- #Nurses are extraordinary humans. They should be paid like CEOs and CEOs of @auspost should be paid like nurses. #wrongwayaround @TheRMH 2 months ago
- @carolynlbond @gerardbrody @wordpressdotcom I should trademark it. 2 months ago
- @AnthonyNolan @KLM It's enough to make me think about changing my normal international airline. 2 months ago
- I get the impression that @PeterMacCC is the favourite here @VicCompCancerCr, when compared to the view from the BM… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 2 months ago
- Not sure if this was the intention, @VicCompCancerCr @TheRMH @DesignInc_Melb but the view from 7B looks like a pris… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 2 months ago
- Just wondering what you were thinking, @DesignInc_Melb with this wall @VicCompCancerCr Why block long-term patient… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 2 months ago
- The DSP review also requires people to contact @Centrelink, who are then on hold for up to five hours. #qanda 2 months ago
- The science of supermarket psychology
- How sincere is Dove?
- Expanding our understanding of consumer vulnerability
- What is a tribal brand?
- The links between food waste, obesity, the environment, and marketing
- Westpac goes a little bit bananas
- When advertising is shocking
- Ryanair - "it's your fault"
- You just don't seem to understand
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It’s interesting that the way we think about death at different times in our history is a useful expression of our broader cultural and social praxis. In visual art, in music, and even in family homes, up until the 20th … Continue reading
In early May, 2015, news services reported that Denmark, one of those wacky Scandinavian countries that just seems to be obsessed with being progressive, would allow retailers to only offer card payment, and allow them to ban cash as a means of … Continue reading
By Hannah Francis from smh.com.au — According to the ANZ Oxford English Dictionary, “smart” means — variously — “clever”, “ingenious”, “quick to take advantage”, “stylish”, “fashionable”, and/or “prominent in society”. So we think it’s about time electronics manufacturers ditched the … Continue reading
Never wanted to What am I to do? Can’t help it. Scams. They’re everywhere. They tap into our emotions, our desires, our needs and our wants. The recent story of the Sydney grandmother who is facing the death penalty in … Continue reading
It is a strange state of affairs when a major state opera company refuses to program a piece because of its references to cigarettes, but doesn’t really acknowledge the fact that the opera (and many others) seems to support the idea … Continue reading
So much of our buying behaviour is about insuring ourselves against a scary world and a frightening future. Continue reading
Working on the ABC Radio National program, Talking Shop, has reminded me how important it is to not just look for evidence that supports your position. Knowing that you are broadcasting to a diverse, highly intelligent, and sometimes strongly opinionated … Continue reading