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Public Address 07/08/06 - Itunes, B**Bs And Stuff

PUBLIC ADDRESS 07/08/06 - iTunes, b**bs and stuff

iTunes, yes | Sep 07, 2006 11:58
Russell Brown's Hard News

PA reader the Rev. Margaret Mayman emailed to ask me whether I knew anything about the prospects of a New Zealand iTunes Store appearing. Which reminded me that, in fact, I do. The local music industry is seeing signs of movement...,


Put down the v*brator slowly, sir | Sep 07, 2006 09:33
David Slack on his own account

On the Internet you can see the whole world before breakfast. Item 1. Doesn't this photo of Coca-Cola managing director Geert Broos put you in mind of that scene where Monty Burns was running for office and Marge served him the three-eyed fish the kids had caught...,


Anniversaries: Lest Me Forget | Sep 07, 2006 09:05
Graham Reid's many things

It is anniversary time -- nine years since the death of Diana and five since 9/11 -- and like most people I can remember where I was on both days. For the Princess I was at work and for 9/11 I was ...,


quick update (warning: no actual bre*st content) | Sep 06, 2006 14:50
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Wow, I knew they'd put 'b**bs' somewhere in my SST headline last week, but never expected the full headline to be totally unrelated to the actual column - sorry to anyone who expected an actual rehash of Lincoln Tan's 'Asian Men Like B**bs' article and found themselves reading about politics...,


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