Archive for March, 2010

Moonee Ponds Rotary

The breakfast talk with Rotary Moonee Ponds is tomorrow. I’m hoping to do some serious networking while there.

Team Members – Any Volunteers?

I’m looking for team members to help with logistics – if you have skills in media/marketing or event planning/management and could spare some time to help, please let me know.

Business Cards

I should have campaign business cards by the end of the week. My home brew cards were Ok but lacked that ‘finesse’. Thanks again to Essendon Web Solutions for the card layout & Impact Digital Printing.

Plan Big!

Check out to see where I’ve come from. Please support my plan there and share with your friends .

Ride-the-Talk | PlanBig

I succeed in getting 500,000 online signatures of people supporting action NOW from government to take things seriously, stop just talking the talk and start walking the walk.

Logo Design

This is the new logo that the guys at Essendon Web Solutions have created for me. Ride the Talk – my crazy journey to reduce energy use!


See if you can pick all the elements to this great design!

Essendon Web Solutions

As I said yesterday, I approached a local web design business yesterday, hoping for some feedback on a logo. Well, they offered to design me a logo! Then later, they said would I mind if they designed me a website! Would I mind? Are you kidding?

They are the fine folks at Essendon Web Solutions – they contacted me today to say they have a design to show me. I’m going in tomorrow morning. Awesome!

What a Day

It’s been just over a month since I had my epiphany and LOTS has happened since then. First things first, I’ve registered the domain – I intend to post to this and collect signatures from supporters. I’ve secured sponsorships from:

  • my local bike shop;                           Brunswick Cycles
  • a cycle clothing company;             Ground Effect
  • a carbon neutral web host;            Ilisys (a division of MYOB)
  • a printer (for business cards);      Impact Digital Printing

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