see.]

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Next up: @kcarruthers, business intelligence and data governance bod, UNSW.

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@paulwallbank There’s not a lot of new new new, sure, but it’s a decent overview of the state of the art.

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RT @R_Chirgwin: I saw a very similar list about computers and vehicles from Hewlett Packard in about 1996. [Hah! ]

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RT @elronxenu: So much of it seems to be about ways our devices can help the vendor, not us. [Yes. ]

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Sorry, I am meant to be typing “Dorratt”, not “Dorritt”. That’s screw up your searches.

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@drzax Sorry, brevity was not grumpiness. Just trying to focus on what he’s saying. The pics I have are the pics I posted.

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Dorritt: “I won’t say ‘fail fast’, because I don’t think failure should be a goal.”

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Culture and process stuff around telematics at Toyota. instagram.com/p/y6O9f7CFmn/

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@drzax The answers respectively are “No” and “Scroll back a bit”.

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keranm “Toyota want to use the data from your car to market aftermarket upgrades to you” - Toyota AU pic.twitter.com/HXL8xl3F0s

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Challenges to overcome to deliver on this. instagram.com/p/y6Oi3xCFmD/

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Opportunities for vehicle telematics. instagram.com/p/y6OYjOiFl6/

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RT @kcarruthers: Where is @stilgherrian? [Main theatre, audience front left.]

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Toyota’s Franchise of the Future strategy. instagram.com/p/y6N-zWiFll/

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@DrewBroadley @PaulGreenwell I have no idea what you’re trying to say by that.

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keranm “75,000 Toyota vehicles on the road in AU collecting data and sharing it via the drivers smart phone” - do the customers know that?

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So this is where I throw in my usual plea. This isn’t just about cool technology and money. It’s also about society and power.

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Anybody holding up Uber as a model for “success” is implicitly deciding that “being an utter arsehole” doesn’t matter.

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After a sensible intro, Dorritt is using Uber as the inevitable example of “good” because he can’t wait for a taxi. Sigh.

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Toyota is using the term “rivers of data”. Having seen the security of car tech I’m predicting more “mountains of highway carnage”.

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Next up: Simon Dorratt, Strategy, Architecture & Innovation, Toyota Australia, on their rivers of data.

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@cefiar I shan’t be clicking on that while in the conference session.

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fanfiction_txt “NO! GIVING CHILDREN VACCINES IS HORRIBLE! I WOULD NEVER VACATE MY CHILDREN” mario shouted. peach was taken aback.

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On stage now is Paul Greenwell, platform strategy manager at MYOB. “Don’t pull on my shirt.”

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Dropping back into the main room for the last of today’s APIdays Sydney sessions. syd.apidays.io

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Valerie, call on me. Call on me, Valerie, come and see me. I’m the same boy I used to be.

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@monsieurarion Close. National ICT Australia, a computing science and technology incubator.

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@paulkidd I actually knew that. This is a little worrying.

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RT @deconstructo: What have I done to deserve the opening riff of Van Halen’s Jump play continuously in my head? [Everybody worm this!]

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Colvinius Imma let you finish but PJK had one of the best leadership challenges of all time.

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Where the traffic jams are made instagram.com/p/y6IaG4iFv0/

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This @kcarruthers person had better be good, because any conference that runs actual sessions past 1700 is Hitler.

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In the middle of my afternoon brain-slump. I might just wander around ATP for a while, then catch @kcarruthers’ presentation at 1710.

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yinettesys List ten things that aren’t Jackie Chan

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Earth_Pics LOOK AT THE SEALS FACE THO 😭 pic.twitter.com/uxIXSEx6uV

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@sylmobile How about “That’s as stupid as saying ‘Labor coal’”?

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RondelleHobbs My advice to young journalists is to write down every word you know then arrange as appropriate.

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Another excellent image from @mpbowers, which I shall call “Adult Government” theguardian.com/australia-news… pic.twitter.com/t541nHLHoK

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joshgnosis The Federal Court suggested I could email them my credit card details to pay for docs I wanted. I don’t think ‘no’ is a strong enough word.

