The Internet Party, “New Zealand’s newest, most awesome political party”, has landed with a bit of a thud on the political landscape, with a controversial founder/funder, a partnership deal with the Mana party and the announcement of Laila Harré as leader (and the ensuing leadership photo, which, according to Twitter, looks a lot like a cast photo from either The Almighty Johnsons, Star Trek or Outrageous Fortune). So how is it planning to woo the voters? We asked brand manager Andy Pickering a few questions.
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If you don’t mind giving your colleagues the appearance you have an awkward tic, Trade Me’s new way browse and bid by blink is just the ticket. Of course, the beta release date of 1 April could be a coincidence, we’ll let you decide about that – and what could be veteran broadcaster Geoff Robinson’s next move, internet radio morphing into the world of the fax machine, Gmail takes the wraps of shelfies and other hijinks.