Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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April 19th, 2015

Rearranging my plans for Monday morning due to weather and my own arsehattery.

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@kcarruthers I do need to build core strength, yes, but cardio fitness and weight loss are my key aims, I think. Must get a trainer.

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@SnarkyPlatypus @kcarruthers Yes. Because I don’t have any waterproof coat or boots.

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@kcarruthers Thanks. Tho this kinda ruins my plan to start some exercise by taking a walk in the early mornings. Sulking.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Yep, the first year In was up here there was a whole month like that. April seems a little esrly though.

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@SnarkyPlatypus It’s already down to 5.1C at the Mt Boyce station, apparent 4.7C. Katoomba 5.3C, apparent 3.0C. bmcc.nsw.gov.au/weather/Katoom…

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I say, this forecast for the upper Blue Mountains is a tad annoying. instagram.com/p/1p8WwCiFub/

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@scoopgeorge @SatPaper Thanks, though I can’t claim credit. They’re all descriptions kicking around in the infosec community.

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@scoopgeorge @SatPaper As for the other question, couldn’t easily tell you. I don’t track follower numbers at all.

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@scoopgeorge @SatPaper Yeah, my weather tweets seem to be getting more cryptic. This is a feature, not s bug.

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@mattdasilva I don’t think there’ll be a storm. Just rain.

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@egadheg Thanks. But with further thought, it’s an idea I could quickly grow to like.

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@egadheg That would be a good reference in this particular instance, yes.

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I do not want the mental image of “edging Kevin”, @egadheg. Not in the tiniest little amount.

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I’m thinking of crossing the streams.

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@SnarkyPlatypus @glengyron Yes, a good way of putting it. This goes into the next podcast.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Many of them, maybe even @glengyron, have told me who they were on Twitter ages back, but now I have no idea.

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@SnarkyPlatypus @glengyron What’s worse is that so many of them will remember me from my early-1990s cool period, but I don’t know them.

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@glengyron You say that like it’s a bad thing.

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Blogged earlier today: “Weekly Wrap 254: Regret, introspection, and a new dawn” stilgherrian.com/weekly-wrap/25… pic.twitter.com/8L0VryEKAg

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“Social media helps solve Wentworth Falls blood trail mystery”, reports @nswpolice. And it wasn’t me. police.nsw.gov.au/news/media_rel…

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@garthk I dunno. Are they allowed to bring knives to work?

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shit_rbtc_says I think Bitcoin will do for mankind what the sun did for life on earth.

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@SnarkyPlatypus I’m fairly sure it’s the pork they’ve been pulling when coming up with that one.

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@chris_stevenson @NewtonMark Yes, the word “pivot” must be a tired enough cliché for government use by now.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Thanks. The photo is pretty average technically, though. Far too much of the bright sky is bleached out to white.

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New blog post: “Weekly Wrap 254: Regret, introspection, and a new dawn” stilgherrian.com/weekly-wrap/25… pic.twitter.com/8L0VryEKAg

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Maybe, @JoeHockey, the government could try discussion, negotiation and compromise, not just announcing stuff and assuming it’s right.

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SimonBanksHB “The Labor Party and the Greens effectively have control of the Senate” says @JoeHockey

35 of 76 votes?

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Moonbats as a Service.

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It’s called “Agile Government”, @NewtonMark. Fail early, fail often.

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Sun plan, draft: Blog; budgeting; Sunday lunch; 1518 train to Wentworth Falls; write for @zdnetaustralia en route; quiet evening.

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@indigoid @zdnetaustralia Exactly my point, and one I’ve been banging on about for a while.

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@cefiar I suppose any white spirit will do at a pinch. Or kerosene, even.

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My feelpinions were included in @feed_the_chooks@SatPaper story “Islamic State’s online strategies” thesaturdaypaper.com.au/news/law-crime…

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Me at @zdnetaustralia Friday: “Verizon’s yearly reminder that we’re still useless at infosec” zd.net/1GRAuUW

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A podcast happened: “The 9pm Statement of Regret” stilgherrian.com/edict/00040/ Also on SoundCloud. soundcloud.com/skankmedia/e00… pic.twitter.com/OZUPdE7oYG

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Right, Sunday morning media consumers, I shall now plug the things that I’ve done this week that you may have missed. There are three.

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To help select locations for those dawn photos, I used SunCalc, a Sun position calculator. suncalc.net pic.twitter.com/tppGZoOaeW

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@19bk69 @Colvinius I had not seen this thing, because I only follow that sort of news on a weekly cycle at best. Thank you.

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Sunrise over Rozelle Bay. (0636 AEST) pic.twitter.com/MAps92FrB7

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A new month has dawned over Sydney. (0623 AEST) pic.twitter.com/VldQBLw2tU

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The first sunrise after the New Moon approaches. (0612 AEST) pic.twitter.com/NZWImMvOQ8

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Sunday. No matter what you do, the cycle of grief continues. Please open your gin now. Sunday.

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@kcarruthers @SnarkyPlatypus Yes. Cities are set up a certain way to provide these things.

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@SnarkyPlatypus @kcarruthers WELL THAT’S WHY YOU PUT THE PIZZA IN THE FRIDGE.

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@SnarkyPlatypus You could also order pizza and get the drink with that, and then have the pizza cold in the morning. You’re just not trying.

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