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2017 How to Create and Use Facebook Business Page Lists

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

2017 How to Create and Use Facebook Lists: the old way has gone. Why do you want lists? Basically this. Then this. Love ya all!

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Strategic engagement – with snakes, elephants, baboons, mosquitos and meercats

Net-Map Toolbox

I am just back from work in Southern Africa. Then I found a simple solution, fixed the situation and all is well, world saved. No, not quite.

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Painting of Zydeco Washboard Player

Portals and KM

Here is an 16" x 20"" acrylic painting of Rosie Ledet's Washboard player from Jazz Fest in from New Orleans.  

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The “Other” Consideration of Collaboration Tools; Welcome to the New World of GDPR

Michael Sampson - Currents

Collaboration tools provide amazing capabilities for helping people work together across time and space, and selecting the right tools for your organisation is important. However, there’s another side to the whole area that I haven’t often written about on this site: compliance. Seriously. Including yours.

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Facebook Course – Sydney – February 2017

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Intermediate Facebook Course on Ads, Facebook Insights and PowerEditor/Pixel Retargeting: Mon 6 & Tues 7 February, 2017 in the Sydney CBD.

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A Criminal Investigation

How to Save the World

I was particularly taken by a comment by (the non-radical) Adyashanti that turns the way we usually think about this seeking on its head.

Things that have been forever

Chris Corrigan

In Tofino for this week, today preparing for 60 people who will be joining us for an Art of Hosting. That’s pretty much forever.

Painting of Live Oaks in City Park New Orleans

Portals and KM

Here is a 16" x 20" oil painting of some of the Live Oaks in City Park New Orleans.  I have three photo albums covering my art.

2017 11

Leaving the Neighbourhoods blog


After something like thirteen years, I've decided to stop writing this blog. When  The Divide was screened about a year ago, I started to wonder if neo-liberalism might just be on the way ou t. But then came Brexit and Trump, a double-whammy that has left me feeling more bruised than at first I would have expected.  

Reality Isn’t What We Think It Is

How to Save the World

This is a repetition of the opening paragraphs of December’s Links of the Quarter. cartoon by the late, incomparable Charles Barsotti.

A warning for us 

Chris Corrigan

Metro Vancouver Parks, the entity responsible for a major regional park on my home island has posted a warning about the conditions on Killarney Lake.