GREG'S LEGACY

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In times of turmoil, turn to Twitter

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If you’re just joining us, I’m trying to provide a useful, filtered stream of news updates and contextual data on the events in Bangkok.
Twitter / nkoleszar 27 min ago

nkoleszar: That’s a rough outline of main areas, according to news reports, in which clashes are occurring.
Twitter / nkoleszar 29 min

nkoleszar: UDD appear to have poor tactical awarenes…

nkoleszar: UDD appear to have poor tactical awareness. At one clash, they allowed themselves to be herded back down into a road tunnel.
Twitter / nkoleszar 52 min

nkoleszar: One extremely worrying indicator, however, is one report from a friend that he saw a “mandarin get out!” sign at one red-shirt rally.
Twitter / nkoleszar 58 min

nkoleszar: So far, very much like past such events. Protests, rallies, coups – if you’re not in the clashes, you need the news/net to know what’s up.
Twitter / nkoleszar 59 min

nkoleszar: The backing track would probably be the sound of sirens, near and far. Hear, all we get is the sound of loud motorbikes zooming around.
Twitter / nkoleszar 1 hour ago

nkoleszar: In the West, one would hear the constant clatter of official helicopters overheard, perhaps in concert with news choppers.
Twitter / nkoleszar 1 hour ago

been for years of instability and developments in Thailand.
Twitter / nkoleszar 1 hour ago

watching TV in a police station. That might indicate general sentiment among the police.
Twitter / nkoleszar 1 hour ago
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Written by Greg Naylor

13 April 2009 at 5:10 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. Sorry Greg, I’ll give Twitter a miss and stick to the ABC News. Thailand ain’t a big issue for us in my opinion anyway.

    Fiji, now that’s more relevant to Oz, but I don’t think we’ll be getting any feeds out of coconut land.

    Ray Dixon (Bright)

    13 April 2009 at 7:49 pm

  2. Hi Greg
    thanks, trying to get in touch with friends teaching in Bangkok. No comms so far.
    Alta

    Alta

    15 April 2009 at 5:22 pm


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