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Section 18C: How will online speech change in Australia?

As the Australian Government considers a repeal of Section 18C of its Racial Discrimination Act, we speak to experts about how such a change could effect racist speech online.

By 23 June 2014

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Exposure Pro: Alexia Sinclair

Digital artist and photographer Alexia Sinclair presents a selection of her spectacular historical portraits series, and talks about her work on Exposure Pro.

12 Images By 16 April 2012

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Exposure Pro: Alexia Sinclair

16 April 2012

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Broadcasters petition Supreme Court in Aereo fight

Over-the-air television networks rankled by Aereo's service are asking the US Supreme Court to weigh in, saying courts have drawn conflicting conclusions and the service threatens the broadcast industry.

By 12 October 2013

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Escaping the Iron Curtain for Silicon Valley

Christian Gheorghe grew up in authoritarian Romania and escaped by swimming across the Danube. That was just the start of an impressive career building enterprise analytics companies.

By 19 February 2013

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The 404 1,193: Where we take the number 2 train (podcast)

The lead story on today's episode has nothing to do with technology aside from the fact that it was sourced from the Internet. It does, however, have everything to do with the dangers of riding public transportation and bathroom politics.

By 24 January 2013

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Five lies your TV salesperson will tell you

Don't be fooled by the jargon, spin, and outright lies. Make sure you get the best TV at the best price.

By 10 December 2012

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Sinclair X-1: Father of the ZX Spectrum and C5 reveals new electric vehicle

Clive Sinclair is at it again. The British entrepreneur famed for inventing the ZX Spectrum, is currently turning his attention to building a follow-up to the Sinclair C5 electric... er... vehicle.

By 5 November 2010

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App of the Day: Homage

Explore the beautiful photography of Australian artist Alexia Sinclair.

By 12 June 2012

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How Curt Schilling's video game dreams turned toxic

commentary An ambitious plan to create a competitor to "World of Warcraft" and a loan from Rhode Island transformed a politically conservative former baseball star into a case study for foolish government spending.

By 24 May 2012