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Why the media will survive the digital age
The role of the media is changing, no doubt, but its influence and penetration remain and that ought to be cause for celebration - just ask News L...
14 January 2013
99 sources of information but Twitter ain’t one
As a reader of American politics, last Tuesday should have been a highlight for me. But, after 18 months of relentless, ear-splitting propaganda, ...
09 November 2012
Is farming ready to be put to the test?
During the past couple of months. I've spent my life engrossed in agriculture. As a former editor of a farmers’ newspaper this period has brough...
10 October 2012
Thinking in threes: when my worlds collide
Some of you may know I lead a second life. For those who don’t, here it is: I’m a history nerd and love to attend history events and work on h...
09 September 2012
Why outsiders make good editors and why desserts and presentations don’t mix
One evening last month I missed a call from Currie’s general manager, Susan McNair, asking if I would go to Manila in three days’ time for wha...
05 July 2012
Strength of diversity key to our future
Several years ago I met a wise man. His name is Dr Michael Schluter CBE. At one time, Michael worked in East Africa and he has a talent for unders...
26 April 2012
Is there such thing as Evel PR?
Recently I read Leigh Montville’s biography on Evel Knievel, simply titled Evel. As a boy, Evel Knievel was the personification of awesome. The ...
25 March 2012
Shane Warne is a fervent, frequent and at times, frivolous user of Twitter. Despite many tweets that end with hahaha – he has mastered the art a...
25 February 2012
Why talking tenses is more fun than the beach
Other people with three days off might go to the beach or catch up on some movies. Not me. Like any true nerd armed with time off, last week I a...
24 July 2011