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Public Address 20/01/05 - Geeky Stuff And More!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 20/01/05 - Geeky stuff and more!

Geeky stuff | Jan 20, 2005 11:23
Russell Brown's Hard News

Adherents to the Cult of Mac who have visited the fine websites operated by Scoop, The Listener, Street Talk, Rialto and Stuff in the past two or three days may have noticed some odd behaviour...,


Bye Bye Birdie | Jan 19, 2005 12:52
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

So there I am all settled in for a news marathon. SBS world-news from 6.30 to 7 (the 6-6.30 news here, like New Zealand, is basically infotainment, I watch re-runs of Dr. Who on ABC instead)...,


Prince's sign o' the times | Jan 19, 2005 10:50
Graham Reid's many things

Because I have friends in low places, like Buckingham Palace, I am occasionally in receipt of information not available to the general public (or "commoners" as the palace likes to style them). For example a week or so ago I received the draft of a press release from the palace's...,


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