Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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January 25th, 2017

Right. Having donned my Australia Day avatar and sunk a few* drinks, I’m going to slope off and see you on the day itself.

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Me at @zdnetaustralia earlier: Australia’s new critical cyberdefender needs action rather than announcements” zdnet.com/article/austra…

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@misskylie77 I think so, yes. Even though this remains my all-time most retweeted tweet. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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faramir_73 Entering @Scarfolk at last. Not a recommended holiday destination pic.twitter.com/XTQK5oWmWM

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simonroses Security defense at many organizations :) pic.twitter.com/NvdbF5v4MP

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TheKouk Tomorrow marks Malcolm Turnbull’s 500 days as PM. Just saying.

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Let’s just ponder the complexities of this tweet for a moment..twitter.com/21writingwrigh…5z

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PamAyres On meeting Mr. President,
Poor Mrs. May must quake,
Which part of her anatomy
Will he decide to shake?

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AshleyLeahy Hey @RitaPanahi, I hear you wish to represent Frankston for the Libs? With these tweets your campaign is already ov..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…m8

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Scientists don’t do “miracles”. They do science. twitter.com/latikambourke/…

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natecochrane Obviously money well spent. twitter.com/9NewsAUS/statu…

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Wouldn’t it be easier to just catch a plane? twitter.com/Rainmaker1973/…

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@swagitda_ @munin Exactly. Maybe I should throw out the challenge to some local art schools.

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@munin @swagitda_ But you must admit, mil PowerPoint is an art form unto itself.

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@SenatorLudlam The entire world is a trash fire. Why should your mentions be any different? Glad you’re making it through.

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MarkDiStef I’m sensing a trend. pic.twitter.com/G2VnJ7iIuW

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swagitda_ Sometimes looking at .mil PPTs I wonder if it’s a competition for who can create the best “graphic design is my pas..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Gb

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@ResignInShame This plan has already been executed, and I’m now heading home with my shopping and a mild sense of regret.

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Glinner Ewan McGregor: “I don’t want to appear on your show.”

Piers Morgan: pic.twitter.com/94fZlImLmD

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Very stiff. Very drink. Very several.

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@shannon_wells @philipdalidakis @PMOnAir @David_Speers @frangopoulos More to the point, want their views to be heard by as many as possible.

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Wear it as a badge of honour, Mr Dalidakis. Let them cluck on in their own little chook shed. twitter.com/philipdalidaki…

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@timpoliti Nowhere near that level. My favourite, though, is my coining of “dawdlesprawl” in relation to slow-moving pedestrians.

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@timpoliti Not yet. I’ve seen that it exists, but know only that fact. It’s on my list as I ramp up into 2017.

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@gcluley While I’m fascinated, I’ve kinda give up trying to understand anything mentioning Russia and cybers and espionage.

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@timpoliti I’m happy enough to have made my small contribution to the richness of the English language.

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@gcluley Could well be that. Kaspersky runs a pretty clean ship, or at least that’s my understanding. Wait and see I guess.

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@gcluley This is interesting stuff. What do you make of it, if anything at this early stage?

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@timpoliti Oh dear I just found “Ancient vulnerabilities are geddon in the way of security” (Jul 2014) zdnet.com/article/ancien… Blame @dobes.

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@timpoliti For added fun, Google the word “refrigergeddon”. I’ve been writing about this for a while.

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@chris_bloke @purserj @R_Chirgwin @SnarkyPlatypus That’ll happen anyway. Trump’s style is to sound tough. China can see through that shit.

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@chris_bloke @purserj @R_Chirgwin @SnarkyPlatypus Won’t happen. Trump has plenty “business connections” in China. I’ll find a link later.

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@jpwarren @NicholasFryer I have a specific recipe for WordPress and a @letsencrypt in-browser front end for people without shell access.

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@steampowerednet Oh. Was it? I’ll have to check. I know it was Korean though.

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@steampowerednet From (poor) memory it was later than that. But it was another Samsung product. It sold a total of two units in Australia.

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techAU Turns out batteries are hard. twitter.com/CNET/status/82…

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@SnarkyPlatypus This is why I’m very interested in speaking with a bunch of APAC critical infrastructure people in a few weeks.

