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Adwords Qualified Individual

Stuart Neely - Tuesday, February 19, 2013

 Just completed the Google training for Adwords. I thought this would be a pushover but I must admit it was a bit more difficult than I expected. Oh well, done now.

https://adwords.google.com/professionals/

Newtown Neighbourhood Centre annual report

Natasha Galea - Friday, September 30, 2011

Imminent is proud to announce the launch of the Newtown Neighbourhood Annual Report 2010-2011.

NNC is an Incorporated Association providing community services in the inner west of Sydney. Providing services to the aged, people with disabilities, people with mental illness, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people on low incomes.

They also provide information and advice on community and public services, emergency accommodation, aged services, council services, children's services, and a variety of other support services.

Imminent designed the Centre's annual report this year, 

http://www.newtowncentre.org/

iPad therfore I am

Stuart Neely - Thursday, December 02, 2010
Last week I had a cruel and harsh realisation of how dependent I have become on mobile communication. We spent the week-end on the far South Coast, a beautiful part of the world where towers are few and mobile reception is as rare as an endangered species. Sunday afternoon was spent fishing on the banks of Meroo Lake.

Really lovely here, I think I'll take a picture, nice. I'll just pop that up on facebook... what the... Oh yeah, no reception. Oh well later. Whoa good bite! hooked up, gotcha! careful bring him up. Oh! nice bream on 1kg line, camera out click. Upload... upload... hmmmm. Oh yeah. Not to worry I'll just call the wife... dum-de-dum...Oh for the love of...

You get the picture.

The mobile has become so much a part of our life that is now second nature to reach around to my left back pocket for my trusty piece, whip it out like some sort of gunslinger and start pushing data around. The fact there is no reception doesn't stop the impulse. When I go out anywhere tapping my pocket to see I have my phone is part of the checklist somewhere between have I got my wallet and is my fly done up.

Add the iPad to that list when I go for coffee. If you had asked me last year would I pay for journalistic content I would have laughed at you. I now have a subscription to SMH, The Australian and a couple of others. It's cheaper than the paper and lets face it , who wants to cobble together a working version of a second hand SMH while your having your morning coffee.  

So, my advice for anyone doubting the emergence of the mobile device as the new internet.

Go fishing.

See ya