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Hard News 18/09/03 - Magic And Eternity

HARD NEWS 18/09/03 - Magic and Eternity

Hi folks,

A couple of nice posts from the lads, below.

[ SCOOP EDITOR'S NOTE: The following advisory does not affect subscribers who receive their Hard News emailers via Scoop. We will however follow Russell's lead in renaming this emailer.]

It has rather belatedly come to my attention that that the process of signing up for the Hard News mailing list was not nearly as clear as it ought to have been. Old copy, mystery links, etc. It wasn't *meant* to be a secret ...

So I've made some changes to the Hard News email template and the subscription page at bFM, and made the link to the sub page more prominent on the Public Address site.

One more change looms: the Hard News list is really now the Public Address mailing list, and on Wednesday next week I'll change the "from" information accordingly. Everything else about the list will stay the same.

I've held off till now on the basis that you don't fix things that aren't actually broken, but I think it's time. So be prepared to change your filters, rules and whitelists next Wednesday.



Word on the street |Sep 17, 2003 13:54
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

By now half the world knows the story of Arthur Stace , the reformed bum, metho drinker and WWI veteran who roamed the streets of Sydney for 37 years writing the word "Eternity" in his own unique style...,

Give Us a Clue |Sep 17, 2003 13:33
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Over the past couple of months I've been trying to see a pattern emerge in what Those Who Know best at TVNZ are up to. Increasingly, I get the feeling that I've been staring at what I thought was a Magic Eye picture, only to find it's nothing...,

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