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PUBLIC ADDRESS 28/11/07 - Ambition

PUBLIC ADDRESS 28/11/07 - Ambition


Ambition | Nov 28, 2007 10:30
Russell Brown's Hard News
David Cunliffe is ambitious. Whether consciously or not, he has begun to emulate the distinctive phrasing of David Lange when he gives a big speech. And today's speech at the Digital Summit was a big one. The topic was too ridden with jargon and acronym to really support...
http://publicaddress.net/default,4650.sm

PA Radio: Building for the Big Day Out
Posted at 4:05PM on 27 Nov 07
The Big Day Out's New Zealand promoter, Campbell Smith, talks about how the show is put together, 2008's roster of acts, and why it's not really a party for him.
http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,853,pa_radio_building_for_the_big_day_out.sm

PA Radio: The Electronic Text Centre
Posted at 5:01PM on 26 Nov 07.
Alison Stevenson, director of the New Zealand Electronic Text Centre, talks to Russell Brown about the centre's work, and about the presentation of 30 of the "Maoriland novels", an almost-forgotten cache of New Zealand's first literary works.
http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,849,pa_radio_the_electronic_text_centre.sm


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