[LINK] FW: Rudd Government trial for e-democracy future - Senator Stephen Conroy's media release
sylvano at gnomon.com.au
Tue Dec 9 12:59:49 EST 2008
On Tue, December 9, 2008 12:21 pm, Jenny Millea wrote:
> Blog so you can comment on the digital economy is at
> ...nice to see a short URL! ;-)
Particularly when you read the blog moderation rules, particularly the 5th
dot point below....
Also, to avoid frustration, I wouldn't post after 3pm on a Friday - or
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