- NEWS.com.au | Virgin forced to fly near airports (March 10, 2004). That's reassuring. Especially with Jetstar and that other budget airline entering the market right now.
- The Courier-Mail: Warning on using PCs for banking [09mar04]. Not quite sure why the media suddenly latched onto this. The story still boils down to the following: never respond to emails asking for your password; don't click on links in emails; install anti-virus, firewall and anti-spyware software and keep it all up to date. If you're not capable of that; don't use net banking. That actually rules a lot of people out (eg. the ones who just have to click on that attachment because it might really be important!).
- Shaken and stirred - SpecialsStrangeButTrue - www.smh.com.au:
James Bond, Britain's most famous fictional secret agent, would be feeling rather uneasy to learn he would be too tall to be a real modern day spy in the country's domestic spy agency.
- NEWS.com.au | 'Coffee tights' that trim thighs (March 10, 2004). Yeah, sure. That's a good idea.
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