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  • The oldest human remains found in Australia are that of the Mungo Man, believed to have lived about 40,000 years ago, during the Pleistocene epoch. So the Aborigines have been in Australia for at least 100 times longer than the Brits. As far as colonists go, China knew about Australia before the Dutch, […]

    A super quick history of Australian settlement

    The oldest human remains found in Australia are that of the Mungo Man, believed to have lived about 40,000 years ago, during the Pleistocene epoch. So the Aborigines have been in Australia for at least 100 times longer than the Brits. As far as colonists go, China knew about Australia before the Dutch, […]

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  • This year’s 24 ways was a blast, and one of the articles that stood out for me was Andy Clarke’s tutorial on writing a Killer Contract. I think it’ll be saving quite a few developers out there from getting burnt. For my own dark desires, I’ve created a Microsoft Word […]

    The Devil’s Handshake

    This year’s 24 ways was a blast, and one of the articles that stood out for me was Andy Clarke’s tutorial on writing a Killer Contract. I think it’ll be saving quite a few developers out there from getting burnt. For my own dark desires, I’ve created a Microsoft Word […]

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  • I’ve only recently become aware of the concept of Hyperconnectivity: where everything that can be networked together, is. We are already seeing changes in the way we communicate: a lot of “Web 2.0” apps are essentially hyperconnecting us (as human nodes) to each other. I am intrigued by the question: […]

    Hyperconnectivity and society

    I’ve only recently become aware of the concept of Hyperconnectivity: where everything that can be networked together, is. We are already seeing changes in the way we communicate: a lot of “Web 2.0” apps are essentially hyperconnecting us (as human nodes) to each other. I am intrigued by the question: […]

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  • Something that’s causing a storm-in-a-teacup at the moment in my hometown is Nightkey – a new ID system that uses your fingerprint to create a biometric link between you and the ID you supply. It’s being sold as an “anti-antisocial behaviour” solution. I was outraged when I found out about […]

    A Hyperconnected Night Out

    Something that’s causing a storm-in-a-teacup at the moment in my hometown is Nightkey – a new ID system that uses your fingerprint to create a biometric link between you and the ID you supply. It’s being sold as an “anti-antisocial behaviour” solution. I was outraged when I found out about […]

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  • Today I was delighted to find out that one of my favorite photos from my 2005 Japan trip has been used to promote green building practices on Green By Design. I released it free for use on sxc.hu along with a few other photos I thought might be useful for […]

    Sagano Groves

    Today I was delighted to find out that one of my favorite photos from my 2005 Japan trip has been used to promote green building practices on Green By Design. I released it free for use on sxc.hu along with a few other photos I thought might be useful for […]

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