Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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April 15th, 2016

As mentioned previously, I won the meat raffle twice tonight. pic.twitter.com/j8JcwQHUel

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@DanielOCnr That’s a good idea, but I’ve decided to give the pork dinner to someone else.

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Louiseontwitr London Underground’s ‘mind the gap’ announcer Phil Sayer dies at 62 | via @TelegraphNews telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/04/1…

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So yeah, I now have a huge tray of rump steak, and another tray which is all the makings for a family pork roast dinner. Much win.

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iiTalW @stilgherrian can confirm

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dobes Can confirm @stilgherrian is the master of pork.

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I have heaps of meat.

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Oh. Two meat raffles won.

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Tony Ate… at Eight #47: Tony averts his eyes from the cake-greedy child to suppress his rage. (Photographer unknownpic.twitter.com/z1SBW7tp3M3M

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“Tony Ate… at Eight” is a tribute to Abbott’s love of things in his mouth, including cake. 0800 AEST, repeated 2000 AEST.

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PoliticsFairfax EXCLUSIVE: Fundraiser for Assistant Treasurer to be sponsored by NAB amid banking firestorm smh.com.au/federal-politi… pic.twitter.com/d63iLqVnvb

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@Taco_Lad @mpesce I know what a jammer does. :) Maybe a shotgun is easier than all this shit. Depending what the cargo is.

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@Taco_Lad @mpesce Sorry, I’ve spent most of the week with hackers and spooks and cops and such, so my brain is in that sort of mode.

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@Taco_Lad @mpesce Sure, but you want to kills its GPS reporting and any comms links before you bring it down, right?

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@Taco_Lad @mpesce I suspect the kind of people who steal mail aren’t too fussed about the legality of their kit.

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@mpesce There’s SO much to be sorted out before that kind of crap goes live. A business model, for a start. And how much are RF jammers?

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@MsDodgyDog That’s odd. I have no idea where they’re made, really, but I’ve seen them at every Thales stand I’ve seen in the last 12 months.

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Well this should make stealing the bail a whole lot easier. twitter.com/GizmodoAU/stat…

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Me at @zdnetaustralia: “Cybercriminals now target payroll, invoicing, and superannuation systems: AFP” zd.net/1SaVYxf

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Right. A quick errand, a haircut finally, and then TGIF.

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@JustJimWillDo Yeah, it was rather good. Three sisters are travelling with grandma. She’s been minding them for a week, and looks tired.

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OH, child: “I want my mummy. I want my mummy.”
Grandmother: “You want to see your mum, do you?”
Child: “No.”

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OH, young child on train to another: “I’m not going to laugh any more. I’m going to stop looking at your face.”

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Story filed for @zdnetaustralia, and I’m less than 20 minutes from Sydney Central station.

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I’m still writing, and I’m due in Sydney in a little over 90 minutes. I think I’ll make it.

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Departing Canberra. Turning off internets to conserve power while I’m writing. Back in due course. pic.twitter.com/Cwipb331UI

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Well I’d better do this immediately! pic.twitter.com/zc45OBXQTd

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@stephenwho They will in Australia, because they’re just bit stubs that slot into the pen tube. YMMV elsewhere.

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@BundyB You did. And I decided to not judge you at that time.

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Ça train pour moi. We depart at 1153 AEST. pic.twitter.com/TQ3ZtzLCVX

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The Australian Raven has one of the most languid and world-weary calls on the planet, and I just heard the slowest I’ve ever heard.

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OK, in a few minutes my taxi to the Canberra railway station will arrive. I’m out of this town before midday!

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KevinMKruse The UC system spent $175,000 trying to remove this picture from the internet, so please, please do NOT retweet this. pic.twitter.com/Jh22fVLnR9

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@mattt111 All of that, yes. I understand the ATO’s now listens during your phone call and gradually refines its voiceprint of you.

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Ah! For posterity, here’s what @KFCAustralia deleted. Thanks, @SydneyTom_. pic.twitter.com/ZY2U1ZFLZw

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I guess that if @KFCAustralia silently deleted their embarrassing work rather than stand by it, that makes them… wait for it… softcocks.

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Damn, I forgot to grab a screenshot of @KFCAustralia’s tacky sexist promo tweet before they deleted it.

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jendudley It’s safe to go back on the internet. KFC Australia deleted its not-safe-for-work chicken.

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justinschuh Does anyone else perceive this picture as a menacing robot threatening to smother you with a pillow? pic.twitter.com/Br7HgkJ43A

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BSidesAUstralia GSM interception detection with @drsmdg at pic.twitter.com/ZthAHtYfJk

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Didn’t CNN used to be not shit? twitter.com/mattbai/status…

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“We’re here to chat all things chicken”, says @KFCAustralia’s bio, so let’s get to it! What’s the best posture for choking the chicken?

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incorrect @stilgherrian @KFCAustralia What’s worse, choking on chicken, choking a chicken or choking the chicken?

