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04 June 2008


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Hello dear. I teach blogging classes - one is a "how to blog" hands on in the computer lab and the other is a workshop on blogs and marketing - through the Centre for Continuing Education at the University of Sydney. http://www.cce.usyd.edu.au/ and put in the keyword of Blog to find dates and times etc. Thought would-be-bloggers might like to know :) Cheerio Laurel Papworth

Trevor Cook

Sure thing, kiddo.

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  • I have worked in politics, public policy and strategic communications for over 30 years. I was recently awarded a doctorate in Australian politics at the University of Sydney. My thesis was on the (changing) relationship between the ALP and unions. I have been blogging since November 2003 and over the past decade I have written many articles on politics, public relations and social media for newspapers, magazines and websites. I love literature particularly John McGahern and James Joyce. The header photo is of the Clarence River taken before dawn at Ulmarra in 2012.


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