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How to use Creative Commons

What is Creative Commons? Creative Commons is a not-for-profit organisation that allows content creators to share their work with other people who wish to use or redistribute that content. When any piece of work is uploaded to the Internet, it is … Continue reading

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Save money using the ‘net

Money: it’s a big part of life that affects us all. Sometimes it feels like there’s never enough of it, especially if you’re a student, parent or living on a pension (or a mix of the three!). There’s no denying … Continue reading

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Generation Like

After recently speaking at a few schools about how to stay safe on social media, I began to realise just how big a part social networking plays in our everyday lives, especially with the younger generation. Australia’s population recently ticked … Continue reading

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How mobile technology is changing the world

Check out our mobile plans As the self-professed tech-geeks that we are, we love mobile technology at iiNet. Last year we discussed the evolution of mobile phones from the biggest bricks to the sleekest smartphones. We even gave you a … Continue reading

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The secret language of Emoji

It’s rare to see a status, tweet, text or post without an emoji these days. These adorable Japanese icons allow us to inject extra emotion and humour into our electronic communications and, by replacing words with emoji, even save time. … Continue reading

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