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Here are my picks for my top 10 blog posts of 2014.
- There is nothing more powerful than 20/20 Foresight to know what’s coming in 2015…
- This is my favourite YouTube video of the year – brilliant – Word Crimes are committed by too many people’s.
- Antimimeticisomorphism is easier said than done – this example is priceless – poo pourri.
- The privacy pirates are still at it in 2014, maybe this guy’s one step ahead of them with his amazing mind reading skills!
- We all love our iPads… Who knew they are this versatile and useful?
- A metaphor can be the difference life and death, success or failure. This is one of my all-time favourites.
- This cute video says a lot about teamwork – Together Everyone Achieves More.
- Looks do matter – even if you’re a shark.
- I hope your calendar doesn’t look this this! Notice the caribou? Another great metaphor!
- Somethings are better left unsaid.
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Enjoy the best of 2014 and may 2015 bring you all the wealth, health and happiness you deserve!
I’ve blogged about graffiti statistics In Australia, the dangers of graffiti, the costs of graffiti in Australia and whether or not Graffiti is art or vandalism. But today it’s about a really cool video from The Graffiti Eaters who remove graffiti quickly and effectively – enjoy!
If you’ve never seen this uniquely Australian phenomenon, watch the video and be amazed at what Mother Nature can create… Gives a whole new meaning to “Cloud Surfing”.
Australian Cloud Formations
In the early 1990’s Western Australian State Governments attempted to address graffiti proliferation using various methods and management models. Despite this public concern continues to grow and so does the burden of state-wide graffiti removal costs. A tougher approach, which focuses considerable effort on offender management and behaviour, has now been adopted. A State Graffiti Taskforce has been established to deal with the problem.
Graffiti removal costs have been estimated at up to $30 million dollars per year within Western Australia. However, this figure is likely grossly underestimated due to the difficulty in obtaining an accurate cost largely to the nature of graffiti offences, its reporting and removal.
In 2005, the cost of criminal damage Australia wide, which included but was not limited to graffiti vandalism, was estimated to be $1.58 billion annually. This estimate is likely to be a conservative one given that graffiti vandalism, like other forms of criminal damage, is not always reported to police. It also gives no consideration to the social cost of graffiti vandalism; in particular the impact on perceptions of safety and public amenity. It is evident throughout Western Australia regardless of the social, economic or cultural status of the community that its persistence, spread and visibility have served to heighten the public’s sensitivity to it as a threat against civic order and safety in their community
It is estimated that it costs Australians half a billion dollars a year to clean up graffiti. The police are fighting an ongoing battle and the Public Transport Authority has resources in place with 1200 cameras spread through the system at stations and platforms.
According to the government, graffiti costs the NSW economy and taxpayers more than $100 million a year.
As Australians we are proud of our landmarks – especially the Sydney Opera House.
Here is a time lapse to give an insight into the incredible week-long construction of the Opera House cake. Watch as the monolithic, chocolate-brown structure transforms into the alabaster iconic Opera House. Like little worker bees inside a hive, this glimpse inside the Planet Cake kitchen shows how hard Paris and the volunteers worked, every step of the way. I
t is incredible to see a weeks worth of work in a short snapshot like this. It is a privilege to get a behind the scenes look inside Australia’s Number One cake kitchen, Planet Cake.
I’ve blogged about how to get MORE people to your blog… The best way is to SHOW you by getting YOU to get MORE people to my blog… Here’s another link you’re going to want to send to your close friends, family and colleagues.
Whether you are a Billy Joel fan or not, you probably remember his great song ‘We Didn’t Start the Fire.’
Here it is, set to pictures … It’s a fabulous flashback through the past half century. Turn up your volume, sit back and enjoy a review of 50 years of history in less than 3 minutes! Thanks to Billy Joel and some guy from the University of Chicago with too much time to Google!
I wonder how many of the images those under 40 will recognise from the early part of the song?? You might have to watch this more than once.
You will after you watch this exceptional YouTube Video that conveys
WHY you should always wear your seat belt.
Merci to Andrew Powell of Montreal Canada who sent this to me!
This is why I don’t live in Canada anymore… There’s ‘nothing you can do about it’… Once you hit the ice, it’s ‘over’…