Go on, get criticised

During my first weekend back in Australia, I wrangled the time to catch up with a friend. Over lunch, she made a comment that kicked off a stream of thoughts I’ve been wanting to post about for a while. Her comment was actually in relation to this blog you’re reading now. She mentioned I had […]

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My case study from WordCamp Melbourne

I recently spoke at the informal, locally-organised conference WordCamp Melbourne, which unsurprisingly covered everything WordPress related. My presentation was a case study titled: ‘Using WordPress for Magazine Publishing’, and while quite macroscopic in approach – I hoped the largely-technical audience found something useful or interesting to take away. All talks were filmed on the day, and after […]

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Abstract journalism

A while ago I posted this twitpic of a rough diagram I crudely drew in a free online paint program. I didn’t get any comment back at the time, but as people do with charts, feel I now need to labour the point. What a good journalist can do is take all ‘matter‘ within their […]

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