Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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July 3rd, 2015

The tram is a popular mode of transport.

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@clairerpullen My location is always kept up to date. I’m in Sydney.

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@clairerpullen This should be easy to work out from context.

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@OaaSvc I couldn’t be arsed with darkroom stuff, though I had a summer job as a printer’s hand once. Learned to make offset plates.

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@OaaSvc I did photography and was production editor of a weekly magazine.

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@ashabeeeee Lucky you. My seems to have abandoned the quiet carriages

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@OaaSvc Oh I’d make a test strip first. I used to go deep into print technology back in the late 1980s early 1990s.

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@OaaSvc As for the printer, that stuff is easy to find. It’s a matter of choosing acid-free art paper etc.

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@OaaSvc An art dealer would know these things. Or a collector and I happen to know one.

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@OaaSvc It’d be huge. I’m thinking of limited edition of prints, but I have no idea how many that should be.

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@EnsignR @OaaSvc It might work better as poetry. Each double spread with one image and one stanza.

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@OaaSvc I’m thinking of assembling all of the image squares into one vast artwork.

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@bastardsheep I am not denying the pleasures of bubble wrap, merely putting them into perspective.

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@wolfcat Well that’s pretty fucked all round, really.

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If your joyful existence depended on bubble wrap being poppable then it was all pretty damn tenuous to begin with.

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SarcasticRover I’m all alone on Mars with nothing to do but stare at rocks.

What’s your excuse for being on Twitter?

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@SnarkyPlatypus It’ll be like last night, measured temperature dropping below zero, apparent at about -5C to -7C or worse.

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Having looked at the weather forecast, I think I might head down to Sydney this afternoon rather than tomorrow. Rearranging my timetable.

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“Mass killings may be contagious: study”, reports @abcnews. I probably shouldn’t have been told this. ab.co/1Kwhj4U

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@timpoliti I haven’t completed setting it up yet. It’ll probably launch Tuesday. I should’ve updated the blog post.

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@timpoliti Ah, I had not previously been aware of this feat of engineering.

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Walking into the village, which is a significantly colder experience than the bright sunshine would suggest.

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Fri plan, draft: Tidy; errands to Leura & Katoomba inc lunch; review SEKRIT TV scripts; @5at5daily; ponder Pozible stretch goals; collapse.

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@SnarkyPlatypus I’ve ended up getting a good feel for how the sunlight levels / load / system responds.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Lead-acid cells last 7 - 10 years, and these are more than 10 years old. Newer tech needs less maintenance, lasts longer.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Long story short, the battery is no longer wasting energy on two large lead resistors, holds a charge, delivers rated load.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Two of the 2V lead-acid cells, 24 of which make up the 48V battery, were dead. They were replaced last weekend.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Actually not quite true. I’ve been burning LPG to stay warm, but the sun-store has been ample this week.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Actually, last weekend’s battery repairs have meant that we haven’t needed the dinosaurs at all. A remarkable improvement.

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And in today’s unhelpful weather news… pic.twitter.com/PMXVX1328F

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Friday. For a brief moment, you imagine that you can see the light at the end of the tunnel. You are an idiot. Friday.

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