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Actually, @KFCAustralia, which is slipperiest? Lube, baby oil, warm chicken fat, or your ad agency’s sinuses?

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j_hutch Deep in the bowels of a social media agency… “I’ve got an idea, let’s use porn stereotypes to sell chicken!”

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Well this is remarkably awful. “Look! Women are subservient to men’s base needs. Buy chicken.” Chicken fat =/= lube. twitter.com/KFCAustralia/s…

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Or, you know, the Mafia having cars just like the police do. Or maps. Or pencil sharpeners. Sigh. twitter.com/laparisa/statu…

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Yeah, this is glorious work from @TheRegister. Hats off! Pants off! twitter.com/Anthony_Caruan…

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Yeah, fair point. But the PM is not part of the APS, and neither are certain key PMO staffers. twitter.com/Asher_Wolf/sta…

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Sure. But any halfway-decent writer should be able to emulate the boss’ style. If they can’t, well… @BernardKeane twitter.com/CrankyDevGuy/s…

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m1k3y VACCINES CAN’T MELT STEEL BEAMS.

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The answer is “Yes”, and let me tweet this with the actual tag of hash. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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Agreed. Underlings writing bland-as-fuck on-message dross have sucked all life from @TurnbullMalcolm’s tweets. twitter.com/BernardKeane/s…

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@j_n_s This sounds an excellent plan, Sir! I’m near or in Sydney, usually. and @jturner_ibrs can usually be found.

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Well this seems to be an accurate summation of the state of affairs, yes. twitter.com/dooktwit/statu…

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I did not know there was a Space Apps competition. This one @SpaceAppsAdl is for Adelaide, but there’s many others. twitter.com/pastcompute/st…

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emptywheel It only took 11 months after being ordered for our top spy to qualify for a bottle of @csoghoian’s whiskey. twitter.com/ODNIgov/status…

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@Beaker @darrenpauli Well indeed. So secret they presented at a conference, i fact! Still, @TheRegister does tabloid headlines, God bless.

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I have not set fire to the lake, no. twitter.com/BundyB/status/…

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johnmoe My friend Tracy is in Japan and saw something and I’m just going to leave it here. pic.twitter.com/HT65aoS3VS

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TheKateringShow It’s officially official! Season 2 is now online and ready to binge on @abciview! Get on board, Australia*!!

iview.abc.net.au/programs/kater…

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Actually, @darrenpauli is covering @BSidesCBR today and tomorrow. I think he’s the only journalist there?

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There’ll be more to come today, I’m sure. @darrenpauli churns out fast stories. I write longer and slower. Gracefully. With style.

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Plus “Australian organisations suffer ransomware because they make basic mistakes”, by me. zdnet.com/article/austra…

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“Retirement funds breached as crims target brokers’ un-patched Windows machines”, by @darrenpauli theregister.co.uk/2016/04/13/sup…

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“Airbus boarded by 12 nation-state, crimeware ‘breaches’ every year”, by @darrenpauli theregister.co.uk/2016/04/13/air…

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“Bumbling execs leave tenders on hotel business centre PCs”, by @darrenpauli theregister.co.uk/2016/04/13/rui…

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“Hackers hacking hackers to knacker white hat cracker trackers”, by @darrenpauli theregister.co.uk/2016/04/14/the…

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“Aussie banks stage secret secret intel sharing meetings”, by @darrenpauli theregister.co.uk/2016/04/14/aus…

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“Australia should be the ‘Switzerland of data’, Cisco head hacker says”, by @darrenpauli theregister.co.uk/2016/04/14/aus…

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“From the boardroom to operations – moving from infosec governance to practice”, b@Anthony_Caruanancso.com.au/article/597953…vsc

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“Driftnetting – the new threat vector”, b@Anthony_Caruanancso.com.au/article/597956…isc

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“ANZ Bank turns to peers for infosec intelligence”, by @alliecoyne itnews.com.au/news/anz-bank-…

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“How Airbus defends against 12 big cyber attacks each year”, by @alliecoyne itnews.com.au/news/how-airbu…

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“Why the AFP wants you to know about ‘drift netting’ attacks”, by @alliecoyne itnews.com.au/news/why-the-a…

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I’m writing an @ACSCConference cybercrime feature for @zdnetaustralia later today. For now, let me link to other people’s stories.

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“U.S. government worse than all major industries on cyber security: report”, reports @Reuters reuters.com/article/us-usa…

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@PointZeroOne As I said yesterday, they’re good for making coffee and cocktails.

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Heading to Lonsdale St again to keep those hipsters gainfully employed.

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I didn’t have any of the whisky at the SEKRIT apartment. But I did see the gin bottle on the bedside table. Which explains a few things.

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@incorrect I’m pretty sure you can’t actually have sex at @SexpoAustralia, because rules.

