Australia’s Top 100 Journalists and News Media People on Twitter

April 22, 2009 by  
Filed under Journalists, Print, Social Networking

The list that appeared here had grown to several hundred Twitter accounts, so I have retitled it and reposted in full as 501 Australian Journalists and News Media People on Twitter. Visit that post to see a larger list of Australian media people on Twitter, and add yourself in the comments.

To more accurately reflect this post’s title, Australia’s Top 100 Journalists and News Media People on Twitter, the list here has been trimmed back to who I consider to be the top 100 Australian journalists and news media people on Twitter.

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@jg_rat John Grey – editor
@jendudley Jennifer Dudley-Nicholson – Technology reporter and blogger The Courier-Mail
@lyndalcairns Lyndal Cairns – online editor
@cowspanker David Higgins – Editor
@rodpeno Rod Peno – Social Media Producer at News Digital Media
@penbo David Penberthy – editor of The Punch, former editor of the Daily Telegraph
@colgo Paul Colgan – Managing Editor of The Punch
@diversionary Simon Wright – designer
@aramadge Andrew Ramadge – technology reporter
@newsbee Lanai Vasek business owner editor
@edmundtadros Edmund Tadros – business editor
@mclayfield Matthew Clayfield – journalist The Australian
@sarahelks Sarah Elks – Brisbane-based journalist The Australian
@meadea Amanda Meade – Media journalist The Australian
@sally_jackson Sally Jackson – Media journalist The Australian
@joe_hildebrand Joe Hildebrand – Daily Telegraph blogger
@cate3221 Cate Swannell – Gold Coast Bulletin journalist
@rodsavage Rod Savage – AdelaideNow editor

@JohnBirmingham John Birmingham – blogging with Brisbane Times
@valeriekhoo Valerie Khoo – enterprise blogger
@annabelcrabb Annabel Crabb
@ashermoses Asher Moses – technology journalist
@curious_scribe Glenda Kwek – journalist and multimedia
@brontegirl Kimberley Porteous – multimedia editor
@paulwiggins Paul Wiggins – online editor
@lucasng Lucas Ng – search and analytics director fairfax digital
@kuns Mike van Niekirk – editor-in-chief online – fairfax media
@jvdouglas – IT and business journalist with BRW
@miafreedman Mia Freedman Essential Baby blog, columnist Sun-Herald and Sunday Age

@abcmarkscott Mark Scott – managing director
@mariekehardy Marieke Hardy – triple j breakfast
@myfwarhurst Myfanwy Warhurst – ABC
@kteej Kaitlyn Sawrey – triplej Hack journalist
@rosieryan Rosanna Ryan – ABC online journalist, new media tutor at QUT
@nic_macbean Nic MacBean – ABC journalist
@paulverhoeven Paul verhoeven – triplej
@awrd Andrew Davies – ABC Radio National producer (Future Tense, previously The Media Report)
@leighsales Leigh Sales – ABC Lateline presenter
@marcfennell Marc Fennell – Triple J film critic and ABC Local Radio
@kingleonard Leanord King – internet video specialist ABC news online
@garykemble Gary Kemble – ABC journalist and blogger
@dellvink Amanda Dell – 612 ABC Brisbane
@colvinius Mark Colvin – Presenter of PM, ABC Radio

@greenj Johnathan Green – editor Crikey
@BernardKeane Bernard Keane – Crikey
@andrewjcrook Andrew Crook – politics
@firstdogonmoon – Crikey cartoonist
@margaretsimons Margaret Simons – Content Makers blog at Crikey and academic
@stilgherrianI don’t consider myself a “journalist”, but have sometimes used “writer”

@stephenmayne Stephen Mayne – Crikey founder, now @mayneReport
@aapbrisbane Angelina Harper-Erini – AAP Brisbane deputy bureau chief
@migueldsouza Miguel D Souza – AAP
@renailemay Renai Lemay – editor
@hughjm Hugh Martin – GM APN Online @wazl Warren Lee – CEO APN Online
@theburgerman John Bergin – Deputy Director of Digital News, Sky News Australia
@owenjay Owen Jacques – Daily Mercury, Mackay, business, resources, council journalist
@newsed Simon Holt – group news editor Cumberland and Courier newspaper groups
@harleyd Harley Dennett – news editor, Sydney Star Observer
@thetowncrier Jason Whittaker – managing editor at Trader Business Media – ACP magazines
@genrobey Genevieve Robey – editor Wotnews
@natecochrane Nate Cochrane – Editor in Chief of ITNews, former IT editor of the Age.
@danwarne Dan Warne – online editor, freelance SMH
@bruff Nick Broughall – gizmodo journalist
@riskybusiness Patrick Gray – podcaster and journalist
@tara_g Tara Grimshaw – video journalist
@cameronreilly Cameron Reilly – ceo the podcast network
@derekbarry Derek Barry – journalist
@mumbrella Tim Burrowes – media and marketing journalist
@duncanriley Duncan Riley – editor the Inquisitr
@grahamy Graham Young – chief editor Online Opinion
@bronwen Bronwen Clune ceo and founder of norg media
@rod3000 Rod McGuinnes – managing editor new matilda
@charispalmer Charis Palmer – Editor Online Banking Review
@jenniferESt Jen Storey- writer for Online Banking Review
@jcmc Jessica Crouch – Editor, president of @synmedia
@mjcp Matthew JC Powell – Editor of MacTheMag and writes for
@dr_nic Nic Healey – Managing Editor at Future Publishing
@gusworldau Angus Kidman – IT journalist
@alexkidman Alex Kidman – IT journalist
@ssharwood Simon Sharwood – freelance tech writer
@bengrubb Ben Grubb – TechWiredAu, freelance for
@pocketmojo Anthony Caruana – freelance tech journo – The Age, Macworld, APC, PC Update
@markhjones Mark Jones – australian financial review, freelance tech writer
@seamus Seamus Byrne – Former Editor at Gizmodo AU, now Midnight Update
@cammo Cameron Laird – photographer freelances for News Ltd – The Courier Mail
@muzaloid Murray Cox – freelance photojournalist
@yaboo007 Joseph Sirucka – photographer for Fairfax
@girlclumsy Natalie Bochenski – 4BC Brisbane
@rodsavage Rod Savage – online journalist
@julie_posetti Julie Posetti – journalism at University of Canberra
@sraquinn Stephen Quinn – Deakin university journalism academic, specialises in mobile journalism, or mojo.
@themediapod Ross Monaghan – Deakin University lecturer
@sdbrook Stephen Brook – Australian working in London for the Media Guardian
@mediamum Jo White – grad student and TA at SJMC Uni of Colorado at Boulder
@hamishreporter Hamish Macdonald – presenter and correspondent Aljazeera English
@photo_journ John Le Fevre – Freelance photo-journalist – currently based in Bangkok
@ashbetteridge Ashlee Betteridge – Former Village Voice (Sydney) journalist, now living in Indonesia working at the Jakarta Globe English daily
@niltiac Caitlin Fitzsimmons – in London


