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Hard News 16/05/03 - Responsible Blogging

HARD NEWS 16/05/03 - Responsible Blogging

Hi folks,

More good stuff - and best of luck to Chad for his short festival tour!

Cheers,

RB

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Temperance man |May 16, 2003 11:45

Russell Brown's Hard News

One of the curiosities of our era is the way political conservatives have become fiscal lunatics while the erstwhile looney left pitches itself as the soul of stewardship. In the run-up to Michael Cullen's Budget speech , Richard Prebble became particularly amusing...

http://publicaddress.net/default,hardnews.sm#post435

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Total victory |May 15, 2003 19:33

Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

After a concerted campaign of shock and awe the Girlie has totally capitulated on the kitchen front and my forces are about to march on the last bastion of resistance. Her bedroom is my Baghdad...

http://publicaddress.net/default,heat.sm#post434

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Simple pleasures |May 15, 2003 13:59

GUEST Mark Graham in Auckland

Deadline looms on the mag, so my day consists of chasing up ads booked, chasing up ads yet to be booked, chasing along editorial in the studio being laid up, chasing up editorial yet to be written, cleaning up the mailing list, co-ordinating with the printer, terrorising the sales team, ...

http://publicaddress.net/default,speaker.sm#post433

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Start your engines |May 15, 2003 08:09

Now playing in the Muse Lounge

The Auckland Writers Festival starts today and the Matrix Reloaded opens tomorrow. So it's Carrie Anne-Moss in PVC or me mumbling about New Zealand literature. Gee, I wonder how that's gonna turn out...

http://publicaddress.net/default,muselounge.sm#post432

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