Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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June 13th, 2015

christangey Extraordinary hail storm hits parts of Alice Springs, more pics to follow @SkyNewsAust @TheNTNews @783Alicesprings pic.twitter.com/ZxinoN3Tdv

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@ClintonDucas Heh. Have you listened to the interview we did?

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@ClintonDucas As you might imagine, he and I got along just fine when we met.

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@ClintonDucas @onthemedia Ah. All good. @Bobosphere has just called his guest “stupid”, so this should work well.

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On dear, @ClintonDucas, events have moved on in the day(s) since @onthemedia produced that story. I think.

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@ClintonDucas @onthemedia OK, that’s weird. I’m just eight minutes into listening to the new episode.

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Village Life #2: I phone to order a taxi. The operator launches into the architectural history of the Lawson Bowling Club.

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Village Life #1: I enter the bottle shop. Phil hands me a bottle of Killakanoon. “You want this, or shall we go on an adventure?”

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The perfect* spot for a drink, a ciggie, and a browse through some magazines. instagram.com/p/33LWyxiFlY/

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@johnthelutheran An email, with the subject line: “Malcolm Turnbull said something”.

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Something seems to be going down in Dallas. Something bad.

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@juhasaarinen Penrith / the Nepean River is just under an hour from Sydney by train, and then it’s an hour to Wentworth Falls.

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Crossing the Nepean, with a blur of girders after sunset instagram.com/p/33En8QCFtH/

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@WulfKhan Can’t we just mate, and create a generation of leaders?

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@sparky_au @MikePBurgess @jturner_ibrs Yep, “leadership” is a good word. “Thought leader” is a PowerPoint deck of other people’s ideas.

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@humphriesmark The guy is, or was, directly associated with the ACL. @BernardKeane knows the details. It’s all their PR.

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@jturner_ibrs @sparky_au @MikePBurgess I know how to use a gun, Turner. Remember that.

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@sparky_au @jturner_ibrs @MikePBurgess Because apart from some corporate Kool-Aid lands, “thought leader” is a synonym for “parasite”.

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@sparky_au @jturner_ibrs @MikePBurgess Is there a way we can convey this good idea without the phrase “thought leadership”?

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Apparently this is meant to encourage us to click thru to Twitter. I’m thinking I should instead call a crisis line. pic.twitter.com/nyk5cSZsDd

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troyhunt Apple Watch ownership brings with it previously unhad conversations pic.twitter.com/VawxOi5lrt

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“Why George Brandis could be the first man overboard”, wrote @markgkenny Friday smh.com.au/comment/why-ge…

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Hah! @shanghaiist has run a story on Senator Dio Wang’s little effort from the other day. shanghaiist.com/2015/06/13/dio…

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paulkidd There is a @sydneyswans game live on free to air TV in Melbourne tonight. That means you should change the batteries in your smoke alarms.

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OH: “So is this the one just before the one?”

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@mpesce The only car crash happening there was his sense of aesthetics.

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Oh, and as were his sneakers. It was a symphony of black and day-glo lime.

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I’d place him as late 40s hurtling towards death. He has a Point to Make, it seems. And can’t afford a Porsche.

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I didn’t get time to take a photo, but his motorcycle was black with dayglo trim, as were his leathers, his helmet and, under that, haircut.

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StartupLJackson You can’t sell privacy, but fear sells like fucking hot cakes.

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A little over eight days until the Solstice.

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bengrubb Read more poetry, says George Brandis on @PatsKarvelas’s show. Even at senate estimates if you “run out of work” pic.twitter.com/KhqV6nwqQ1

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SwiftOnSecurity Society finally figured out how to fly aluminum tubes in the sky without people dying all the time. Wonder if that will happen with hacking.

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HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! This is excellent*! twitter.com/Andrew_Zammit/…

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TheSnarls ah, clams! the laptops of the sea!

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@Steve_Lockstep Exactly. Also, there’s the matter of scale. The Many Eyes theory works both ways.

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@SnarkyPlatypus I must admit, I’m finding it a bit special.

