The Australian Government Consultation Blog

Just to balance out the previous post:I posted up on bloggerati australia back in Mid-August the AustralianIT article about a proposed Consultation blog by Canberra. TechCrunch’ Duncan Riley (Australian Government Proves Why Blogging Is Best Left To Everyone Else) (who hat tips Des Walsh) brought the finalised paper to the attention of Priscilla who posted…

Event: TiE Web 2.0 Entrepreneurs

I go to these TiE events occasionally; especially when the naughty boy of angelic investments in Australia, Ramin Marzbani is talking. He gets me so mad. lol. Web2.0 Future of Internet: Innovation+Opportunity:Panel of Leaders Microsoft/Yahoo/News Ltd/Westpac! Overview: Web2.0: Future of Internet: its impact on Business and Opportunities for Entrepreneurs- Panel Discussions by technology & business…

Facebook instant messaging : one-to-one

One-to-one, instant communication in Facebook. Hmmm…. I thought I had spoken about synchronous and asynchronous communications before? OH well, here goes. Some people like to receive messages and then, y’know, sit and think… so they prefer email to instant messages. And voicemail to phones. To Twitter or not to Twitter, that is the question. Communication…

eeeieeei.org: web 2.0 crash and user generated content

Breaking News: All Online Data Lost After Internet Crash The Onion Breaking News: All Online Data Lost After Internet Crash *laughs* VERY funny video. Nothing really to do with the stuff I speak on (WebJam) about when web 2.0 will crash and the subsequent loss of user generated content when Google (YouTube) and Yahoo! (Flickr)…

Economy: Google Offers Money For Gadgets

from Duncan Riley over at TechCrunch: Google has announced the launch of Google Gadget Ventures, a new pilot program that will help fund third-party gadget development and gadget-related businesses. Google will offer two types of funding: $5,000 grants for gadget developers who want to improve an existing gadget, and $100,000 seed investments for new gadget-related…

Australia: Extraordinary Everyday Lives podcast (Dave LifeKludger, Mike Seyfang, Laurel Papworth)

Last Thursday quite late I had a chat with David Wallace and Mike Seyfang (Adelaide lads). Nick Hodge, Mike Seyfang, and I did time at AppleCentre Adelaide Random Access in the ’80’s. So there ya go. In the podcast we talk about:Dave occasionally does wash things especially business cards 🙂Laurel’s University of Sydney, Professional Development…

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