Monthly Archives: May 2012

Government the sum of vision, administration and communication

As Australia staggers towards the presumed end of the current Federal Labor Government, two alternative perspectives are worth considering. The first is the forthcoming US presidential election, which remains a work in progress. The second is the US presidential election … Continue reading

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Calling out the state of Australia’s home-grown IT sector

On the eve of CeBIT Australia, the article by Asher Moses in today’s Sydney Morning Herald (“Children of the Revolution”,  http://bit.ly/L5XEFB) provides an insight into why Australia is probably not a tech-savvy country. It’s worth a read, even if you read … Continue reading

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