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Contact Sheets. Boring, but Effective

Greg recently posted an article to his Perspectives newsletter about Contact Sheets these are hugely boring and tedious bits of fluff to setup within an organisation,…

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The Bathtub Test

It doesn’t hurt to take a hard look at yourself from time to time, and this should help get you started. During a visit to…

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C&C alternative finally

Apart form Trainz the only other thing I really liked was Command & Conquer not any of the first person shooters but the strategy based…

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Kiva

Just received from Kiva… Hi Larry & Helen! Just a quick note to say… thanks! You may not know it, but all of the loans…

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Albury

Greg and myself are in Albury today, talking about his channelpace system, this time I drive down from home and Greg caught the local VicRail…

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Skin Cancer

Helen had a skin discolouration cut out a couple of weeks ago on her back, the test came back and has shown positive for melanoma…

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Funded by angel investors

It’s not something one would likely reveal at a dinenr party, but Australian channel veteran Greg Furlong admits that he has a personal itch to…

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Broken Hill trip

We wanted to do the train trip to Broken Hill for a while, still can’t be away for any length of time so we decided…

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Patent 2013900541

Back when Greg & I initially discussed what Channelpace would be and how it would work he mentioned that the business email had to be…

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Profound Comments

The roundest knight at King Arthur’s round table was Sir Cumference. He acquired his size from too much pi. I thought I saw an eye…

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