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Just arrived, with subject line “The Family Hub™ fridge is the new hub of the home” samsung.com/au/edm/family-… pic.twitter.com/A0FVnpT8x5

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@SnarkyPlatypus And yes, Vlad pushes the boundaries and US response it little more than talk. He knows they’re overstretched.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Ukraine’s power grid engineers only got it back up quickly because they still knew the manual procedures.

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@SnarkyPlatypus OT (infrastructure) hacks are the Big Thing in 2017. Watch this space.

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Even more efficient with waterboarding. twitter.com/TechRepublic/s…

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@SnarkyPlatypus There’s a LOT of detail emerging about OT hacks. For example, Russia vs Ukraine. wired.com/2016/03/inside…

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@VS_ Indeed. The thing comes out of supply chain and foreign investment concerns, so with all the players in that field it’ll bog down fast.

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@SnarkyPlatypus I’ll give you my commentary on that issue once I’m back from APRICOT in early March.

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twiddlekins @CanberraGeoWatc @stilgherrian It’s outrageous, look at this weather modification right in front of us!! twitter.com/BOM_Vic/status…

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@VS_ And the human networks have to be in place. I’m glad physical and cyber will be integrate, but it’s a coordination mess to solve.

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@VS_ Also, with Soapy and SloMo in charge. It’ll be a winner.

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@VS_ On deadline, I wasn’t feeling comfortable enough with my knowledge of TISN to say just that. But yeah.

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@missayme @jon_lawrence @doctorow I never read the comments. Not even on my own stories. If any are important I’m sure editors will tell me.

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Well, @AlanTudgeMP, what an excellent* “human services” operation you run. Servicing seniors like a bull “services”..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…YF

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AARNet Fibre break fix: this is what the office looks like for some of the AARNet team : pic.twitter.com/dbhNIioDMZ

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davidfrum “I quit.” twitter.com/lebassett/stat…

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Um…

(IR is Incident Response, the folk who clean up the mess after a hack.twitter.com/wvualphasoldie…xm

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@ApostrophePong All I have to do is turn it into revenue!

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@ApostrophePong Yep. Then a week after I’m back from HCMC, I’m in Canberra for the Aust Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) conference.

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@ApostrophePong Operational tech (OT) is industrial control systems. Power grids, ports, railways etc. Critical infrastructure protection.

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@ApostrophePong I’m covering the Asia Pacific Regional Internet Conference on Operational Technologies (APRICOT) 2017.apricot.net/about/

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Here’s a thing I wrote about @beist’s Smart TV hacks in 2013: “Smart TVs are dumb, and so are we” zdnet.com/smart-tvs-are-…

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Lovely profile of @beist (SeungJin Lee, one of Korea’s smartest hackers). blogs.securiteam.com/index.php/arch… pic.twitter.com/yYqV9aGhRW

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@ApostrophePong That’s why I’m thinking something like SFO-LAX-SIN-SGN or whatever and then sloth in HCMC for a couple days. Or via BKK.

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@Triplejay58 I am not surprised. Rural QLD police had a free rein in those days.

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@kcollasarundell This sounds like it was the same crew. Chilling stuff.

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@ApostrophePong Oh that too. I’m thinking it seems silly for me to fly SFO-LAX-SYD for just three days in Sydney before going SYD-SIN-SGN.

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@ApostrophePong 12-19 Feb in SFO, back in SYD 21 Feb. If I had the cash I’d extend the stay, head your way, then go directly to SGN 25 Feb.

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@ApostrophePong Not much, no. The same old debates continue, as you’ve probably seen. BTW what date are you back in DC?

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The rest of @ApostrophePong’s Australia Day pics are at outtospace.com/2008/01/28/wha… but you’ll need Flash to view this old gallery.

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What I love* about that photo is the women all seemingly expressing approval, shall we say, of the raucous male. @ApostrophePong

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Ah, happy days…

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fairtirade @NewtonMark @stilgherrian this map is pretty useful too australianstogether.org.au/map

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NewtonMark ABC’s @SarahDingleABC won an @amnestyOz Media Award in 2016 for documenting WA Govt’s ongoing failure over slavery. amnesty.org.au/media-awards-2…

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NewtonMark You should also listen to this award-winning @BackgroundBrief about aboriginal slavery in WA. abc.net.au/radionational/…

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The interview was done 30 years ago, and the ex-cop was in his 80s then, so the events must’ve been in the 1920s or 1930s?

