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Double Feature at a movie theatre not near you, with Pink Floyds 'The Wall'.
Ash: You still don't understand what you're dealing with do you? Perfect organism. It's structural perfection is matched only by its hostility. Lambert: You admire it. Ash: I admire its purity. A survivor, unclouded by conscience, remorse, or delusions of morality. Parker: I've heard enough of this and i'm ...
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Give a whole new meaning to petulant pumpkin child Trump's sexist words.
Aria Watson is a young woman who refuses to be silent about sexism. And she's using art to speak up. Watson collects quotes from Donald Trump and paints them on the bodies' of women to drive home her point: we are here and you must treat us with equality. These shocking and callous quotes were ...
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Pure..erm..gold. (Gif)
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Mr Trump has been a very naughty boy, a shower of bad press lately ; )
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One of the all too many reasons why Microsoft are dicks of the highest order. Some of the worst UX ever in W10.
Watercooler won't dispense until it finishes updating Windows
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I bet so many have fallen for this.
Has your credit card been stolen?
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US Electoral College, what a bloody mess, and look what it's caused.
The bloated peach grabbed it by the genitals even with less votes. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/19/opinion/time-to-end-the-electoral-college.html
Designed to protect Southern slave states, this outdated institution undermines participatory democracy no matter who wins the White House.
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Apple appear clueless with this AirPod/ no headphone jack nonsense. Now it just seems to get worse...
One of the biggest problems for Apple’s AirPods (apart from "do they actually stay in your ears?") is finding the damn things if you lose one down the back of a couch. A $3.99 app that launched...
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Genius!
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Well done @starbucks Quite a feat. Aaand still my Australian coffee snob friends will bitch incessantly about them despite many never having tried a SBUX.

http://www.newstalk.com/Starbucks-will-soon-be-more-ubiquitous-than-Subway-and-McDonalds-

#starbucks 
The coffee giant predicted to end up with over 50,000 stores worldwide
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When you just have to beat your Candy Crush Saga score... Sadly it's a year old photo of App store ranking manipulation in China.
Chinese social media went a-flutter at this photo of an apparent App Store clickfarmer
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About time some major press recognised Apple are not the messiah and make mistakes (and nither is any tech company).
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-12-20/how-apple-alienated-mac-loyalists
Inside the company, the once iconic computer is getting far less attention than it once did.
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Overpriced dinosaurs Foxtel, now get to dictate what you shouldn't visit on the Internet.

Internet companies forced to block The Pirate Bay, bittorrent websites in Australia, Federal Court rules. By Will Ockenden and national technology reporter Jake Sturmer Updated Thu Dec 15 16:38:54 EST 2016. Watch The Pirate Bay. Video 0:38. The Government's decision to block Pirate Bay explained.
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Assistant Director, Digital
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Digital marketing, solutions & strategy, Social media & community management, Mobile & Desktop UX, Google product knowledge & Star Wars geekery.
Employment
  • Current Employer
    Assitant Director, Digital, 2014 - present
  • City Of Melbourne (Australia)
    Senior Digital Strategist (Australia), 2012 - 2014
  • RMIT University (Australia & Vietnam)
    Senior Manager, Digital. Marketing & Communications (Australia), 2010 - 2012
  • RMIT University (Australia)
    Manager, Web Marketing, Marketing & Communications, 2008 - 2010
  • Hewlett-Packard (Asia Pacific)
    Digital Consultant, Asia Pacific/Japan Region, 2007 - 2008
  • Hewlett-Packard (EMEA)
    EMEA Portals Manager/EMEA e-Communications Project Manager, 2006 - 2007
  • Hewlett-Packard (EMEA)
    EMEA Web Production Team Manager, 2003 - 2006
  • Hewlett-Packard (UK & Ireland)
    Web Production Team Manager, 2002 - 2003
  • Compaq (UK & Ireland)
    E-Business Partner Communications Manager, 2000 - 2002
  • Compaq (UK & Ireland)
    E-Commerce Team Leader (UK & Ireland), 1999 - 2000
  • Compaq (UK & Ireland)
    Partner Management Team Leader /Assistant Team Manger, 1998 - 1999
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Gold Coast, Australia
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Nashville, Tennessee - Los Angeles, USA - Melbourne, Australia - Glasgow, Scotland - Zurich, Switzerland - Munich, Germany - Richmond, England
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Introduction
Web Geek™, Digital Strategist & Marketer in UK, USA, Melbourne & now Gold Coast. Social maven, Google-aholic, Simplicity & UX advocate, and a bit of a Star Wars nut.
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  • School of Life.
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Stephen Ross Scott, Steven Scott, Stephen Scott, Steve Scott, Scott, Dude
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The Cycle of Giving | Ride Across America | Fuller Center Bike Adventure
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Written by: Gerry McCusker, Orange Ride. I want to tell you a little, but real, story about the cycle of reciprocity. But, let me contextual

Great food, great service, great prices. Does the gold coast proud! More great restaurants like this please. Style and value.
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reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great fun. Great surroundings. Take a group and have a blast. Reasonably priced and cool themed courses. Quite well sheltered so escapes the sun pretty well.
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reviewed 2 weeks ago
An excellent gym with really well priced memberships and good locations. Also have a good app for playing music you like in the gym.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Lovely location, terrible drinks. Set in a sea of palm trees off of Broadbeach Jupiters has a great location as an oasis like retreat. With bean bags and decks it looks great. Sadly the cocktails and drinks were terrible. Weak, watery, poor Mojito's, lacklustre long island iced teas were just some of the really poor cocktails on offer. Add in everyday cheap bears for nearly $8 a bottle, makes this not a place I'd go again. Crown in Melbourne does casino bars well, and Jupiters could do well to try to emulate (and they are renovating) but won't rush back. Food was good, simple, and the right size, and fairly well priced.
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It's IKEA and if you've never been to one, it's always fun the first few times as you do the laps around and around the store. After a few times you know where to cut through and just get what you need. Cafe is a bit limited in this store and can be busy as hell at weekends. Parking is ample if a but dark below levels, but all round it's semi reasonable furnishings that have reasonably good quality. Make sure you read the almost deceptively evil instructions at times, they often look simple, but more than often are not!
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Quite a sad mall in many ways. A long and quite confusing layout, it looks terrible from the outside, better from inside, but like a lot of retail, the big brand stores are less and less. Lots of cheaper, dollar like stores and not many good places I found to grab tea or coffee. Functional but not too exciting.
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One of the cleanest and friendliest Subways ive been in. Noticeable difference since new owner took over in July 2016. They also have deals I've never seen at others. I'll be back.
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