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@Steve_Lockstep Steve, you’re in San Francisco and it’s Friday night. Why are you talking to me?

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@Steve_Lockstep Refresh your memory on the legal aspects. Were you at this one? risky.biz/clarke-army

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@Steve_Lockstep I reckon those two ifs are fair, but what about the other factors, like management and focus?

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Disrupting Newcastle. From a pub in Penrith. Because we have the internet.

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@gordonwhitehead Yeah, that happens to me a lot. :) is a much better choice.

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@Steve_Lockstep My pleasure. It’s a lot, lot worse than the early reports were indicating.

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@gordonwhitehead I mean, that IS where most of ‘em will end up, obviously, but don’t kill the dream. ;)

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@gordonwhitehead Do you really want a hashtag that’s the official name of Australia’s unemployment benefits?

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Which in-flight meal did she have? twitter.com/GuardianAus/st…

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@fringesydney I may well pop in some time, thank you, but it won’t be in the coming week. Projects require me elsewhere, alas.

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i_zzzzzz Some dude just invested all his retirement savings in bitcoin on the basis of this entirely insane chart pic.twitter.com/LfDlgxWO0i

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@whiteswine As I just mentioned to someone, those real estate stories are now being written by robots.

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@twetdog Is it? In the US, the writing of weekend real estate stories has already been delegated to robots.

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TheKouk Anyone thinking we need a special levy to pay the people smugglers? Say, a $1 a ticket levy on the Sydney ferry?

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Can you actually imagine being a journalist who reached the heady heights of writing about real estate prices. Is there a Walkley for that?

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rpy Not an SBS Backburner headline twitter.com/Domaincomau/st…

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@whiteswine That sounds perfect. I assume we’re talking about these guys? yangarra.com/wines/detail/2…

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“Status.” Good work, Twitter. pic.twitter.com/Ggna3axFBH

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phbarratt As dangerous for Tony Abbott as being rolled by Cabinet is the level of detail in the briefing provided to Peter Hartcher. He’s in trouble.

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Oh now I am sulking. @pressclubsf is a wonderful place. twitter.com/Steve_Lockstep…

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@whiteswine I’ve forgotten. What’s the drainage like with ironstone? Certainly the sand will help.

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So is gin a basic Freedom now? I’m confused.

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Oven-baked snapper fillet with mashed potato and a ginger, lime and coriander sauce instagram.com/p/32shqmiFpH/

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@dracophile42 But would it cost more to fix the databases than it does to do the occasional manual inter-agency checks?

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The bistro bar at the Australian Arms Hotel, Penrith. pic.twitter.com/5PMTJEtztL

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@SnarkyPlatypus It’s very friendly. Also, dead quiet, because Saturday is family shopping and sports day in these parts.

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@SnarkyPlatypus It is “very limited”, to quote another barmaid. Taylors, Tempus Two, and then McWilliams as the house wine. Cheap though.

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Oh. An imgur link. I feel dirty.

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@traceyb65 As well as SIGINT and HUMINT and ELINT and IMINT and the like, there is also ASKINT.

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@SnarkyPlatypus The happy hour only applies to the tap beers, alas. I’ll check the bistro wine list shortly.

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@traceyb65 Barmaid has just confirmed, they put a ton of chips in with that 1kg steak.

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NikkiProtyniak When your Twitter feed accidentally makes perfect sense… @stilgherrian @swearyanthony pic.twitter.com/Q0xfEauMdb

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@SnarkyPlatypus Tradies remediating the old RAN Newington Arms Depot before they built apartments there. They were… finding things.

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They had to drop that when a biker on the tour said, “OK, I’ll give it a go,” and dead-lifted it. 100kg of silver is USD 51k today. (2/2)

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I remember when the BHAS smelter at Port Pirie used to say that if you could lift one of their silver ingots you could keep it… (1/2)

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@traceyb65 Well, if I were a pub offering that, I’d potato it up to make it impossible to win.

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@indigoid If you eer get the opportunity, ask a firefighter what they think of the plants on the outside of a high-rise building.

