MOBILE APPLICATIONS

Rant: Extracting life’s spontaneity? There's an app for...

Slavish adherence to online reviews of everything will amputate the long tail of choice

HUMAN RESOURCES

Why do we need more women in IT?

When it comes to balancing the gender ratio, it's a good idea to ask “why?” before charging ahead with “how?”

CONTENT DELIVERY NETWORKS

The history of sportscasting: An Australian perspective...

Bruce Hume, Broadcast Director at Switch Media looks at the past, present and future of Sportscasting

INTERNET

Despite concerns, freemium model is here to stay

Freemium internet providers are seen by some as a threat to net neutrality, but we've been here before.

COLLABORATIVE TOOLS

Rant: The evils of the collaborative office

Cloud-enabled office software lets us all collaborate more closely… unfortunately

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Rant: Are we really working harder?

Thanks to new technology we're all working harder than ever. Or are we?

IT & SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT

Are you really using all that CPU power?

Computer technology has developed exponentially over the past few decades. But are we – and you – making good use of it?

CONTENT ARCHIVING

Slipped disks: Why preserving our digital history is hard...

The impermanence of storage media is making it difficult to read even content created relatively recently

SOCIAL NETWORKS

Rant: Arguing online is futile

Arguing with strangers online has always seemed pointless. Now that's been scientifically proven... sort of.

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

My life as a tech teacher, part 10: Lessons learned

A journalist’s final thoughts on teaching programming to primary school children in rural New Zealand

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

My life as a tech teacher, part 9: Planning for phase 2...

A journalist attempts to teach programming to primary school children in rural New Zealand

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

My life as a tech teacher, part 8: A clash of logic

A journalist attempts to teach programming to primary school children in rural New Zealand

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

My life as a tech teacher, part 7: A taste of the real world...

A journalist attempts to teach programming to primary school children in rural New Zealand

STATISTICAL DATA ANALYSIS

Technology is turning genealogy on its head

Who do we think we are? Connections can now be revealed cheaply and easily, affecting our identity.

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

My life as a tech teacher part 6: We could live for a thousand...

A journalist attempts to teach programming to primary school children in rural New Zealand

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