Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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September 24th, 2016

mrmarksteel I accept Corbyn won 30 seconds ago but since then he’s been a disaster, and that’s why we must challenge him to a leadership election now.

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@swardley @thegrugq What’s that in llamas + oranges + four-door sedans?

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@michaelneale I really don’t need intermediate audio files for podcast from last year, though.

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@michaelneale Yeah I have ~/Documents/$BusinessStream/$Client/$Project for stuff going back years.

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@snurb_dot_info There were also rumours than Microsoft was interested.

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@michaelneale I’ve been making media for a lot of time, both for myself and for clients. Mind you, this is my sole machine now.

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@michaelneale No, images and video are in the macOS defaults of Pictures and Movies, though audio is still in “Documents/Media Projects”.

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@manindotblack @jdub Possibly, I couldn’t say. :) But I live a very quiet life, really.

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@manindotblack @jdub Hmmm? No. That’s a fairly unusual scenario for me.

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@sjsmith_au I normally wait until the .1 release too, but for some reason I decided to jump in this time.

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@thegrugq_ebooks You should probably decide whether you’re a human or a robot. Which is better?

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Sierra note 2A: The 11 speech synth voices I use total around 3GB of data.

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jturner_ibrs OH: So when iPhones start blowing up in 5 years time, will Samsung say they’ve had that feature for years?

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I think he’s talking about sex. twitter.com/jdub/status/77…

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Sierra note 2: I use speech synth a lot. All of the voices have been updated with “pronunciation and clarity improvements”. Downloading now.

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Sierra note 1: I see that that Pages / Numbers / Keynote have real-time collaboration (in beta).

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@michaelneale I’ve had all my data in a directory tree under Documents for years. Maybe I could move them out, but WTF?

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@GeoRhi It started separately from Slate, but yeah now it’s part of their stable. And it’s very good. Start at the beginning, trust me.

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@GeoRhi I haven’t, but there’s some relevant episodes of @lexiconvalley.

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@screaminkid @redwombat101 Yeah not a lot of joined-up reasoning happening there…

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@GeoRhi (The sociolinguistics of ‘taboo words’ is one of my interests.)

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@GeoRhi Oh indeed, and one of @gusworldau or @alexkidman did a great analysis of the word’s many subtleties.

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Anyway, apparently the sportsball event is finishing dramatically, so I’ll just fuck off out of your way.

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I reckon they’re probably still cunts though.

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I may be wrong, of course. It’s possible that after 30 years of being cunts that Spotless Catering are no longer cunts. No prejudice here.

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Susan_Wilde MI5 being unusually blatant in targeting Corbyn today. pic.twitter.com/P72IN3XNrS

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@snipeyhead Psst. Ducking is a thing. “They were ducking down so they didn’t hit their heads on the low ceiling.”

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@GeoRhi Nah, there’s not many variables when you’re averaging over hundreds or thousands of people. And in my case it was one of two gone.

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@GeoRhi So yeah there’s an arsehole bar manager in Adelaide who owes me a keg of Coopers Sparking Ale.

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@GeoRhi “No way did you finish the free kegs in that time.”

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@GeoRhi Sadly I can’t remember the specifics, but it was explained to me by someone who reckoned I’d had a keg stolen from an event…

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Aussie rock? Up the bourbon supplies and BBQ. Something funkier? Coopers and the like.

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I had the “people x hours = kegs” formula explained to me by a publican. Tweak for weather and type of event..,

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@R_Chirgwin I can believe etc. Nanny state softcocks.

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@argumentalist Hmmm. Interesting theory. Need intel from the ground.

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@t_mu Not in this case. The stadium is 18 years old, and Spotless has been doing even catering for decades. Inexcusable.

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X people x Y hours = N kegs of beer. And if you do a lot of catering, you over-stock and use the leftovers at your next event.

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How the fuck do you not provide enough beer for a football match? It’s not like this is the first one ever.

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This is hilarious! Spotless Stadium is sponsored by Spotless, and one of their key business units is event and venu..twitter.com/i/web/status/7…6j

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benpobjie I only need to know two things: 1. Where are they? 2. Will they bite me? twitter.com/guardian/statu…

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@AussiemacJ Hah! I think I’m just a minor player in Australia’s long tradition of ratbags.

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benpobjie Brad and Angelina will both draw strength from this twitter.com/Mamamia/status…

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@AussiemacJ It’s all been sorted, tiger. You can stand down.

