From Lifehacker–Connecting an Ethernet cable between your Mac and one of the Ethernet ports on the AirPort Time Capsule is definitely the fastest way to back up your data.
By Nic Mclellan. Originally posted in Overland, Spring 2013
2002–Does the closure of Asiaweek, the region’s leading news weekly spell the end of its vision? Since its lightning closure, this is the first time a senior staffer publicly writes about it.
Inhouse gag, but I have to file this for posterity.
Source: Media Watch, 28 June 2010
Welcome to Media Watch, I’m Jonathan Holmes. And tonight, I’ll be picking over just one evening’s entrails – the coverage of one of the most extraordinary nights in Australia’s political history.
Transcript at http://abc.net.au/mediawatch/transcripts/s2939110.htm
“Breaking Barriers – Access to Information”: Mark Scott, Session 6
Relationships and Role of Development Partners – Friends or Neo-Colonialists Pacific Partner, Pacific Friend: ABC International
2009-03-05 13:04:15 GMT (Reuters)
* Blog-style news sites fill niche that press overlooked
* Big names losing print readers follow advertisers online
* Brand power on the Web helps established names
* Making money online is still an unanswered question
By James Mackenzie
When: Wed, 28 January 09
Doors open: 9:00 pm
Kings Arms Tavern, Auckland
Holy lord, Stereolab return!
[draft] More than enough commentators have pointed out the success of community cross-referencing in today’s new town square, Facebook. There is little more to add to the argument that Facebook, Google Ad Sense, Wikipedia and the whole citizen contributor-driven nature of web 2-point-something is where it’s at. A given.
From WorldWide Religious News.