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Saturday March 26, 2011WHEN THE KILLING'S DONE
Saturday February 20, 2010Making the Rounds with Oscar David Dosa Hachette, $29.99 A Strong Brown God: The Mary River Diary Steven Lang The Lang House Press, $25 Illegal People David Bacon Beacon Press, $34.95 Lost Worlds: Latin America and the Imagining of Empire Kevin Foster Palgrave Macmillan, $59.95
Tuesday November 3, 2009Five ways the power of the internet is impinging on business
Sunday August 9, 2009Our great, green ambitions have been found wanting elsewhere, writes Chris Berg. THERE'S no better way to dress up your drab, colourless economic plan than calling it "green".
Tuesday June 30, 2009Australia risks missing out on the next revolution - low-carbon technology.
Tuesday November 11, 2008IF YOU have a technology idea, don't dawdle or doodle. Move to Silicon Valley and sell it to Google. That's the message from young Australian entrepreneurs honoured last week by the University of Sydney Alumni of the Year Awards. The two former engineering and IT students, Ryan Junee and Simon Ratner, plus Julian Frumar, a graduate from neighbouring University of NSW, started Omnisio, a video annotation and mash-up technology start-up in October last year. Six months later, they launched it to ...
Thursday August 2, 2007We already have a lead on sustainable energy, says Sharon Grierson. "WE have all of the right conditions to set Newcastle up as the next Silicon Valley of the sustainable energy industry," the CSIRO's James McGregor said recently.
Tuesday April 16, 2002The secret of Silicon Valley's success is its cultural diversity and ability to absorb immigrants and build bridges to the world's tech hot spots, reveals a film by Australian documentary maker Elise Green.
Friday August 31, 2001CHICAGO has replaced Silicon Valley as America's high-tech jobs capital.
Wednesday March 28, 2001Sydney has cemented itself as the Silicon Valley of the Asia-Pacific thanks to its low cost base and land availability.
Thursday February 22, 2001Two founders and 50 employees of an Australian firm that develops Internet security technology are to share in an $80 million takeover by a Silicon Valley company.
Saturday February 3, 2001The crumpled nose-cone is speared deep into the dense jungle. The cockpit is windowless and empty of all but the occasional, inquisitive parrot. The wings appear to have been ripped off as the ancient DC-3 came crashing down. But inside the battered fuselage, there's a party going on. It's a scene being re-enacted increasingly along Silicon Valley. Last month, almost 13,000 American dot-commers became dot-goners, or dot-bombers. The trend is likely to continue as 2001 starts the same way that 2000 ended. W
Tuesday November 14, 2000A HANDFUL of Newcastle high-tech companies are lining up to link into the world's hottest and most frenetic IT marketplace, Silicon Valley. The linchpin is Austrade's Senior Trade Commissioner and Consul General, San Francisco, Peter Lewis. Mr Lewis was in Newcastle last week where he met with
Saturday June 3, 2000Developers hold allthe cards in dot comreal estate, writesGerard Ryle fromLos Angeles. Real estate agent Cindy Siwecki knows that when she shows Silicon Valley homes to clients, it pays to have a box of tissues nearby. With median house prices that are the highest in the United States, you don
Tuesday May 9, 2000AN e-security company with a Melbourne-based management team will be among 10 "ambassadors" for Australia's technology-related businesses when they visit Silicon Valley later this month on an Austrade-sponsored e-business mission. SecureGate Ltd, whose operations are based in Canberra