My Latest Twitter Updates

  • What have I missed? Any news from COAG? #
  • @jaseygalore Good to see you keeping a close eye on matters… in reply to jaseygalore #
  • RT @KarenMMiddleton: Rudd has found extra cash. Another $1.2b for elective surgery, A&E. Strings heavily attached. Premiers thinking. #coag #
  • The iron man at COAG: http://bit.ly/bGcVWn – Stephen Mills says Rudd is dominating with a discipline and energy like we've never seen. #
  • Oh, oh… RT @LaurieOakes: Word is stateTreasury number crunchers say big bit of Rudd's new offer is not new money. #
  • RT @LaurieOakes: Rudd's big sweetener was presented to Premiers without paperwork. #
  • Get a grip, for crisis sake: http://bit.ly/8ZSnO9 – 564 million Indians have a mobile phone but only 366 million have proper sanitation. #
  • Bob Woodward still fears government officials are keeping something from him: http://bit.ly/9we1Ve #
  • "The greatest point of order in the English-speaking parliament ever": http://bit.ly/arLMOt Bill Yates, former MHR for Holt, dies at 88. #
  • @stemcd He was a bit of an eccentric local member, as I recall. in reply to stemcd #
  • Volcano 1, Internet 0.01: http://bit.ly/cfJX9Y – companies still treating their online presence as secondary. (via @chrisbrogan) #
  • Ridout on #qanda: "The states spend more than they raise" – in a nutshell, the definition of Vertical Fiscal Imbalance. #
  • The anti-Christine Nixon campaign is led by the Herald-Sun, Bolt, 3AW, Mitchell and the Police Union. I know what that tells me. #qanda #
  • Carl Williams bludgeoned with an exercise bike, according to the Herald-Sun: http://twitpic.com/1gsvge #
  • @Tzarimas They worked in tandem… in reply to Tzarimas #
  • Dick Smith, who can never get on television, resorts to web-cam question on #qanda… #
  • @Tzarimas That was meant to be a bike joke… I'll stick to my day job! in reply to Tzarimas #
  • Newspoll: ALP 54, Coalition 46. Better Prime Minister Rudd 56, Abbott 29. http://bit.ly/diG3xz #
  • @empatt But this volcano story is about whether companies take online and social media seriously when faced with a crisis. Different issue? in reply to empatt #
  • @empatt My point on the speed thing was whether it fundamentally altered anything. I don't believe it does for the consumer. in reply to empatt #
  • There's at least one of these every week! … RT @irennees: What's #qanda ?? #
  • @irennees Questions and Answers – a live weekly current affairs panel with studio audience on Australian Broadcasting Corporation television in reply to irennees #
  • @GrogsGamut Now you're just being silly! in reply to GrogsGamut #
  • @GrogsGamut Joan Kirner was at the peak of her popularity during her time as Premier. Didn't stop a landslide defeat in 92. in reply to GrogsGamut #
  • @GrogsGamut I didn't make it to the P.O. tonight but will do so tomorrow. in reply to GrogsGamut #
  • @GrogsGamut Anything's possible, I suppose, but from down here it looks similar to Kirner – KK loses, say, 30 seats, hangs on to 25? in reply to GrogsGamut #
  • @Skigod Sounds like you got a better deal than some of her comrades… in reply to Skigod #
  • @GrogsGamut Not at the time. He was still widely seen as a joke, bull in a china shop. But the voters had their baseball bats out. in reply to GrogsGamut #
  • @GrogsGamut The Victorian ALP never polled as low as the NSW ALP is polling these days. The massacre is coming. in reply to GrogsGamut #
  • For Chinese, Web Is the Way To Entertainment: http://nyti.ms/cacJG2 – the surprising power of online communities in China. #
  • RT @smurray38: Being a Greens Cabinet Secretary in Tasmania: all solidarity and no responsibility? http://bit.ly/bIxnMS #

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