Wednesday: Newsy Snacks For Busy People
Facebook: News.com.au reports today that one in five people would knock back a job or change jobs if their employer didn’t provide reasonable access to Facebook. Hays, the research firm who conducted the research, says that employers want to be trusted to use Facebook at work and that half of Australian workers will use social media sites for personal reasons during the working day. Read the full story here.
Kate & Wills: A French judge has banned the publication of the topless Kate Middleton photos. It’s, granted an injunction ordering the magazine to hand over all the shots too. Closer Magazine has 24 hours to deliver, or else they will be fined $12 000 for each day they delay. The ruling only applies to Closer Magazine, however, and the royals have commenced criminal action against the photographer who took the long lens shots in the first place. Read on.
Cory Bernardi: Good grief. Liberal Senator Cory Bernardi spoke in Parliament last night about gay marriage, and all the ills he think it would lead to. I actually found this hard to believe when The Age told me he’d linked gay marriage to bestiality. Here is what he actually said. ”The next step … is having three people that love each other should be able to enter into a permanent union endorsed by society, or four people. There are even some creepy people out there, who say that it’s OK to have consensual sexual relations between humans and animals. Will that be a future step?” Shut up, Cory. More here.
Make mini strawberry shortcakes!
Or make these cute origami notebooks.
What is happening to Nigella?
Kate Middleton can dance Tuvalu.
Do you love this home? I think it’s lovely!
Kylie at the premiere of Holy Motors, all sparkly-like.
I want to see this, but it will make me cry.
I could live here.
Advanced Style staged a flash fashion show. RAD.
20 sandwich recipes for your snacking pleasure.
Beef and mushroom ragu with pappardelle?
Here’s our Clip of the Day: