Technology

The Hour, if only there were a few more minutes each episode

The Hour, if only there were a few more minutes each episode

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From satirical shifting sexual mores to social concerns, from Soviet spies to MI6 assassins, The Hour created and written by Abi Morgan, is a stylish new British drama about journalism during the 1950’s

Rhetoric – The Art of Persuasion is a Cultural Imperative

Rhetoric – The Art of Persuasion is a Cultural Imperative

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Words well delivered can be loaded up with many meanings, both positive and negative. They can infiltrate and influence our thoughts, our ideas, and opinions because words are how the world works. The style of life words have produced is what we enjoy in Australia today. Many have died to protect those rights and our liberty under the law.

Studio Schools – An Education Revolution for the Real World

Studio Schools – An Education Revolution for the Real World

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Studio Schools are a new kind of learning institution being established in the UK where small teams of teenage kids learn by working on projects that are “for real.”. This was an idea first established during the Renaissance period in Europe (14 – 17th centuries) where work and learning were integrated; you worked by learning and learned by working.

Remember Motoring  – Touring on the route â Corniche

Remember Motoring – Touring on the route â Corniche

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It’s an incredible motoring experience to drive the route â Corniche in France, from the lively undervalued city of Marseilles, where you feel the wealth and glamour surround you as you leave following in the wake of Ferrari’s driven by diamond encrusted millionaires to travel via St Tropez, Cannes and Nice all the way to Monte Carlo.

Change, Carbon, Crying and Many Agendas – Paying the Price

Change, Carbon, Crying and Many Agendas – Paying the Price

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Change is inevitable and in a progressive country change is constant. The truth about the Carbon Tax in Australia is out there, but will it ever be found? This is the debate we had to have.

Countdown to Atlantis, Comic Con Phenomenon and, about Hope

Countdown to Atlantis, Comic Con Phenomenon and, about Hope

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The final Atlantis Space Shuttle Mission countdown is over. Atlantis has left Cape Canaveral to rendezvous in orbit with the space station above the earth for the final time. “Let’s light this fire one more time, Mike, and witness this great nation at its best,” said Christopher Ferguson, Atlantis commander, to launch director Mike Leinbach just before the lift-off of STS-135, 8 July 2011.

Safely Up in an iCloud, more than just heaven on earth

Safely Up in an iCloud, more than just heaven on earth

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With its new product iCloud Apple, ever market innovators, have come up with a simple way to store all that is important up there in the clouds so its accessible wherever we are and importantly, from whatever device we have to hand right down here on earth.