Monthly Archives: February 2011

Social Innovation BaaCamp #sibsyd

A cartoon inspired by the Social Innovation BarCamp at COFA yesterday. Inspired by the pun you could do, not that I thought all the participants were sheep.

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Photos from SibSyd February 2011

Photos taken during the Social Innovation BarCamp, Sydney yesterday (26 February). I took photos of the opening presentation, the session I attended and whiteboards if written on. As well as other things I thought were interesting. The last session I … Continue reading

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links for 2011-02-25

Delimiter – Voluntary filtering on track for mid-2011 Stephen Conroy’s Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy tonight said voluntary filtering of the internet for child abuse material by three of Australia’s largest internet service providers was on track … Continue reading

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links for 2011-02-24

Delimiter – Video: AFACT takes heart from dissenting judge The Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft this afternoon said it took heart from the fact that one of the judges overseeing its appeal in its copyright infringement case against ISP iiNet … Continue reading

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Vodafone SIM only Caps advertising double data allowance

I have been a Vodafone customer for a while. Most recently as pre-paid. When a friend game me their old iPhone I had the need to move to a plan with data allowance. And the Vodafone SIM only plans looked … Continue reading

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links for 2011-02-20

Crackdown on telco privacy after Vodafone bungle Vodafone's recent breach of privacy laws has triggered a check on all other telcos by the communications regulator, which is concerned poor practices are more widespread. (tags: Vodafone Telstra telco ACMA ChrisChapman telecommunications … Continue reading

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The tuna that Coles rejects…

Shopping at Coles I noticed an interesting occurrence in the canned fish aisle. A complete lack of Greenseas tuna. While there seemed to be an abundance of John West tuna, as well as Coles tuna, and that yellow one Sirena. … Continue reading

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links for 2011-02-19

DailyTech – U.S. Government Accidentally Abuses Internet "Kill Switch", Shuts off 84,000 Sites In evidence of the dangers of the U.S. government's increasing "kill switch" powers regarding web servers inside the U.S., the Department of Justice and Homeland Security’s ICE last week essentially … Continue reading

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Grid Iron, keeping programs crease free since 1982

So, how do all those programs keep their clothing so smooth and unrinkled? My first submission to Threadless Critiques: Grid Iron Go have a look and comment on the design.

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Shop online, avoid security cameras

A sign on Marcs at the Queen Victoria Building, suggesting you shop online to avoid surveillance cameras. Or am I misinterpreting the combination of signs?

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