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The world according to Clare “chk chk BOOM” Werbeloff

May 26, 2009 10

Can you werbeloff? It's easy!

They tried to tell us we’re too young

May 26, 2009 8

Former Daily Tele editor David Penberthy offers some words of wisdom to the newly-appointed editor of The Monthly, 23-year-old Ben Naparstek.

News Limited’s future: leaner, meaner and tighter

May 26, 2009 1

The true extent of the job losses at News Limited is becoming clearer with details emerging from Queensland which reveal how each of the states will centralise their operations to cut costs.

ACMA’s blacklist stuff up response: “so sue us”

May 26, 2009 4

ACMA has told a Senate Estimates hearing that owners of websites mistakenly or maliciously added to its web filtering blacklist will have to sue it or seek redress from the Commonwealth Ombudsman.

Racist, who, us? Si senor!

May 26, 2009 9

Ex Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming, to Mexican immigrants. So why the sombero?

How the media works, chapter 48, in an occasional series of 12: Swine Flu.

May 26, 2009

How much coverage swine flu got when there were no cases in Australia, compared with a week in which it was slowly spreading through our schools and cruise ships. Weird.

Kidnapped Australian photographer asks for more help

May 26, 2009

Australian photographer Nigel Brennan, who is being held hostage in Somalia for nine months, has urged the government to do more to secure his release.

Weeds presents: the history of weed

May 26, 2009

Showtime advertises the new series of Weeds with a bit of infotainment about the controversial plant.

Is Annie Leibovitz facing bankruptcy?

Is Annie Leibovitz facing bankruptcy?

May 26, 2009

An involuntary bankruptcy petition is set to be filed against celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz, claiming she owes $189,00. If successful, her entire photographic archive could be taken.

Watch out, Labour: Rupert prepares to switch horses

May 26, 2009

Britain's The Sun newspaper's endorsement matters partly because other media think it matters. And right now, though it has favoured New Labour, its support is wavering.