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Pen forges forward
Spring birdhouse

A new horizon beckons

Named the 3rd great force for good

Make your message prayerful

Clearly active and understood

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SCG secrets
Sydney Cricket Ground

There is something about the Australian summer cricket season, that, by summer’s end, I know I will miss over winter. The SCG (Sydney Cricket Ground) encapsulates a disparate array of feelings and memories for young and old alike. Today’s article about the SCG by Pat Sheil, published in the Sydney Morning Herald, caught my attention.

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New born gall

Once upon a sunburnt sky

I pondered what it meant

The snakes, the trees, the ashen lie

of love and all it bent

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UBleam: The Smart Logo

Packaging is turning interactive! Thanks to the introduction of the App “Ubleam“. Ubleam is a mobile device that once installed consumers can scan a company’s specially designed logo that then connects the user with their website, Facebook, Twitter or YouTube pages. Ubleam is a really simple, convenient and fun way for businesses to interact with their

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Pen forges forward

A new horizon beckons

Named the 3rd great force for good

Make your message prayerful

Clearly active and understood

Read More...

SCG secrets

There is something about the Australian summer cricket season, that, by summer’s end, I know I will miss over winter. The SCG (Sydney Cricket Ground) encapsulates a disparate array of feelings and memories for young

Read More…

New born gall

Once upon a sunburnt sky

I pondered what it meant

The snakes, the trees, the ashen lie

of love and all it bent

Read More...

UBleam: The Smart Logo

Packaging is turning interactive! Thanks to the introduction of the App “Ubleam“. Ubleam is a mobile device that once installed consumers can scan a company’s specially designed logo that then connects the user with their website,

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Why social media is relevant to farming communities

Passionate about sharing the stories, produce and lifestyles of rural communities with urban dwellers and consumers, we want to share the following article with you. It highlights a couple of significant reasons why you need

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Time to start asking questions about Instagram

Recently I was at a business brunch where the guest speaker, the former editor of Vogue Australia magazine Kristie Clements, in her address proposed Instagram as the new must-have platform for a company’s publicity. Later

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Developing a social media policy

A significant component of a digital communications strategy is the development of information policies, inclusive of a social media policy. Considering the following six concerns will help kick-start the development of your policy: Intellectual Property (IP)

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It’s all about the #hashtag

In today’s crazy social media world one way to define and organise the number of posts out there is to use hashtags. Hashtags have a simple purpose and a simple meaning.  After each post, be

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How Pistorius levelled the playing field

Last night, full of other human connection intentions, I did the quick pre-button off, what’s-happening-in-the-rest-of- the- world channel surf. More than an hour and a half later, Pistorius was released on bail; my lover was

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Launch social media into your business space today

Launching social media into your business space can be daunting. You know it will take more than a Facebook post or a tweet to engage and sustain community interest. 7 key words underpin a social

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Fast, fully self-sufficient Australian housing

The perfect solution for fast, temporary and fully self-sufficient accommodation. With the customisable modules…the possibilities are endless. Contact us for further information.   _______________ Image: Canopy Australia | Architect designed modular housing (Image source: Canopy Australia)

Blue Cordial

Happy New Year Whilst you rest, relax and recuperate from the busy year behind you, holiday, friends, family and fun help create space for creativity and new plans for your business for the year ahead.

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Do you have a race plan?

Interesting to read Mark Bouris’ thoughts on Social Media (The Age) and the “time commitment” required to keep up.   “SOCIAL media is a great tool when used effectively, and many people turn to it

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5 things I learned about Pinterest

In terms of Social Media trends Pinterest is currently one of the most popular Social Networking platforms. User numbers hit 10 million users faster than any other Social Media website, including Facebook, according to http://www.comscore.com/.

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The value of looking after & sustaining your online reputation

Have a watch of this great video by Rachel Botsman, founder of The Collaborative Lab, writer and thought-leader on the idea of Collaborative Consumption. This particular Ted Talk addresses the idea of reputation as a

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Top 7 things Gen Y love about Social Media

For Gen Y using Social Media for all its purposes is as natural to us as brushing our teeth, it’s just a part of our daily routine.  It is something that is ingrained in our

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Why you should ‘like’ Archecolour on Facebook

… because in an increasingly connected online world, the eco-conscious homes, offices and farms from which you tweet, update or connect, should surround you with the colours and comforts a sustainable planet generously offer. It

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What Blue Cordial can do for you

Create effective websites Edit & update websites Arrange domain registration & hosting services Implement Social Media ~ setup Facebook, Twitter & YouTube pages, profiles and channels Manage your Social Media – post updates, tweets and comments

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Happy clients

What a delight and pleasure to assist the following businesses increase their business opportunities by getting active online: Grounded Consulting The Diesel Mechanic One of the greatest joys Blue Cordial receives when developing strategies and

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White Hat :: Black Hat

White Hat strategies in laymans terms: open honest genuine authentic reputable compatible companion Black Hat strategies: Robots Insincere Ingenuous Numbers only Underhanded Technologically unethical

Top 5 weekly observations – 8 June 2012

Trust Twitter to break the news that affects you Congratulations Facebook on implementing update scheduling 🙂 Be courtside at Roland Garros care of Twitter Will you use Airtime?  I love the 2012 Tourism Australia commercial

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Top 5 weekly observations

Facebook financial stock shares are a long term investment (if you chanced it) Twitter is quiet without a global disaster or scandal (better for focussed connections) Is Pinterest a short-lived fad? (more SM managers required)

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Buying Furniture: There’s No Excuse Not To Be Sustainable

The Sustainable Furnishings Council, is an organisation that furnishing companies can join to promote products that have been awarded the CE Mark, which shows they were manufactured under standards set by European health, safety and environmental protection legislation.

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The Internet Is Probably Not Making You Lonely c/- Dialogue Consulting

So much is written about the loneliness effects anecdotally induced by our Social Media lives and our increasingly connected online world. Because I agree with the following article by Dialogue Consulting I  wanted to share

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Eco Friendly Decorating For The Baby Room

The new baby’s room: why painting with eco-friendly paint is so important. Guest writer Tom Demers is here to offer a few reasons …  Eco Friendly Decorating For The Baby Room When it comes to

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Proud to be different

          I am so excited that you have taken the time to visit the Archecolour website. Thank you. It is not compulsory to register to access the site, but by doing

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INF206: Evaluative & Reflective report – OLJ

“the more something is shared, the more valuable it becomes” (anon) INTRODUCTION Contrary to the notion that the rarer a thing is, the more value it attracts, the above quotation captures the essence, concepts, experiences and

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5 good reads before developing a SM policy

Good read (Source: Getty images) Social Media policies specifically relevant to Australian ecological and/or environmental organisations are currently limited in number. The following five (5) documents do, however, offer useful insights and discussion topics for the development of a Social Media policy for the Ecological Agriculture Australia Association (EAAA). These links can also be found on

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