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@PollHereford I’ll ask. I’d imagine it’s like wrestling, though, and a count to three.

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@SnarkyPlatypus This is your basic country pub, as the website says. But very friendly. Last time I was here I learned about toxic problems.

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@traceyb65 If your 11yo can devour a kilo of steak as well as the chips — and I’ll bet they pile them on! — then I want to watch.

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@BlogsofWar It’s a good thing that Australia isn’t connected to this in any… oh. Crying now.

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@BlogsofWar The more I read about this series of hacks (and are there more to be revealed?), well, you guys are screwed. Badly.

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DavidParis Midwinter ball now offering Lobbyist LARP experiences twitter.com/cuhlmann/statu…

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@SnarkyPlatypus And it’s the midpoint, an hour from both of us.

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@benetsc @warisboring @KJKnodell I have a friend who will know much about these matters. I’ll ask him next time we’re in the same city.

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@benetsc @warisboring @KJKnodell Well, Australia has to be seen to be pulling its weight in the alliance. The US end is complicated.

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@paulkidd Maybe 20? I am not an expert in art. But there’s so many images it’d be a huge thing.

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In the front bar of the Australian Arms Hotel, Penrith. pic.twitter.com/C0P8Il766t

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@kheitman_au “A Classic Rural Pub Proudly Serving Penrith” is definitely the feel.

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I’m thinking of collecting all my Crossing the Nepean images into a mosaic and printing a limited edition of signed copies. Would that work?

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@DaveMiles60 It also holds the nearest Service NSW office open on a Saturday.

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@DaveMiles60 Um, yes. Penrith is a perfectly fine town.

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@PeteDotAscian @juhasaarinen Good God, imagine the conspiracy theorists if the US got started issuing visas like that!

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Should I mention that I’m in the Australian Arms in Penrith, and in a beer or two I’ll be having lunch?

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RTing another must-read: “Dr Onthemoon’s self diagnosis windfarm syndrome check list!” by @firstdogonmoon theguardian.com/commentisfree/…

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@timpoliti Yeah I know that. I just meant that the Iraq thing was sold as a response to 9/11. Utterly corrupt.

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@mcannonbrookes @KazStocks This is why I was always happy that at Uni of Adelaide it’s “ComputING Science”.

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@elronxenu I run into this problem all the time. Medicare actually researched naming practices before building their systems. They work.

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Surprise*! “Teen Pregnancy & Abortion Rate Drops In Hawaii After Abstinence-Only Sex Education Is Removed” the-daily.buzz/teen-pregnancy…

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Cute headline, @RT_com: “Captain ‘hook or by crook’: PM won’t deny if AU paid migrant smugglers to turn to Indonesia” rt.com/news/266749-au…

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“The F-35 Just Catches on Fire Sometimes”, reports @warisboring, “and the Pentagon knew that for years.” medium.com/war-is-boring/…

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@ki_sekiya Yep, from what I could hear, they exchanged some sort of employee IDs and a transaction ID to confirm the checks had been done.

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Oh, and at ASIC I’m “STILGHERRIAN _”, so that it looks right on various certificates.

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@ki_sekiya Wait, no, I’m not going to the US. I’ve been plenty of times before though. Just getting a NSW photo card.

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Bugger this, I need a beer.

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SaintRPh Guy lives next to airport. Painted this on roof to confuse passengers as they fly overhead. He lives in Milwaukee. pic.twitter.com/2AwmXG8Vwo

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RT @noreasonspec @stilgherrian i keep thinking you are petals [So do I.]

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SwiftOnSecurity If dinosaurs were so awesome how come they’re all dead
Checkmate, scientists

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@indigoid @SnarkyPlatypus We’re talking secure hologram ID card printers.

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I do like the fact that a NSW government employee has just told me: “Good news! You exist.”

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@SnarkyPlatypus Probably worried they’ll be stolen or otherwise misused.

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@ki_sekiya Yep, that’s exactly what it says on my US visa.

