Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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May 3rd, 2017

@jxeeno I should’ve looked! Well if it’s @erkpod’s theory of single track working, we may see a train on the “wrong” track.

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@wolfcat Yeah I should plug that some more.

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Oh FFS it’s nearly midnight.

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I think I’ll add a Bin Chicken News segment to The 9pm Edict podcast. Now to organise the sound of a bin chicken.

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YesYoureRacist Not surprised @stillgray deleted this, but good lord what a baby pic.twitter.com/5H4TS7febl

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Me: “How are you tonight?”
Taxi driver: “Fuckin’ miserable.”
Me: “Well good.”

Taxi drivers, know your place.

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@erkpod The other thought I had was electrical works, and the freight is diesel?

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This appears to be the consensus of sources that I’m seeing, human and web. twitter.com/erkpod/status/…

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Know your place, humans! Oh no, no comfortable train for you tonight! But The Coal Must Flow.

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And just as the few locals are dumped from the bus, a 45-car coal train runs down the hill to Sunday. Priorities, eh?

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The Buses Replace Trains Bus is running precisely to time. Well, the Great Western Highway is almost deserted at this hour.

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@Gwyntaglaw @CathieTranent The first seems to match some sources and makes sense. I’ll check a map later up, ‘cos t..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Bq

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I also still think that hed should’ve been “expecting, hoping, wishing “. Bugger your grammar, feel the rhythm! Sulk.

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Hywood’s look when I asked him if the strategy was just fingers crossed and wishful thinking, I thought he was going to deck me.

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Me in June 2011: “Hywood on Fairfax …expectation, hoping, wishing …” So how did this play out? crikey.com.au/2011/06/08/hyw…

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20committee Because that’s normal.

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Dear Blue Mountains and Related Internet, the web is useless. Please answer my Important Question. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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@CathieTranent I shall. But I’m having trouble finding a clear definition of lower, middle, and upper Blue Mountains. Sulking.

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@kcarruthers It’s not my birthday until next week. Please make this stupid quokka go away.

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@CathieTranent I’ve been lucky. An empty seat next to me, and we’re shedding passengers fast as we work through the lower Blue Mountains.

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Fierce, but to the point. Still, Fairfax has been making daft decisions since the early 1990s, if not long before…twitter.com/i/web/status/8…mq

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Crossing the Nepean, again. The flash flared in the window glass rather than highlighting the..instagram.com/p/BToVGZRAea_/q9

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@CathieTranent Oh yeah, the entire Western Line was shut down one night recently because of a suicide.

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This is not a , and I’ll be on it for the next hour. Not a smooth train, but a bumpy bus. Bah. pic.twitter.com/cxG7YLX3KT

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@Lili_Mush This is kinda why I was surprised those @MacqDictionary glosses 4 and 5 were new to you. That’s a bunch..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…K0

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@Lili_Mush Interesting that @MacqDictionary flags 2 and 3 as obsolete (in modern Australian English) while 4 and 5 are still colloquial.

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@Lili_Mush @MacqDictionary So @MacqDictionary, is there an easy way to find your source citations for those usages..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Ae

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@Lili_Mush Different worlds, different circles etc. Sociolinguistics was my real fascination, and that’s exactly about these variations.

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@Lili_Mush Curioiusly, @MacqDictionary captures in Australian English the sense I meant, so they’ve found mainstrea..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…lT

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@Lili_Mush My curiosity is leading me down a rabbit-hole here. Don’t mind me.

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@Lili_Mush While we’ve been talking, I found this in the OED. “Slut” as woman of etc dates back to 1402, but there..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Uc

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@Lili_Mush I was at school earlier than that, by a long margin, but yes the slightest thing was “slut”. :/

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@Lili_Mush Do you tech English at school level or tertiary?

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@Lili_Mush Heh. I’ve heard that definition too, and that really does point out the judgemental basis of its use.