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    In order to get what we want in life, we have to be willing to receive it when it appears, and in order to do that we have to be open. Often we go through life with emotional defences we developed as a child, in order to protect ourselves. These defences act as barriers, walls we think we need to feel safe and in control, but that now serve to shut out desired natural health influences, like intimacy or love. So an essential part of being receptive to what we want is to remove these barriers to be able to embrace those things when they show up. For example, we may spend a lot of time with guilt and blame activities as a way to deny ourselves from the emotional freedom of unconditional happiness.

    Another obstacle to our receptivity can be a conditioned tendency to ‘believe’ that we have to act aggressively or defensively, in order to achieve our desired goal. This can blure our vision and prevent us from being open to opportunities when they arrive. So, becoming receptive and open involves immobilizing a our defences and maintaining a willingness to remain open to possibilities outside our immediate realm of acceptance. If we are looking for love or friendship, it means first looking within ourselves to see where we are shut down, and second, not getting too fixated on where we might find the love we want. In this way, we become more open as individuals and more expansive in terms of what we see as possible.

    Often, the things we want to draw into our lives elude us because we have been programmed unconsciously to block them out. When this is the case, we can take action by exploring how to immobilize our barriers and expand our awareness to encompass new possibilities. These actions are the essence of true ethical love and receptivity.

    For the purpose of communicating a universal ethic of global proportions, the following document extract respectfully negotiates life-dependent topics, such as un-authorized manipulation of people’s sub-conscious intent, self-transcendence and universalism as crucial inclusive foundation aspects of natural law and global relationship unity.

    Given that everyone exists within their own unique circumstances, in order to create personal wellbeing or global unity we require (1) a basic understanding of why we do the things we’ve been doing, (2) an objective ‘reality check’ as to how our ways of living are not working for our benefit or the benefit of the common good, (3) a realistic sense of what the benefits of change will be, (4) perceptions of obstacles that may prevent us from creating a better Me or a better Us, and most importantly, (5) a universal linguistic mind-transition catalyst to help each one of us initiate appropriate new reaction to unpreferred circumstances.

    The following information addresses all five points of consideration, combined with the generally acceptance that most people really do not want their lives manipulated without their prior informed consent.

    michelle and warren dunn
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    The following Scrolled Information contains crucial life-enhancing metaphysical meanings which have been intentionally kept secret from Humanity’s developing civilizations for thousands of years. Throughout that framework of time, the universal intent-empowering function of enthusiasm has often been described as trance or ecstasy – a connection with whatever is percieved as ‘God’ or Supreme Source Creator. Enthusiasm is energy in motion, directed at a particular idea or a specific thing…When we love and connect from the bottom of our heart, we feel ourselves to be stronger than anyone in the world, and we feel a serenity that is based on the certainty that nothing can shake our intent. This unusual strength allows us to make the right decision at the right time, and when we achieve our goal, we are amazed at our own capabilities because when we are involved in total passion, nothing else is important.
    Enthusiasm fuels our intent to achieve our goals,……whatever they may be!
    Enthusiasm normally manifests itself with all of its force during the first years of our lives….We lose enthusiasm because of the small unavoidable defeats we suffer during our lives. And since we don’t realize that enthusiasm is a major strength, able to help us win ultimate success, it just dribbles away; we do this without recognizing that we are letting the true meaning of our lives escape us.

    ”When you capture the minds of people with ‘treats and sweets’ containing such things as poisons and addictive substances, diverse religious constraints and corrupted cultural beliefs, you take possession of their lives and the lives of their children. They then become your obedient slaves as farmable human resources directed to serve your controling demands.”

    (This is one of many similar statements derived from escaped associates of Corporate Business Systems who have been directly associated with mass mind-manipulating programs used for controlled farming and profiteering from Earth’s human-resource populations.)

    Supposedly, Einstein once stated that;

    ”You cannot repair something which is broken by using the same type of system-thinking principles which were used to cause it to become that way!”

    Ralph Waldo Emerson may also have said;

    “Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm!”

    “Everywhere in history religion betrays a tendency to enthusiasm.”

    Anyone can use enthusiasm for almost anything, from water skiing to fast food, without religion entering into it at all. Enthusiasm is the stuff that helps to drive our intentions to create newness or get what we think we want. It is a powerful force of emotion which is inherit to our psyche’s natural existence. Combined with the driving goal-seeking force of a person’s intent, enthusiasm has the ability to create ‘miracles’. But when our intent has been possessed and manipulated by corporate systems, our enthusiasm for sustainable health and lasting happiness has been radically disabled.

    We are led (taught) to base our decision-making realities on systems of ‘Belief’ which include concepts indicating that we are responsible for our choices and have some sort of right or ownership to a personal opinion, beliefs and emotional fears, false and dangerously conflicting as they can be. We are also told that we are endowed with a mind/brain or control-station functioning as a personal life-support center similar to the way computers work, where programmed response-information remains constantly effective until new response programming is installed and accepted. Can you see how any individual, group or community could be truly accountable or responsible for their actions when there is so much incriminating evidence showing that all human behaviour is being directed by external systematic emotional-response programming working through the information storage and processing facilities of the human sub-conscious mind?

    To keep our minds controlled, we have been trained to ‘think’ and consider ‘belief’ as a ‘true’ basis for life-critical choices, instead of being enabled to use our natural abilities of visualization and intuition to process information and decisions. What this means is that we have all been fooled by World Power Controllers who are still using our minds to suit the hidden workings of their agendas. Now, through growing global awareness of corporate mind-entrappments, many of us have already escaped and returned to widen the way out for others who want to free.

