My Latest Twitter Updates

  • @cjjosh @profsarahj Yes, it's 1982 – 30 year rule has become 20 and they're releasing 2 years per year until 2020. 1981 released recently. #
  • And there I was hoping for a film review… RT @ABCthedrum: And the winner of The Drum's 2011 Top 50 is… http://t.co/iauR1KPC #
  • @cjjosh @profsarahj Except we haven't had a decent revelation in years. The good stuff is rarely in the official papers now. #
  • Five myths about the Iowa caucuses: http://t.co/YMzVhrri – Washington Post #
  • It may be the wrong time of year but I've now seen The Ides of March. #
  • @chrisabruns @JennyMikakos Yes, I agree, although I'm not necessarily convinced by the galloping conclusion. But a well crafted film. #
  • @chrisabruns @JennyMikakos The original play was called Farragut North, this one goes all Caesar-ian – perhaps a midpoint is more fitting! #
  • @Get_Shortened I thought you had to be dead to be a legend? #
  • @laurenetrim @DavidBuckley70 Well worth seeing for anyone interested in politics. Plenty of moral dilemmas. #
  • @Get_Shortened I don't even play football… #
  • @Kimbo_Ramplin Sir Humphrey on original ideas: "You know I've never done anything like that in my life." #
  • @JennyMikakos That's unfair – I'm allowed to be unsociable sometimes! Gratuitous advice here: http://t.co/V8wdVGmC #
  • Thoughtful piece from The Economist on social media, "the only area of business that seems to be recession-proof" http://t.co/IJHmc9vz #
  • "As communication grows ever easier, the important thing is detecting whispers of useful information in a howling hurricane of noise." #
  • @Gong92 Yes, the howling hurricane is only going to get louder. #
  • @AequoEtBono 100% might be overstating it a bit but thanks for the vote of confidence. #
  • What an interesting story this is: World War II code-cracking in Albert Park. http://t.co/w9NbuZxB #
  • Modernisation, not morality, is the dirty word of politics, says the UK Daily Telegraph's political commentator: http://t.co/WkcyMueA #
  • 2011 was a "hinge" year, the year of the befuddled leader, says Wash Post's David Ignatius: http://t.co/hYYbF25s #
  • Charles Krauthammer reflects on the "cursed faculty" of human intelligence and the sovereignty of politics: http://t.co/NkHXHjWc #
  • @Drag0nista It's your turn now… #
  • @Drag0nista Most people I know have no such difficulty… #
  • @Drag0nista @Kimbo_Ramplin That photo is a little bit old now… #
  • Keynes was right, says Paul Krugman: http://t.co/ZytXWoBz – but no mention of the Australian experience. #
  • Rudded: the knack of being all things to all people. http://t.co/NMW8jS5u – David Burchell on the Rudd mystique. #
  • Rudded nothing. Josh Frydenberg says the 1940s Sir Robert Menzies provides a template for today's contest: http://t.co/GY7B9NWC #
  • @BiteTheDust Heh! Yet the time difference means you catch me when I'm at my chattiest. #
  • @katedoak It's the only app I've ever used on my desktop. Don't use it on mobile. Probably wouldn't be on Twitter without it. #
  • @BiteTheDust Not "need"… "possibly amenable to" is more accurate! #
  • @Leroy_Lynch @mrtiedt But "uncommitted" is not the same as "volatile". #
  • George Megalogenis: Unprincipled politicians – and the press – shown the door by disillusioned public. http://t.co/MAKiI0BL #
  • @Leroy_Lynch Well, who knows, but leave aside the polls and statistical analysis, what do you sense when you talk to people? #
  • Industrial relations, Victorian style: http://t.co/068L1d2W #
  • Andrew Follows and Eamon: http://t.co/hL8Ou0ju #
  • @fafner100 Saw it today also. Loved it, but not too sure about the galloping turnaround at the end. #
  • Tony Abbott's 2012 New Year Message: http://t.co/DPDHL6zt – repay the debt, protect our borders, be nearer to our best selves… #
  • @AshGhebranious Never miss an opportunity… #
  • @AshGhebranious I meant him, not you! #

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