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@Lili_Mush No doubt there. More finely attuned etc. Now I’m wondering how well know “attention slut/whore” is. Some..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…us

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@Lili_Mush Personally, I think that focusing on the original or older meanings is… not “wrong”… but missing the etwitter.com/i/web/status/8…bCjmQv

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@Lili_Mush I understand your point here too. Again, not to discount your own reaction, I disagree. Language changes..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…bC

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@Lili_Mush … but the glosses I’m finding now for “attention slut” are all referring to “a person [who attempts] totwitter.com/i/web/status/8…8oay

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@Lili_Mush … and not to discount your personal reaction (to think my aim was to upset you is a horrible and wrong assumption)…

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@Lili_Mush Yeah, but they’re not capturing the usage “attention slut”, a common enough noun phrase. “What In can Go..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Fq

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@Lili_Mush By “not gendered” i mean that “slut” is used for both males and females, and in the phrase “attention sl..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…O9

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@Lili_Mush Language does matter (I did linguistics, amongst other things) but in my cohort “slut” is not a gendered term.

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“Australian Twitter is more diverse than you think” by @snurb_dot_info theconversation.com/australian-twi… Retweeting this ‘cos..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Xh

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Me at @zdnetaustralia earlier: “Cyber cooperation leads to cybersecurity, so why won’t Australia cyber do it?” zdnet.com/article/cyber-…

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Gang-Gang Cockatoos are inquisitive attention sluts, and it’s more that he sucked you into taking photos. Great pho..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Vk

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@SnarkyPlatypus Then he is more sensible than me, although I really enjoyed dinner.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Good, because that would be a terrible start to things. Also if you liked this person then you real..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…pz

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@HappyHexham I did. And also my gloves with touchscreen-compatible fingers.

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@SnarkyPlatypus (a) I’m catching the 2118. (b) He’d better not be the cunt who just plopped into the quiet carriage..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…yA

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Actually in theory it only takes ten minutes longer, but a bumpy bus ride us not like being sprawled out in a mostl..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Kb

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THESE ARE MY FAVOURITE WORDS IN THE WHOLE UNIVERSE OH WAIT NO THEY ARE NOT. pic.twitter.com/7RWXSXfGDk

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wintnation In the last days leading up to the dangers of unsecured furniture.

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@snurb_dot_info @ConversationEDU But, you can see why I get blown away by the kinds of things that are possible tod..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Xt

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@snurb_dot_info @ConversationEDU I doubt it, though 8-inch floppy discs are still used in the Minuteman missile sil..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…js

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johnmcternan Translation: if you want Labor policies, vote in a Labor government twitter.com/turnbullmalcol…

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@snurb_dot_info @ConversationEDU Or, if you prefer, more than 62 million standard 2000-card boxes of punch cards. 8..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…nZ

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@snurb_dot_info @ConversationEDU IBM’s Double Sided Single Density (DSSD) 8-inch floppy held 500kB. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_o…

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@snurb_dot_info @ConversationEDU I’m old enough to have worked on a CDC 6400 mainframe with 128k x 60-bit words, an..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Fs

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@snurb_dot_info @ConversationEDU How much processing time is involved in this sort of thing? Seems like a very RAM-..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…fj

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@snurb_dot_info @ConversationEDU I haven’t even looked at the kind of maths involved here for, oh, 30 years. The complexity boggles me.

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@snurb_dot_info @ConversationEDU That’s a great new kind of necromancy right there!

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@snurb_dot_info @ConversationEDU It’d be interesting to analyse that further, Have the types just died? Moved..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…ok

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@snurb_dot_info @ConversationEDU So @snurb_dot_info, are the numbers here the ones in the sample, or projected to t..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…se

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@snurb_dot_info @ConversationEDU Indeed. It’s interesting to see the data reinforce what for many of is was a gut feeling.

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@oberonsghost I am not, but I know you have the details.

