Archive | May, 2014


A silver lining in the dark cloud of Australian politics?

I recall having a conversation with a newly elected Senator from Western Australia who told me that “you cease to learn once you are elected to Parliament”.  She felt that so much time and energy was spent just dealing with the day to day of being a “politician” that there was precious little left to […]

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The World Wide Web and a still divided information world

This photograph says it all really! Three people, armed with smartphones, on the top of a skyscraper overlooking a polluted city. It was taken on the top floor of the Seoul CODEX Intercontinental Hotel just prior to having the most expensive gin and tonic in history (at least for us!). We were attending the 23rd […]

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