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“Lurking clown arrested in Kentucky woods near apartment block as US ‘creepy clown’ fears spread”..twitter.com/i/web/status/7…IY

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@jodiem I just looked at the second draft of ep 5, and what became Kaspion is still our original and very different concept for it. Fun.

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@jodiem When I heard Sigrid Thornton had been cast as Lara, I was SO looking forward to seeing her play her slimy evil.

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@jodiem BTW, I genuinely don’t know what happens with Kaspion, ‘cos there were still open plot questions at the last meeting I was at.

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@jodiem I do like how this episode shows Vertex to be further up the food chain than it might have appeared earlier.

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@jodiem Sorry. :) Alas that’s all we see of that cat.

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@munin @kcarruthers Hey, we’ve all got jobs forever, right?

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@jodiem … especially since Jan knew his habits.

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@jodiem Heh. That sequence was originally longer, but it made sense to collapse it into a straight email-to-work-address spearphish…

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@munin This is what @kcarruthers and I were just on about. This message has been hammered for years now, and nothing has changed.

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@jodiem Well indeed. Jan is such a balanced human being, right? And now he’s angry, and now he’s got Kaspion. ;)

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@scott_thewspot It’s OK, I’ve found a proper corkscrew.

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@jodiem Out of curiosity, have you watched this week’s episode of “The Code” yet?

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Ah yes, this is the column where I first used the word “refrigergeddon”. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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@boourns715 @tomosp @Herring1967 Indeed. And I go into a sulk every time there’s that gap between series.

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Meanwhile… “If you get a blow job off a Muppet, is it technically a hand job?” Thanks@tomosps@Herring19676youtube.com/watch?v=YhkW2l…wF

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Thanks, @munin @cafuego @semibogan @michaelneale, but I’ve found The Apparatus. (Good. I’m not in the mood for physics.)

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Goddammit I bought French wine the other day and now I have to find a corkscrew. ‘Cos the one I usually have was seized by airport security.

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@kcarruthers @deepquest @internetofshit The attack on @briankrebs was incremental, but that 1.5Tbps is a bigger shift, in my view.

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@deepquest @kcarruthers @internetofshit Um, wow. That’s one serious blast. This is all going to get so much worse so quickly.

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“Our hackers, who art in open source, deliver us from refrigerators” (Jan 2014) zdnet.com/article/our-ha… I detect a theme here.

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@purserj @kcarruthers @internetofshit Yep, though I could’ve sworn there was one longer ago.

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@kcarruthers @internetofshit It’s about 4 or 5 years since we had a botnet of Android phones, which was kinda cute.

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@kcarruthers @internetofshit There was a botnet running on surveillance cameras about two years ago now, from memory.

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Ah! Also my “Cybercrime 2016: Paper-boy refrigerator revenge” (Oct 2011) @kcarruthers @internetofshit cso.com.au/article/404801…

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Here we go, @kcarruthers @internetofshit. My “Black hats and whitegoods” (May 2011) zdnet.com/article/black-…

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@kcarruthers @internetofshit We’ve had IoT botnets for sometime now.

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@paulkidd I suspect I’ll use the Universal Clipboard quite a bit, and the picture-in-picture video. Nothing else really grabs me.

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Listening to the latest @lexiconvalley with @JohnHMcWhorter: “What Is a Dictionary, Really?” slate.com/articles/podca…

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semibogan Of course it does twitter.com/El_Grillo1/sta…

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@AbstractCode They’d have to be pretty shit at the computering.

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@AbstractCode It’s sunlight outside. Why would Linux “people” be awake?

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This looks like one gorgeous day for flying. twitter.com/NewtonMark/sta…

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I was told CrowdStrike was handing out “Fancy Bear” t-shirts, but my informant refused because he thought it’d give..twitter.com/i/web/status/7…p2

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I am downloading the thing that will allegedly make my MacBook Pro better in some ill-defined way. Three and a half hours, it’ll take.

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In which @jpwarren dissects the ABS submission to the Senate inquiry into the 2016 Census. Much detail. storify.com/jpwarren/abs-r…

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dreadpiratemick That’s a bargain. twitter.com/MagicRealismBo…

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TawarRazaghi What a shot pic.twitter.com/5IUqMGnOjZ

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Je suis arrivé dans les parties intérieures de la banlieue ouest de Sydney.

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Approaching Sydney Central station, where the#purpletrain terminates. pic.twitter.com/zYgr9HEyCA

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@cheshireb But it’s the middle of the afternoon!

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I still want some hot chips.

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@gpdawson He’s sort of moving around, so his friends can deal with him if he’s dead.

