[ jye ] Know your place – a visualisation of 16 Australian marketing blogs, based on how serious they are, and how much controversy they try to generate. A good introduction.
[ disassociated ] Stop trying ritual – a list of step to try to get back to being creative.
Everything you need to know about social media monitoring – a good summary of some tools that are available for monitoring what is being said about your company or keyword online. My favourite from the list was daymix.
[Bec] How NOT to use Powerpoint – 3:55 video: stand-up comedian delivery of a PowerPoint presentation to show common mistakes.
I often ask myself this question, and here’s an exploration of the answer: How Many Australian Twitter Users Are There?
[ ben ] Setting Up a Local Web Development Environment on a Mac with MAMP and VirtualHostX
How To turn a Dell Mini 9 Into the Ultimate OS X Netbook. This link is mostly for Gavin, who was showing off his Dell notebook at last week’s Sydney Coffee Morning. Though I’d read this in the past, I hadn’t really remembered the expression “hackintosh”.
J-moff writes insighfully on contentment – how having the choice between two really good things can be paralysing and ultimately unhelpful.
An argument for working from home one day per week.
Movie: Good A rare night at the movies, and nothing was really calling out for attention. Spotted this film, noted that it was a Viggo Mortensen lead role, and thought it might be interesting, despite mixed reviews on metacritic (40%). Though as a film, it’s nothing amazing, as a story, and as a moral journey […]