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@Mick_Peel Unlikely. The name was coined for me and should still be unique globally.

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@PacketNetworks These are common workarounds though the latter causes data matching problems of course.

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@ki_sekiya Nah, it’s because the web interface requires two words in a name.

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RT @OaaSvc @stilgherrian are you ready for a cavity search? [Always.]

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And we’re done. My new ID card will arrive during the week. They don’t have a printer at the Penrith office. I should’ve gone to Parramatta.

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In DFAT systems, I am XX STILGHERRIAN, apparently. In the US, I’m FNU STILGHERRIAN.

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Apparently DFAT uses a magic cookie, just like the US. Except that it’s a different cookie.

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Ah, not calling the helpdesk, but calling DFAT for a manual database lookup. I exist, they tell him.

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus @stilgherrian Are you causing security issues again? [Working on it.]

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Heh. He’s calling the helpdesk.

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Multiple failed attempts to do passport validation from another agency’s office. How many before we trigger a security alert?

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Well, the automated passport validation system doesn’t match. The staffer is… trying things.

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@monsieurarion If I had a proper camera, I’d get some photos.

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A young girl runs back to her father, in tears. Her brother follows close behind, shouting repeatedly, “She started it!”

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The last time I was in a regional government office was in the northern suburbs of Bangkok. stilgherrian.com/thailand/unrel…

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This had better not turn into one of my Adventures in Identity…

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@drunkenmadman Isn’t a Schnitzel Stack a trap in and of itself?

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So, the Australian Arms Hotel is pretty much where my errands are taking me today. It’s Fate. pic.twitter.com/UY4PH38RWX

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@ChrissieM @bernietb @druey Well, one of my errands is on High Street, so I’ll conduct an initial reconnaissance.

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nichcarlson BREAKING: JACK DORSEY’S BEARD pic.twitter.com/Quv8nVG9PZ

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phbarratt So Peta’s story about the photographs is she took it upon herself to enforce security restrictions inside a State police station. Pourquoi?

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SatPaper This week’s Pryor… pic.twitter.com/uWo9Pguod9

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RTing another must-read, the best restaurant review ever written: thethousands.com.au/melbourne/eat-…

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RTing a must-read: “The Pharaohs Of Silicon Valley: My Journey Through Google Headquarters” clickhole.com/blogpost/phara… pic.twitter.com/mDQUMvUmmX

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@bernietb @clairebbbear @druey I met admit, the Australian Arms is starting to sound like the go.

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@druey @bernietb I’ve been there once before, maybe three years ago. Seemed to have a good kitchen.

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@andrewdotnich I’ll have to look that up later. Me history and memory are both shoddy.

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@bernietb Isn’t there also one called the Australian? Or am I confused?

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@clairebbbear Thanks. In terms of operational radius, it’ll depend on how long my errands take.

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@19bk69 I like this idea, and will steal it for the podcast.

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Looking ahead a couple of hours, where should I have lunch in Penrith? Not a The Red Cow, because obviously.

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Enjoying the wit that some of our women of science are putting into

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Well, provided you don’t count Iraqi deaths because that country, not Afghanistan, was invaded after 9/11. But that’s another story.

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@BXGD Yep, because they’ll be caused indirectly, and spread out over a decade.

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My uninformed prediction: The US OPM etc hack will eventually result in way more deaths than 9/11.

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RT @Nextgov: White House tells agencies to tighten up cyber defenses immediately: nextgov.com/cybersecurity/… [Possibly a good idea, this.]

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RT @matthew_d_green: If hackers use the OPM data for straight up identity theft, that will be a *good* outcome. [Agreed. It won’t be tho.]

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stcymsn Wearing a shirt I got from Grace Hopper last yr. CoderDude asks if it’s my bf’s shirt. Think he missed the point pic.twitter.com/GzRfYJwNDl

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Magpie, Wentworth Falls station instagram.com/p/32PdbiCFq1/

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About an hour and a half ago, I tweeted links to two things that I described as “Wonderful”. You should read them, because they are.

