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- @benkepes you appear to be the only person who could decipher the PR • 13 hours ago
- @nzkoz beautiful to watch. • 15 hours ago
- RT @NetHuiNZ: NetHui 2015 kicks off on Wed! Registration is only $55 and Day 0 events are free so make sure you secure your seat - http://t… • 17 hours ago
- NZTE is offering to help you raise 1-$5m. Apply now. lancewiggs.com/2015/07/06/nzt… • 17 hours ago
- RT @modsta: CallPlus, moving goal posts and Super 12 Rugby stuff.co.nz/business/opini… • 19 hours ago
- great radio from @thenbr and @TransportBlog nbr.co.nz/article/nbr-ra… • 20 hours ago
- Personal sharetrading in NZ: Systems don’t talk to each other, security is scary and usability woeful. Fix the basics. • 20 hours ago
- RT @toxaq: Unless you know of a house with a standing army, navy and airforce with millions of tenants, the mortgage analogy isn't useful o… • 21 hours ago
- Making countries pay outrageous debts is a great way to enforce poverty and encourage war. Germany WW1&2. medium.com/@gavinschallio… • 22 hours ago
- “Currently, Germany is profiting from Greece as it extends loans at comparatively high interest rates.” medium.com/@gavinschallio… • 22 hours ago
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