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So cool, ipod designer skins. Definitely getting one.. but which one to pick??
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I like the new Telstra brand & positioning - all about connection. The use of colour is good to bring more emotion to a brand that was previously product centric. A good video interview of the marketing heads at Telstra explaining their thoughts.
http://youtu.be/NtwHJxVGLrM Mumbrella chats to Inese Kingsmill, Telstra's corporate marketing director, Mark Collis, Telstra's director of creativity and
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Doesthis video parody mean Google+ has hit the big time?
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How to add a Google +1 button to your website - non-java
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I won candy on the #googlebirthday doodle! Score: 123
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Lol!
That's the problem with making a viral video. It doesn't always go viral. Until now. Dr Mumbo salutes the people behind Buyral. Professional clicking is
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Unbelievable - politics at its worst. They should be ashamed of themselves.

I do love pizza and you can make it fairly healthy (good crust, lots of veg & quality meat) but they're talking frozen pizza for kids. Yuk.
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pizza, a vegetable? only in america.

no, seriously.
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The world's typical person - Love this video from National Geographic http://youtu.be/4B2xOvKFFz4
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Ralph Norris, CEO, to leave Commonwealth Bank in November
Ralph Norris to leave CBA in November 2011. In a move that was not entirely unexpected, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia has announced that Ralph Norris will be retiring as its chief executive offic...
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