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Public Address 22 November 2011 - Please Be Captured

Public Address 22 November 2011 - Please Be Captured

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The Solemnity of the Day
9:07 Nov 22, 2011 in Hard News by Russell Brown
Yesterday’s advisory from the Electoral Commission about rules for media on Election Day this Saturday is causing some consternation out there in social media land. Some people believe it’s tantamount to the Commission “banning” Facebook, Twitter and the like on...

Brain Drain Et Cetera
23:59 Nov 21, 2011 in OnPoint by Keith Ng
So, after all that distracting talk about the Tea Tapes last week, I’m glad we’ve finally come back to serious, substantive discussion about New Zealand’s Winston Policy. National and Labour have both persuasively laid out the case for their respective...

Indecision ‘11: Fighting the Grey Peril
11:37 Nov 21, 2011 in Muse by Craig Ranapia
Grey Power is threatening to swamp Auckland with miserable white racists. Muse finds a brave solution in science fiction.

Grokking things by being places
17:12 Nov 20, 2011 in Hard News by Russell Brown
A well-written story on the local blogosphere was recently kind about my own contributions but complained that “it’s wearying to read about someone’s social diary”. Yeah, mine, that is. I prefer to think of it as grokking things by being...


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