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archillect pic.twitter.com/oZL3Aiso5G

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@snurb_dot_info @ConversationEDU Congratulations, @snurb_dot_info, for grouping “self-declared social media gurus,..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…qw

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wintnation A gun is not a religion

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@snurb_dot_info @ConversationEDU See the “hard right” in its own little bubble with almost no connections to the re..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…gg

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snurb_dot_info .@ConversationEDU Here’s a preview - more in my Conversation column… pic.twitter.com/Isv9nydmkz

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snurb_dot_info At @ConversationEDU, I’ve published our new map: “Australian Twitter is more diverse than you think” ow.ly/julC30bnI7g

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@dobes BTW, I’m glad to see that @Cyber_Roo got its photo in @zdnetaustralia again.

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dobes Smell that burnt overcooked scent of ON! twitter.com/SydneyLive2GB/…

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@MsLods @NewtonMark It’s a horrifying thing, no matter what its age.

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@ericscheid You will burn in hell for saying that, but I reckon that’s how many people see it.

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GreenJ yep. their journalism is rubbish. twitter.com/ewster/status/…

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If anyone wants to buy me a drink before I head back up the hill I’m near Railway Square. Otherwise I’ll take a train soon. Easy either way.

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ssharwood Abbott for GG is’t a terrible idea. Irrelevant ceremonial deference to the monarch is what he does best

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snurbbotinfo Latest snoozepoll: Abbott talking about social media.

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@ericscheid See subsequent tweets. Productivity gains acknowledged. Don’t know how to quantify them, though.

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@dobes Straight in, or sideways?

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joshcnicholas Wow… so many sales reps. What are they going to sell against, I wonder? twitter.com/linzcom/status…

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So, folks, in case you didn’t see this the first time round… twitter.com/markhumphries/…

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@NewtonMark Well, @NewtonMark, here’s “comprehensively fucked” at higher resolution. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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@LiaTimson This isn’t anything specific to Fairfax. It’s just today’s news reminded me that I was researching the number.

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This is doubtless true. So I guess we need some metrics to prove the point. Still, mandatory breach disclosure soon..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…xI

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So for those complaining that journalists don’t do enough research, well, there’s a reason for that.

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Obviously there have been productivity improvements — mobile phones, computers not typewriters, the internet etc — but even so.

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A few weeks back I calculated that $1 per word “then” (I forget exactly when, it was at the pub) would be $4 per word now.

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To keep things simpler, let’s stick with Australian journalists for the time being.

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Dear Newspaper Journalists, Now or Then: I’m after the earliest year in which “a dollar a word” was the standard contributor rate. Hit me.

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Me at @zdnetaustralia: “Cyber cooperation leads to cybersecurity, so why won’t Australia cyber do it?” zdnet.com/article/cyber-…

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I guess you also understand what’s going on here. pic.twitter.com/44jG6b4C4r

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@darkhorse166 In a sense, we are always in Bin Chicken Country.

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@garystark @dobes Well obviously. Also, Pyongyang, Texas.

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According to my OPSEC manual, this is the correct answer. twitter.com/dobes/status/8…

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@dobes @kcarruthers And don’t the ladies put on a lovely spread.

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kcarruthers I wish I could see all the tantrums twitter.com/dannolan/statu…

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wintnation Another lesson I learned while listening to people who know the reef like the back of a cab mate

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Story filed for @zdnetaustralia. Its cyber count is relatively low, a mere 12, but it does contain bank robbery and car crashes.

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elucikate Fairfax already making cuts I see pic.twitter.com/WWRqzxUv5t

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@NuclearAnthro I understand your point, but that’s a different issue.

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Dear America and Europe etc, do YOUR parliaments troll your own citizens? No? Then step up. twitter.com/JamColley/stat…

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MarkDiStef This is why Trump won pic.twitter.com/0Kb0bzcEcJ

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JamColley I tire of the disrespect I’m shown online pic.twitter.com/C7KwHnzO2r

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@oberonsghost Probably overkill, given that I’ve still got a bunch of work to do

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OK then. A cold boot, rather that a warm boot, has caused the error messages to disappear. But I’m keeping my eye on you, OK?

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“Safe Boot”, you say? I trust this isn’t going to be one of those afternoons.

