Daily Review 22/07/2016

Written By: - Date published: 6:00 pm, July 22nd, 2016 - 9 comments
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9 comments on “Daily Review 22/07/2016”

  1. weka 2

    Red gumboots?

  2. gsays 3

    the photo is taken in feilding’s square. market in background.

  3. joe90 5

    Fifty thousand Turkish educators sacked. //

    pic.twitter.com/5dEoEo49zN— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) July 22, 2016

  4. the pigman 6

    At risk of breaking a policy to do with linking, I see that lunch with Helen Kelly is being auctioned to raise money for a Loss and Grief charity. Since it isn’t for profit, and since it is Helen, I hope you won’t object:

    I’d happily bid 10 times the going reserve if there was any prospect of me being in NZ in time to make use of the opportunity:


    • lprent 6.1

      Don’t mind linking – especially for Helen. Linking information is what the web was designed to do. It wouldn’t surprise me if this one gets thrown up on the site as a post to help. Helen even has a author login here so she could do it herself.

      We do have a policy against astroturfing links, ie repeatably dropping a meme or links into our site for the purpose of advertising. That becomes a case of “I know it when I see it” rather than a hard or fast rule. That is why we will tolerate Penny self-promoting on Open Mike, provided 1) it doesn’t get too long and 2) isn’t available elsewhere to link to.

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