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Public Address 27/10/04 - Sweet And Sad

PUBLIC ADDRESS 27/10/04 - Sweet and sad

The Sweetest Thing | Oct 27, 2004 08:54
Russell Brown's Hard News

Hope to be taking home a new iMac G5 before Christmas? Don't leave the shop without a Firewire cable - not if you're a current MacOS X user anyway. I uplifted my machine from Magnum Mac's first shipment of 17 (yes, being a journalist helps) on Friday afternoon...
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The Puritans, again | Oct 26, 2004 12:46
Graham Reid's many things

The new old Puritanism, again. A fortnight ago while researching and ringing around for an obituary piece on the late Maurice Shadbolt, I came across some quotes by him about the puritan ethic in New Zealand which was still endemic in the 30s and 40s...
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