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@TrainLinkWest I am bitterly, bitterly disappointed. Nevertheless you are forgiven.

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Taking advantage of the Quiet Carriage. pic.twitter.com/YhI50asdxB

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I don’t think this plan is going to work.

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@TrainLinkWest Not a problem. Now if someone can bring in some hot chips when we stop at Penrith shortly that would be grand. I’m in 8102.

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DaveBurian Newest Pixies press pic looks like a stock photo in an ad for web-conference software pic.twitter.com/Zu106REoqG

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Honestly the can be so complicated sometimes.

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Also @TrainLinkWest someone on this train has hot chips and now I want hot chips can you please sort out the hot chip situation.

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@TrainLinkWest Well, you can hop around at a stop, but yeah it’s a tad annoying. (I made it OK, thanks for asking.) ;)

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@TrainLinkWest FYI, on run W550, both toilets in car 9134 are locked out, but you can’t get to car 9168 because its B-end door is locked.

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@jodiem Thanks, though @jpwarren is the one who’s gone far deeper into the mire today.

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And if you punch them hard enough the camera stays embedded there. twitter.com/JoshButler/sta…

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@iain_chalmers “Stenographic exhilaration” would be dirty weekend with the secretary, I assume?

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@thegrugq_ebooks @thegrugq @matthew_d_green I think it costs a lot more to buy the Irish. Even just one.

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Not the best lighting and composition, but it summarises the @bunjaree garden today. pic.twitter.com/1QXYrXz2Ne

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It really is a lovely Spring at @bunjaree right now, should you need to escape the city.

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Sat plan, update: Slow start; chores; pack (all done); 1236 train to Sydney; migrate to Lilyfield; 1500 remainder TBA, does it contain wine?

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@jpwarren They’re called “tapeworms”.

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@jpwarren God you lead an exciting life.

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Wow. A @MuckRock fellowship is offering funding for journalists to investigate Peter Thiel’s business dealings. wnyc.org/story/thiel-fo…

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Now here’s a thread worth reading in full, about Guccifer and those email attacks. HT @BlogsofWar twitter.com/apblake/status…

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Herring1967 The Queen can show off about being Queen all this time, but she’s been queen for one less year than Tony Danza has been Tony Danza

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BlogsofWar Something some of us recognized and discussed many months ago. The shift was dramatic - almost overnight. twitter.com/Malcolmite/sta…

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“Yahoo is sued for gross negligence over huge hacking”, reports @Reuters reuters.com/article/us-yah…

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@twawki @Info_Aus “Totalitarian”? Jesus Christ, get a grip.

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Sat plan: Slow start (almost done); chores (soon); pack; train to Sydney; migrate to Lilyfield; remainder TBA, but it may contain wine.

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Ah, it seems the F-35 is my kind of aircraft! twitter.com/warisboring/st…

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ABS never got back to me about how this happened. “ABS quietly drops Census data security claim”..twitter.com/i/web/status/7…wu

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adamgartrell Don’t miss your chance to work for @GChristensenMP pic.twitter.com/xbpKxN1EgL

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That said, the ABS response to reminds of of this Clarke & Dawe from (!) 1991. youtube.com/watch?v=3m5qxZ…

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I should stop tweeting about because ABS is already having a big sook muuum why are they picking on me it’s not my fault waaaah.

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I think @Cif_Australia could do worse than get @jpwarren to turn his current tweets into an op-ed.

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Whatever is happening here, it’s wrong. twitter.com/djorm/status/7…

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@ivovic That’s the the TVC that started the weekend AFTER Census Night, with its sudden emphasis on “safe”. Even if true, it felt suss.

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jpwarren Marriage is between a man, a woman, and a cow. twitter.com/bmillington/st…

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I suppose we could ask ABS management to fall on their swords, but could they count out the right number of swords?

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This too. ABS keeps blaming the media (and citizens) for asking questions they simply didn’t answer properly. twitter.com/jpwarren/statu…

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Indeed, as @dobes wrote on 14 Aug: “Census 2016: A case study in the confluence of failure” zdnet.com/article/census…

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Also, the @smh leader: “Don’t let the reassuring response to the census overshadow its lessons” smh.com.au/comment/smh-ed…

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“Blame all around as the Bureau of Statistics deflects criticism of Census 2016”, writes @1petermartin theage.com.au/federal-politi…

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yo_scriptkittie “I sexually identify as Stuxnet.”