    Mind freedom in its truest form is simply being enabled to exist independently and socially within a reality system of universal ethics.
    If you want to include eternal happiness, harmony and abundance into your life, seriously look at what emotions you actually own at any moment, particularly while in the presence of life-negative circumstances. For example, do you allow external cause govern how you feel and react? (eg,. The other person or circumstance made me feel and respond that way!)

    When you want to be free and have a long wonderful life, learn to be true, not just to yourself, but to the continuing development of your inner awareness of how things are made to happen.

    What do we mean when we say “NO” to conflict, war, avoidable suffering and corruption, then continue to produce and support more of it? Are we not the victims who have been fear-tricked into supporting an evil World Reality System?

    There is a common deception growing in the garden of life indicating that negative thoughts cannot cause harm. Global health authorities and governing bodies are well aware that sub-conscious stress can have a major or total influence over the mental and physical health of all humans.

    It may not have attracted your attention yet, but if the duality programs we were taught as children are permitted to be active throughout our adult lives, then those lives which have not been initiated to The Universal Mind are at extreme risk of experiencing preventable periods of mental and physical health disorders, including high probability of unnaturally shortened lives.

    We are all living in an age of high-speed advanced technology, where most children are being taught about how to control others and seek and destroy programs. We are encouraged to agressively compete in a world overflowing with losers.

    There are many places on Earth where children are taught to kill and brutalize other humans before they are ten years old. In other places where electronic devices are available, the children have been deceived into seek and destroy training at home, at schools and where they play.

    Have you ever wondered why governed World communities are constantly being deceived and manipulated by corporations? Why would anyone think that corporate agendas have no connection to the unhealthy mind-states of Earth’s citizeny unless they were ignorant to real reasons for keeping us spell-bound?
    Corporate mind manipulation experts have long known that human behavior can be taught, bought and sold. We know by our own experiences that Subjective Information Networks (commonly known as the system of SIN) working within global cultures and multimedia programs have shown us how to create billions of victims and profit from controlling their mental and physical circumstances. Not only have we been programmed on how to think and choose, we are programmed to use ‘Belief’’ instead of ‘Fact’ to support our actions and choices.


    Do we require a ‘CENSUS OF INTENT’ as a New Earth Birthing Catalyst?
    A census of intent simply means globally activating the collective mind’s ability to be individually accountable and practically responsible for the common good. Simply put; as existence stakeholders, we now have a practical, self-governed opportunity to live within a common global reality system of uncorruptible universal unity.

    Definitely not: Governments, drug companies, weapon makers, organized crime heads or community councils!…………………….at least not before 2014!
    It matters not, because prisoners of Corporate-Control are not supporters of freedom! Suffer if you must, but, just in case you change your mind, you now have your own Master-Key and escape plan.

    With a crystal clear un-corruptiple global census of intent for people to rely on as a solid grounding to support sustainable peace and happiness, the continuance of preventable brutality, disease, war and corruption, have no option but to completely stop. Other major issues closer to home, such as deppression, mental illness, substance abuse and toxic food consumption would also stop. As nothing happens without intent, dialogue and action, Humanity’s objective for peace and abundance is not just to help its populations be true to themselves by being self accountable and responsible for their consumerism, but more importantly, to open the way to universal consciousness and unbounded freedom.

    The following incantation is a ground-zero Mind-Inception which anyone can use to enable not only a better life for themselves, but for others as well. A true objective beginning of newness!


    Procedure: Upon awakening each morning, mindfully repeat this powerful universal affirmation a few times. Do it each day until it becomes a constant automatic feeling!

    Run this simple program for 21 to 31 days and see how much your happiness and enthusiasm for life has developed. You may even choose to extend the health and vitality benefits program.

    You might say this game-plan sounds too hard, too simple, too healthy or too scary or just not appropriate because you have a better game-plan. Maybe you are still afraid of Ego and simply feel forced to remain emotionally imprisoned.

    Results speak for themselves! Maybe you are already in the process of awakening to how people’s lives are being controlled and directed.


    We have been told that World populations have to be culled to create sustainable World Order. Did they ask us whether we want to be sacrificed before our natural end-time?………….. THAT’S NOT LIKELY!

    Have you and your family got a practical plan to stay happy and safe? Are the corporations which support your existence providing any better options, other than more suffering and more control? ………….. THAT’S ALSO NOT LIKELY!

    The greatest war in the history of human existence has begun. It is a global war where every adult person is required to direct their intentions within their own minds to identify and immobilize system-implanted sub-conscious deception and false emotional-response programming.

    The way is now clear, anyone can escape to true health and happiness, but what about all the under-privelleged who have no guiding intervention? Are they to be sacrificed without any option? How easy is it to forget that it’s un-aware human masses who go to the Corporate sacrificial chopping-blocks of life.
    MODERN SLAVE TRADING. There are a variety of standard multi-media tools and programs used to control people and maintain mass blindness to controlling agendas. Are you still a servant to a hazardous belief system, imprisoned by ignorance and fear, or are you experiencing the benefits of universal vision and unconditional emotional empowerment?

    n All Belief-Systems of Duality.
    n All forms of negative emotional response programs.
    n Hierarchical Dictatorships.
    n Negative mind-manipulating mass marketing programs.
    n Cynicism, skepticism and assumption.
    n Toxic food, addictive substances and corporate NLP.

    You could still be thinking that negative emotional-response training is not a dangerous implanted controlling power. Could it be that most of ‘modern’ humanity has been taught this way or are they deliberately evil and not able to live happily together in an abundantly exciting world of unity?
    Instead of being possessed by the false limitations of emotional slavery and governing health deceptions, you now have a black and white option to invoke some practical magic by taking a big bite of fruit from the tree of universal truth and unconditional love.

    Do plants use belief? Do fish use belief? Do animals use belief, or do they all exist according to specific natural design? Is your mind and life a product of universal fact or fiction? Do you still use any sort of belief system as a base for your actions, reactions and health choices?

    There are many people who still think that negative re-active programming is not a major danger to their existence and that the rest of us are not victim-slaves of hidden powers. Especially for those individuals, it must be with your conviction that the information contained within this self-discovery tour is not true or worthy of use.

