Trevor Mallard is an internet junkie. He blogs on Red Alert, and he's an inveterate tweeter on Twitter. Hardly an hour goes by without Trevor saying something in cyberspace.
Not today though. Trevor hasn't tweeted for 22 hours. And his sole contribution to Red Alert has been a post about this week's episode of Backbenchers. Surely, there are more pressing issues than a TV programme that Trevor could blog about.
So are the rumours true? Why have Labour MP's from all over the country converged on Wellington today, when caucus doesn't meet until tomorrow? Why is David Cunliffe looking even more self-satisfied than usual. How well can Phil Twyford count? And has Trevor Mallard been too busy sending and receiving texts to and from New York to be able to get online today?
So many questions and so few answers. But Trevor Mallard's absence apart, the really big question is this; is Labour about to do a KRudd on its leader?