My Latest Twitter Updates

  • Mitt Romney: the professional you hire to get the job done, even if your side wants Braveheart. http://t.co/PbW0SK11 – David Brooks #
  • Chris Christie: a bull in a china shop? http://t.co/bXyXMpSA – Richard Cohen #
  • Occupy Wall Street movement planting nationwide seeds, but only vaguely: http://t.co/ybZGKuOO #
  • @sunili Chalking up small victories? #
  • I think the membership is shrieking AND shrinking. #abc730 #
  • I knew it. Altruism is bad for you. http://t.co/xuad0E25 #
  • And here's Susan Mitchell, author of "Tony Abbott – A Man's Man" on Sky News #Showdown http://t.co/a4O9obCn #
  • Trouble is, if you read Duffy's "Latham and Abbott" a few years ago, there's nothing else in this. http://t.co/a4O9obCn #
  • @samanthamaiden I read it yesterday and it's pretty thin stuff but to be fair to her she only claims it as a polemic. #
  • @samanthamaiden It's full of amateur psychobabble, but she does cover the main strands of anti-Abbott sentiment. #
  • @samanthamaiden I could have given her better stories about the university years! #
  • @DanielleCronin @lapuntadelfin So how many dead cats have you two got in the fridge? #
  • "The discovery of the accelerating expansion of the universe through observations of distant supernovae." http://t.co/Gf9W1htZ #
  • "Astounding revelations": The Age names Reserve Bank Dep Gov Battellino & others over Securency corruption claims: http://t.co/A9x2ORH4 #
  • Shaun Carney says Andrew Wilkie is gradually killing the government he co-created: http://t.co/hoOVks3L #
  • The Age has Louise Adler's piece on Susan Mitchell's Abbott book. Published in SMH last Saturday & online since. http://t.co/Fru7BuXY #
  • "Twits are as twits do." Philosopher Damon Young assesses the value of Twitter: http://t.co/RA0gUStH – and misses the point? #
  • @adrallud I don't disagree with anything much that he says but he doesn't seem to understand what people, media & business are doing here. #
  • @adrallud I wonder if learned articles appeared in the papers when the telephone became ubiquitous? There's a lot of crap on it as well. #
  • @_DanSc To borrow your profile description, it's self-explanatory… isn't it? #
  • @adrallud Indeed. Every social contact I have – in person, on phone, email, Twitter – is part value, part banal, part bon mot. #
  • @_DanSc As @deniswright just said, it's a means of finding info. A news source. A means of driving people elsewhere. Standard business tool. #
  • @_DanSc I don't really disagree with anything he said in the article but it's a very narrow view of what Twitter is and does. #
  • @_DanSc Some people just chat & socialise with friends. Many more develop professional networks and business links. #
  • @_DanSc I think the most important thing about Twitter is where people go when they leave it: to a website, a media outlet, a business, etc. #
  • @_DanSc And in fact the links between all those places are seamless now. Twitter is a hub, not a place in its own right. #
  • Industry Minister Kim Carr: While the warr on science rages, the innovators go about their work. http://t.co/XUUVclYw #
  • American ABC network says New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has decided not to seek the Republican nomination for president. #
  • @Tweeteffall @Carey_Moore David Brooks had an interesting piece on Romney today: http://t.co/bgRUmQoH #
  • RT @gabrielsherman: With outlets reporting Christie is a no go, the Fox News primary remains open. Christie was Ailes' choice. #
  • Paul Kelly says the real choice is pokies reform or the termination of Gillard: http://t.co/J4Ijy9Py #

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