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Public Address 06/09/06 - Counterspin

PUBLIC ADDRESS 06/09/06 - Counterspin

Counterspin | Sep 06, 2006 11:12
Russell Brown's Hard News

Labour's return of fire on National - with the promise of, literally, a book of embarrassing emails to and from Don Brash in advance of last year's election - is, of course, spin: a classic effort to change the subject from something Labour doesn't want to talk about...,


Not so ancient, not so evil | Sep 06, 2006 11:11
GUEST: Joseph Young

When it comes to computer games, I'm a member of an odd and seemingly very small age cohort – too young to remember Pac-Man, old enough to know where World Of Warcraft stole its ideas from...,


Thickening | Sep 05, 2006 19:39
A day at the office with Dr. Che

If there's one interweb thing that really grinds my gears it's idiots with too much time on their hands. I say this because I just had my first day attending a course on e-Government. It's pretty interesting overall, and has already dramatically expanded my understanding of how, why and when...,

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