    We have arrived at the entrance to our destination. Have a good look around and think about whether you have any real need or reason to return to the hazardous ways of experiencing life as a servant to the Ego-Belief System. While you are here, you may like to sample a few magic love-potions to enhance your appreciation of this stimulating mind transitional imagery.

    For what it is worth, it may have been the ancient Greeks who programmed this self-censoring program and it was our leading physicists who have shown us the bare essence and intent of life as an infinite energy-source which appears to have no centre because it is everywhere, portrayed by everything that is existent and non-existent. This energy does have a basic language formation designed as a self-regulating electro-magnetic regenerating system driven by two polarized hearts-of-intent, working in alternate co-ordination within an expanding perimeter of super-natural creation.

    Why don’t you ask yourself how you feel about being trapped in a reality paradigm that runs on witchcraft and sorcery, directing how people behave with sub-conscious emotional response programs?


    The importance of Neuro Linguistic Programming ( NLP )

    To the average Jo Blow or Jill Smith, NLP probably mean less than Jack Schitt. But, as our old and out of date systems collapse around us, the value of nlp will mean much more to Humanity than ever thought possible.

    N.L.P. is a universal language system which can be easily understood and the following word descriptions may be of benefit for the un-initiated:

    Neuro: The concept that all behaviour is physiological ie, has its origins in neurological processes such as sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch. Simple examples of links between trained emotional-response programming and physical changes include butterflies in the stomach when we feel nervous or going red with embarrassment, even when the situation may be artificially created.

    Linguistic: (Language) To make sense of information and communicate with others, we use different forms of language to transfer meaning and negotiate results.

    Programming: Patterns of how we organize ideas and actions. Once a pattern is learned, the brain will continue to use it until some different pattern is learned.


    AFFIRMATIONS—Affirmations are statements to yourself, which confirm to your sub-conscious mind how you want to experience the circumstances of life.

    Affirmations can help anyone to be free from stressful feelings and unwelcome negative emotions.
    ”Sticks and stones can break my bones, but words can never hurt me!”

    When you think about how words are used to control and manipulate reactions, it becomes impossible to deny that all human minds have been captured and hypnotized by corporate systems in order maintain their controlling agendas. When words can cause you to react in un-preferred negative ways, you are mind-trapped and at constant risk of being harmed or causing harm to other mind-trapped victims. For the truth to set you free, you have to grant it permission. But if your mind is trained to resist and reject the concept of mind-freedom and fear of the ‘unknown’ is wasting your life, the use of powerful natural affirmations can evoke a passionate inner-self’s desire to grant permission.

    ANGUISH (Mental suffering)—The centre of all anguish lies in the issue of opinion and contradiction. Once you ‘get it’, and see how it affects your life, your well-being and the lives of others, you can take responsible action and free yourself forever. If you want a powerful, happy existence, get a grip on the issue of contradiction – and you will be eternally free!

    Personal reality—-our perception of life, the psychology and metaphysics of our human conditions – is formed solely from opinion. We perceive and act on what we have grown to believe!

    We mostly inherit our opinions and feelings from others, or construct them from common role-modeled demonstrations such as cultural, religious and organized crime. They identify us as predictable by forming and defining how we falsely see the circumstances of the real world. Every opinion is different and potentially conflicting.

    With a bit of practice you can eliminate the majority of all anguish produced from opinion. You can free yourself from the opinions you have acquired, as well as those you might think are your own creation. This will liberate you from the negative emotion and destructive anguish it offers.

    When you process circumstances with the oneness of universal knowledge things become morally ethical, clearly accountable and socially responsible, so that wherever you go there will be continual harmony, adventure and opportunity.

    For life’s circumstances to generate negative emotion, they have to contradict your opinion. If circumstances don’t contradict one of your opinions, your reaction is neutral. When circumstances enhance your opinions, they generate positive emotion for you.

    Freedom from anguish can often arrive quickly when you simply just ‘Wake-up’ to the scheme of how everything works.

    “My mind is now programmed to accept
    contradictions as natural and I have no need
    to react to them in a negative way.”

    By doing these actions, you return to your truest natural state, serene, happy, and enabled by the unique gift of consciousness we call life.

    n embrace infinity inside a mortal experience.
    n ‘believe’ in a supreme power we can’t see.
    n learn to love in a dimension where there is so much hatred.
    n develop self-worth while people control us.
    n see beauty where there is distortion.
    n be non-corrupt in a corrupted world.

    Transcendence is nothing more than accepting the contradictions of life without resistance, but embracing these contradictions is not what we are taught. We are taught to resist.

    As soon as you agree to stop resisting, everything becomes more comfortable and enjoyable. All of life’s circumstances are neutral. Life has no particular quality, positive or negative, other than the labels we give it and how we react to things.

    “The circumstances of life have no particular quality.
    They are neutral. Its only HOW and WHY I to respond
    to them, that allows or denies happiness and prosperity.”

    When ideas come together to form an opinion, and when that opinion is seen by you to be pleasing, the personality backs that opinion by investing it with emotion.

    Emotion is the tool the personality uses to grant credibility and value to opinions. It’s how the personality feels worthwhile and gets what it wants. It can wield emotion like a sledge-hammer, manipulating others to its needs and desires.

    How does this system work? We start with an idea; we back it with reasoning to confirm the idea to ourselves. Then we lace it with emotion, investing ourselves in it. Then we go through emotional power-plays, doing whatever it takes, in an attempt to get what we want. When circumstances call our bluff, we are devastated.

    The thing you desire – fame, success, money, opportunity, romance, etc, – will usually come to you in part, through the actions of others. It’s your fellow humans who help carry your desires from the nebulous metaphysics of possibility to your immediate reality, where you get to feast upon the produce of your dreams.

    Build your own road into the future. Take fifteen minutes of each day to visualize, as though granted, the condition or circumstance you want. Create a mental setting, see yourself with the object of your desire. Become a part of it, let it become a part of you. Then go and do something that moves you towards your dreams – something practical and positive.

    “I use emotion, not as a self-indulgent tool to
    attract attention or promote myself. I act powerfully
    and concisely to create enthusiasm for others”.

    It’s the death of things that scares us. Not just the physical death, but the termination of familiar things – the end of a relationship, a job, a habit or addiction. Sometimes it’s a rhythm that is about to change, or your location, or a feeling of certainty you’ve clung to.

