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Whoops, there goes…
June 26th, 2011

But the decline of newsprint trumpeted by everyone from reporters to media barons has another potential victim — the software companies like Quark and Adobe who’ve spent the past 30 years investing billions in desktop publishing, graphic design and publications management applications.

Perth Region
May 1st, 2001

Rather than riding the Roaring Forties to reach their targets of the Spice Islands of Southeast Asia, many were blown all the way to the reefs and rocks of the WA coast.


It’s All in the Mind
April 14th, 2010

There are many well-investigated cases where the brain has been able to compensate for such loss and gain some sort of normal functioning. Intact parts of the brain can take over functions of the lost parts and reconstitute the lost function.

Perth International Arts Festival’s digital program
February 14th, 2014

A ‘digital program’ at a major arts festival might sound like a nightmare to some – a squawking cacophony of computer games, expensive websites built with grant money that nobody looks at and self-aggrandising video clips from people who think they’re artists.


Freemasons spill secrets
September 13th, 2010

“[The Lost Symbol] was bound to stir public interest in Freemasonry,” Levenston told The West. “Instead of taking a defensive position we saw the book as the opportunity to go public. It let us show Freemasonry as open, ethical and keen to engage. The dark conspiracies have only been allowed to flourish because we’ve always been reluctant to talk about the Craft.”

Making it in the Movies
January 1st, 2010

If you’d invested in Titanic (1998) you would have received a little over $9 for every dollar you put in (900 percent ROI). For Crocodile Dundee (1986), USD$13 (1,300 percent ROI). For The Blair Witch Project (1999, the first sleeper hit of the web age), a whopping USD$7,103 (710,300 percent).






Future Shock It's not just sci-fi authors and futurists who predict the way the ...
September 16th, 2018

Wired For Stories Humans don't only respond to stories, we can't stay away from them. ...
June 18th, 2018

The Sounds of Silence Speech is the most effective and common method we use to connect ...
April 2nd, 2018

You, Rewired Our sense of self is one of the deepest and seemingly immobile ...
February 12th, 2018

In Pursuit of Memory In Pursuit of Memory is a journey of discovery for British neuroscientist ...
November 6th, 2017

In Pursuit of Memory is a journey of discovery for British neuroscientist ...


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