New Year’s Eve scares a lot of people because it has the effect of forcing people to reflect on their… Read more Plunging into the NYE Reflection Pool
A less serious blog post today – but this could be a discussion starter in preparation for #nyeathome. I do… Read more Cricket Memorabilia from The Preston Institute
It has been a most extraordinary past 48 hours, with #xmasathome and #nyeathome starting the process of keeping people connected… Read more The Positive Power of Twitter and its Impact on Loneliness
I have been absolutely blown away from the initial response to the idea of connecting people through the #xmasathome hashtag.… Read more Christmas At Home – How Could It Work?
Last year, whilst being in Melbourne, away from our home of Sydney, my partner and I were wondering about our… Read more Christmas at Home and New Year’s Eve at Home – Building a Twitter Community
It is silly season in Canberra politics – usually we see puff pieces about the DPM running around doing something.… Read more The Only Wedge at Christmas Should Be a Choc Wedge – The Nauru “Compromise”
Today we are starting to see the fallout from the poor crowd numbers at the first two Big Bash games… Read more Crowd Numbers aren’t a Disaster for the Big Bash
Last night I went to the first match in the new version of our domestic cricket T20 Big Bash competition… Read more Making Cricket into Footy – The Cricket Big Bash League
“It has been done in part to try and counter any challenge from Kevin Rudd” came Barrie Cassidy’s spin of our… Read more Spillard The Movie – Journalists Spinning the Reshuffle
The Classic 100 Countdown on ABC Classic FM demonstrated a great many things about our listening culture. One of them… Read more “There’s Nothing Like Being There…” Really?