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  • Changing the way I work | James Purser
    to grow and I do I m going to have to seperate the business side fo things from the geek side of things So with that in mind this is what I m going to do Use the CRM system I decide upon for all communications with my clients Keep my personal development email communications seperate from the business communications Study the marketing of the business This is going to

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  • Gardening - A Summer Wrapup | James Purser
    a good time to reflect on our first foray into vegie gardening I started this as an therapuetic exercise It was something I could do that was away from the computer got me outside and in the sun However it soon grew into something that I was genuinely interested in I found that the process of building the beds preparing the compost and soils and dealing with the various challanges that comes with raising vegies gave me a meditative outlet I couldn t find elsewhere To be honest our garden was much more successful than I thought it would be We were able to grow and in fact we are still growing vegetables that we eat and give to our friends and family Of particular note of course are the marrows and corgettes which have reached epic proportions while still retaining flavour and texture Of course the cherry tomatos have flourished however I am most pleased about the Egg Plants and Capsicums which have managed to grow some very nice fruit despite being planted too close together and sharing some particularly nasty bugs For winter we re planning on growing at least half of our total vegie needs This means

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  • How Dare They | James Purser
    comes to some of the attempts by religious extremists to gather attention to their cause however this time round I definitely have words enough How dare they How dare they take the tragedy that is the Victorian fires and try and tie it to their anti abortion campaign How dare they reduce the deaths of 170 people to mere marketing to try and bring attention to themselves As a parent

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  • Renewable Energy is Not Limited to Solar Cells | James Purser
    with the article is the sensationalist headline To be honest I ve not read a lot of New Scientist stuff but this headline reeks of Tabloid sensationalism The renewable energy sector is not limited to Solar Cells and hydrogen fuel cells Technologies such as geo thermal solar thermal wind and wave based generation are out there producing power without the need for such rare elements which all leads into my

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  • Resources For Partners of Blue Hackers | James Purser
    had to deal with the debilitating effects of depression I ve put my hand up to help Arjen out with the Blue Hackers project I ve decided to focus on something that tends to get a little forgotten in all the excitement the partners and families of those living with a mental illness So I ve put together a Partners Of page which will link to various resources sorted by

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  • Early Morning Thoughts | James Purser
    are having to purchase things like bandages from local chemists something is very wrong And while this whole mess is going on what are our political servants doing Fiddling while Rome burns At a time when the state resembles the Titanic after meeting the iceberg our representatives the people we put into power are arguing over who s going to be captain Sigh On the tech side of things I ve been doing a fair bit with django python over the last few weeks and I think I m finally getting to understand the way it all works The main project I ve been working on has been a hosting managment app that allows for easier creation and managment of CMS such as Drupal or Plone The idea is to make it easy for the clients to be able to manage the basics of their site without needing to muck into the back end that much It s getting there and I should have something ready soon Lastly on the business side of things I ve made a couple of new years resolutions Become more organised I need to get more organised in how I deal with things so at the moment I m testing a couple of the Open Source CRM systems Right now I m looking at CiviCRM More community based but can be made to work for small businesses and vTiger Not to run away from Marketing Probably my greatest weakness when it comes to running the business I need to become more pro active however I refuse to synergise my existing synergistic synergies So in keeping with the second resolution I present to you dear reader the first in a series of monthly web presentations I will be doing this year Local Government and Cost Effective

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  • Open Source Startup Group - An Update | James Purser
    who s joined I would like to point out that this group isn t aimed specifically at being an Australian group Rather it s meant to be a place where people can find information about their local situation whether they live in Sydney Wellington or Khuala Lumpur so to those of you reading this who aren t based in Australia please come and join up Apologies to Jacinta for getting

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  • Linux Australia Election - Did You Vote? | James Purser
    You Vote Submitted by James Purser on Tue 27 01 2009 15 38 Sent this through to the Linux Australia mailing list but thought I would stick it up here as well This article does raise a valid point even though it seems to contain a kernel of snark http www itwire com content view 22871 1141 Why do we get low voter turnouts when we obviously have a much

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