    It’s change we resist. Yet change is nature’s way of keeping you alive and fresh. We live in a rapidly developing world. If you are not changing, life is leaving you behind. Things will get tougher, not easier.

    Once you can accept change and endings, and not see them as personal affronts, most of your fear will dissipate. By attempting to hang on to circumstances and conditions whose energy is spent, your well-being and energy is being depleted.

    Fear of change, fear of the unknown is only an emotional program. You don’t have to know what will happen in the future to feel safe. But you can use programs-of-change that can improve your life and the lives of others.

    Emotional fear is nothing more than Ego’s expectancy of an upcoming contradiction. It is the most dangerous emotional response. False emotional fear resides within the self’s response programs and dissapears when confronted. Real fear is Nature’s way of self preservation, flight or fight!
    True awareness of prevailing circumstances is the best defense against Fear.


    Confusion occurs as a systematic mind-game used throughout most western communities, which clouds what one knows or doesn’t know. It allows for indecisive action, poor reasoning and instability, usually manifesting as erratic behaviour and irresponsible choices.

    Confusion comes, first and foremost, from ignorance and disabled intent to seek the clarity of knowledge. Confusion is often used to avoid the emotional ‘fear‘ of its associated truth.

    In helpingothers to resolve their confusion, never ask the individual what they think, always ask how they feel about their issues. Then ask them what they want. Help them discover whether they really want what it is they think they want. Then get them to look at whether their want is reasonable. Most individuals are professional dreamers who in fact, only need dreaming. They don’t want the responsibility or the action required to materialize their dreams.

    ” Confusion is a product of ignorance.
    I have replaced confusion with objective inquiry.”

    Frustration comes from expectancy, the emotional outcropping of which is desire. Most frustration stems from slotting hopes and plans into preselected timeframes which you consider necessary to support your intentions.

    When it comes to relying on people we usually try to slot individuals into patterns that suit us, – a futile exercise in self destruction.
    The main source of frustration for many people is the experience of not getting what they want. One solution to that is not want whatever it is you think you want. If you can’t manage that, at least want less things. The more things you have to have, the more vulnerable you become. If you are mature and emotionally educated, you’ll need nothing from anyone – and what little you do need you can provide for yourself.

    Remember, most of the things you think you need are Ego-designed to bolster your image and your perception of security. You’ll waste a lot of energy satisfying the warden of your emotional bondage. As soon as it’s got what it wants it ignores all your efforts and promptly nails another list of demands on your forehead.

    “Frustration comes from the victim-addiction of
    being a slave to Ego’s timing and delivery of it’s
    desires. I now happily accept what I can‘t change,
    and work on what I can.”

    Spiritual awareness? Surely, if it was good for Humanity wouldn’t we all be using it by now? Has it helped to fix Humanity’s suffering or Earth’s natural health?

    Is there any evidence to show that Spiritual Awareness can stop wars, crime or environmental destruction? What motive or intention would anyone have to possess it, or be possessed by it, unless it was thought to be a safe haven for the mind and not the body? Would World powers let us have Spiritual Awareness if it could disrupt their population control programs?

    ”I have found my true natural self!
    I am free from harmful mind control programs!”


    At the level that most people relate to the notion of freedom, it generally means the freedom to express ourselves however we wish; to choose work or career, friends, politics, religion or where to live. Yet there is another way to understand freedom. At its most vital level, it means the freedom to be, to be the beautiful, conscious person you are. Being inwardly free, not restricted or bound by any sense of personal limitation, not subject to negative emotional reactivity, always feeling relaxed, at peace, and open to life at each and every moment.

    As you begin to master the art of being free in this way, your life becomes a more harmonious, deeply satisfying flow. Out of your relaxed state of contentment in the present, you do what you feel called to do, what you love to do, or simply, whatever needs to be done. Authentic action, or doing, flows out naturally of being. As Lao Tzu said, in the Tao Te Ching: The way to do is to be.

    As a result of what you do, you will have certain results, the fruits of your actions, whether in your relationships, work, health, recreation, money situation, or whatever. You will be able to enjoy these results fully because you are not depending upon them for your inner peace and well-being. Because you know how to be, you already are at peace within. The outer gifts in life are like a bonus, icing on the cake.

    So, how do you get to this state of inner freedom? The quickest and simplest path known and the subject of ENTHUSIASM, is to undergo your own self-informed census of sub-consciousness intent to initiate an objective shift of conscious awareness.

    What is that shift? Essentially, it is seeing the universal truth, that you are not your story. You are not any story. You are not your psychological and emotional history, nor are you your self image. You are not your cultural, ethnic, national, social or religious story.

    All your stories, memories, experiences, have shaped your personality but they are still only your stories. They may have been real once, but are definitely not real now. They are an illusory world existing between your ears, in the form of fleeting thoughts, beliefs, pictures, and ideas of self, with corresponding feelings and emotions in your body.

    When conflict or suffering arises, or when your buttons get pushed, it is because a person or an event, real or imagined, contradicts your view or expectation, your story, about the way things should be, or ought to be. The conflict is experienced as a disturbing feeling or emotion, whether it be anxiety, fear, or some other negative emotional reaction.

    However, the upsetting feelings and emotions only exist because of the stories that fuel them, which keeps them alive. When you are not holding onto any story in your mind, but are simply very aware and relaxed in the present, your emotional state is always one of ease, harmony, and flow. This is a very important point to understand if you are at all interested in releasing true inner self from the unnatural risk-laden confinements of overcrowded corporatized collectives of Subjective Information Networks.

    “Creation is Vibration. Vibration is Creation.”
    The entire universe and everything in it, including us, is energy in flux – energy flowing and vibrating at varying frequencies. This occurs in the physical as well as the subtle realms. We attract that which is resonant with our being.

    We create what we are vibrating. What we vibrate we create. Our own energy vibrates according to our habits of thinking. Thoughts become waves of meaning-fields that are powered and further strengthened by our emotional responses to the predominant ways we think.

    The decisions we make now are setting the trajectory and the vibratory fields for many years to come, personally and collectively. In 2000 we stood in awe and anticipation at the coming of the new century and 3rd millennium.

