Monthly Archives: January 2009

Apple release iDVD 7.0.3 and iLife Media Browser Update

Apple has released updates for iLife 08’s iDVD and Media Browser. But the company has left users in the dark about exactly what misbehaviours the patches are supposed to correct. … [1] Apple continues with their policy of releasing patches … Continue reading

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Ethernet Temperature Monitors

After dealing with a failed air conditioner fan in our new building it seems that we have the unhealthy combination of; a move to a new building and no longer having the servers physically close to us (across the hallway) … Continue reading

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43°C warmer, warmer, hot!

Despite a forecast high of 41C, the mercury hit 43.1C in Melbourne at 4.25pm, while elsewhere in the state at least 46 weather monitoring sites recorded temperatures above 40C. – [Herald Sun] Power is expected to be cut to thousands … Continue reading

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This weeks links (2009-01-27)

Golf links, chain links, cuff links, missing links … Follow 774 ABC Melbourne on Twitter or RSS, so you can now get tweets from both 774melbourne and abcnews. What does the WWW know about you? She had me at hello … Continue reading

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Rabbit Hole Day: January 27th

January 27th is the birthday of Lewis Carrol, author of ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. Alice fell down a rabbit hole into a place where everything had changed and none of the rules could be counted on to apply anymore. I … Continue reading

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Australia Day 2009

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恭喜发财 – The Year of the Ox

新年好!恭喜发财!(Happy New Year! May you be happy and prosperous!) And for the younger amongst us you’ll need to know – 红包 拿来 (Please give me my hong bao/red envelope!) [1] Chinese New Year Festival 2009 | Year of the Ox … Continue reading

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Mick the Mangy Merino goes to the USA

Mick is an Australian Merino sheep. He wants to track down his genealogy (Big word for a little sheep eh!). Can you help Mick track down Australian, French, Spanish, Saxon and other Merino sites of interest? (For any sheep reading … Continue reading

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Quicktime 7.6

Apple have release QuickTime 7.6. This version fixes a number of issues. You can update via Apple Software Update or grab the download. QuickTime 7.6 includes changes that increase reliability, improve compatibility and enhance security. This release is recommended for … Continue reading

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Time for Sol Trujillo to go as well.

… SOL Trujillo’s right-hand man at Telstra and the main architect of the group’s $12 billion networks and technology overhaul has suddenly quit the company and will return to America in two weeks. Telstra chief operating officer Greg Winn was … Continue reading

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