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Facebook Killer, Chris Dannevig, Cold & Calculated

Posted: August 15th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: CRIME!, STANDOUT | Tags: , , , , , | Comments Off on Facebook Killer, Chris Dannevig, Cold & Calculated

Facebook Killer, Chris Dannevig, Cold & CalculatedAustralian Prosecutors are pushing for a lengthy prison sentence for a man who murdered a Sydney teenager he had lured from social media site Facebook. Chris Dannevig used a fake Facebook account to lure 18-year-old Nona Belomesoff to bushland in Leumeah in 2010, under the pretence that he would get her a job caring for animals.

The 22-year-old confessed to pushing the teenager into a creek and holding her under water for two minutes.

In a sentencing hearing at the New South Wales Supreme Court today, the Crown Prosecutor Chris Maxwell QC argued that Dannevig was aware of the teenager’s passion for animals and used this knowledge to carry out a calculated and cunning attack.

The court heard that while no ‘significant cause of death‘ could be identified, Dannevig had told a detective that he’d held Ms Belomesoff’s head underwater for two minutes. The court also heard Dannevig had found the code for Ms Belomesoff’s ATM card and withdrew $170 shortly after the murder :: Read the full article »»»»


Blogging, it's personal

Posted: July 1st, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: BLOGGING | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on Blogging, it's personal

Blogging, it's personalBlogging does so much more than simply create leads or generate sales. Blogging creates communities, reinforces branding, but most importantly, blogging instils trust…

Business blogging is an effective tool, an integral cog in your online strategy for generating traffic, leads, sales and brand recognition. Combined with other optimised social media, blogging speaks directly to your customers and prospects without editorial filters.

Blogs are the cornerstone of social media – meaning they are the perfect hub for social media campaigns. Problem is, blogs take a lot of time to write, edit and promote.

That’s where we come in: you provide the inspiration, and we provide the perspiration, from as little as $75 per post, why aren’t you blogging? :: Read the full article »»»»


News Limited Shakes It ALL Up

Posted: June 26th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: World of the News | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on News Limited Shakes It ALL Up

News Limited Shakes It ALL UpAustralia’s media landscape has been through the ringer over the past few weeks and months, the ground is changing at a pace not seen since the eighties. The latest shake-up comes from the ever stoic News Limited – the Australian arm of News Corporation – the company has announced a massive restructuring of the way it delivers news.

The announcement on last week, which included job cuts and a reduction in east coast operations from 19 divisions to five, came days after Fairfax Media outlined plans to axe 1,900 staff, move jobs offshore, close two major printing presses and downsize its flagship newspapers to tabloids, as well as it’s ongoing boardroom battles with billionaire Gina Rinehart.

Despite the cuts, News Limited CEO Kim Williams has told staff that the organisation remains committed to print :: Read the full article »»»»


News Limited Shakes It ALL Up

Posted: June 26th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: World of the News | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on News Limited Shakes It ALL Up

News Limited Shakes It ALL UpAustralia’s media landscape has been through the ringer over the past few weeks and months, the ground is changing at a pace not seen since the eighties. The latest shake-up comes from the ever stoic News Limited – the Australian arm of News Corporation – the company has announced a massive restructuring of the way it delivers news.

The announcement on last week, which included job cuts and a reduction in east coast operations from 19 divisions to five, came days after Fairfax Media outlined plans to axe 1,900 staff, move jobs offshore, close two major printing presses and downsize its flagship newspapers to tabloids, as well as it’s ongoing boardroom battles with billionaire Gina Rinehart.

Despite the cuts, News Limited CEO Kim Williams has told staff that the organisation remains committed to print :: Read the full article »»»»


Facebook And Twitter Built Into Your Car?

Posted: February 17th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Grilled | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Facebook And Twitter Built Into Your Car?

Facebook And Twitter Built Into Your CarIf you’re already concerned about how little people actually pay attention when they’re driving, you may have even more cause for alarm, more distractions are on the way. Responding to demand from consumers, more and more auto manufacturers are integrating devices to tweet, check your Facebook, buy tickets to events, and check your e-mail. Toyota, Mercedes-Benz, Tesla, and Ford all have products in the works and we should be seeing them as soon as Spring. Ford Motors was actually the first one to start incorporating modern communication systems into their dashboards with their Sync technology. Now users will be able to interact with their Twitter account, watch streaming video, and get their news right from the drivers seat.

Ford was first to put apps in its cars, bringing out Pandora internet radio integration in the Fiesta. OpenBeak, a Twitter app, and Stitcher, which streams audio programming from the Internet have also been announced, as has iHeartRadio on BlackBerry. To enable integration, Ford makes its Sync AppLink API available to developers, who can modify their apps to use Sync’s in-car voice and manual controls.  Read the full article »»»»