Monthly Archives: April 2006


 Security Information on Website Published: 2006-04-22, Last Updated: 2006-04-22 23:33:27 UTC by Koon Tan (Version: 1) Recall end of last year where we have posted a story on security and abuse email to be updated and contactable especially during holiday … Continue reading

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2006-04-24 This weeks links

Google Suggest [Beta] As you type, Google will offer suggestions. Use the arrow keys to navigate the results. Google Suggest [Beta] Google Suggest : Frequently Asked Questions As you type into the search box, Google Suggest guesses what you’re typing … Continue reading

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Second life

After reading in BoingBoing about Mia Wombat’s speech to be held in Second Life, I thought I probably should have a bit of a look-see. Thursday, April 20, 2006 To do in Second Life tonight: CC head attorney speaks! Wagner … Continue reading

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Holy Cow!

Continuing with the travel theme we trade our ‘Pink Gin’ for Chai. Title: Holy Cow!: An Indian Adventure Author: Sarah Macdonald Category: Travel Publisher: Bantam Australia Date Published: October 1, 2002 ISBN: 1863253262 Format: Trade Paperback Number of pages: 304 … Continue reading

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AccesGrid (III)

A quick re-cap; The Access Grid® is an ensemble of resources including multimedia large-format displays, presentation and interactive environments, and interfaces to Grid middleware and to visualization environments. These resources are used to support group-to-group interactions across the Grid. For … Continue reading

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2006-04-19 This weeks links

one red paperclip one red paperclip documents Kyle MacDonald’s attempt to trade one red paperclip for a house. The Spirit of ANZAC The Spirit of ANZAC The Spirit of ANZAC Primary School ANZAC Day Speeches [] Operation CLICK | A … Continue reading

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An interesting card game that we picked up on at Uncle Tan’s Jungle camp, that the kids love playing (especially if there is a bowl of peanuts to crack and eat). Commonly known, as “ShitHead’, this game is also known … Continue reading

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