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Public Address 05/07/07 - Podcasts Posts & Stories

PUBLIC ADDRESS 05/07/07 - Podcasts, posts and a new 'Stories' topic

A missive from an ancient mariner | Jul 04, 2007 15:34
Graham Reid's many things

To be honest, yachting isn't my thing. I did a bit when I was about 13 -- which actually means I sat in Brett Bensky's Flying Ant (do they still have those?) pulling wet ropes while he sat at the rudder and told me what to do. I didn't like...

http://publicaddress.net/default,4322.sm

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Stories: Employment Lore

This month, it's jobs: the first, the worst, the best,the weirdest, the simply memorable. You may change names to protect the guilty, but don't hold back on the anecdotes. Personal grievances will have to be filed separately.

http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,550,stories_employment_lore.sm

PA Radio: Spare Room & Throng Pt1

Russell Brown discusses the state of play in independent web publishing with Ana Samways and Steven Shaw of Spare Room and Rachel and Regan Cunliffe...

http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,553,pa_radio_spare_room_throng_pt1.sm

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PA Radio: Spare Room & Throng Pt2

Russell Brown discusses the state of play in independent web publishing with Ana Samways and Steven Shaw of Spare Room and Rachel and Regan Cunliffe

http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,554,pa_radio_spare_room_throng_pt2.sm

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180 Seconds with Craig Ranapia 26/5/07

Craig surveys the ducking and diving around the Dalai Lama's visit to Wellington.

http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,552,180_seconds_with_craig_ranapia_26507.sm

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PA Radio: The Sneaks!

David Slack interviews the best band in the world, apparently.

http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,551,pa_radio_the_sneaks.sm

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