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Public Address 26/11/09 - Party Time, Excellent

Public Address 26/11/09 - Party Time, Excellent

Party Time, Excellent | Nov 26, 2009 11:45
Russell Brown's Hard News
We've always liked a party hereabouts, and I've always appreciated Gemma Gracewood's description of Public's Address's Great Blend events as a kind of "conscious party". So I'm stoked to announce the Orcon Great Blend Christmas Party, next Friday December 4. The venue is the old Birdcage Tavern, through the wall...

The Doctor Will See You Shortly | Nov 26, 2009 11:15
Emma Hart is sometimes a bit sarky.
Picture me briefly as Dr. David Haywood's secretary. It shouldn't prove difficult: my hair is even currently held up with a pencil. Dr. Haywood is currently in a meeting*, I'm afraid. He would, however, like to pass on his warmest regards, and remind you that he will be at

Apple-pie Embedding | Nov 25, 2009 13:37
Russell Brown's Hard News
Something exciting has happened at NZ On Screen. One very useful feature missing from the site since its launch last year has been the ability to embed the video clips it showcases in blogs and other websites. You and I might think it should be done as a...


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