- AGENDA Security laws may collect metadata, in which Brandis demonstrates either a) he has absolutely no concept how the internet works; b) he's lying through his teeth; or c) both.
- How to Use Your Cat to Hack Your Neighbor’s Wi-Fi | Threat Level | WIRED
- This Spacesuit for Exploring Mars Is a Form-Fitting Math Problem | Design | WIRED
- How not to attract women to coding: Make tech pink - SFGate
- Insiders - 10/08/2014: Abbott on what happens when people dont agree - Insiders - ABC
- Poor spend most on petrol, figures show, as anger grows at Joe Hockey | World news | theguardian.com:
when expressed as a percentage of mean income for those same groups, the petrol spending represented 4.54% of income for the lowest-earning households but only 1.37% for the highest-earning ones.
- As the blunders grow in number, can anyone actually challenge Abbott? | Bruce Haigh | Comment is free | theguardian.com:
All Australians should be concerned at the political acumen of this government, and the poor quality of their decision-making. But is anyone in a position to seriously challenge Abbott?
- Home | elementary OS - a linux distro with (although they aren't so silly as to say it straight out..) OSX-inspired design.
- Cronulla's Paul Gallen accepts doping ban and wants to 'get on with life' | Sport | theguardian.com. Actually a number of players accepted backdated bans (ie. effectively hugely-reduced bans). Not a bad result given how hard it would have been to prove they didn't know they were being doped; and the club's at the bottom of the ladder anyway.
- BBC News - Mozilla's first low-cost smartphone on sale in India:
Mozilla, a company best known for its Firefox browser, has launched a new low-cost smartphone in India that will retail for 1,999 rupees ($33; £19.90).
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