Faster, brighter, lighter, more colour depth, more power efficient, vastly better contrast ratio. And you can get one now (or in early May if you live in Australia) What’s not to like? Well, apart from the […]
Oh dear. A 19 year old woman drives her car out of a hotel car park into the path of a police vehicle. She is breast feeding her baby son, who is unrestrained. She is so […]
A couple of different reports over the last 24 hours about skimming (information trapping) devices attached to automatic teller machines. Just take care. If an ATM looks suspicious, don’t use it, and report it to bank staff or […]
Emergency medicine specialists say as many lives are lost in Australia each year because of inadequate ER resources (including staff), as are lost on our roads. Time to think about your priorities, boys and girls. Or […]
National broadband gets the go ahead, but the government will do it itself. There are already some criticisms. No time to write in detail about this today, but a few questions spring to mind. If the Federal Government has […]
So posting will be a bit light. My apologies. Two months worth of accounts, phone calls, emails and clients to get my head around. I should be better organised tomorrow.
Murder rates in Australian have moved up and down at about the same time, in about the same way. That’s interesting, because as this NZ Herald article points out, most people believe that crime rates, and […]