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Bowden slowly drew out the guy’s stories of how they’d tool up and head out to gun down the blackfellas. This is the local cops. (2/2)

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One of the most powerful interviews I ever heard was the ABC’s Tim Bowden interviewing an old ex-cop from Alice Springs… (1/2)

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NewtonMark “The following list tallies a few of the better documented massacres of Aboriginal Australians…en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_m…aay

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Imagine someone so stupid that they think acknowledging the past somehow “tears apart” culture. Poor fragile little..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…LO

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@esseeeayeenn Preachin’ to the choir here, mate.

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@munin Only legs. well, their legs bear them.

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ericgeller It’s happening: The White House has ordered the EPA to delete its climate change page. reuters.com/article/us-usa… pic.twitter.com/LfsKUsOdMn

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@esseeeayeenn Oh yes, I’d forgotten about that. But either way the boost to US GDP or AU GDP is tiny.

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@NewtonMark @MikePresland @GuardianAus @heldavidson Agreed. NSW Police will have decent intel on those networks now. They know who they are.

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Hey journalists and researchers! Check this. HT @garthk twitter.com/vmbrasseur/sta…

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@dobes Yeah the cupboard is pretty bare.

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NewtonMark Australia definitely isn’t having its agenda and public discourse set by racist shitcunts, though. Nope, not ever. twitter.com/GuardianAus/st…

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Is there any reason that Turnbull is supporting the TPP, which doesn’t do much except support US big copyright, after a visit from Murdoch?

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Me at @zdnetaustralia: “Australia’s new critical cyberdefender needs action rather than announcements” zd.net/2jPQm2o

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@ashabeeeee @dobes Oh, I didn’t count them and now I’m mobile. It has some new cyberwords though.

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@Rashas_Mo @rpy It a cropped-too-right picture of an apple peeler / corer.

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dobes HAHAHAHAHHAAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…C7

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Star_Bard How people see the Alt-Right vs. What it really is pic.twitter.com/G99Bd66IPJ

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rpy have to say this international trade data is a real eye opener about our economy pic.twitter.com/y2IPTu8hDL

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CraigSilverman Turn out that anonymous pro-Trump “fact checking” website is actually run by an American in Russia: buzzfeed.com/craigsilverman…

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thegrugq_ebooks haven’t been paying attention to detail & going the extra mile

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Now, back to my struggled with printing, paying, and visa-applying. And then after that, a stiff drink.

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Column filed for @zdnetaustralia. It is on deadline and full of cybers, so @dobes should be happy.

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OK I’d better get writing or @dobes will kill me a bit.

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@MarkDiStef Cool. I’m on deadline for something else now, so I probably won’t get any further facts today.

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@MarkDiStef If I get this payment sorted today, I can get an interview appointment as early as Mon 30 Jan, it’s telling me at the moment.

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@MarkDiStef I assume it’s that nobody is applying. I’ll ask the consular official when I’m in there. Unless you want to give them a call?

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Normally there’s a 2 or 3 week waiting time to get a visa interview at the US Consulate in Sydney. Currently it’s 2 to 3 days.

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I won’t tweet any more of this visa application saga today. I’m too demoralised as it is. But I will mention one interesting piece of data.

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20committee I wonder if geniuses in DC realize that the global system they want to destroy — UN, WTO, et al — was built by the USG to benefit the USA.

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nadabakos Mr. President, I was a CIA officer. Three of those stars honor my friends. Instead of honoring their sacrifice, you..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…BL

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@juhasaarinen @JustJimWillDo That’s only for certain categories. Journalisms don’t fall into those categories.

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@scott_thewspot There is an app, if you count a web for as an app. And it’s frightful.

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@JustJimWillDo I don’t think it’s so much a matter of Australia being on the naughty list as… never mind.

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jimsciutto On CNN right now: “We could not find any non-citizens who cast a vote” -author of study @PressSec cited as evidence of voter fraud today

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@DavidFeng They ask you to declare it. I believe US has live lookup of AU details like that.

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@scott_thewspot @auspost I’m sure I could just PDF it, but it used JavaScript to download your info and… pic.twitter.com/5DYTGnjZbH

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@DavidFeng Heh. Four pages is still nothing compared with the US.

