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19 Feb 2009
The Borings sued Google for invasion of privacy - but the judge just wasn't interested.
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Picture in your mind the path that 80 taxis or garbage trucks might make during a day's driving. Or a day's airplanes landing at Heathrow. Try visualising a graph of the emotions that people feel as
Staging Connections has promoted Haig Walker to general manager of Staging Connections Melbourne. Walker, who is currently in a similar role for the company in New Zealand, takes up his new position
18 Feb 2009
Not only are the advertised broadband speeds in Australia lower than world standard, a new report has found that we are not getting the speeds that we are paying for.
About five kilometres across town from the glamourous ScreenHub headquarters sits the West Melbourne home of The Creature Technology Company, centre of the $100 million live action animatronic marvel,
17 Feb 2009
Who's the number one phone farting application in the world, and did they infringe a trademark to get there. A legal feud that makes Today Tonight and ACA look like models of decorum.
16 Feb 2009
Let's make the future like the past but more boring, cries MTV as it clamps down on video embedding, and developers are pissed off.
That strange YouTube Letterman moment is linked and discussed by The Age. And yes, he did look like he was hanging out with the Unabomber.
Not true, quoth the Griffith locals. Didn't have this problem with 'Underbelly' One - maybe because the key characters lost interest in life at the business end of a shottie.
Screen Australia announces the new documentary group, which will inherit the work of Film Australia, The Australian Film Commission and the Film Finance Corporation.
The Guardian tracks an ad about dancing eyebrows which makes it onto the web. Of course. Which is why children all over Australia are frantically learning to exercise their facial muscles while their
' .online business owners are more confident, more profitable, more likely to be planning business growth, and are performing better than the general business community.. fighting the global collapse
“We are a family-oriented ISP and there has been significant demand from our customers for content filtering. Users can opt-in and opt-out whenever they want, which gives freedom to the customer
Lady Michelle (NOT SUSAN) Renouf is neatly hatchetted by this article in The Australian for campaigning to deny the Holocaust, and trying for a local website encouraging children to do the same. There
Major names, same old stuff? Not if you track the details, which Marcus Gillezeau is always determined to do. After all, the devil is in the detail - but so is the money.
Affordable as in twenty five grand.
15 Feb 2009
The Fairfax press is carrying this footage, shot from a front verandah as the St Andrews fire came roaring down on the house.
13 Feb 2009
People - lots of people - are actually downloading Screentime's Underbelly from the internet. It's free. It's legal. And by golly-gosh, it's successful.
With a film title like 'A Song of Good', nasty stunts are clearly out, so the producers tried for a limited edition good samaritan stunt: the first 500 people to log onto the site can watch the film o
Continuing its multinational mash-up, Brussels animation super-company which seized Australia's Flying Bark last year has made a smash-and-grab raid on Paris. They will build this one from the ground
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