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tqbf Oh, is THAT what history will record? pic.twitter.com/VU58fBNJvj

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@munin No apology needed. I’ve already done my Friday, of course, and have just finished my Saturday breakfast of scrambled eggs.

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@munin Well you’re preaching to the choir, Sir. The ABS seems to be in the process of destroying a decades-long reputation for competence.

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Humans do keep making errors, which is why you set up processes to detect, prevent, or mitigate such inevitable ‘human errors’. 2/2

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“ABS says release of names linked to 5,000 businesses was ‘human error’”, writes @FarrellPF theguardian.com/australia-news… 1/2

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GonzoHacker Software will save the world for dessert

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internetofshit HUMAN, DO NOT FORGET YOUR MANDATED LIQUID LEVELS pic.twitter.com/MHzhszgGkO

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@kcarruthers Particularly as it was Verizon who told Yahoo after they’d spotted some of the data on the black market.

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Ah, @Forbes@iblametom has updates his report on the Yahoo data breach with the FBI response. forbes.com/sites/thomasbr…

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I spoke about the Yahoo hack on ABC @RNDrive on Friday night. (5 min) abc.net.au/radionational/…

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@kcarruthers This is probably why share price only dropped 1.25 or 1.5%. Verizon offer of $4.8B, Yahoo once worth $128B.

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donattroppo Judith Sloan on economic cleansing
theaustralian.com.au/opinion/column… pic.twitter.com/rKEGkqEiWL

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This is what I call the dotcom cancer illusion. Unless some site or service is growing at malignant VC hype rates, people imagine it’s dead.

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I accidentally “most-fisted” there, mostly due to auto-mangle. In Yahoo’s case, that would appear to be true.

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Yes, Yahoo is 7th most-visited site in AU, 5th globally. Email, shopping, dating, branded news (e.g. Yahoo7 in AU)…twitter.com/i/web/status/7…M8EO

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Cybershit must be heavier than the cyberwebwater, or something. twitter.com/0xAli/status/7…

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DavidJBianco If your breach disclosure contains “nation-state actor”, please provide justification. It sounds like code for “it’s not our fault.”

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Clarke and Dawe: “In Which The Tail Can Be Observed Wagging the Dog” youtube.com/watch?v=3-PMwP…

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@jeamland I do know that the PM is genuinely angry about this one, and it sounds to me like he wants to seem some heads on spikes.

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@GordyPls @R_Chirgwin Yes, I’ve already had a look at Ms Streisand’s house, and it seems the carpet doesn’t match the drapes.

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@jeamland Well, we’ll see. There’s two inquiries. The Senate committee. And @macgibbon as PM’s special adviser on cybers.

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@GordyPls @R_Chirgwin Which of course means that the buzz around “They pulled the submission!” will Streisand the fuck out of it. Joy.

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@R_Chirgwin Well the Senate did. See the note at the top of page 61 (as page-numbered, 65 in the PDF), and the close a couple pages later.

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“The dog ate my Census.”

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@jeamland Indeed. Yet I have reliable (alas unattributal) testimony which paints ABS in a significantly less blame-free light.

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PersonaRedacted ABS response 6: Media ran negative stories that didn’t just parrot our official line. Media’s fault (again).

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PersonaRedacted ABS response 5: Our automated tweets kept telling people to go to the shutdown website & we couldn’t stop them. Twitter’s fault.

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PersonaRedacted ABS response 4: We got a DDOS attack so we asked IBM to cut off all web traffic. Evil hackers’ fault.

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PersonaRedacted ABS response 3: Privacy Foundation wouldn’t change their mind despite our begging. Privacy Foundation’s fault.

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PersonaRedacted ABS response 2: Media and social media wanted to talk about fines before we were ready. Media’s fault.

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PersonaRedacted ABS response 1: Our call centre was too popular and we couldn’t answer all your calls. Callers’ fault.

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There’s some write-ups of that ABS submission in the news, but the following six retweets sum it up. (Sadly they are not threaded.)

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ICYMI before it was pulled, here’s the full ABS submission to the Senate inquiry into drive.google.com/file/d/0B6fRXF… (PDF)

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Sat plan, draft: Slow start; household chores; pack; train to Sydney and migrate to Lilyfield; remainder TBA, but may contain wine, Or not.

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NateSilver538 CRUZ DOOMS A PRESIDENT
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ZODIAC ENDORSES TRUMP

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thegrugq_ebooks The more evidence emerges the more it appears the counterterrorism failures have changed since 1961 when this was also a good idea.

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Saturday. Sausages? Or eggs? Which is more Communist? Saturday.

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