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In-house news spot for Saturday 20 September 2008

20 Sep

Report on activity since last Saturday.

The gift of a digital camera has enabled me to make Ninglun’s Specials the photo blog (with extras) that I wanted it to be. The content is very much local at the moment, but my local is someone else’s exotic, so that’s OK. I think the technical quality of the pics is improving too.

Top posts in the last seven days on Ninglun’s Specials

  1. Sequel: Art Monthly Australia July 2008 30 individual visits
  2. First fruits from the Casio: Surry Hills 30
  3. 10. But is it art? Responses to the Bill Henson Controversy 24
  4. Surry Hills 8: Belvoir and Buckingham St 19
  5. Chinatown 1 18
  6. Top poems 2: John Donne (1572-1631) 14
  7. Chinatown 2 10
  8. DSL collection – Chinese Contemporary Art 10
  9. Top poems 1: The amazing web site of Shakespeare’s Sonnets 9
  10. Family stories 1 — mother 8

Top posts on Floating Life

  1. NSW Local Government Election 2008 / Sutherland 148
  2. Sarah Palin 146
  3. Australian poem: 2008 series #9 —  “The Angel’s Kiss”  139
  4. Sitemeter has changed 77
  5. Local government elections today in NSW, 74
  6. 2008 Beijing Paralympics Games – ABC (Australia) 65
  7. The Great Surry Hills Book Clearance of 2005  47
  8. Dr Nelson looks forward to a diet of jam 44
  9. How good is your English? Test and Answers 28
  10. Bigotry is not confined to the religious 24

Top posts on English/ESL

  1. How should I write up a Science experiment? 366
  2. Studying the Gothic, or Emily Bronte? 266
  3. Physical journeys and Peter Skrzynecki’s poems 113
  4. Workshop 02 — NSW HSC: Area Study: Imaginative Journeys 67
  5. In the Wild: Brave New World and Blade Runner 57
  6. Scaffolding 45
  7. From my personal site: The Secret River 44
  8. What tense should I use when I write about literature? 41
  9. How can I improve my essay grades, especially in exams? 41
  10. How can I write better short stories? 36
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