My Latest Twitter Updates

  • Bernard Woolley on the media inquiry: "Railway trains are impartial too, but if you lay down the lines for them that's the way they go." #
  • RT @latikambourke: Cabinet Minister Craig Emerson: 'I wouldn't call it an absolutely wide-ranging media inquiry.' #
  • @conceravota We have a different emphasis – my argument is not about what the media does/doesn't do. Good politicians can get around that. #
  • I'm really worried that I'm on the wrong side of history. #
  • @lapuntadelfin But I can't until they stop the boats. #
  • @lapuntadelfin We'll never get around to Bringing Australians Together if we do that. #
  • @lapuntadelfin I don't think that's one of the things that matters. #
  • Compare The Pair: http://t.co/MwpDpIU – new ALP ad on climate change #
  • As dailies die, small town weeklies are thriving in the US: http://t.co/85mQyCX (via @mediaguardian) #
  • Is It Weird Enough Yet? http://t.co/Us56s12 – Thomas Friedman on climate change. "Sell crazy someplace else." #
  • 318 KBps – when the broadband in Iraq is better than in Idaho. http://t.co/PWdZJr8 #
  • Memoirs of a Geisha: http://t.co/YyldCGI – Maureen Dowd on Jackie Kennedy. A long silence "blazingly shattered". #
  • Execrable. #
  • @NewtonMark Reminds me of a Barry Dickens story about a dead man. "What did he die of?" Doctor: "Everything." #
  • "Journalists and broadcasters read it…" #
  • "turkeys involved in a xenophobic prognostication…" #
  • Romney versus Perry: Republicans saddle up for a long duel. http://t.co/W7aA4QA #
  • This ACMA database of Australian media holdings is very handy. http://t.co/z7OOQoH #
  • @deniswright I noticed you tearing your hair out over the decline in comprehension levels… #
  • Mining and manufacturing industries group says Abbott's 'direct action' would double carbon cost: http://t.co/H4po4sF #
  • @JuliusFlywheel It's just gone online… #
  • Lessons from the Canadian Left: http://t.co/woWpCwM – Bruce Hawker says ALP leadership ballots should be opened to party members. #
  • Deafened by roar of the crowd: http://t.co/V9yzXW2 – nice piece from Elizabeth Farrelly on 'market-mindedness'. #
  • Stephen Gibbes: a political adviser of many passions. http://t.co/2BTSiAP #
  • Michelle Grattan: Fuzzy logic raises questions about way the media inquiry will operate. http://t.co/7Hmc8W1 #
  • Risks of ANZUS alliance rising as value falls: http://t.co/IJFZGgV – Raoul Heinrichs says Aust must prepare for new contingencies. #
  • Liberal senators defy Abbott on granting of pairs: http://t.co/wXpp9xL – "a dangerous precedent that would come back to haunt" #

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