Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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July 13th, 2015

If you spend long enough trying to understand computer system logs, your brain goes really quite odd.

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Me at @zdnetaustralia today: “Does Abbott have the cyber-patience Australia needs?” zdnet.com/article/does-a…

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Before NCIS developed the two-person keyboard for cyber-defence, co-workers shared a different input device. pic.twitter.com/jrdYtpVSZO

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@jeffsonstein If only it could be restored so professionally!

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@jeffsonstein I worry about my health too, but I’m sure that my computer is too fucked up to run a Flash 0day and a RAT.

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“Hacking Team Employee Threatens to Put a Hit on ACLU Technologist”, reports @eTeknix eteknix.com/hacking-team-e…

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@SnarkyPlatypus That’s unfair. The slums are where the Pakistani and Filipino guest workers on building sites are stored overnight.

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@SnarkyPlatypus No no, they have a wide* selection of attractive* apartment buildings for the style-conscious* Malaysian tech worker.

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That’d be one ripper of a “data storage news portal” to read. Cyberjaya is the way of the future, people!

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“We prefer if you can find some way of making your blogs relevant in some way to South Asia,” the write, so there’s that.

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“We are looking for bloggers for our portal,” writes a Cyberjaya-based media firm. 300-750 words on data storage. Pay is MYR 100 / USD 30.

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It’s OK, the internet will make everything better again.

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With any luck, this tram will soon traverse some sort of wormhole into a parallel dimension. Or at the very least, Annandale.

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It’s its own temporary autonomous zone.

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The Opal-checking policy on this particular tram is a micro-instantiation of mai pen rai krub culture.

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Clearly the Twitter client on this phone is missing a few things from its hashtag mute list.

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@Steve_Lockstep Yes. After watching I changed my mind about whether I wanted to drown myself.

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@SMinney @DavidParis @Steph_Philbrick @erinrileyau Better examples than me are around some of those crowdfunded journalism platforms.

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@OaaSvc I did cross-check but was reasonably confident of the outcome.

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The SEKRIT meeting has ended.

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Arriving at the SEKRIT location

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The tram crew chap has indicated that the cattle prod is insufficient and would like to go straight to the taser.

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This tram chap needs a cattle prod to deal with these arsehats

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@johnthelutheran Indeed, they were never as successful as the Tax Slug.

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Mobile. En route to a SEKRIT meeting with @leslienassar in a SEKRIT location.

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I must say, I’m impressed with how this computer is thinking up such new and creative ways to screw things up. That takes real talent.

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Well that’s all been far less productive than it should’ve been.

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courteneyh something something put a ring on it, tho RT @mallelis: the day i learned i will fucking click on anything pic.twitter.com/VZBo9b6tDh

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@jvdouglas @alexkidman BUT I’VE ONLY JUST MANAGED TO WORK UP A GOOD SALIVA FLOW.

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@brentspargo Ah yes. There’s always a New Thing coming soon, eh? I’ve given up worrying about that, especially as I have no choice.

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@alexkidman Hey! I imagined you licking the phone, so you can imagine me paying for the pleasure.

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I imagine that @alexkidman licks them off. I imagine that quite a lot. twitter.com/alexkidman/sta…

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@brentspargo Oh thank you, that’s most generous. I’ll ping you when the campaign goes live.

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@brentspargo Oh, I haven’t even launched this latest campaign yet, because of delays with other things. It’s coming in a few days.

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Me at @zdnetaustralia: “Does Abbott have the cyber-patience Australia needs?’ zdnet.com/article/does-a…

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I always knew spreadsheets were malware.

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“tccd[287]: Unable to verify code signing identity of com.apple.iWork.Numbers: code failed to satisfy specified code requirement(s)” Ha!

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Still, I’ve managed to confirm what I already knew: that my computer is fucked.

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No really, I could do this all day.

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Well personally I’m pleased* that I decided to investigate that error message and spend nearly three hours chasing technical problems.

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@jturner_ibrs It’s to give the less-experienced hackers a fair chance.

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@OaaSvc Last time I consider that, there was an important site (I forget what) that needed Flash. I wonder whether that’s still the case.

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Flash Player installations are one of life’s true joys. I wish we could have one EVERY day.

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Cybering all the words.

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Me at @zdnetaustralia: “Does Abbott have the cyber-patience Australia needs?’ zdnet.com/article/does-a…

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@buckleup Ah yes. I normally run outside the main commuter zone, either earlier or later, when such travesties are less likely.

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Mon plan, draft: Set up @Pozible for The 9pm Urgent Hardware Refresh stilgherrian.com/edict/00045b/; haircut; SEKRIT meeting with @leslienassar.

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@buckleup Please treat your with the respect it deserves.

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New blog post: “Weekly Wrap 266: The chasm of change yawns wide” stilgherrian.com/weekly-wrap/26… pic.twitter.com/bZZHBDMlG2

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New blog post: “Talking digital detox on ABC @891adelaide, again”, 10 mins audio from Thursday. stilgherrian.com/conversations/…

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Monday. The gods advise obtaining clean underpants at the earliest opportunity. Monday.

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