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Kindness doesn't hurt: New movement unites internet users to #keepitkindonline
#keepitkindonline is a new social media campaign aimed at exposing the nasty side of the internet and encouraging people to making it a kinder place.
Blogging keeps kids learning over "summer slump"
"The summer holiday period is particularly important as evidence shows that students’ learning is adversely impacted during this time."
Kiwi teacher's blog named in Global Top 12 Teacher Blogs
The place of teachers in social media is being regarded as increasingly important.
Lawyers, WhaleOil and the changing media world
Cameron Slater, man behind the blog WhaleOil, his defamation case and the Dirty Politics saga has sparked discussions about freedom of speech and what defines a journalist.
Dirty politics enabled by technology
In the wake of the launch of Nicky Hager’s latest book, it has become apparent is that ‘Dirty Politics’ is enabled in an unprecedented fashion by technology in general and social media in particular.
Blogs on the rise among Kiwis
New Zealand blogs have become more prominent and influential during 2013, with 280 ranked blogs surfacing across the country.
What is a Blog and How do I Get One?
Everyone is talking about writing blogs. In the world of IT and in large companies, people are writing online.
Does your Start Up need a blog? Part One
How do you decide if your start-up need a blog? How do you decide what to write about? Techday has some tips.
The kiwi story
This awesome website is devoted to finding and showcasing great New Zealand businesses. From kiwi food and fashion, NZ arts and culture, top travel destinations, innovative kiwi technology and more
This month’s featured blogger was named in TIME magazine’s best blogs of 2011 and her site is a hilarious, insightful and endlessly entertaining collection of travel stories and musings on life.