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bigmac How to get millennials excited about coming to work in your office | Idealog buff.ly/1KCxElH [you wanna keep your job? *slap*]

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saamato “Why don’t you focus on chillin’ the fuck out?” - @OHnewsroom

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Is that duck auditioning for @danger5tv? His name is Patricia and he speaks only Swahili.

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dobes Are the ALP giving Turnbull dixers to make him look good?!?

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Something about pants.

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Watch out, only 3% to 5% of devs have security training. instagram.com/p/y6AzT3CFnm/

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You can’t just deny service to your customers and partners, says Wermut. instagram.com/p/y6All8iFnZ/

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@oberonsghost @ClintonDucas @jadacormier Also, this entire day is making be think of bees. No, with bees. Everything is bees.

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@dobes He’s already in Parliament. We just need him to own up to it. See my tweet here. crikey.com.au/2015/01/23/tip…

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@oberonsghost @ClintonDucas @jadacormier Except that it’s API-itis. So I’d go that way, hyphenated with two Is.

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First one is important, though: Are you running your business’ APIs as projects or products? Do you even have a strategy?

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Wermut’s presentation will be easy to digest, ‘cos it’s a list of clues. May wait for the slides and not tweet it now.

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RT @jadacormier: New buzzword! ‘Apitis’from Joel Wermut at pic.twitter.com/M6lbS5Nl9t

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Next up: Joel Wermut from Versent on “The Symptoms and Treatment of APItus”

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murpharoo Christ.

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RT @dobes: Far-and-away, Turnbull is the best performer at the dispatch boxes on either side [Big call. Sydney Harbour Seal would pwn him.]

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deviantglobal “Rather than a middle-class mecca… Parklands is a 1,700-acre dystopia of vacant lots and apartment structures”: nytimes.com/2015/02/10/nyr…

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mamund slides, credits, links for today’s “Liberating the API Economy” talk @APIdaysSydney b.mamund.com/1uxT0Ni pic.twitter.com/EB2xPrpFgM

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RT @BundyB: @SnarkyPlatypus @stilgherrian *sets doll on fire* [That would be quicker, yes.]

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snurb_dot_info Um, why isn’t The Guardian’s wearing a @firstdogonmoon-style bucket on his head, @murpharoo ?

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TheKouk Oh dear. Abbott unaware of PEFO which of course is a publication mandated by the Charter of Budget Honesty

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We are being invited to try Telstra’s new SMS API preview at dev.telstra.com and give them feedback.

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: @stilgherrian “Show me on the doll where working for the telco irreparably damaged your soul” [All of it. All of it.]

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Remembering that I did some consulting for Telstra. [Curls into a tight ball. Rocks slowly back and forth. Whimpers.]

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RealNickHodge RT @stmarymackillop weighs in on SA Submarine debate pic.twitter.com/5C5MX15Rho

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If you find yourself using the words “going forward” in a sentence, you should pause to consider your life choices.

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@jadacormier @frankarr Ah yes. You’ve just unrepressed some memories that could happily have been left suppressed.

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“The following buzzwords are required in all of our presentations.”

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Perhaps I’m doing @frankarr an injustice, but needing a dedicated team to succeed at a specific task isn’t exactly controversial.

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This is a discursive narrative of how Telstra set up its API team and why. Nice chat from @frankarrbut nothing noteworthy yet.

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GrogsGamut “A $30 billion Budget black hole that they knew about, but they wouldn’t tell us about”… Ohrily? pic.twitter.com/zfWNzcAmoT

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Next up: @frankarr, now API evangelist at Telstra.

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@rashasman Oh. I’ll listen for that when I post the recording.

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rossdawson “Scale-pocalypse” - at @mamund says we should be worried about scalability of applications and APIs in world of scale-free networks

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TL;DR @mamund: “Be a node and not a hub. Node all the things.”

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HappySinger The only correct answer to is “Goat”. You idiots mean .

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“The Internet of Things is based on the assumption that there will be data everywhere and magic everywhere.” Nice line, @mamund

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@rashasman “Distant”? Do you mean audio quality, emotionally, or something else? I mean, I AM 4000km away, after all.

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I’ve wandered into a keynote by Mike Amundsen @mamund on scale-free networks. I wish I hadn’t missed the start. He’s engaging.

