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Public Address 22/08/08 - Just SO much goodness

Public Address 22/08/08 - Just SO much goodness

Listen to the Music | Aug 22, 2008 11:33
Russell Brown's Hard News
Ever since David Haywood wrote Summer of the L.E.D.s, that great little band from Christchurch has been a favourite around here. We're pleased to have been able to help them reach a few more ears. And I'm delighted to say that they're allowing us to give... http://publicaddress.net/5270

Stories: The Internet
Your first time, your worst time, and every moment in between. To mark the publication of Connecting the Clouds, Keith Newman's new history of the New Zealand Internet, we're offering five copies of the book, heaps of Eden coffee and an internet-capable Nokia mobile phone for the best stories about you and the internet.
http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,1304,stories_the_internet.sm

Lucky Jim | Aug 22, 2008 06:02
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven
Just over a week ago, an ancient honey locust tree was badly damaged in a storm. No ordinary tree, this: it was one of a dozen "witness trees" remaining at Gettysburg, under whose branches Union soldiers rested during the battle, and under whose shade the crowd came to... http://publicaddress.net/5264

Disco Tom | Aug 21, 2008 12:04
Hadyn Green plays the game
As Tom Ashley crossed the finish line to win New Zealand's first yachting gold medal (vid) in 16 years, TVNZ were crossing live to an ad break. But let's not be petty. Ashley's medal gives us one of our best Olympic medal hauls in a long...
http://publicaddress.net/5261

They Have the Best Rides | Aug 21, 2008 11:55
Emma Hart said so, that's why.
This column was supposed to go next week, but in the midst of the Boobs on Bikes debate, I realised that I was in danger of blowing all my powder in the comments section, so instead I'm going to jump my own gun. It's been put together in a hurry,...
http://publicaddress.net/5260

The Olympic Learning Curve | Aug 22, 2008 11:44
GUEST Emma More in the Olympic city
The Olympics are racing by faster, higher and stronger than ever before (as per) and it's been one muscle-bound learning curve for me, right from the interminable athletes' parade at the opening ceremony. Yes, another bloody Games blog. Just a quick one though and besides, the more Olympicked–out you become...
http://publicaddress.net/5271

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