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Posted 10 January 2004 - 07:13 PM
Actually, Spidbot, Danny Sullivan does hold the SES conference in Australia usually once a year. I think it'll be back there this year, or no? It's been there the last two years.
Posted 10 January 2004 - 07:35 PM
Thanks for the Danny info
Posted 11 January 2004 - 06:38 PM
I HEARD THAT!!!! Australians don't complain, unless it is about South Africans, but then even they complain about themselves...
the Kiwis are great, its the English and the Wallabies who grump and whinge
The Welsh game was great. But when the Kiwis won, it was the worst moment ever. It was sooo good to see a pub full of Kiwis silent... at least until the 70th minute.
Definitely the worst game of the tournament was the France England borefest (which was, unfortunately, the only game I went to). Now if only someone will knock the Poms off the 6 nations thrown, I'll be extatic.
Posted 11 January 2004 - 06:49 PM
I know 4 of the current Welsh team, and they are DYING to beat England in a few weeks time when we go to London To Play them in the 6N, who knows?
Oh And I meant that You & the Pohms whinge at each other, the Saffas just Moan about everything, just kowww one cun understnd the accunt
Posted 22 January 2004 - 02:32 AM
Jill is right, there is usually an SES Conference held in Sydney each year (well, they've held 2 so far). They are normally held between April and June and you can register to be informed when the next one is via this site. I know it's not quite the same as having one here in NZ, but it's well worth travelling across the ditch and a LOT cheaper than flying to the U.S., Europe or Toronto! I spoke at the first one and really enjoyed it.
Unfortunately, Danny wasn't able to attend last year's Sydney Conference, but hopefully he'll get Down Under this year. There may be the possibility of holding some type of Search Engine Seminar in NZ later this year - have been discussing this with some colleagues so if anything comes of it, I will post in here, with Jill's permission of course .
Posted 22 January 2004 - 02:56 AM
After 15 years I got tired of saying "I live here" to the stock tourist response. I love NZ but in the end I found it difficult to be accepted as local and always felt a bit of unease in my own "home".
You needed to get out of the South Island, mate
Wellington & Auckland are the cultural centers, although the South Island does have the upper hand when it comes to sheer beauty.
Posted 22 January 2004 - 01:41 PM
Peter_d - Wellington has culture; Auckland has lattes, 4 wheel drives, a main centre full of language schools, internet cafes and souvenir shops, a redundant Americas Cup base, an empty railway station, a poor copy of a bridge across the Tasman, lots of traffic, shopping and a third of the population, but not much culture. It is a hell of a lot better than Basingstoke, where I used to live!
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