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I’m tweeting from APIdays Sydney today and tomorrow. syd.apidays.io Mute to avoid.

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And the second radio spot is done. I have a recording of that one too, so it’ll be posted some time in the next couple of days.

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On hold for ABC @720perth to talk about Smart TVs as spies in your home. theage.com.au/digital-life/c… Listen at abc.net.au/perth

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SnarkyPlatypus Eject all the NIMBYs into Kellyville, I say.

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dobes I need to talk Korea later today. Maybe I’ll just use this @drearyclocks device. pic.twitter.com/HSoMsssNHK

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What is this taxi industry twat going on about on ABC @720perth? Violent crime is going DOWN, has been for decades. We just SEE it all now.

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RT @BXGD: @stilgherrian @720perth If anyone was in doubt, “smart TV” is now an oxymoron. [Hence this. zdnet.com/smart-tvs-are-…]

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I’ll also be talking about Smart TV surveillance on ABC @720perth at 1020 AWST / 1320 AEDT. theage.com.au/digital-life/c… abc.net.au/perth

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And the @1395FIVEaa spot is done. I should be able to post a recording later.

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About to talk Smart TV surveillance on @1395FIVEaa Adelaide. theage.com.au/digital-life/c… Listen in at fiveaa.com.au

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: Isn’t there an arms race in Asia-Pacific around submarines at the moment? [Yes, very much so.]

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How not to do slides, a lesson in legibility from Australia Post. instagram.com/p/y5vaHHCFv1/

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paulangov . Such a boring and soulless abbreviation and term that can unlock such exciting, innovative and lucrative possibilities.

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Australia Post has done all this with NetSuite, for example. Shipping to 24/7 parcel lockers is done directly in NetSuite.

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Australia Post / StarTrack strategy: “To integrate into our merchants” native systems,” not as a separate app.

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Franzi is providing an excellent overview of the trends in online retail, including “mass customisation”.

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@CosmicRami @maxcelcat You two probably aren’t “average” in this regard.

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Apparently the typical Australian is only buying online around 3 to 4 times a year. Didn’t catch a source for that.

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Next up: Ben Franzi, GM Sales, Global eCommerce Platforms, Australia Post, on their StarTrack integration.

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Those two retweets of @gillian_clark just now contain two excellent truths from News Corp’s Tom Quinn.

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gillian_clark change for technology staff was huge and not everyone made the journey - change is about the people as well as technology @HyprNZ

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gillian_clark Tom Quinn set up a ‘mind the gap’ team - to fill in the gaps between saas services; performance team as well - nice - @HyprNZ

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@Diamondback1949 You’d have to check the definition of “mobile” in that research. The reference is at the bottom of the slide.

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3. Choose your glue carefully. It’ll be a big part of your costs. instagram.com/p/y5rLZtCFpD/

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2. In transition, give your legacy mainframe apps a cloud veneer. instagram.com/p/y5rBydCFou/

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Quinn has three main messages. 1. Choose best SaaS service out there for each task, be willing to change when needed.

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I’ll be talking about Smart TV surveillance on ABC @720perth at 1020 AWST / 1320 AEDT. theage.com.au/digital-life/c… abc.net.au/perth

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I’ll be talking about Smart TV surveillance on @1395FIVEaa at 1210 ACDT / 1240 AEDT. theage.com.au/digital-life/c… fiveaa.com.au

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Quinn on agility: composability is the key to speed. instagram.com/p/y5qEwoiFm8/

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Here’s what that media shift to mobile looks like. instagram.com/p/y5pyo_CFmg/

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Next up: Tom Quinn, CIO, News Corp AU. He says more than half their traffic now comes from mobile.

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I’m tweeting from APIdays Sydney today and tomorrow. syd.apidays.io Mute to avoid.

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Learning about all the latest technology… instagram.com/p/y5lTR7CFun/

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Ten points to Ghose for ending his presentation with a slide pointing to corporate social responsibility.

