There is an i in Team No Fibs: co-publisher @geeksrulz tells his #NoFibs story #MediaMargo






This is the second in a new No Fibs series edited by Margo under her collaborative thesis. The first piece was by Michael Burge … and the next one will be by Tim Dunlop. The Fifth Estate might be new kid on the block, but it already packs a mighty punch above its weight. Everyone on social media […]






Walking Away











Citizen journos unite!






By Margo Kingston March 15, 2013 Source: Sheilas Sarah Capper, Sheilas editor: Veteran political journalist and author Margo Kingston is back! And just in the nick of time with an election year upon us. After some time off, Margo returned to writing at the end of last year, spurred into action when she heard Opposition leader […]






Manifesto for @NoFibs






By Margo Kingston March 1, 2013 It’s a funny feeling to be writing an introduction to the ebook of Still Not Happy, John!’, because after so many years in retirement I’m now back doing what I love – writing for and editing a citizen journalism website. Back then it was with the Sydney Morning Herald’s Webdiary, […]






Building Bridges






By Michael Taylor (TheAIMN) February 24, 2013 There is an old movie line I often recall: A life filled with activity suggests a life filled with purpose. I have no hesitation in borrowing that line in applying it is an apt portrayal of well-known Australian author and journalist; Margo Kingston. I’ve been a big fan of […]






Looking to past to prepare for future: Lessons of a Webdiary story






by Margo Kingston March 15 2006 Source: webdiary.com.au 18.02.2013: It seems I’m diving in again, so I’ve read about what happened last time. I decided to publish the past for anyone interested in the future of Australians for Honest Politics, as my beliefs about professionals partnering with citizens to do citizen journalism haven’t changed. This is […]






I am @geeksrulz






This is a big moment for me, saying who I am. I have personal, family and business reasons for being anonymous on Twitter. The last piece like this one I wrote 10 years ago on Margo Kingston’s pioneering Webdiary. Does it matter who The Geek is?  From the moment I set up a site with […]






Brough’s read his Ashby questions: Who will make him answer?






Kathy Sundstrom Sunshine Coast Daily article asked Mal Brough some of these AFHP questions. The Slipper diary entries 1. What information regarding the diaries did you receive from Ashby? 2. What dates did it cover? 3. Why did you want the information? 4. What use did you make of the information? 5. Do you consider it ethical […]






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