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Public Address 24/08/04 - The New Black

PUBLIC ADDRESS 24/08/04 - The New Black

The New Black | Aug 24, 2004 10:20
Russell Brown's Hard News

An attractive Maori woman in her thirties leaps out of a taxi and heads up the street with her son, who is about eight. They're both wearing 'Enough is Enough' t-shirts. She runs as fast as her shoes will permit and he's running as fast as he can to keep...,

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Googling You, Googling Me | Aug 22, 2004 18:07
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

The Google float seems to have gone pretty well, at least from where I'm sitting. While the dynamic duo were expecting a bit more, at US$27.2 billion, Google is now on par with General Motors...,

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Duck! It's A Pig! | Aug 20, 2004 16:40
David Slack on his own account

This last week or so, instead of: producing a fresh column; pulling together my notes for a conference; working up an outline for the fine people at Penguin; re-working a piece for a foreign publication and writing a speech for a client, I worked on overcoming a substantial disinclination to...,

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