    One thing is clear. The industrial age thinking that gave rise to our current culture is absolutely insufficient to its transformation. Antagonistic dualism in any form is not cutting it, nor will it ever. We are in a time of evolution unlike any we have witnessed or known when what must evolve is our own human thinking and awareness. You who are receiving this and in this dialogue with me right now are truly leaders in the forefront of our new quantum era.

    An exciting proposition!

    When we QuantumThink we realize we are living in an expanded reality Beyond Time. From this timeless state, what we create by virtue of our Intent begins to manifest instantaneously when created with the understanding of how our mind works to generate reality.

    Creation is vibration. Vibration is creation. From a new world view perspective, the entire universe and everything in it is energy in continuous motion. We are not stuck with the way things appear to be, even though the illusion of our ordinary 5 senses has conditioned us for so many centuries to see reality as fixed.

    With each New Year, we have the grace of another opportunity – a new determining point. How will we use it?

    “According to string theory [the latest theory in physics] if we could somehow magnify a point particle, we would actually see a small vibrating string. In fact, according to this theory, matter is nothing but the harmonies created by this vibrating string.”

    – Michio Kaku, Hyperspace

    “…particle properties in string theory are the manifestation of one and the same
    physical feature: the resonant patterns of vibration – the music… of string.”
    – Brian Greene, The Elegant Universe

    This year, what are we vibrating? An unusual question from an old world view, yet quite normal and of the utmost relevance from a new world view. What harmonies, melodies and symphonies will the strings of our being play?

    The core distinction of the quantum world and of the QuantumThink system of thinking is that we live in an Observer-created Reality. Reality is not absolute and fixed as once erroneously believed. Reality is generated and experienced according to what we, as human Observers, bring to our Observations. Until you begin to live from the foundation of this key principle, you may find yourself as flotsam and jetsam on the sea of life, mechanically reacting to circumstances that seem out of your control.

    When you begin living with the heightened awareness that what we bring to our Observations – of the people we relate with regularly, our view of ourselves and what we are capable of, our understanding of world situations at large and what’s possible – then regardless of prevailing circumstances, you begin to know what it means to live masterfully in command of your destiny.

    The essence of what we bring to our Observations is The Power of Intent.
    From a QuantumThink perspective, Intent is not a goal. Intent is an energetic – a resonance that you set in motion and bring into existence by virtue of your conscious thought and attention, articulation and emotion. Intent sets up a powerful force field that attracts probabilities your way, consistent with the resonant Intent.

    We are speaking about the most formidable power of creation that is a gift to us by our birthright –

    The Power of Intent. When you take this into your own hands and into your own awareness, you take yourself to an extraordinary level of effectiveness appropriate to the uncertain, unpredictable, fleeting nature of the world as it is today.

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  131. Owen Jacques says:

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  132. chris says:

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  133. pete smith says:

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    @roulla – Australian freelance gadget and technology journalist. Currently writing for, Cathay Pacific, Australian Men’s Style. Have appeared in SMH, the Age, Virgin Blue.

  136. @HelenBradley Helen Bradley expat Australian, freelancer ACP – PC User mag

  137. Sam Ikin says:

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    What a great idea. I’m bookmarking this blog now.

  138. Katrina Fox says:

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    @debsm – Debs Majumdar – Multimedia Journalist – SBS
    @Sonya_gee – Sonya Gee – Current Affairs Producer SBS & multimedia artist
    @drKeir – Keir Smith – Technical Lead, SBS Online

    plus many more….

  140. David Scott says:

    Great list, thanks for this!

    Not sure if this is a double comment or not (sorry if it is) but just thought I’d give a heads up that @uommedia is missing the U.


    David @uommedia

  141. David Scott says:

    Hi there, just quickly correcting the @uommedia account under academics – we’re missing our ‘u’.

    Great list though, thanks.


  142. Lawrie Zion says:

    Hi Dave, please add me to your list. I coordinate the Bachelor of Journalism and the Master of Global Communications degree programs at La Trobe university. Thanks, Lawrie Zion


  143. Lucy Robertson says:

    Hi David… in case you’re still updating this, I’m a freelance writer, editor and sub for a range of peeps, including Virgin Blue Voyeur, Go magazine, SMH, Optus/Austar/Foxtel, couple of foodie rags and health pubs. Will pretty much do anything (at a computer) for cash… Tweeting sporadically at @loopymedia, often about my dog.

  144. kylie keene says:

    no longer freelancing for Austero.

  145. Andrew Fenton says:

    Hi, just joined Twitter. @andrewfenton
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  146. chris says:

    This is updated constantly.
    From Fairfax


  147. Stacy Farrar says:

    This list is excellent and thanks for including me in it – I genuinely appreciate it.

    I’m no longer the editor of the Sydney Star Observer, I am now an editor with Cumberland Newspapers. I’m only putting this out there as I don’t want my inane twitters to be considered as an opinion on the state of Australia’s gay and lesbian community. I quite happily spend more time in Cabramatta than Darlo these days.

  148. david price says:

    Great list. Thanks!

  149. Dan says:

    A few more Music Photographers for the list
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    @nicbezzina – NSW
    @antzpantz – WA
    @mojojay – WA
    @leni_t – QLD
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  150. jOsephine Ki says:

    Clever link baiting and impressive list! stoked to have made it. I freelance specialising in editorial, concert and social photography in the online and print media.

    shameless plug: also shoot corporate events & weddings to pay for lenses and gear


  151. kylie keene says:

    @kyza – Freelance photographer for the Austereo Network [Brisbane] Triple M & B105, contributor for Rave Magazine,, Hi-Fi Brisbane

  152. Kristen says:

    “@ErikVeland Erik Veland – and from comments recommends: “@kyza, @stillpixel and @dreadfuldan are very talented Music Photographers”.”

    @stillpixels not stillpixel :) Cheers!

  153. Ashlee says:

    Former Village Voice (Sydney) journalist, now living in Indonesia working at the Jakarta Globe English daily.

  154. Rosalyn Page says:

    Hi Dave, you can add me to your list of Twitts. GlitterAshen aka Ros Page/ Choice journo. cheers, Ros

  155. Saysdavid says:

    Thanks for this list – great to see a comprehensive list finally!

    Any journos out there interested in social justice stories, health and environment stories (particularly around water) feel free to add me. Always put up my campaigns on twitter as they’re going along…..