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More excellence* from the US visa online application. Print a deposit slip to pay at @auspost, but…twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Jn1f

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motherboard National parks are tweeting out climate science stats after Trump’s gag of the EPA bit.ly/2kpT7La pic.twitter.com/rIs9Z5xLIw

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I never understood how this guy can feed a family on $200 a week. twitter.com/SteveMolk/stat…

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@liquidparanoia No it never had a ramp, so at least we’re not worse off.

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So @JohnBirmingham is giving us free Stalin and some cheap stuff for the Australia Day period. eepurl.com/cyYO0f He is a nice man.

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daveweigel Nice “right of the people peaceably to assemble” you’ve got there. Would be a shame if something happened to it. twitter.com/NAACPmpls/stat…

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DiddlyDonger really makes you think… 🤔 pic.twitter.com/E3QazWcFuW

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@SnarkyPlatypus It’s excellent work, because of course an entire rewiring has no* lead time at all.

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mightybattlecat The year is 2017. America is a tire fire. The resistance is led by Teen Vogue, Badlands National Park, and the Merriam-Webster dictionary.

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They always do. It’s called the ecliptic. twitter.com/WorldAndScienc…

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@zzap Oh thanks for that, because I’m not sure if I can sort the rest of my paperwork before my US trip.

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@fowl2 Oh the Vietnam embassy website has similar warnings.

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No one checked that the station’s electrics were up to it. So now they’re waiting for electricians to rewire the entire station. (2/2)

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I’ve just been told the elevators at Wentworth Falls station were finished and tested in November, but… (1/2)

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@DavidFeng I’m pleased to hear this. I’ll try to follow you as you’re zooming around.

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@kcollasarundell So I understand, though I’ve been told to allow some extra time ‘cos we’re in the middle of Tet.

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@DDsD Yeah I seem to remember something about a war?

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@hughstephens @dobes Yeah he suppressed a chuckle and shook his head with a sarcastic “Yeah welcome to America, sir.”

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Meanwhile, here’s Vietnam’s visa application form in its entirety. pic.twitter.com/u9gATalmfo

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@hughstephens @dobes I’ve only ever had it questioned once. “Why do you have a B1/B2 visa?” “Because your consulate official told me to.”

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@hughstephens @dobes The consular official says she does this all the time, ‘cos the law is out of date and this is the offical workaround.

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@dobes @hughstephens This is where I’m envious of @ApostrophePong who now travels to the US on a diplomatic visa.

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@BundyB Yeah that would have to go in.

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@dobes @hughstephens That said, I show it, mention the conference, a quick fingerprint, and a “Welcome back to America, sir.” So the same.

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@dobes @hughstephens I’m not eligible for a class I visa, because not on a specific contract, so we do this under s..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…bG

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@hughstephens ESTA is not available to journalists working as journalists.

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@dobes @TrishHepworth The photo is entered into a form on a completely different domain, but it’s automatically* cross-linked.

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@scottamcintyre It was not. There are no defaults for any of it.

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@dobes @TrishHepworth I ran into problems with my photo, so I may have mouse-slipped on something in their award-winning UI.

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Some are clearly the result of some very specific politics. pic.twitter.com/UupEYMZxRZ

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@TrishHepworth @dobes I like how that even if you save the application to come back later, it doesn’t save everything.

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And of course this whole sequence of questions. It goes for pages. pic.twitter.com/mOVp4mRJFJ

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@rgmerk Heh. It’s tempting. You academics have got it easy. Anyway, I’m applying for the same visa so they have me on file.

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@dobes I’ve got half a dozen pub / club memberships, most of which actually say “social” on them. I might do a summary line to discuss.

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@dobes But I “contributed to”.

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@dobes I have $20 to Legacy and to the Red Cross last year. Shall I put them in?

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@dobes Exactly. I think it’s more about finding something that you tried to cover up, so they can instantly bounce you for that.

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And you thought Centrelink wanted to dig back into the past… pic.twitter.com/umhYLrgIhk

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Filling out a US Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application (DS-160) is one of the most soul-destroying UX nightmares on the planet.

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Oh great. Now we’re being trolled by a 1970s spacecraft from outside the solar system. twitter.com/NSFVoyager2/st…

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“Mein Fuhrer, I can walk!” Well, more or less. At least without it hurting quite as much.

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Wed plan, draft: Urgent administrivia; errands, Katoomba; write for @zdnetaustralia; shopping; remainder TBA. I think.

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Wednesday. Mostly bricks, but also a few planks of wood. Wednesday.

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