Monthly Archives: September 2012

Data retention laws make criminals of us all

Data retention proposals make cybercrime suspects of us all

The Federal Government is concerned about cybercrime, which we understand and expect. However, in response to this concern, they’re putting forward a proposal that would oblige ISPs to retain all customer phone and Internet records for up to two years, … Continue reading

Coding language Python is the focus at PyCon

Python, code wars and more at PyCon AU 2012

Sun, Surf, and Sand. None of this was to be found at PyCon AU 2012, the annual Australian meet up of Python Enthusiasts and Professionals held recently in Hobart, Tasmania. As an avid coder and TopGeek 2.0 finalist, I was … Continue reading

EB Expo 2012 is a major event for gamers across Australia

Why you should be excited about EB Expo 2012

Now I’ve been to plenty of conventions in my time and I’ve also been to a number of gaming conventions also. The  first one I ever went to was more of a Electronics expo where I remember they demonstrated Donkey … Continue reading

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Freezone upgraded!

It’s no secret that we love Freezone. Because we love it so much, we’re just about finished on a whole heap of upgrades, each one of which is designed to make Freezone more user-friendly, easier on the eye and well, … Continue reading


Movie giveaway – Robot & Frank

Click here if you’re looking for this month’s The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 movie give away. This month’s movie giveaway – Robot & Frank (only in cinemas 15 November) – comes to us from our friends at … Continue reading