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To counterpoint the big data utopia in that Wired link, try these. zdnet.com/article/why-bi… edition.cnn.com/2015/02/02/opi…

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rossdawson Data Deluge Makes Scientific Method Obsolete archive.wired.com/science/discov… ref by Prof Aditya Ghose at re data-driven process improvement

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Yes, this looks more like “business process optimisation”. instagram.com/p/y5hvyziFpa/

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Yes, @keranm, I think that I’d look at this stuff as “business process optimisation”. Unless I’m missing something.

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keranm Feels like Aditya Ghose is confusing business process with innovation- biz proc might foster innovation but it’s not innovation

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Ghose is presenting a framework for systematising the execution of innovation. instagram.com/p/y5hBkliFoF/

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Ghose explains how most organisations currently manage innovation. instagram.com/p/y5guRpiFnq/

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@Steve_Lockstep Indeed, which is why @rossdawson’s call for there to be a risk-based decision on that categorisation was nice.

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I know about Bharti. They had IBM provide all IT systems for a fixed percentage of revenue. Growth or efficiencies means both win.

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Ghose uses Bharti Telecom in India, a huge mobile telco network with just 200 staff, as an example of “servitization”.

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Next up, Prof Aditya Ghose, Director, Decision Systems Lab, University of Wollongong uow.edu.au/~aditya/

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Deciding what information is in which of those categories, and assessing the risks, are board-level decisions, says Dawson.

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Dawson says deciding what info is open, what is shared with trusted partners, and what is fully open, defines what the business IS.

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Points to @rossdawson for reminding us that not everything should be “open”.

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Worshipping at the Shrine of Bezos. instagram.com/p/y5dRFyiFiQ/

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Looking only at the winners means the “analysis” suffers survivorship bias. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Survivors… youarenotsosmart.com/2013/05/23/sur…

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RT @keranm: “Platforms - Apis - enable a multi-sided market” @rossdawson .. pic.twitter.com/GFWXdyCUdF [Sample size N=12. Science.]

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@developerjack I was a bizarre coincidence that @rossdawson spoke about Coca-Cola just as I typed that. See, he IS a futurist!

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Much as I enjoy @rossdawson’s speaking, this much techno utopianism is like drinking two litres of fizzy soda for breakfast.

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Sudden thought. KEYNOTE is an anagram of WANKERY.

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: @glengyron I think Boomers are the fastest growing STI demographic! [As they were the first time around.]

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Dawson says that it’s the diversity of network connections that creates the greatest value. instagram.com/p/y5bd2DiFvB/

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@troyhunt You’re right, BTW, I don’t think we’ve ever met. We shall rectify this shortly!

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@troyhunt @DeveloperSteve Yep, I’m here at both days. Currently down the front left of the theatre with a MacBook Pro open.

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I’m paraphrasing Dawson here, perhaps even bowdlerising him, but he talks fast and links many concepts into a single grand theme.

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Dawson says technology intertwined with a self-accelerating trend to openness, “more open social attitudes”. Marijuana legalised!

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“Latent demand and latent availability.” Uber and AirBnB as the inevitable examples of the more-fluid business.

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APIday Sydney kicks off properly, with a @rossdawson keynote, polished as always.

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That tedious part of every conference, where a dull person reads slowly through the program that we all already have.

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Oh. Apparently the “official” hashtag is not , though IT ISN’T MENTIONED ON THE WEBSITE OR THE PROGRAM THAT I COULD SEE.

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RT @chrisjrn: what does that even mean? [It means turning your business into a set of services, and using same running it. ]

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APIday Sydney begins. “Servitization” is the buzzword du jour. Mute to avoid. instagram.com/p/y5Ys9ECFq8/

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Arriving at Sydney Central station on the Chiko Roll instagram.com/p/y5WKtXCFl_/

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GSElevator #1: People who take LinkedIn endorsements seriously probably love stock market contests with pretend money.

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RT @oberonsghost: Nah, not The Salad. The Chiko Roll. [According to Twitter, you were two seconds before me. You win the internet today.]

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You people have ALL missed the truly Australian name for the third train after the Fish and the Chips. The Chiko Roll. [Bows.]

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@PlaneTalking @paulkidd And now it’s mostly endless suburbia, and I can chat with you via a global digital comms from the moving train.

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RT @smperris: The Potato Scallop. [Ah, NOW we’re talking.]

