My Latest Twitter Updates

  • The Planning Fallacy: http://t.co/mhmWXrxr – David Brooks on the limits of govt power & a wonderful story about curriculum development. #
  • "Fire somebody. No – fire a lot of people." http://t.co/LmDePGcT – James Carville's rescue plan for Obama. #
  • I do enjoy Mr. Atkins: http://t.co/Ue9tWj2Y #
  • @NeilMcMahon Can't be done, as far as I know. The settings menu doesn't have that option, more's the pity. #
  • @NeilMcMahon No, they seem to be unique to the device and application, but I thought I read something about an Akismet option. #
  • @NeilMcMahon I was tempted by your rave review… that price has probably pushed me over the edge. #
  • @NeilMcMahon I've found it for $9.99 but it says I need to download by wi-fi … I've only got 3G at home… http://t.co/HubFhVLZ #
  • Queensland has a new Deputy Premier: http://t.co/c9QahXSn #
  • @NeilMcMahon I must be missing something but the reason I have 3G is so I don't have to rely on the vagaries of wi-fi. Doesn't seem logical. #
  • The Great HSU Database Mystery of 2011. #Lateline #
  • On this day in 1975, Papua New Guinea ceased to be an Australian colony: http://t.co/LuVBDBYk #
  • @Tweeteffall It's a vital and fascinating piece of information… #
  • 11am Monday, my place: http://t.co/FQ1FX19r #
  • Wayne Swan, Finance Minister of the Year? http://t.co/mrzJcoeV – Laurie Oakes thinks there's a good chance. #
  • Who needs a CV when a tweet says much more: http://t.co/Ot31oWnS – Mark Textor on Twitter-derived insights into potential employees. #
  • @tomleeaus I demand you tweet the whole story… #
  • Get your feet off the coffee table: http://t.co/eswgocYh – the independents on minority govt & Abbott's embrace of the far-right. #
  • @tomleeaus You still there now? #
  • The parliamentary debate on the carbon tax has all the sophistication of a slapstick movie, says Lenore Taylor. http://t.co/8sx5xXp2 #
  • @hostrombrown My invoice for curation is in the mail… #
  • Abbott in a win-win position as Gillard outsources policy: http://t.co/YUT0mutu – outsourcing the advocacy as well, says Shaun Carney #
  • Martin Flanagan: Act and speak naturally. Can't be that hard. http://t.co/QFDxDx5N #
  • Bill Leak sets the tone for The Australian's response to Robert Manne: http://t.co/PyzmgbG0 #
  • Chris Mitchell on Robert Manne: Shoring up his own moral superiority and settling old scores. http://t.co/em9B0EQu #
  • Graham Lloyd on Robert Manne: ".. charge of muddled thinking against the newspaper cannot be sustained." http://t.co/A8WPqEN8 #
  • Michael Stutchbury on Robert Manne: Pro-market reforms of the past generation have made us more prosperous. http://t.co/PAvup3tJ #
  • Greg Sheridan on Robert Manne: "The whole pamphlet is less an essay than a 40,000 word tweet." http://t.co/WdX1PDa3 #
  • Chris Kenny on Robert Manne: ".. a sense of paranoia.. silly assumptions.. a low opinion of the public." http://t.co/n3LHO2lH #
  • Matthew Lamb on Robert Manne: ".. a pre-emptive strike in a global culturual war." http://t.co/kLOxiwTj #
  • @JuliusFlywheel He's quoting Manne, not putting the proposition himself. Worth a read. #
  • Nicholas Rothwell: The Australian is a mirror to the nation at large. http://t.co/MpmhFnrE #
  • Nicolas Rothwell: The Australian is a mirror to the nation at large. http://t.co/MpmhFnrE #
  • 1/2 Rothwell: "Where the upscale broadsheets and the national news services of the ABC tend to reflect the values of a class … #
  • 2/2 Rothwell: ".. The Australian plays to the preoccupations of a nation." #
  • The Australian: "Manne offers us a glimpse of his alternative nation. For a fuller picture, we recommend..1984: http://t.co/m1HLgfvI #
  • @JuliusFlywheel Well, I think I've now read the lot… they do go him but it varies from piece to piece. #
  • @JuliusFlywheel They will be accused of ignoring central elements of Manne's essay, eg. the pursuit of critics. #

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