So long and thanks for all the fish
By Cat Herding Cabal on September 23, 2013
44/28 = Australia’s 44th Parliament and 28th Prime Minister . Share your reactions to the latest news from/about the Abbott government.
By tigtog on November 5, 2010
What about you?
By Mark Bahnisch on September 23, 2008
As a supplement to my post on the Walkley Foundation Future of Journalism event I recently spoke at in Brisbane, here’s a link to the thoughts of my colleague and co-panelist Axel Bruns.
By Mark Bahnisch on September 15, 2008
I wasn’t the only person to notice on Friday night that Possum, The Poll Bludger and Andrew Bartlett (among others) popped up on a new blog platform at Crikey. One take on this move from Duncan Reilly – writing at […]
By Phil on September 14, 2008
In The Blogging Revolution Antony Loewenstein takes us on a personal journey through some of the more difficult places in the world to blog. Iran, Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Cuba and China. It’s a timely book on the importance and […]
By Mark Bahnisch on September 14, 2008
As noted here and here, I attended the Walkley Foundation’s Future of Journalism event in Brisbane yesterday. Courtesy of the lovely folks at the ABC, the sessions were all recorded and will be viewable online, so that absolves me from […]
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By Kim on September 9, 2008
There’s a bit of an irony in the fact that News Ltd columnist Malcolm Colless chooses to take a swipe today at demands that Mike Carlton be reinstated as a columnist in the Sydney Morning Herald because of his popularity […]
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