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May 31, 2007

Hosted by Phil Wales, with Mike Bantick (Games) and Andrew Fish (Legal).

Included on this weeks show:

The new Microsoft Surface
The launch of Microsoft Surface marks the beginning of a new technology category and a user-interface revolution. Surface, Microsoftâ??s first surface computer, provides interaction...


May 29, 2007

Diego Ramirez on his work and Mexico - Opportunistic Urbanism

ARM win St Kilda site:
www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/triangle_site.html

Proposition 6707 has be launched
www.proposition.com.au

State Govt Affordable Housing Comp


May 29, 2007

Gill will be presenting an occasional series on the senses. This week she discusses sight.

Does sight deteriorate as we age?

Does staring at a computer screen weaken our eyes?

And do carrots REALLY strengthen our eyesight??


May 29, 2007

Highlights for The Breakfasters for the week ending 25 May including Fee's musings on gig etiquette, Josie Howie's review of the movie Breach, Suzie's egg and bacon casserole and other US delights, Ian Syson's review of Tim Thorn's Letter to Egon Kisch and footy commentator Rob Waters gives the Big O a touch up.


May 27, 2007

Plans for robots to service Hubble's successor, the James Webb Space Telescope. The latest cicada invasion in the US, and how a malfunction of one of the Mars rovers has resulted in a major water discovery. We interviewed Dr Ros Gleadow, a botany researcher and science communication lecturer from Monash University. Plus...