Monthly Archives: April 2011

Musings on economics and society

I came across this excellent video, which is doing the rounds all over the internet at the moment, called ‘Fight of the Century: Keynes v Hayek’. It is a very well produced video, around ten minutes long, that features mustachioed … Continue reading

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From where the pigeons look like doves

This morning I went to the Anzac Dawn Service held at the Cenotaph outside the Lower Hutt War Memorial Library. It’s the first time for years I’ve been to a dawn service. The last time was to a service held … Continue reading

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Crown Lynn – it’s in my brainscape

Yesterday I went to the Wellington City Gallery to check out the Crown Lynn exhibition. Crown Lynn, for those that don’t know, is a 20th century New Zealand institution. A ceramics manufacturer that achieved widespread recognition and a place on … Continue reading

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In defense of social media

The other day I had a conversation with a group of people with mixed experience in the sphere of social media. I found myself defending┬ásocial media. Here’s why… Some nay-sayers hate the internet. They say that we’re losing our ability … Continue reading

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