My Latest Twitter Updates

  • Cassidy: This is a govt that chronically starts debates before it is ready to argue them. #Insiders #
  • RT @Pollytics: New Trends & Gender Shifts http://bit.ly/me4Ova – new Pollytrend update & a quick look at gender breakdowns. #
  • Good profile of Peter Ryan, Nationals Deputy Premier in Victoria: http://auspol.info/ksLyaF #
  • Building esteem out in the shed: http://auspol.info/kwwdc9 – a nice piece in The Age yesterday. No byline. #
  • Boganism, a new form of class war? http://auspol.info/lWvsZm #
  • @GreatAuntMaud Broader than that, I think. Plenty of kids talk like that too. #
  • They always told me Brighton girls don't cry: http://auspol.info/iR2aBr #
  • @samanthamaiden Except that many people also equate it with attitudes/anti-intellectualism held by people materially better off than them. #
  • @jthommo101 I should have guessed. Thanks. #
  • @samanthamaiden I never allow even the broadest definition of any term to restrict my democratic right to express contempt! #
  • A life lived in two acts… RT @NeilMcMahon: My story today on the life and death of Jon Blake. http://auspol.info/l01c49 #
  • @empatt Thanks – interesting read. And Downton Abbey is on tonight.. #
  • @julieposetti No worries – I've been following your assessment of your students' Twitter feeds with interest! #
  • @ebuckleylennox But if you don't grow out of student politics…. http://auspol.info/l97MfL #
  • Catching up on the news: "I won't let them define our nation's narrative," says a teenager at the Say Yes rally. What does that mean? #
  • @peterjblack This drivel is everywhere now. She could just as easily have got it from what passes for History curriculum in the schools. #
  • God, now Bob Katter is yelling out of my television… they're comin' after me to take my seat… #
  • Letting light in on the libraries: http://auspol.info/jqNw1u (via @jennyluca) #
  • Sarah Palin and the politics of winging it: http://auspol.info/lZcote – no kowtowing to the media or the unwritten rules of campaigning. #
  • Michelle Grattan: "Nobody can believe the government on asylum seekers anymore." http://auspol.info/ke0R2w – "hoist on its own petard" #
  • Keith Dunstan wants an "Etymological Inquiry into the Acquisition of Suitably Vulgar Epithets": http://auspol.info/kHog4H #
  • Phillip Coorey: What a difference a year doesn't make. http://auspol.info/iHdTDH – the "political establishment" looks towards June 24. #
  • Glenn Milne is back at The Australian: "Julia Gillard's winter of discontent" http://auspol.info/itY3rh #
  • @adrallud I've been meaning to ask… what's with the back-to-front name? #
  • @Colvinius That's a worry… now I'm channelling you. #
  • @adrallud You can run but you can't hide! #
  • @adrallud You could try @Fakeadullard#
  • @adrallud Serious point: you should have a website/blog. Twitter should be an outpost, not the hub of your online presence. #
  • @adrallud Believe me, it doesn't take that long… #
  • @adrallud @katedoak But on Twitter you just disappear into the ether. And you don't control the platform in ANY way. #
  • @adrallud @katedoak This article is spot on, I believe. http://auspol.info/mFGTPl – Applies to individuals as well as business. #
  • @prestontowers Barenboim? My first exposure to Beethoven's piano works. Sentimental favourite. #
  • @adrallud Don't be fooled by the marketing jargon. It's part of your CV. And it allows you to curate your own work. #
  • @prestontowers I saw him perform once at the Lincoln Centre in NY. Even rearranged my itinerary to do it. Blame my piano teacher! #
  • @adrallud It doesn't mean you leave social network sites but I found a re-evaluation of what I'm doing was useful. #
  • Mark Day: Time for some reality check in digital revolution. http://auspol.info/mDW2fk #

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