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OK, @PlaneTalking, that’s even more impressive old-fart cred than @paulkidd … ;) Mind you, nothing existed Parramatta to Penrith then.

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HumanHeadline Gay marriage now allowed in 37 U.S. states. Including redneck territory like Alabama. Australia is shamed.

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RT @Kimota: Salad? Nah, gotta be the lemon wedge [“I’m catching the Lemon Wedge to Sydney.” Yeah, works for me.]

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With all the talk this week of Smart TVs spying on you, my “Smart TVs are dumb, and so are we” from Oct 2013. zdnet.com/smart-tvs-are-…

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“Bill Shorten Slams ‘Incompetent’ Government For Failing ‘Basic Task’ Of Unseating A Prime Minister” theshovel.com.au/2015/02/09/bil…

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RT @juhasaarinen: Tartar Sauce. [I was thinking more the Salt’n’Vinegar.]

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If so, I am on the Salad.

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When there were two limited-stop trains Lithgow-Sydney, they were called the Fish and the Chips. Now there’s three, is the third the Salad?

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And now for the non-stop run Penrith to Parramatta. I do always like this part of the journey.

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Seems a reasonable strategy.

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“So, pirates, what’s your excuse now?” asks @alexkidman, justifiably. fatducktech.com/opinion/pirate…

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@alexkidman Yes, you’ve answered your own question there, really.

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“Overreliance on the Pseudo-Science of Economics” nytimes.com/roomfordebate/…

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@ataraxite Category error, I think. “Electricity” would be cf “data”, maybe “the grid” cf “the internet”?

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NewtonMark O_o RT @theage: ‘It’s incumbent on us all to support the PM, whomever the PM might be’, says Alan Jones
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I must say, I slept so well last night, knowing that Good Government began yesterday.

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“Millions of Facebook users have no idea they’re using the internet”, reports @qz qz.com/333313/milliio… [And why should they?]

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@stevelord It’s what’s on the inside that counts… ;)

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glengyron Bring on the asteroid. RT @GuardianJessica: RIP world it’s been nice to know ya pic.twitter.com/sgARD2wxvc

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Related to APIdays, two years ago @mpesce said “The future of business is Lego”, on businesses as APIs. zdnet.com/article/the-fu… (podcast)

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Tue plan: 0706 train to Sydney; 0900 APIdays conference, Day 1 syd.apidays.io; @5at5daily, maybe; return train, late-ish.

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Hey @richardaedy, you should check out the pay-to-comment thing I’ve just been chatting about.

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@bydanielvictor @DJBentley I’m certainly curious to see what the masthead’s own community thinks.

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@DJBentley @bydanielvictor Free to discuss “somewhere else”, but not along with the original article? A two-class system based on money.

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@bydanielvictor @DJBentley Experiment is good. I’ve worked policy for community orgs, tuned to look for potential blocks to participation.

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@bydanielvictor @DJBentley I was just thinking that, actually. “Why are you deleting my comment? I paid you!”

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@DJBentley @bydanielvictor Perhaps, yet it’s all built on the assumption that having money makes people more polite.

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Sure, @bydanielvictor @DJBentle, providing you’re happy to systematically exclude people with little disposable income.

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bydanielvictor When you get over the shock of hearing it, I don’t think asking people to pay for commenting is a bad idea bit.ly/1A6bjvt

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@elronxenu @aprilaser I think I’ve heard of this story, but not read it. I used to read quite a bit of SF back in the day.

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fanfiction_txt Well they better watch out, because I have a feeling one day, this will turn out to be the very first NATIONAL Sonic Brony convection.

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xor Left: Samsung SmartTV privacy policy, warning users not to discuss personal info in front of their TV
Right: 1984 pic.twitter.com/osywjYKV3W

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aprilaser Philip K Dick’s “Ubik” (1969) manages to explain in half a page why the Internet of Things will suck under capitalism pic.twitter.com/M3V9aTOyXO

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Tue plan, draft: 0706 train to Sydney; 0900 APIdays conference, Day 1 syd.apidays.io; @5at5daily, maybe; return train, late-ish.

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Tuesday. I have seen the future, and it is bullshit. See my TED talk. Buy me book. Tuesday.

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