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There wasn’t an episode of The 9pm Edict last night either, due to continuing illness. Bother.
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22 March 2015 in Weekly Wrap
My week of Monday 16 to Sunday 22 March 2015 didn’t quite go to plan, but the changes were mostly just irritations. As mentioned last week, I had planned to stay on in Melbourne for a few days, but a closer look at the budget made it clear that wasn’t possible. And then my return […]
15 March 2015 in Weekly Wrap
My week of Monday 9 to Sunday 15 March 2015 wasn’t quite as hectic as last week, but that was deliberate. I even managed to fit in my planned visit to the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society (HARS) on Saturday — a journey that necessitated four hours of train travel there, and another four hours back. […]
08 March 2015 in Weekly Wrap
My week of Monday 2 to Sunday 8 March 2015 was productive, although not everything happened in the sequence that I’d intended, and not everything has appeared yet. Articles Australian lawmakers can’t use phones, will vote on data retention, ZDNet Australia, 3 March 2015. It’s kind of a rant, but now that the internet has […]
05 March 2015 in The 9pm Edict
Australia has chosen its face for Eurovision 2015, and it needs a shave. Christopher Pyne explains science. And Malcolm Turnbull explains reality. In this podcast, there’s talk of logic, leadership, public relations, science and Florida. Obviously. You can listen to the podcast below. But if you want all of the episodes, now and in the […]
It’s not every day that I end up talking about my experiences in Thai urinals on live radio, but that’s exactly what I did today. It’s all down to Vicki Kerrigan. Kerrigan is the drive-time presenter on ABC 105.7 Darwin, and a story about Airpnp caught her eye — or that of her producer. No, […]