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snurbbotinfo The news market is wholly wrong; the Australian Republic push depends on Twitter data.

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wintnation Our hearts and minds go out to all the other climate taxes we pay to not change the climate

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Settling in to work in the library at Circular Quay.

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Anyway, is done, and I’ll figure out what I’ll write about soon.

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That new word “techtosterone” coined by @rachael_falk was a highlight. Ping @dobes.

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This panel on talent development and skills and certification and professionalisation was good. Will write this one up.

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Learning Pascal and FORTRAN, @skeevestevens? Showing your age, mate.

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“There is way too much techtosterone” in cybersecurity, says @rachael_falk. Recruit the curious. Evil people who do good.

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The room is rapidly confirming @skeevestevens’ point about it being cyber talent shortage not a skills shortage…twitter.com/i/web/status/8…qV

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“We don’t have a [cyber] skills problem, we have a talent problem,” says @skeevestevens. You’ve got to have the knack.

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.@riskybusiness Again, we are shocked. Mind you, he had some interesting points, which I’ll dig out later…twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Xo

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In which @riskybusiness (far right) kicks off debate with an extended Opinion. (I am shocked.) pic.twitter.com/ys4tdSbpxs

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.@DrSallyErnst This is that information sharing thing again. IMO we need to stop the talking and put a bit of stick..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…LZ

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@skeevestevens Is that a euphemism for something that requires rubber gloves?

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.@DrSallyErnst Hurrah! @DrSallyErnst cites Clayton Christensen, who coined the term Disruptive Innovation…twitter.com/i/web/status/8…ja

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@dawnstarau Please show me on the dolly where the cybers touched you.

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.@DrSallyErnst Right now @DrSallyErnst is running through how you calculate the risk vs cost of various data breach..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…2p

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Next up: @DrSallyErnst, CEO, Australian Cyber Security Network.

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Robust debate is breaking out. @skeevestevens reckons to treat internal cybersecurity training like OH&S. Interesting.

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Mott says don’t demand a degree for process-driven tasks. Build a firewall? Degree. Configure a firewall? Quick training.

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@MsLods The second sentence was more general, yes. More about making sure everyone’s following the policies. Legal..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…fk

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Mott has always had a blunt and practical view on running cybersecurity. Is that last one going too far though? ;)

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Mott says that your sales people are the best source of ways to get around compliance because they’re paid on commission.

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You need to be your privacy officer’s best mate, says Mott. Write the policies generally but get legal to own and run it.

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Mott says there isn’t enough conversation with physical security or operational technology.

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Mott says his army experience taught everyone that all your gear was build by the lowest-cost bidder. Feel safe?

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Mott says get to know procurement so you control them, not them you.

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MagicRealismBot A software developer discovers that he does not exist. The only thing that exists is a huge frozen termite mound.

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Next up: Stuart Mort, Director Cyber Security, Optus.

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Kitzelmann has presented an idea that’s essentially a cyber apprenticeship. Hmmm.

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abcnews It’s our website’s 21st birthday! 🎉 To celebrate, go retro and browse today’s news on one of our older homepages…..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Dc

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You say that like it’s a bad thing. twitter.com/GreenJ/status/…

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Kitzelmann confirms with the audience there’s a cyber skills shortage but also that they’re paying too much for people.

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Next up: Anthony Kitzelmann, CISO, Australian Digital Health Agency.

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Meanwhile, this straw poll about insider threats is interesting. pic.twitter.com/3Uy9ECIJeS

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Later up I’ll post a proper version of this slide of Australia’s Cyber Security Infrastructure. pic.twitter.com/J9cAxbRXOA

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.@AISA_National “Bright, fresh, young ideas,” apparently.

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.@AISA_National This is essentially an extended (and dull) plug for @AISA_National, plus some spin re recent intern..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…9f

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.@AISA_National Just quietly, if I were explaning @AISA_National’s purpose, I wouldn’t start with the law under whi..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…RW

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@Innov_Aus As I said earlier, also follow @Innov_Aus for more good stuff on this hashtag.