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Sat plan: Wrangle various dinosaurs (done); 0936 train to Penrith; errands; lunch; ponder plans for the next few weeks, perhaps with wine.

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No explosion yet.

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If there’s a gas explosion in the next ten minutes, it’s absolutely definitely not my fault.

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Following all, or at least some, safety precautions.

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“Glitch.” Yes, “glitch” is a word, America. Perhaps get used to hearing it a lot more in the coming days. And weeks. twitter.com/chrisgeidner/s…

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That’s all from the @AP story. hosted.ap.org/dynamic/storie… Then read this from @20committe, and laugh or cry, as you wish. 20committee.com/2015/06/11/the…

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“… the listing of contacts and relatives, potentially exposing any foreign relatives of US intelligence employees to coercion…”

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“Deeply personal information about mental illnesses, drug and alcohol use, past arrests and bankruptcies…”

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Hackers got “the sensitive background information submitted by intelligence and military personnel for security clearances,” @AP reports.

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“As many as 14 million current and former civilian US government employees have had their information exposed to hackers,” reports @AP.

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This @AP story on the hacks of US OPM and their contractor highlights how deeply they’ve been screwed. hosted.ap.org/dynamic/storie…

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@davispg Isn’t it just. It is a work of great beauty.

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@chrisjrn Not very deep. Merely that the question was answered half an hour ago. By people. Well, sort of people.

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@garystark @NewtonMark My passport doesn’t OCR scan on any machine anywhere. Ever. I have to be processed manually.

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@NewtonMark Kill him. Kill him until he is dead.

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@chrisjrn Thank you. Also, you are half an hour behind the pace.

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This. Is. Also. Wonderful. I tweeted it yesterday, but it is the best restaurant review ever written. thethousands.com.au/melbourne/eat-…

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This. Is. Wonderful. “The Pharaohs Of Silicon Valley: My Journey Through Google Headquarters” clickhole.com/blogpost/phara… pic.twitter.com/mDQUMvUmmX

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NewtonMark Boomers can’t SmartGate. Poor confused creatures.

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NewtonMark IF YOU PEOPLE DON’T START WATCHING WHERE YOU’RE GOING I SWEAR I WILL PUNCH YOU IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD GOD FUCKING DAMMIT

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@timfdavis @jeamland @Idealaw Thank you. This raises more questions than it answers, but I will just have to cope with those emotions.

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@leslienassar I think you’re turning Japanese I think you’re turning Japanese I really think so.

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@MischaMaxwell Thanks. That wasn’t the one I was thinking of, but it seems to do Japanese. I’ll have a squizz.

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JesselynRadack Here’s ’ “you’ve been fucked” ltr to some ppl & solution:
give ur personal info to @AllClearID.

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@leslienassar Thank you, yes, but you’re three minuted behind the pace. Also, Word Lens has been pulled from Google Play, it seems.

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And it goes on Android too, @jeamland, thanks. But it doesn’t do Japanese. And not this image. pic.twitter.com/pROvLyfSDk

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Word Lens is indeed the one I was thinking of. Thanks, @owlstrokebear.

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@sallyaskinner In fact it’s triggered a story idea about how Twitter’s forthcoming changes will work for various follower number types.

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@sallyaskinner “Show off”? Oh, I hope not. It’s not something I pursue or care about. Anyway, certainly not a boring conversation…

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Dear Lazy Twitter, what’s the name of that smartphone app that looks at text in a photo and translates it to another language visually?

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Sat plan, draft: Wrangle various dinosaurs; errand to Penrith; lunch (where?); ponder plans for the next few weeks, perhaps with wine.

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@sallyaskinner Ah yes, we have different follower / following numbers, so the scale of it all is different. A different experience.

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@sallyaskinner Is that good or bad? I generally don’t scroll back. The river has flowed on.

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I would like to thank my brain for insisting that I be awake at this hour, even though it’s the weekend, and even though it’s 4C outside.

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Saturday. Nothing is a safe as you think. There is hidden danger everywhere. Don’t touch that. Don’t step on the cracks. Saturday.

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