This weeks links (2014-06-16)

In brief:

* Are you ready to binge on Game of Thrones? (2014-Jun-16) [The Age]
As Foxtel screens the final episode, online rivals are lining up to offer Australians all of Game of Thrones Season 4 in one hit. …

* Virtual Reality and immersion in education (2014-Jun-16) [Research Services|UniMelb]

* Banned Books Week 2014: A discussion with Little Brother author Cory Doctorow About Celebrating Graphic Novels
The Banned Books Week coalition presents a Google+ Hangout on Air ( featuring Cory Doctorow, author of the novel Little Brother, to discuss the importance of fighting censorship and the value of Banned Books Week. In addition to discussing the current controversy surrounding Doctorow’s novel, the sponsors of Banned Books Week will offer tips on how you can celebrate this year’s theme, which focuses on graphic novels. The live hangout will be moderated by Charles Brownstein, Executive Director of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and Nanette Perez, Program Officer of the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom. Also present will be Dave Gladney, Director of Communications Technology from the Association of American Publishers, to provide an overview of additional ways in which publishers and literacy non-profits fight book banning. Join the conversation on this page on Thursday, June 19, from 1:00 to 2:00 PM EDT.
Fri, 20 June, 03:00 GMT+10


* The Week in Bike #24 – 13 June 2014

Some reading/listening:


Something from Bandcamp:

Heartbreak Record by Human Potential

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