Andy on Twitter

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  • I'm not sure is lying. He's just terribly confused about everything. Needs a break. And we need a… ,
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  • 100% Same old patter. Same old policies. And maybe even that would give the Premiers some time together - at which… ,
  • It's incredible how many Premiers are content to use Twitter to spew their punitive policies and big help messages… ,
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  • Exactly... Professors’ message for Daniel Andrews: redo the coronavirus modelling ,
  • Spot on... Victoria's roadmap out of lockdown is the wrong approach. Here's what good public policy looks like ,
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Testing Microsoft Live Writer

I am having a play with Microsoft’s new LiveWriter. Looks interesting. If you have Internet Explorer 7 installed, might be worth a dabble. Nice interface but I can’t see any compelling reason to move off Zoundry or Ecto at this stage.

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  1. By Stuart Bruce – BMA PR on August 14th, 2006 at 9:51 am

    I use Zoundry and am trying to decide if Live Writer is better or not. It certainly looks nicer and is easier for less IT literate people to use (which for many of my clients is a big plus). The preview feature is also better than Zoundry.

    The main negatives are a non English spell checker (US dictionary only!) and the fact that each blog on the account has to configured individually.

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