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- Sell your house privately in New Zealand - the book.
- Bad Stuff, bad Cadbury
- RT @dubh: Are you guys _really_ sure Uber is a good idea? jacobinmag.com/2014/09/agains… • 7 hours ago
- @floyd_morgan Just as long as you’ll have the hair to colour…. • 10 hours ago
- @floyd_morgan Yellow would have been estatic with 5%. • 10 hours ago
- @Firelyamber only if you are there - which at least I am not. Not until tomorrow. • 11 hours ago
- @Firelyamber For Wellington substitute the “shines” for “hurricane” • 11 hours ago
- RT @rowansimpson: Google Hangouts is great, but the 10mins spent EVERY TIME getting everybody connected really squishes the potential for p… • 16 hours ago
- RT @MsBevanChuang: There are reasons why people didn't vote - and calling them stupid isn't a good move. twitter.com/JohnKeyMustGo/… http://t… • 16 hours ago
- “Excel has found an error in your formula, and made a guess which is never ever ever correct. Please needlessly click twice” • 17 hours ago
- @MarkVivianNZ well said Mark. I agree - bridging from existing investors only but never really required. • 22 hours ago
- RT @MarkVivianNZ: Bad Notes on Venture Capital feedproxy.google.com/~r/BothSidesOf… • 22 hours ago
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Klout purports to measure online influence. Apparently I’m worth 45.34, with those two decimals implying a degree of science beyond the measurement. It’s all hogwash of course: The problem with Klout is that a higher score is very often a … Continue reading →