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@Innov_Aus That’s a Yes/No. Maybe “How well do you think you’d handle an insider threat?”

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@Innov_Aus Who has suffered a serious insider-threat attack in their organisation?

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.@rachael_falk @auda “It’s not just about the [slide] packs and stats,” says @rachael_falk.

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Next up: @rachael_falk, Director Technology, Security and Strategy, @auda. Tere may be a New Word.

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@_midofo_ @robcorr Thanks, guys, but you’re too slow.

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I’m at “Cyber Security — the Leadership Imperative 2017” this morning. Program atinnovationaus.com/news/34/127/Cy…K7

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On cyber insurance, @crdavies says: “A marketplace run by insurers can only be wonderful.” Heh.

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Me at @zdnetaustralia: “First come the breach disclosures, then come the lawyers” (9 Mar) zdnet.com/article/first-…

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Nick Abrahams says that privacy breaches are now on the radar of the class-action ambulance-chasing law firms in the US.

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Schecter reinforces Davies’ point that bad guys are better organised anyway, ‘cos no govt, policy or law to hamper them.

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That pilot cyber sharing centre in Brisbane? Still mostly govt, says Ragg. Needs more private sector participants.

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I haven’t been tweeting this panel, but it’s good, especially the Q&A. Follow @Innov_Aus on this one.

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@ejhilbert @MsLods Yep. We get FBI guys presenting down here fairly often, and AFP of course, and sometimes USSS an..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…PN

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@ejhilbert @MsLods This makes perfect sense to me, ‘cos you’re trying to catch the perp, which means you need to un..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Ua

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Avi Schechter of CyberGym says this govt-private conversation on cyber is only happening in US, UK, AU, IL, maybe DE.

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@ejhilbert @MsLods I go to nearly all the significant cyber events in Australia, and ‘m hearing about these changes constantly.

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relativebot Approximately 1069730941704035830534766592 ostrich eggs fit into Jupiter.

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BiellaColeman As the US goes to hell, Starbucks made a drink so you can too. pic.twitter.com/ORfJlituko

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@ejhilbert @MsLods My understanding is that AFP has stopped treating “cybercrime” as it’s own category. It’s fraud..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Zj

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@ejhilbert @MsLods Gartner’s Risk & Security Summit has been hammering this point for years now.

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@MsLods @ejhilbert … but other risks are lost business opportunities, falling behind competitors etc. The phrase istwitter.com/i/web/status/8…5avi

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@MsLods @ejhilbert We’re certainly seeing a lot of talk about “cyber-enabed business” — not here today but in other.twitter.com/i/web/status/8…eM0

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Ah. @maria_milosav was from the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC). Law enforcement.

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Here’s the slide I missed from the previous presentation. twitter.com/AmlecHouse/sta…

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@ejhilbert @MsLods Ah yes, law firms are businesses first and foremost.

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@888riley @kirstinferguson There’s a whole bunch of really smart women at the top levels of cyber policy and education.

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.@maria_milosav Hmmm… The Intelligence Lifecycle gets a run. How many speakers are former spooks or LEA?twitter.com/i/web/status/8…ccCs

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Infosec / cybersecurity professionals will recognise this diagram. pic.twitter.com/zRvCyweq6D

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Milosavljevic: “If we don’t protect the information, we don’t protect the business.”

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@ejhilbert @MsLods These things tend to come in waves, don’t they? With slight name changes each time around the loop?

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Next up: Maria Milosavljevic, the new CISO of the NSW Government.

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In the US, the fluid nature of Pentagon, defence contractors, academia, White House etc is called “The Blob”.

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Ragg, ex-ASD, notes that in other countries there’s an easier flow from govt to private sector to academia and around.

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wintnation Senator Roberts said he sees Pauline Hanson’s One Nation was formed due to our belief that the average Aussie will not support him.

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@kirstinferguson @888riley At a rough estimate, 15% female? It’s extremely suit-heavy.

