This, post 199, is dedicated to the concept of supporting sport and the importance it can have to people’s lives.… Read more Supporting Sport – The Power and the Passion
For many people, it’s been an exhausting year, especially those passionate about politics. For a percentage of those, it’s been… Read more Our Nation’s Conscience in Two Cartoons
Following the daily twitter political media stream, there’s a lot of attention paid to the columns by the key reactionary… Read more Mainstream Feelpinions about Politically Correct Nanny Statist Hitsquads
When I was at Sydney Uni, my favourite history teacher, Richard Waterhouse, used to make passing remarks about “Balmain Dinner… Read more Dinner Parties with Political Commentators – What Would They Be Like?
This is a guest blog post (her second) from my good friend and Wollongong area resident Vicky Chapman – @yowie9644… Read more Asylum Seekers: Our Paternalistic Benevolence vs Their Right to Self Determination – Guest Blog
Dear Twitter, I know you serve a worthwhile purpose in the modern social media landscape – you provide connections for… Read more An Open Letter to Twitter
Do you know people who say any or all of the following: “I don’t know how you get the time… Read more DIDO Social Media Users – Dip In, Dip Out
I sometimes wonder whether Samuel Beckett lives and whether Twitter conversations are actually his last, greatest and never ending play.… Read more Waiting for Fry – Beckett’s Last, Greatest Play
Those who know me and my writings about sport will know of my interest and reasons for supporting the GWS… Read more The Giants – A Continuing Eggshell Walk
Many people in the business world like going to conferences. They are often subsidised by their employers to go, stay… Read more TedX – Hillsong for Atheists?