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Public Address 07/11/06 - Watching The Register

PUBLIC ADDRESS 07/11/06 - Watching The Register

Something up with Apple? | Nov 07, 2006 09:56
Russell Brown's Hard News

My guess is this means something: staff at Renaissance, the New Zealand agent for Apple Computer, have been asked to hand back their apple.co.nz addresses. A quick whois reveals that the domain details were last modified on October 7 - and that the "date billed until" is November 7: today...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3689.sm

Mother, We've Been Goosed | Nov 07, 2006 09:25
David Slack on his own account

This is the farce that Dick built.?? This is the mug That paid for the farce that Dick built.?? This is the builder,...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3688.sm

Ain't Too Proud To Beg | Nov 06, 2006 21:02
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Disclaimer: The following post never claims to be "journalism". Keep your pants on. While I'm sure being a politician or a doctor or a spy or something probably involves traversing a few ethical dilemmas, other than a brief period working for the Uzbekistani Secret Police (hey it was Victoria University...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3682.sm

Gettin' large at the launch - Posted at 9:39AM on 7 Nov 06
Real Times, the Documentary Channel blog

I wasn't too sure about the little white tablets they gave us in the goodie bags, but Matthew Hooton told me I'd be a pussy if I didn't neck at least half a dozen …
http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,42,gettin_large_at_the_launch.sm?p=645

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