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Richard Taylor, head of WETA spoke to adoring fans who know his magic must be their magic if they dream of the future. He is The Man, after all.
In Sydney at the Communications Alliance 2010 Broadband & Beyond conference the day began with The Honourable Michael Lee imploring the sea of dark suits to consider readying themselves for the NBN Br
11 Feb 2010
Richard Taylor was presented with an honorary degree - Bachelor of Creative Technologies - by Weltec.
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Victoria University launched its symposium on cinema in the digital age with a special event featuring Richard Taylor at Park Road Post on Wednesday evening, a short stroll from his day job. Unchanged
10 Feb 2010
Government sites, including the DBCDE, have been hacked by an internet group called Anonymous, opposed to net censorship. When interviewed by 'Hungry Beast' Senator Conroy described last year's attack
Just getting over Pearlie, newly pumped up with another company melded into itself, Sticky Pictures plays with a Tiger and allows it to hang around a Fox. All to make the NSW government happy, with it
Tres cool system - get your ticket as a message, click to open a bar code, show it to the usher, forget to shut it off, drive everyone nuts.
As Ettamogah suspends staff, fails to pay, and fails to pay its deals about failing to pay, the Australian Writers' Guild has been drawn in as well. For the AWG, the confrontation is complex and bitte
Major new appointment, more investment and senior management take wider responsibilities. (They seem to have re-Mapped the whole joint).
Nathan Wellington, post-production expert, fresh from Park Road Post in New Zealand, asks the nitty gritty question: what attracts work here, and how can we attract more?
08 Feb 2010
The true nerd futureproofs a media business not with 3D but with 4G. More data, same amount of spectrum, and Seven is roaming Perth purring like a corporate ceiling cat. I noes wat you wants. Mr Kerry
Nathan Wellington - one of the Post Production Masters of the Universe - sees a world full of NZ magic, and an growing Asian presence. And asks the crucial question: where are we in all this?
05 Feb 2010
Legal expert Anne Flahvin discusses the international context in which the iiNet battle makes sense, including the "highly secretive Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement discussions between Australia,
ISP iiNet has successfully defended its claim of not being responsible for the activities of its customers. 34 film and TV producers, including Universal, Paramount, Warner Bros, Disney, Twentieth Cen
The crusade to make ISPs take responsibility for illegal content has failed in court - and the parties now face a bill which is much higher than $4m. Meanwhile, Telstra continues to stonewall on the w
03 Feb 2010
Irene Gardiner, NZ on Screen's content director, answers some predictable questions about her role.
02 Feb 2010
American cinemagoers might finally recognise Weta's name now that they've made a Hollywood movie.
A couple of Aussies not only take the piss out of Kiwis, but get rich doing it.
01 Feb 2010
Apple's iPad will not support Flash. Adobe is not happy with this, and has turned to a bit of unofficial mockery to get their point across. This blogging employee has absolutely nothing official to
Simon de Bruyn, peripatetic Australian writer and interviewer, did a nifty Around The Web
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