Tin Tin 3D at Regent 3 Cinema Te Awamutu – my first 3D movie. The form more subtle and absorbing than expected and absolutely no problem for one who wears glasses.
Finding stuff on the Internet using Google (the default search engine by a county mile) is easy if it is unique and correctly presented.
Next year the Telecom NZ CDMA network will shut down. I need a new phone. So going all out what do I want?
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Very roughly Your Cambridge News advertising 66% content 33%. Cambridge Edition 60% advertising, 40% content. Saturday morning Herald section one around 50 / 50.
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The imagery is a little less compelling, on these two sites Slake & California is a place
Welcome Katrina Lintonbon new editor of Fairfax’s Matamata Chronicle.
If you were in Hamilton NZ this would be the extent of the oil spill.
On Tuesday, yesterday, 1/6/2010; the unveiling of the re-branded Lake Karapiro Domain and subsequent official opening of the new Lake Karapiro Domain ‘events complex’ – the Don Rowlands Centre.
Paul Reynolds littlehigh
What’s Andrew up to? I missed the first show drat. The first podcast which will be published early next week. Check out the Hamilton Community Radio show here, the Facebook page and for good measure some of Andrew’s recent music on Myspace.
Location, location, location ..
and The Daily Show of course! Go Andrew.
What is the communication gap? What is new? Why doesn’t advertising work any more? What is Vodafone? What is the NZ Herald?
A moment to savour. Composer Chris Thompson joins the Big Muffin Serious Band on stage for a unique rendition of the Hamilton song the first time composer and band have performed the BMSB standard together – at Community Radio Hamilton’s Incredible String Bands! Open Day 2010 – outside the studios in Collingwood Street, Hamilton – this afternoon.
Community Radio Hamilton invites you to its Incredible String Bands! Open Day 2010, outside the studios in the ASB building, 214 Collingwood Street. A family friendly event with fun for children of all ages.
The lineup is as follows: 3.00 Yanzi Xhu and Thom Klepach 3.30 Nate Taiapa and the Blues Society Blues Jam featuring Mr Darcy Perry 4.30 Der Kranks 5.10 Grupo Andino 5.30 Big Muffin Serious Band.
BTW if you can’t make it tune in to the simulcast (106.7 FM Hamilton City or AM 1206 Waikato region) of the gig from 4pm or connect to the live stream.
Smart and just a tad clever in a PR sort of way. Nice idea though – here is another (this one is a time waster!!) – BoomShakalaka.
Daily Show – ETA April apparently?
Early this afternoon Carol Stiles from RNZ National Country Life rings asking for use of the Tom Andrews Wholly Cow portrait. If you missed the item you can listen here during the coming week. I guess this is my little bit of for support RadioNZ – join the Facebook group. ref: photo
Lifestyle choices – I think it was on Thursday night that a young woman came to the door, about 6PM, selling subscriptions to the NZ Herald – no one had bothered to tell her that we already partake.
The NZ Herald concentrates on how similar our flag is to others with British Empire connections. Duh!
Michael Shaw’s BagNotes coverage of the Haitian earthquake and the politics of imagery in general is always thought provoking.
Cambridge based – advertorial for the most part – this is obviously not aimed at me – I guess I’m sort of over magazines anyway. Perhaps it’s aimed at people who like Flash Websites – The Sample Room for example (pity the lack of content and search engine visibility). Ho hum. There are mistakes – the sort I make because I don’t have an editor – it’s brooklands.net.nz, it was Cambridge Power Board and Karapiro is spelt so. Same market as the more established and BOP based Uno.Central; – they appear to share a similar template. Both published quarterly and retail for $10.00.
I think I want one. Or something very like it.