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I saw this pod online. It’s inspired me to think about building something similar on the farm. Would look awesome nestled under the Pine hedges! I’d love to hear if anyone has built something similar – send a pic! Check out http://www.archipod.co.uk/

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Just for a laugh and in the interest of iPhone experimentation, I built a small iPhone app of the Julian101 blog and twitter feeds! I do realise that not everyone hangs on everything I have to say, but for those out these who leap out of bed in the morning just to hear my thoughts […]

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Here’s an interesting visualization of the Apple App Store stats and economy. Have a good read, the numbers are pretty interesting. Am I right in assuming that monthly… 200,000,000 downloads p/m x 1/4 = 50,000,000 paid downloads 50,000,000 paid downloads x Av $2.59 = $129,500,000 Income $129,500,000 x 70% = $90,650,000 Income to Developers $90,650,000 […]

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During my daily reading i came across this interesting comment below on an article in iTWeb. It’s just further proof that the project management industry is massive and isn’t looking to shrink anytime soon. Article: http://tinyurl.com/yg8ujyd The economic stimulus assistance injected into major industrial countries to counter the effects of a global recession shone a […]

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I’m loving seeing the adoption of social media by our New Zealand Government and in particular, John Key (Prime Minister). Well done John! Looking back, I don’t think this would have worked with Labour, as Helen Clark wasn’t exactly what I’d call an ‘approachable’ lady, but the Nats  have done it well! John Key is […]

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