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- “Australians bet more money on the Melbourne Cup each year than they put in venture capital funds” brw.com.au/p/entrepreneur… • 1 day ago
- @nzben bollocks to that - undertaking is awesome. @PublicationsPro • 2 days ago
- @mr45144 The rule-book <> the actual rules in effect, which vary by location, often town. the@CJ_NZ • 2 days ago
- @CJ_NZ a keep left rule (nor this) won’t change the behaviour (lessons from >70 countries motorcycled). @mr45144 • 2 days ago
- @nzsd except that their opponents are among those few, and will use this to (rightly) ridicule. @MaxRobitzsch • 2 days ago
- RT @toxaq: @lancewiggs and once again hypocritical. They rail against the holiday highway and now want to subsidise road holidays. • 2 days ago
- What’s on earth are @nzlabour trying to do with their policy? There is so much to do on transport policy and they choose slow trucks #rpt • 2 days ago
- I agree: “Transport Gerry Brownlee said that the policies were "poorly thought through" and "a joke". nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/articl… • 2 days ago
- RT @DarienFenton: At cycling rally at Parliament today. Too many deaths http://t.co/CZUIqwYbhW • 2 days ago
- @Dermottr you seem to be advocating for dictatorship. Are you sure you want to be doing this? • 2 days ago
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Category Archives: Life
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Here’s how I got to WordPress camp this morning.
I’ll be on Kathryn Ryan’s Nine to Noon program on Radio NZ at about 9:20am Monday 22nd. There are a few potential topics to cover – including why NZ is a good place to be right now, what businesses can … Continue reading
The reprobates meet for another Brass Monkey Tying down the bikes in the Ferry Glassy smooth crossing. A good sign – we could have forgone tying those bikes as well.. South of Blenheim – it was cold. We live in … Continue reading
I’m off tomorrow (Wednesday) on the Brass Monkey – an annual event where… well damn it – let me bow tothe description writen by Mod from the incomparable Mod’s Motors: This weekend some of the more fanatical of New Zealand’s … Continue reading
On Tuesday last week I was lucky enough to listen to an interesting range of cool people give 5 minute talks on the topics of their choice. (ok – only one person hit the 5 minute market exactly, and he … Continue reading
Last week we saw a plethora of New Zealand headlines bemoaning the poor behaviour of ‘kids today’ – this time in how they handle their sensitive information online. The punchline was that one in two students had posted sensitive information … Continue reading
While I may not agree with it entirely, Mikearauz has come up with a useful way to look at the way casual interest can turn into advocacy online. Since I don’t agree with it – I decided to have a … Continue reading
I am immensely proud to live in a country where, when faced with a well trained and armed guy fortressed in a house, the police acted in a responsible manner. Even after the provocation of seeing one of their number … Continue reading
It’s a great product – but I really don’t think my Mother will use an iPod touch, and I really don’t think Mothers day in an economic downturn is the time for Kiwis to give expensive presents. However the email … Continue reading
Via Jesspiration is a simple look at how flirting works these days. Note that if I start following you on twitter it doesn’t necessarily mean that I am flirting with you.
The Policeman who turned to chase a motorcyclist on Buller gorge, blocking the road and causing two other motorcyclists to be seriously injured, has just been found guilty of dangerous driving causing injury. He is no doubt haunted by the … Continue reading
This is Indexed once again sums up a complex thought on a card. Most people are in the middle of this curve, and would really like to be at the far end. But why not move the curve? Why not … Continue reading