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Category Archives: Australia
This is kind of a follow up to my 2007 post, Thank You Cory, Thank You Google. Recently Larry Lessig spoke to Google employees as part of their AtGoogleTalks. He spoke about his recent book, Republic, Lost: How Money Corrupts … Continue reading
Floods have devastated Queensland and other parts of Australia. The area underwater is greater than France and Germany. At times like these I am always amazed at the great and positive ways how Web 2.0 technologies are used; whether social … Continue reading
From the ABC’s 7:30 report, a good news story about the Broadband Revolution coming to Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory. A fibre optic cable has be laid into Arnhem Land. This is great story in so many ways: The … Continue reading
via Boing Boing ABC Radio National has launched Pool: It’s a place to share your creative work with the Pool community and ABC producers – upload music, photos, videos, documentaries, interviews, animations and more. It’s a collaborative space where audiences … Continue reading
via Jeff Waugh’s Be the signal. The Australian Financial Review reports NSW education downgrades Microsoft. “The NSW Department of Education has put Microsoft on notice after it agreed to extend its software licensing agreement for just one year instead of … Continue reading
Today is Australia Day and as is often the case on days of significances, Google (AU) has a special header for the day. This is the result of Doodle 4 Google My Australia a competition for school students.