My Latest Twitter Updates

  • The everyday politics of perpetual electioneering: http://t.co/vSzUV52e – excellent piece in Inside Story on electorate work by MPs. #
  • Robert Manne: How can climate change denialism be explained? http://t.co/7QO5mYtZ #
  • We have..created the most successful & unique economic & policy arrangement of the late 20th & early 21st century. http://t.co/f7n28PWi #
  • Watching the replay of Turnbull's journalism speech on http://t.co/Qbsq4qtU – is there anyone else in today's Liberal Party who compares? #
  • A Turnbull aside, not in the official transcript of his journalism speech: "I'm against denialism of all kinds." #
  • @sandraom I've put the audio and text up here: http://t.co/laKVOGlw – the video is available here: http://t.co/PaNGUvil #
  • @Grassy_Noel What a wonderful word that is! #
  • Colonel Potter is dead: http://t.co/LztPvFhp (via @BBCWorld) #
  • Harry Morgan: Colonel Potter of M.A.S.H. http://t.co/69SAj6Uz & for those with longer memories, Dragnet: http://t.co/h07FNRXj #
  • Intellectuals and Politics: http://t.co/VdnCpkZx #
  • Admittedly no friend, but Karl Rove has some organisational reasons why Newt Gingrich may struggle: http://t.co/zcZlp83i #
  • Charles Dickens and Miriam Margolyes coming up on #LNL http://t.co/dyUJtnCb #
  • @airefueg Oops… you're right. Should have been: http://t.co/h5l3sb3a #
  • CORRECT LINK: Admittedly no friend, but Karl Rove has some organisational reasons why Newt Gingrich may struggle: http://t.co/h5l3sb3a #
  • Clare Tomalin, Dickens biographer, on her favourite novel: "The most perfect is probably Great Expectations." #LNL #
  • How 20 Popular Websites Looked When They Launched http://t.co/YB2Y78qq (via @TweetSmarter) #
  • If you want to boggle your mind, watch this story on the Goldilocks planet: http://t.co/Vv49zqwZ – "the commute's brutal" #
  • Sir Zelman Cowen, Governor-General after Kerr, has died, aged 92: http://t.co/7XcgKVNc #
  • @smurray38 Yes, just about to tweet that very line. Almost counts as an admission. #
  • The Age quotes Malcolm Fraser saying Sir Zelman Cowen "restored Australia's faith in the office of Governor-General". #
  • @richardtuffin So where's the YouTube video clip?! #
  • Trivia note: Sir Zelman Cowen was born on the day Alfred Deakin died – October 7, 1919. #
  • Cowen died on the 34th anniversary of the day he took office as Governor-General, December 8, 1977, two days before Fraser was re-elected. #
  • Video of the launch of the Burnet Institute's Sir Zelman Cowen Foundation, June 8, 2010: http://t.co/oXLRucrQ #
  • Fin Review's @latingle says Gillard is weighing a reshuffle. Nick Sherry & Robert McClelland may go. Wong to Attorney-General possible. #
  • "It's not all gloom in Wayne's world" http://t.co/LqHz9ayP – Friday Canberra Observed column from Laura Tingle. #
  • Lots of blank space at The Australian right now… http://t.co/rVEuQ4if #
  • Richard Ackland on RuddTV: "What were they smoking to have allowed a ruthless global organisation within cooee.." http://t.co/vPT0FrDP #
  • The trouble with Kevin is, well, Kevin: http://t.co/Ug6DsSCI – Michelle Grattan says Rudd will remain a thorn in Gillard's side in 2012 #

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