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Next up: @SandraRagg, Assistant Secretary Cyber Policy, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

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Ingram: We shared info to reduce the road toll. We shared information to stop bank robbery. It works. Get real.

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Ingram is framing all this as making Australia a safer and more attractive place to do business.

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CISOs etc have been saying that we need to share more info for ages. Ingram is giving solid risk-management reasons why.

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Your challenge, boys and girls, is to find me the original graphic in proper resolution. Your time starts now. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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We share information to stop diseases internationally, says Ingram. pic.twitter.com/FNN7EvuhU4

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Ingram: Hands up who’d share breach info on Facebook? No hands up. Info on a friend’s kid missing? All hands up.

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Ingram’s first slide says Cyber Security — Let’s Get Real”. Again, a message that we’ve been telling CISOs for 5+ years.7

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Next up: Steve Ingram, Asia Pacific Cyber Lead, PwC.

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I’ll save some typing by telling you that @Innov_Aus is doing a good Twitter stream of the core messages…twitter.com/i/web/status/8…N9

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So far @crdavies is giving is what has become a relatively standard stump too. His jokes still work, though.

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@_ErikaLy Same here. ‘Cos it’s then timestamped against my audio recording.

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Meanwhile, yes, Sinodinos did indeed say this. It seems to be a core part of his stump. ..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…Mj

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I’ll have to listen here, because @crdavies doesn’t just go off piste, he doesn’t even know where it is.

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We are all “heroes of cyberspace”, and we should “keep up the good work”. Yes, Major.

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Sharing risk with government.
Drink!
Data61 is teh hotness.
Drink!
Five Eyes.
Drink!

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Yep, in case you haven’t heard this message in the last 10 years, we need more collaboration. Don’tcha know…twitter.com/i/web/status/8…cH

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@Innov_Aus To say that Australia has good cybers is “not a cheap compliment”, says Sinodinos. (OK, he didn’t say “g..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…8y

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Innov_Aus Full house at this morning! pic.twitter.com/B77dFHJvMG

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.@888riley Senator Arthur Sinodinos, Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, kicks off the usual cyber stump..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…5r

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I guess the key words are “risk” and “compliance”.

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Interesting that a cyber security innovation and leadership conference is being held at a law firm.

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GET OUT OF MY WAY YOU FUCKING CUDMUNCHERS.

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Lamhfada This picture of Girl Scout protesting a Nazi in Czech is just pure art. pic.twitter.com/nRwahwjOFG

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@888riley Thanks, James, I’ll be with you in about 12 minutes craving pastries.

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GonzoHacker I was checking out your work on Github and was miraculously cured of my chronic Imposter Syndrome

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TrainsInfo When someone stands still on the right hand side of the escalator…
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@888riley Do we have a proposed hashtag for this morning?

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@R_Chirgwin @garystark I have been advised, though, that a new word will be proposed this morning, that contains ne..twitter.com/i/web/status/8…i8

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@R_Chirgwin @garystark Anyway, I’ve already sketched out some snark, depending on which way today goes.

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@R_Chirgwin @garystark He’s not going to have an announceable. It’s only a week until Budget Night. I don’t know why I’m bothering.

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Meanwhile you should do the 100% Official Australian and not at all @AndrewPStreet @domknight Citizenship Test. bit.ly/australianvalu…

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wintnation And I’m saying he would have to be the size of 8 to 40in. to be a great representative if elected.

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I’ll need some of that “welcome breakfast” before listening to Senator Sinodinos at 0800.

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Oh fuck. I’d better get my shit together.

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wintnation The Greens can no longer feed itself.

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wintnation Peter you are wrong and you have quite the imagination.

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wintnation In 2002 I was forced to go to all of the animals in a zoo.

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Wed plan, draft: 0800 “Cyber Security: The Leadership Imperative” innovationaus.com/news/34/127/Cy…; train to Wentworth Falls; write en route; thud.

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Wednesday. If there were two mysterious, which one would be solved first? Wednesday.

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