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By Mindy on June 9, 2012
Just when you think you have got it right, you find out how wrong you are.
By tigtog on April 18, 2012
He sent an email to a Queensland feminist about the superiority of men, telling her to “get a life” and calling her a “sourpuss” for writing an opinion piece about the need for more women in parliament. Some media advisor, eh?
By tigtog on November 23, 2011
An example of when STFU might be a wonderfully good idea: attempting to get a pissed-off customer base to give you warm PR fuzzies might just not be the best idea within weeks of stranding 80K of them a long way away from where they actually wanted to be
By tigtog on September 23, 2011
To me, this doesn’t sound like a problem that needs solving. If Facebook users aren’t sharing stuff because they worry it will bore their friends, good! Thank you, people of Facebook, for your restraint in choosing not to bore me.
But Zuckerberg couldn’t let this undersharing stand.
By tigtog on July 24, 2011
Google has suspended Skud’s google+ account.
By Lauredhel on December 30, 2009
Fairfax never fail to disappoint. Right now WAToday is running a front-page-promoted slideshow thus: The photos of the decade A selection of amazing, spellbinding images from the past ten years. Right next to a photo of a burning World Trade Centre tower. The rest of the slideshow is largely a collage of destruction, violence, death, [...]
By Lauredhel on June 18, 2009
Just found out on the grapevine – because these places and dates are not available on the FaHSCIA website – that the only Sydney public consultation on the proposed new draconian national disabled parking restrictions is: In Parramatta. On Friday night. At six p.m. When there’s rugby on at Homebush. Related posts: Polling place accessibility [...]
By Lauredhel on June 15, 2009
…That’s what I would be saying, from actual sources instead of the mainstream news, if I believed that a sample size of 30 was likely to give statistically significant results. Anne Schuchat, M.D., interim deputy director for the CDC’s (Centers for Disease Control) Science and Public Health Program, is on it. AAFP quotes her as [...]