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2012 – What a year!

So, 2012… how was it for you? Looking back over the past 12 months, we couldn’t quite believe how much has happened. It’s been a jam-packed year for the iiNet family so we thought we’d take a look at the … Continue reading

Welcome to the world of Fandom

The internet and the evolution of fandom

Over the last hundred years, fandom has changed faces more times than Jocelyn Wildenstein, but the heart of fandom remains the same. The Crusade Fandom is a collective noun for a group of fans that share an interest, such as … 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

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Gaming can be a costly hobby

The high costs of gaming in Australia

Gaming sure is a great hobby, but it sure gets expensive. Quickly. Worse yet? It’s most expensive in Australia. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, a new release, costs $90 in our fair country and just $60 in the USA. … Continue reading

2012: Year of the Comic Book Villain?

2012 is the year of the comic book adaptions, but it’s the villains you need to watch out for. Here’s a round-up of our favourites. The Lizard (The Amazing Spider-Man) In Marvel’s Spider-Man comics, Curt Connors was a gifted surgeon … Continue reading

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