eora nation. interested in water in its many forms, and built things. photo by @timritchie

Joined February 2011
Sydney cafés pumping more than usual for a Sunday morning. People dining and discovering
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I’m really out of touch about the whole prguy thing; haven’t really seen its tweets since lockdown(s). From memory it was basically a partisan anonymous troll account? Not interesting
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This is from near Dicky Cooper Bogong last weekend, deep in NSW high country/alps. Jagungal has been called The Big Bogong, too. Wider use than northern Vic or migration of the word/description?
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Big day for sabre rattling - China’s military flies 6 bombers and multiple surveillance planes around the south of Taiwan, according to Taiwan’s military. Rare appearance by an aerial refuelling plane too. 17 fighter jets also in exercises to south-west:
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When you see it laid out it’s actually quite reasonable
After many requests, we have agreed to release our costings for the installation of the flag on Sydney Harbour Bridge
La Niña over. Is it true?
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I had a quick look for expenditure on water management in the 2022/23 NSW Budget, handed down by Treasurer Matt Kean this afternoon. Here are a few notable things that I spotted. (short thread of interest to NSW folk only 🧵).
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Happy winter solstice. 20° forecast which is not too shabby
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Perhaps the most-terrifying space photograph to date. Astronaut Bruce McCandless II floats completely untethered, away from the safety of the space shuttle, with nothing but his Manned Maneuvering Unit keeping him alive. The first person in history to do so. Credit: NASA
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It seems a miracle has happened. This version of Microsoft Teams does not hog all CPU resources in a call. Refer CPU load graph; you can see where I ended the call. This version of teams is the *first version* for macOS that doesn’t fry the processor during calls. Gobsmacking.
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Perrottet apparently wasn’t expecting people to care about the $25 M
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20° forecast for winter solstice. That feels about average