Monthly Archives: June 2007

Slash Goes Crazy

One from the archives here, Round 14, 2001. Essendon met the Western Bulldogs in an away game at the then Colonial Stadium, now Telstra Dome. More accurately, in the second quarter, the Western Bulldogs met Gary Moorcroft. I was there that night, unfortunately at the other end of the ground, but was proud to be […]

iPhone Hits The Street

After months of hype and expectation, the Apple iPhone is released in the United States, tomorrow morning, Australian time. While it is at least 12 months away from hitting Australian shores (or even longer), the technology is certainly interesting, and changes the mobile phone paradigm dramatically. While I love what the iPhone offers, I won’t […]

Pentagon Email Hacked

Sure, it’s funny that a place like the Pentagon could and would have it’s email systems hacked, but lets be honest, email systems aren’t that difficult to abuse. Pentagon Email Hacked We all get spam – it’s a fact of life on the internet – but some “thoughtful” network design can avoid spam, and attacks […]

Rabbit Proof Wall?

I don’t know if they would really understand in ancient China, but the true nature of The Great Wall of China can finally be revealed. As revealed in the recent Telstra Bigpond campaign, The Great Wall of China was built by the emperor “Nasi Goreng”, to keep the rabbits out of China. And as these […]