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Stop Signs On The Super Highway
March 7th, 2011

Those restrictions might make business sense, but consumers of internet services must find the constant apologies for content not available in their region a backwards step to say the least.

Simulating the Future
April 1st, 2009

Moderated by Austrade chief economist Tim Harcourt, science reporter Robyn Williams, Perth Lord Mayer Lisa Scaffidi and notables from the government, resources and planning sectors played the roles of future Prime Ministers, Premiers, Planning Ministers, Economic and Science Advisors and more.


The Global Local
June 26th, 2011

We’re not causing this, the Internet is. Do you really think you deserve a secure 20-year career in data entry? I’d suggest you go back to school!

Through a Virtual Eye
June 1st, 2007

It’s the distributors and studios that are going to save money — by not having to earmark hundreds of millions to send a movie around the world as they do currently.


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.

Back to nature
May 1st, 2010

Achieving the environmental gains that built in natural processes offer seems like a huge task after our history of high waste, factory-style production, but it can start with the simple question ‘how would nature do this?’ Next time you turn on a light at home (which probably uses about 120 volts of electricity) consider that the Amazon electric eel can produce three times as much power using chemicals that also are found in the human body.






Thanks for the Idea The concept of ownership is under constant assault in the digital age. ...
April 1st, 2009

The Global Local More than just call centres, it's now professional services matched to rock ...
June 26th, 2011

Whoops, there goes… The publication of news is in a high state of flux. Even ...
June 26th, 2011

Simulating the Future It used to be called role-playing, but an interesting example of an ...
April 1st, 2009

Cyburbia Cyburbia is what author James Harkin calls the virtual realm we inhabit ...
December 1st, 2009

Rise of the Machines With the mobile phone's takeover PDAs, electronic organisers and more behind us, ...
September 1st, 2008


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