January 24, 2011
Coalition of losers – Graeme Edgler the Legal Beagle at Public Address on the second place getter leading a government. Chris Trotter responds to this post with Dangerous Falsehoods at Bowalley Road.
Changing or not – Progressive Turmoil on why procrastination isn’t always wrong.
Baby boomers lift share of job market: David Chaston at Interest.co.nz with stats and graphs on employment and population trends.
Book Aid International – A Cat of Impossible Colour reminds me not to take access to books for granted.
I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore Quote Unquote maps the USA states’ economic status.
Here they come again Morry Myna’s cartoon on the coming year.
Bedouin bush mechanics – Around the World’s desert adventures.
December 19, 2010
(Brain) farting in church – Credo Quia Absurdum Est on politics at the school’s end-of-year mass. While you’re there he’s also got 10 top money savings tips for the new Stadium SOuthland.
Hypotheses please – Dim Post graphs mentions of NZ in Goggle’s new toy the ngram viewer.
Before you think about booking a cheap flight – laughs (and some bad language) at Brian Edwards Media.
Han(g)over for Lawyers – Cactus Kate writes an alternative media release.
A real live book – A Cat of Impossible Colour has the first copy of her book.
November 19, 2010
University of life to introduce tuition fees – Newsbiscuit and also Apple claim the letter i and seek to take over the alphabet.
Time for some bull – Progressive Turmoil on mating (of the dairy kind).
Nature’s changing moods at Uluru at Larvatus Prodeo -if you click the link Magic at Uluru after rain that’s what you’ll see.
Poverty in poverty measures – Offsetting Behaviour on absolute and relative poverty and also testing whether we are liked – why some people leave it to the last minute to reply to invitations..
Monday Inspiration – A Cat of Impossible Colour introduces the 10 + 2 x 5 technique for keeping you focussed and energised while working.
No I don’t like this Imperator Fish with Sir Cecil Worthington-Brown’s view on the royal engagement.