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Public Address 14/03/08 - Even More Southerly

Public Address 14/03/08 - Even More Southerly

Leaving the bunker | Mar 14, 2008 10:40
Russell Brown's Hard News
The e-government unit at the State Services Commission has been determined over the past few years to get to grips with the internet and social media and respond appropriately. Given that this usually involves exposing process and/or leaving the bunker, it's not without risks --and is all the more laudable... http://publicaddress.net/default,4866.sm

Even More Southerly | Mar 13, 2008 22:28
David Haywood goes further south
So it's farewell to our house in Christchurch. The morning of settlement day was bleak and stormy, and so dark that I had to switch on the sitting-room lights. The house reminded me of its former self -- as it was on the evening when we first moved in: gloomy,... http://publicaddress.net/default,4865.sm

A few fun Facebook facts | Mar 13, 2008 20:19
GUEST: Gordon White gets Face time
You know somebody has become a pretty big deal when they fly their own couches from California to Sydney for a one hour presentation. Either that, or Freedom Furniture is now selling items in 'Facebook Blue'. Which is equally likely, given the site's astounding popularity. Whatever the reason, they looked... http://publicaddress.net/default,4863.sm

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