  156. mike bennie says:


    Freelance wine/travel writer here. Working from Sydney but freelance to variety of publications, both newsstand and trade. Most well known is Time Out Sydney where I am Wine Writer.

    Many thanks

    Mike Bennie

  157. Dave Earley says:

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    A few weeks ago I wrote about the Power of the Retweet. Nine retweets in three hours meant one story reached a potential audience of 7600 people. I was reminded of that post when I noticed Darren Rowse from Problogger had retweeted the link. Darren has 57,000 followers alone on Twitter

  158. John Passant says:

    I must be in the bottom 100. Oh well.

  159. Rose Vines says:

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  160. @metaverseoz – under Freelancers ;)

  161. Michelle Matthews @SecretsHQ Publisher of Deck of Secrets guides and contributor to Qantas Travel Insider website, Sunday magazine (News Ltd) & others

  162. Hannah says:


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    Gold Coast music website My Vision TV @myvisiontv

    and because I love self-promotion, I’m a journalist! @HannahRobertson

  163. Gladys Kravitz says:

    Shame that the Fairfax list forgot to mention journos from The Age in Melbourne. It’s not all about Sydney – sorry, in Sydney it is.

    • Dave Earley says:

      The list might include more Fairfax people from Melbourne (I don’t know, does it include any?) if I had ever seen them on Twitter.

      They could be there…but I haven’t come across them in the course of my Twitter experience.

      And I won’t be wasting my time actively searching for them. There is no agenda.

  164. Dave Earley says:

    Thanks for the continuing additions and corrections everyone! There’s a whole bunch here I’ll have to catch up with over the weekend.

    @m0nty – I’ve corrected yours and pulled it out of “Teachers” :)
    @dr_nic – I actually came across your account during the ensuing discussion about this list. You only don’t appear here because I hadn’t seen your Twitter account before! :)

    That goes for everyone… this was a randomly collated list of journalist’s accounts I stumbled across. By the way, apologies to anyone upset by appearing in “Miscellaneous Unknown”. I’m more than happy to correct that (time permitting) if you tell me where you’re from!

  165. Nic Healey says:

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  166. Paulwiggins says:

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  167. Marisa says:


    Add me! Marisa Wikramanayake, freelance, Perth, feature writer and columnist, also music beat, writing for RTR FM and The Sunday Leader. My twitter would be @mwikramanayake .

    Thanks for the list, Marisa.

  168. Jed White says:

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    Jed White

    Another aussie overseas in Boulder. Media junkie and software developer. Starting up new media software company in USA. Previously Editor-in-Chief of APC and Publishing Director at ACP. Also @mediamum’s worser half.

  169. Jed White says:

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    Also @mediamum’s worser half :)

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  173. Mel Campbell says:

    Hi Dave,

    Really appreciate you putting together this epic list. A few notes:

    I’m not on staff at jmag any more, although I do freelance for them. jmag editor Jenny Valentish twitters at @triplejmag.

    The Twitter profile you listed for me is private. In public, I Twitter at @ftpathzeitgeist and @the_enthusiast.

    Also – and this is really petty but hey, it’s the editor in me – my surname has a P in it!

    @elerimai (Eleri Harris) and @rbbrown (Ruth Brown), who are in your uncategorised list, are both Crikey journalists, as is Crikey deputy editor @sophblack (Sophie Black) and @andrewjcrook (Andrew Crook). Sarah Stokely no longer works for Crikey.

  174. Wendy Hall says:

    I’m the food writer at City News (News Ltd – Brisbane) and chief sub at Quest. Yay! Also have a food blog called eat. (noice, different, unewsual)

    Foodie, journo.


  175. Mel Campbell says:

    Hi Dave,

    Really appreciate you putting together this epic list. A few notes:

    I’m not on staff at jmag any more, although I do freelance for them. jmag editor Jenny Valentish twitters at @triplejmag.

    The Twitter profile you listed for me is private. In public, I Twitter at @ftpathzeitgeist and @the_enthusiast.

    Also – and this is really petty but hey, it’s the editor in me – my surname has a P in it!

    @elerimai (Eleri Harris) and @rbbrown (Ruth Brown), who are in your uncategorised list, are both Crikey journalists, as is Crikey deputy editor @sophblack (Sophie Black). Sarah Stokely no longer works for Crikey.

  176. Kerry Heaney says:

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  177. Pretty impressive list I must say. However I henceforth wish to be known as “writer, Rave magazine, Brisbane”, “journalist” and “music writer” as well a “freelancer” :) Recommended music personality: Andrew McMillen aka @niteshok.
    Denis Semchenko aka @musojourno

  178. If you want to add me amongst the photographers then feel free.


    Also @kyza, @stillpixel and @dreadfuldan are very talented Music Photographers.

  179. m0nty says:

    I am @m0nty and I don’t know where you got the idea that I work at RMIT. I am a graduate of that J-school, admittedly. I am an independent publisher, my site is FanFooty.

  180. Jed White says:

    Jed White

    Another overseas aussie in Boulder CO. New media junkie, micro-blogger and media software startup guy, previous Editor-in-Chief of APC and Publishing Director at ACP.


    Also @mediamum’s worser half :)

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  182. Jed White says:

    Hi, another overseas aussie in Boulder CO. New media junkie, micro-blogger and media software startup guy, previous Editor-in-Chief of APC and Publishing Director at ACP.
    Also @mediamum’s worser half :)

  183. Bryce Ives says:

    Bryce Ives
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    Freelance Media Producer/Theatre Director:


  184. Do I deserve a place? I’m a volunteer who helps run and maintain ABC Island in Secondlife, and develop and produce entertainment in world.


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  185. Rose Hartley says:

    Rose Hartley

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  187. Alastair Haigh says:

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  188. The PR Lab says:

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  189. John O'Brien says:

    Dave: No worries, I’m fairly forgettable! 8)

  190. I can imagine what the Tweet Alert inbox is going to look like once all the Digital Marketers get onto this one!

    What is interesting is how this changes the way businesses will promote their news (or does it?)

    • Dave Earley says:

      It will change how businesses promote their news, but more how they manage their image – by watching what’s being said or asked by journalists, and “smoothing” things over before a negative story takes off.

  191. Dave Earley says:

    To everyone – thanks for the additions of your own accounts, and the corrections as well.

