I spent a few days finding out about the work done at the Indigenous Wellbeing Centre in Bundaberg, where the focus is on solving problems holistically rather than treating symptoms.
There is no doubt about it; news organisations are in serious trouble. Budgets have been slashed, left, right, and centre. Papers that have been around for over 100 years have shut their doors.
Today I had the pleasure of reading the first chapter of an upcoming book called ‘Speak Human: Outmarket the Big Guys by Getting Personal’
Well I opened up my twitter account two days ago and I realised it was different. The thing I did not realise is that it had not changed for everyone until Techcrunch posted an article HERE about the new layout.
Journalists from all over the world know the impact which the current economy is having on local papers. Even without the credit crisis, newspapers have been struggling in an endless battle with online news and social media.
What better tribute to Australia Day then to check out some of the amazing images which have been taken in this country. I hope you will find them as amazing as I have.
It’s that time of year again! It’s the time when Australians get together and celebrate all that’s good about our fantastic country. Check out the winners!
So you have spent all your Christmas holidays listening to all the talk about Barack Obama taking over as the most powerful man alive. In fact, you have probably been swept up with all the hype.
As of today it appears that Apple Australia have started hiring staff for new stores to be in Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast.