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Back to Basics #Auspol on Twitter
Politics · 14 May, 2017

Back to Basics #Auspol on Twitter

On Tuesday (09 May 2017) Caitlin Mary and I did our regular #AuspolPunters podcast on PolitiScope #auspollive, you can listen here if you missed it: #AuspolPunters | Noely and Caitlin | 'Back to Basics'
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Internet of Good on #Auspol, Tweeps you need to follow
Politics · 14 May, 2017

Internet of Good on #Auspol, Tweeps you need to follow

We are building a definitive list of those people on Twitter who inform us, investigate for us and advocate for us, who are not paid to do so and are outside of standard media or organisations. We are doing this so that we can all not only follow them on Twitter, but support them financially too so as [...]
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Twitter and defamation; what you should know
Stuff · 7 August, 2015

Twitter and defamation; what you should know

Courts are only just beginning to grapple with the application of defamation law to social media platforms like Twitter. Hockey v Fairfax is only the second Australian case to reach final judgment in which damages have been awarded for defamatory tweets. Rolph (1)
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Communication in the time of Social Media
NBN · 27 July, 2015

Communication in the time of Social Media

Have you ever, like me, lamented the fact that a friend/relative didn’t have Facebook? How do you show them your photos, keep in touch, remind them you care?
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What I know (love) about twitter.
Stuff · 13 July, 2015

What I know (love) about twitter.

Twitter is clearly different things to different people. It is one part of new/social media; forms of media production and dissemination that were popularised long after I changed careers and stopped teaching about the media. Social media is more democratic and less controllable (despite the recent [...]
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Dr Sally
Hey Qld LNP? Blame Joan for your shock #QldVotes result
Politics · 2 February, 2015

Hey Qld LNP? Blame Joan for your shock #QldVotes result

A funny thing happened on the weekend, Queenslanders ignored historical convention, a shipload of advertising and the wishes of the Courier Mail to say, “Yeah, no... Don’t think so Campbell”.
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