A weekly summary of what I’ve been doing elsewhere on the internets. Last week was relatively unproductive thanks to continuing pain from my shoulder and continuing gut irritation from nasty anibiotics, about which I may write something later.
Once more I’m posting this on Monday rather than Sunday. Oops. I don’t suppose the world will end. Well, not because of this anyway.
- Patch Monday episode 106, “Fighting malware at SophosLabs”. A conversation with Mark Harris, the head of SophosLabs globally, and Sean McDonald, who manages the lab in North Sydney.
- Trends on Twitter brief but telling, just like in the real world, Sydney Morning Herald, 19 September 2011, my first article for Fairfax.
- NBN retail pricing neither a bargain nor an extravagance, Crikey, 20 September 2011.
- Hey Facebook, we want to share, but this is ridiculous, Crikey, 23 September 2011.
- On Monday I spoke with ABC 666 Canberra about Twitter, covering material from the Sydney Morning Herald piece. I’m not sure whether I recorded, but this time the ABC posted the audio themselves.
- On Friday I spoke with ABC 774 Melbourne and ABC 666 Canberra about the Facebook changes.
Most of my day-to-day observations are on my high-volume Twitter stream, and random photos and other observations turn up on my Posterous stream. The photos also appear on Flickr, where I eventually add geolocation data and tags.
[Photo: Rosellas at Rosella Cottage, one of the Bunjaree Cottages at Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains where I’ve been staying off and on this year.]
2 Replies to “Weekly Wrap 68: Bad shoulder, with inquisitive rosellas”
I do so love the colours in that shot. It’s this palette that becomes embedded into the Australian psyche.
Hope the shoulder improves for you soon.
@sylmobile: That’s almost the same colour palette as in the strip across the top of my website — which was taken by manipulating a photo of some Australian native shrubbery.
What astounds me about the rosellas is that I haven’t turned up the colour saturation there. The little buggers really do max out the camera’s sensor.
Thanks for your thoughts about the shoulder. It’s been settling down, thank the gods, and now I just have to deal with the tooth. Rains, pours etc.
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