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Feb 29, 2012

On Byte this week, we discuss: the availability of Raspberry Pi boards; changes and controversy in Google's privacy for users; Mozilla release an experimental privacy tool in Collusion for Firefox; the ACCC and Telstra agree on their deal for NBN infrastructure; Steve Wozniak to tour Australia; Brett Smith of the FSF...

Feb 29, 2012

In this episode Lorin Clarke and Alicia Sometimes speak to Michael Sala, Chris Wallace-Crabbe and Djoymi Baker.

Michael Sala disucsses his new book, The Last Thread, an insight into his chidhood, his family and growing up between Australia and the Netherlands. Michael speaks about writing his autobiography in the third...

Feb 29, 2012

Ryan Russell and Byron George from Russell & George

image: Crumpler Doncaster, Dianna Snape photographer

Wang Shu wins Pritzker Prize

Lyons' Housemuseum faces problems expanding


·          The Shed Light Project - EXPRESSION OF INTEREST out now - A focal project this year will be the presentation of 10...

Feb 27, 2012

On this week's show, Dr Shane, Dr Ray and Dr Fiona discuss a newly discovered planet - found forty light years away, and how the European scientists may be wrong about neutrinos travelling faster than the speed of light. Then they are joined by Douglas Mair from the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication who reveals how...

Feb 26, 2012

The dreaded First Four Shows of the Year curse finally comes home to roost in the fourth show and the result is truly an episode which is all over the shop. The alternative editorial segment called Nongshells returns to no particular distinction and none of the other segments can apparently decide what they are....