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Daily Archives: May 6, 2008

Burma

 
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Posted by on May 6, 2008 in Asian, current affairs, humanity

 

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Always sobering but also exciting…

I don’t have tickets on myself about this blog, but it — and the others — does get around, as yours does too probably. Consider my latest hit map:

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Now there are some facts about who may be reading this that should at least get some consideration from me as a blogger, don’t you think? Not in any constricting way: but it is a reminder that every blogger is communicating across many cultural divides. It is worth thinking about the effects of one’s words, and what one hopes to communicate.

 
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Posted by on May 6, 2008 in blogging

 

May South Sydney Herald out today

The latest South Sydney Herald is now available online, and as usual I am letting you have a copy here. In the next few days I will be distributing a few hundred around my neighbourhood, to the local Muslims, Turks, Lebanese, Palestinians, Chinese, Aboriginal Australians, Anglo-Australians, Catholics, atheists, gay, straight… All courtesy of the publishers, South Sydney Uniting Church.

Quite a few people look forward to the monthly “paper”.

The site.

Your South Sydney Herald (PDF)

Picture above: South Sydney Herald, no relation to Fairfax publications, circulation 21,000 home delivered, August 2007 cover with Reverends Graham Long, Dorothy McRae McMahon (a writer for SSH) and Andrew Collis all of the South Sydney Uniting Church.Sydney Alternative Media Thursday, 30 August 2007. Except that Graham Long is from the Wayside Chapel in Kings Cross…

See also Insights Magazine.

 
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Posted by on May 6, 2008 in Australia, Australia and Australian, interfaith, local, multicultural Australia, pluralism, South Sydney Uniting Church, Surry Hills

 

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