    Some comments were getting filtered as spam, but I’ve approved those now. If you leave a comment and it doesn’t show, I’ll see and approve it eventually. Otherwise give me a nudge via Twitter. I’m @earleyedition.

    Keep them coming. I’ll add them back into the list when and where possible, but don’t forget your comments can include HTML code, so you can create a link to your account!

    A journalist who doesn’t know basic HTML? Better fix that.

    Creating a hyperlink in HTML
    Twitter was once the realm of the tech journalist and IT crowd, but now it’s a little more mainstream, so this is a quick tip some readers might actually benefit from.
    Consider this your first lesson towards becoming a multimedia journalist if you are frightened by these interwebs.
    To create a link to a web page, use the following code:
    <a href="">link name</a>

    And so, to create a hyperlink to, or your account, you just wrap the above code around @twitteraccount.
    So, <a href="">@earleyedition</a>, shows in the comment as:

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  192. Jess McGuire says:

    Technically, I write for Also, I would prefer either Professor or Princess in front of my name. Honoured to make the list, THANK YOU.

  193. John O'Brien says:

    Sub-editor and Mac columnist at The Courier-Mail

  194. Daniel Cheah says:

    Well… Not really journalist or media per se…

    But, I am the financial accountant at Nova 969. That does count, right…

    Don’t forget about us finance peeps. Otherwise, we will disappear into nothingness…


  195. Scott Fitzgerald, Web Editor/Producer of – tweeting as @GadgetGuyOnline

  196. OwenJay says:

    Daily Mercury is APN-owned, not “Other random Newsltd”.

  197. John Le Fevre. photo-journalist, former Walkley award finalist, writer, photographer and copy editor in Bangkok @photo_journ

  198. Peter Hollo says:

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  199. Em Rusciano says:

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  200. Michael Gorey, Editor of The Border Watch

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  202. Graham Cairns says:

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    Oh – and also @ABC_Newsradio – what it says :)

  203. Alex Wake says:

    I’m an academic, a working journo at Radio Australia, and I’m not on the list — but at least some of my students are. Well done to you all.

  204. AWESOME now I don’t have to keep the list up to date. Too much like unpaid work – got to 90 and gave up. hah! But seriously, you have added to this list exponentially, great research, great use of connections, clearly presented. Have you ever thought of being a journalist yourself, poppet? :P

    • Dave Earley says:

      Thanks, I commented on your list that I had been thinking of doing same… Have since been slowly collating… As I said though, personally collecting them all has become nigh impossible given the recent and continuing influx.

  205. Zan Rowe says:

    triple j Morning aka Zan Rowe.

    Just clarifying that I have a name, and am not simply a time of day.

    • Dave Earley says:

      Thanks Zan :) I included those Triple J “show” accounts (where I haven’t included ABC Local Radio accounts) because I’ve noticed they are generally run by the presenters as a personal account. Now added you by name. Will do others as time permits.

  206. @imacri says:

    “Multimedia producer?” That’s correct.

  207. Tim Coronel says:

    @Tim_Coronel publisher, Bookseller+Publisher magazine, the Weekly Book Newsletter, Australian Library News, etc.

  208. Chelsea Hunter says:

    Chelsea Hunter, editor, writer (music, film, health, pop culture)

  209. Adrian says:

    Adrian Musolino – freelance sports journalist –

  210. The Roar says:

    Check out The Roar, sports opinion website on Twitter at @TheRoarSports.

  211. Michelle Scavone, @medconnect & @michscav (personal), medical editor/journalist for MedConnect (

  212. Damian Hall says:

    I’m not very important, but can I join the gang please?
    Damian Hall, editor TNT Down Under

  213. John Le Fevre: Freelance photo-journalist (text and photos), 1995 Walkley Award finalist copy editor currently based in Bangkok writing on tourism, SEO, human rights, current events.

  214. Adam Jones says:

    Apologies if this is a double post, we are still stuck on IE5 in our office and it doesn’t play well with the internet.

    Adam Jones (@AdamAndJones)
    Freelance film writer/critic for The West Australian, Xpress Mag & FILMINK.

  215. Fran Molloy says:

    @franmolloy freelance journalist for Fairfax, ABC and too many others, will write for cash, cheep cheep

  216. @geerob Georgina Robinson Sydney Morning Herald reporter

  217. Crikey literary blogger, Bookseller+Publisher writer/ed assistant:


  218. Adam Jones says:

    Hello everyone!

    Adam Jones (@AdamAndJones)
    Freelance film writer/critic for The West Australian, Xpress Mag & FILMINK.

  219. David Hague says:

    Twitter List:

    @vbthedog David Hague Publisher / Editor Australasian Camcorder (auscam) magazine

  220. Jen says:

    jennifer bennett – wentworth courier reporter (but this is my own account)

  221. Tim says:

    @lefa – editor Green magazine, The Pun and the Pundit
    Wrong Twitter account – the correct one is @madeinmelbourne

  222. Eliot says:

    Eliot Fish, freelance games journalist, the Sun-Herald

  223. m says:

    @andrew303 Andrew Richardson – creative director at NDM is no longer at NDM…he’s in agency land

  224. @elissabaxter Elissa Baxter, freelance journo, editor of Go magazine

  225. ryan egan says:

    you might want to recheck this one in the ABC list: @rjcooke

    And you can add me:

    Ryan Egan
    ABC Radio Australia (international service)
    Producer/Presenter – Tech Stream (technology program)

  226. Rach says:

    Rachael Bolton, staff writer, Mediaweek

  227. I guess my days of lurking “miscellaneously” are at an end. @brontegirl is Kimberley Porteous, the Sydney Morning Herald’s multmedia editor.

  228. Ross Prowd says:

    Ross Prowd – freelance and The Sportsman

    It is so exciting to think of beeing included in a List

    twitter @rossprowd

  229. Ross Prowd says:

    Ross Prowd – freelance / The Sportsman

    It is just so exciting to think about being on a list


  230. tony serve says:

    please ad me to your twitter list as @perthtones
    currently hosting fill-ins at Fairfax/6PR,
    freelancing, blogging, and tweeting
    areas of interest – child protection,mental health, environment

  231. You forogt me! Andrew Hornery, SMH gossip columnist – editor of Private Sydney.

  232. marc says:

    marc fennell film critic for triple j + abc local radio



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