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- If nobody owns your mortgage note then you are in luck
- Free Rice: Addictive, but is it a scam?
- Comparing New Zealand to The United States.
- "Arrives late for flight, if known"
- About Lance
- Air New Zealand challenges loyal customers to move elsewhere
- How to have a US iTunes account on your iPad, iPhone, Apple TV
- Remove yourself from love lover and crush calculator txts
- Air NZ automatic insurance ripoff
- RT @RusselNorman: NZ Govt has signed off oil exploration in seas deeper than 3.5km. Deepwater Horizon was only 1.5km. • 4 hours ago
- @stevebiddle perhaps related to US banking industry relative cluelessness on fraud versus EU, NZ, Au etc. @ajobbins • 6 hours ago
- @mikiszikszai iPhones have options that are not NFC though - e.g. AirNZ scanner, bluetooth. Possible? @CateOwen @SembleNZ • 6 hours ago
- @ow tweetbot. • 8 hours ago
- @ajobbins Yes. Plus as the @thenbr points out, EFTPOS is the real prize to drive adoption for both retailers and buyers. • 8 hours ago
- @ajobbins feels like all the wannabe iTunes players before iTunes came to town and cleaned up. Frustrating. • 8 hours ago
- @mattdwen oh drat.. @SembleNZ • 8 hours ago
- RT @freitasm: Funny thing about Semble video is it showed "Airpoints Cards" - obviously before BNZ and Air NZ split @stevebiddle • 8 hours ago
- The one comment on the @bnz post about @semble sums things up for many sadly. community.bnz.co.nz/t5/Good-With-M… http://t.co/pLdqIMBus7 • 8 hours ago
- Beautiful. There is a AirNZ Global Plus @BNZ card in the @semble demo video. Unplanned community.bnz.co.nz/t5/Good-With-M… http://t.co/Sy0ZXEThLN • 8 hours ago
DisclaimerThese opinions are my own.
Category Archives: auctions
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A persistent, err, troll over at Bernard Hickey’s blog post on Trade Me and Australia asks an interesting question: “How is Trade Me a productive NZ asset? The answer requires just a little bit of economics, and it is really … Continue reading