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Public Address 18/02/04 - Elephant Hippy Pork

PUBLIC ADDRESS 18/02/04 - Elephant Hippy Pork

Hi folks,

Yes, that's *the* Richard Neville below there, and we're quite excited to have him. Who's Richard Neville?,3604,530949,00.html

Also, David considers responses, fair and foul, to his Treaty quiz (still there at ) and Mark looks at some more elements of that "free" trade deal.



Netizens of the world unite | Feb 18, 2004 09:12
GUEST Richard Neville, professional stirrer and co-founder of Oz

Last week I spoke at the "Gala Dinner" hosted by the Australian Internet Industry Association at Sydney's Luna Park. The speech followed an address given by the Federal Minister of Communications, IT and the Arts, Daryl Williams, QC, who recently took over from his predecessor, Les Patterson...,


An Elephant Is Soft and Mushy | Feb 18, 2004 08:06
David Slack on his own account

A friend emailed me a nice recollection about a movie a while ago. If you were going to the movies in 1949, you might have seen it when it came out - Magic Town. It's about "Grandview," a small town that's an exact statistical microcosm of the United States...,


Poisoning the Pork | Feb 17, 2004 13:02
GUEST: Mark Broatch's thinking space

Economics. No, no, wait. My interest in the subject, like most people, lies mostly in the effects of financial theories on your common and garden citizen, ie me. My contribution to a BBQ conversation on such a topic might amount to questions such as why, when we're being encouraged to.,

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