Monday: Newsy Snacks For Busy People
Vanessa Robinson: Pride of Australia Medal finalist Vanessa is the face of an important campaign to raise awareness about carbon monoxide poisoning, and the detector device which can prevent leaking appliances from taking lives. Vanessa lost her two gorgeous boys in an accident at their home two years ago, and she’s taking steps to ensure this never happens to anyone else. More info about this SUPER important issue here.
Steve Jobs: Remember how I told you about Steve Jobs home getting burgled last week? Well, it turns out that the fella who robbed the late Apple CEO’s home gave an iPad he nicked to a mate, who promptly downloaded ‘The Pink Panther’ theme song from iTunes, thus making the device instantly trackable. The police showed up at his home and took the Jobs iPad away. Kinda funny… kinda weird. More here.
Colin Friels: Actor Colin Friels has collapsed during a performance of Death of a Salesman in Sydney. He was taken to St Vincent’s hospital for tests after collapsing during the play’s second act. He’s apparently resting at home now. More here.
Howzat: Did you watch? Did you see Rhonda? Did you see many moustaches?! Did you see slacks? What did you think?!
Julian Assange has addressed the world from the Ecuadorian embassy.
Make macarons eleven different ways! Ole!
A beautiful post from What Katie Ate.
Cindy Crawford is out and about.
The Age reports that 192 women give birth each year with the help of bystanders!
Shane Warne with Liz Hurley and son Damian
Seven great writing and productivity articles via Copyblogger.
Yum. Make Chicken Noodle Alphabet Soup!
John Lennon’s killer is up for parole again.
Kate Moss and daughter on holiday in St Tropez
What I’ve learned as the husband as a blogger.
News.com.au reports flagging ratings for Big Brother, but I think that makes sense after the blockbuster premiere?
Here’s our Clip Of The Day: