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Public Address 03/02/06 - Conquering dictatorship

PUBLIC ADDRESS 03/02/06 - Conquering dictatorship with bad spelling


Conquering dictatorship with bad spelling | Feb 03, 2006 11:50
Russell Brown's Hard News
Was it something I wrote? The mysterious "capital T" exception for searches on Google China, as noted yesterday, no longer applies. A search on "Tiananmen" will now get you the same set of bland, regime-approved results as a search on "tiananmen", although bad spelling still does the trick...
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My Imaginary Journey | Feb 03, 2006 09:27
A.R.D Fairburn in a strange land
If Rex Fairburn had been writing now he would surely have been a blogger. Not one whose work fell easily on the "left" or the "right", but assuredly one who would not shrink from a good argument...
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Applying a Topical Debate | Feb 02, 2006 21:29
Che Tibby's view from Wellington
Have pretty much just gotten home from a very interesting 'debate' at Te Papa. The topic was the Treaty of Waitangi, and as I'm sure you'll be aware it's something I think we should all take a positive interest in...
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