And they're off

The continuing brouhaha surrounding gambling online has hotted up with the Government's proposed Internet gambling legislation. But why is the Net always cast as the bogeyman?

Notice me

The Internet is supposed to be the new, new thing. Everyone jumped on board to see if their new, new idea would be made possible by the new, new thing. Lots of people discovered that their idea was a crock and it didn't matter how it was implemented,...

Paper pushers

The author J.K. Rowling, born in the impossibly named Chipping Sodbury in the United Kingdom, first planned her series of Harry Potter books on a train journey from Manchester to King's Cross.

An open source war

One of my favourite authors of the pop psychology genre was Dr Eric Berne, who wrote an interesting book called Games People Play. I mention all this because I'm about to play one of those games, which Berne identified as "Let's you and him fight". I...

Too late to innovate?

In 1996, Price Waterhouse and the Australian Industry Research Group examined the impact of cutting the research and development taxation concession from 150 per cent to 125 per cent.

Web doctors or spin doctors?

Do you think that visiting the quack is a waste of time when you can take some Echinacea and get back to work? Maybe you want to know if Echinacea really is a cure all. Now there's no need to wait, the e-doctor is in.

Child's play

Get your motor running and head for the hills, because the next generation of tech toys, designed for the kindergarten set, may see you applying for a second mortgage next Christmas.

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