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There’s pages and pages more of fabulous shots already submitted. Have you submitted your shot yet?

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Two of the best speakers in the world on corporate communications are over here in Australia for two one-day events. Book these in your diary:

SYDNEY MASTERCLASS: A half day with Steve and Cindy Crescenzo – 3 Oct 2012
Strategic Creative Communications full-day workshop with Steve and Cindy Crescenzo – 4 Oct 2012

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My chat with Amajjika has certainly reminded me of my responsibilities as a content author and provider. I have given myself a proverbial kick up the rear and promise that I’ll do better from now on.

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Yellow Pages have launched a competition to find great images to put on its front covers

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Applications to ICANN, the body that coordinates internet addresses, for new top level domains is closing soon so support for the new .NGO is needed now.

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FortyTwoTimes is motoring along quite nicely

by Lee Hopkins on February 2, 2012 · 0 comments

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Duncan Riley (he of Techcrunch and The Inquisitr fame) has a new site – FortyTwoTimes.com

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I know, I know… Thomas Dolby is nothing to do with business communication, but my musical hero is conducting a whistle-stop trip to Sydney and it’s the perfect opportunity for musos and Thomas-philes to recharge their musical batteries. For those of you who may not know, Thomas first broke into the charts in the early […]

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We were bribed with the opportunity to sit in the new Cruze Hatch, a locally-made and Australian-designed new car from the Holden stable

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Check out the video at the top of this post to learn more and visit the CTK Foundation’s page to apply, but hurry up because the grant closes August 15.

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HURRY, TIME is running out. The workshop is next Friday, the 8th July. In conjunction with the LGMA (Local Government Managers Australia) I’m running a one-day workshop on social media for local governments and councils. Sub-titled ‘Conversing with your communities for fun and profit’, this workshop recognises that social media has become the preferred communication […]

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