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Fri plan: Reduce chaos, including pork; 1153 train to Sydney; write for @zdnetaustralia en route; haircut, finally; TGIF; tram; coollapse.

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@niallj16 Gotta love global defence conglomerates, right? (May not apply in all circumstances.)

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SexpoAustralia At Sydney we might just have the sexiest in the world at our show. It’s on display during the show! pic.twitter.com/Ey6sgzmME0

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@staticsan It’s bright orange on the inside, if that helps.

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@MsDodgyDog How odd. They flow like water are the conferences here. Maybe they’re an AU thing, since Thales makes smallarms here.

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@staticsan It’s plain black, even the Crumpler logo is stealthed back to black, and only the ACSC Conf logo is not black.

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@marcuskelson Well it’s not my fault. You’re the one with the vampire dog.

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AusDisclosure The Hon Tony Abbott has updated the interests register. aph.gov.au//%7E/media/03%…

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@marcuskelson Wow your dog is a vampire that’s way cool.

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@V3N44X Heh. Thales hand them out at any conference they’re at. Does Thales have much of a presence in CA? They’re pretty big in AU.

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I also have some Cisco mints that look almost exactly like my meds, so clearly nothing can go wrong there.

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Or one of the excellent Thales pens with rulers, spirit level, and hidden screwdrivers. pic.twitter.com/45nOMGX04J

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If anyone in Sydney needs a brand new Crumpler 15” laptop backpack (with ACSC Conf logo) do let me know.

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@developerjack I’m pretty sure that the govt types who follow me are well aware how time works. [Hi again, folks!]

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@developerjack There is that. Oh well, I posted at UTC+0945 or so. That’ll fuck’em up even further.

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@SnarkyPlatypus @kcarruthers It’s a fascinating field (generally, not just intel). Even amateurs do it these days. corruptednerds.com/pod/c00009/

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“Tony Ate… at Eight” is a tribute to Abbott’s love of things in his mouth, including cake. 0800 AEST, repeated 2000 AEST.

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Tony Ate… at Eight #47: Tony averts his eyes from the cake-greedy child to suppress his rage. (Photographer unknownpic.twitter.com/RGMqMzxGpapa

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Shit! I didn’t post a “Tony Ate… at Eight” yet today. Stand by.

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@SnarkyPlatypus @kcarruthers May I introduce you to the lesser-known AGO? defence.gov.au/ago/ Or the US GSA? nga.mil

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@SnarkyPlatypus @kcarruthers Yes, and it has been for decades. Ever since the LANDSAT program in the 1970s, perhaps longer.

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Oh, yes, series two of @TheKateringShow drops today!

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“NSW appoints data advisory board”, which for some reason includes @kcarruthers innovationaus.com/2016/04/NSW-ap…

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@CaseyDunham @thegrugq @tqbf @dfranke @crdavies I look forward to it. AU as “cyber education leader” in the region will be policy from Thu.

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I still don’t know what this means. twitter.com/j_n_s/status/7…

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“PM’s Cyber review due April 21” reports @Innov_Aus innovationaus.com/2016/04/PM-s-C…

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@CaseyDunham @thegrugq @tqbf @dfranke Or, for that matter, the stuff in AU’s soon-to-bereleased cyber strategy? itnews.com.au/news/revealed-…

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@SnarkyPlatypus All the cyber kids have much the same dry sense of humour. ASD, AFP, FBI, US DHS, USSS etc. They’re kinfolk (not like that).

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@SnarkyPlatypus On Wed, ASD referred to “that excellent cyber documentary Die Hard 4”, which concerned US Dept Homeland Security somewhat.

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@CaseyDunham @thegrugq @tqbf @dfranke I’m finding very little to agree with there, though it is changing. At some universities, anyway.

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@thegrugq @tqbf @dfranke And yet you can train a monkey. Or a horse. What does this tell us?

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joshgnosis Alan Jones will be discussing the issue of political correctness with Mark Latham on Tuesday night. Oh good.

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I now see that hexagons might be innovation in general, not just cyber. pic.twitter.com/tBU96eRS4o

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“It is time to stop using the word ‘innovation’: Telstra CTO”, writes @ashabeeeee zdnet.com/article/it-is-… Hear hear!

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Me at @zdnetaustralia Thursday: “Australian organisations suffer ransomware because they make basic mistakes” zdnet.com/article/austra…

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I am concerned that Pet Central seems to be in the Cybermall. twitter.com/NewtonMark/sta…

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Many thanks to the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) and all the speakers for a fine @ACSCConference these past two days.

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ozdj Passed by boy racer in a Kia Rio with a 3” exhaust, 180dB stereo & a sticker “Only God can judge me”.

Sorry, mate, I just judged you too.

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Fri plan, draft: Reduce chaos; write for @zdnetaustralia; 1153 train to Sydney, continue writing en route; haircut, finally; TGIF; tram.

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Friday. Are you sure you want to do that? You remember how it turned out last time, right? OK, if you must. Friday.

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