We're now at the end of week three of the eight-week federal election campaign, and all the body language I see from Turnbull is the same as he has displayed for the last few months beforehand: He looks bored with the Prime Ministership. That "ok I've done this Prime Minister thing, what's next?" languidness.
I've been contributing some of my computer's idle time to the World Community Grid for about three years, helping with the computation of research tasks relating to Ebola, TB, HIV/AIDS, as well as general cancer research.
Today they've added a Zika research project and I've signed up.
A list of 35 essential Twitter accounts to keep you sane. Alas some have fallen silent over the years. I need to find replacements. Only one human is on the list...
Vote Compass is a brilliant political science tool. I did the questionnaire yesterday and I believe the analysis they have come up with is pretty much on the money.
Here we go again. It may be a couple of months earlier than expected, it may be for twice as much of the Senate as expected, but we're off to another federal election. And, for the third time running, the Prime Minister at this election is not the Prime Minister Australia had at the start of this term.
This isn't about jumping on a bandwagon. This is the excitement at feeling as if 2016 could finally be the Chicago Cubs' year. Earlier today Jake Arrieta pitched a no-hit game, the second of his career, to give the Cubs a 16-0 win over the Cincinnati Reds.