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The games conundrum

By Sarah Stokely

Cover feature, CRN (Computer Reseller News) 23 February 2005

Passing the censors is one of the last hurdles a new computer game needs to clear before hitting the market.

While a swirl of controversy and the suggestion that a new game might not scrape through the censors might be easy pre-release publicity, the product becomes worthless to its publisher if fails to clear the Office of Film and Literature Classification (OFLC).

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Do it yourself to cut the cost of installing ADSL

by Sarah Stokely
From The Weekend Australian, 4 December 2004 (Special Report: Broadband)

If you know how to install software or devices on your computer, you’re probably skilled enough to save some money by installing ADSL yourself. You can save anything from $110 to $159 on the set-up fee by buying a self-installation kit at a computer store or through your ISP.
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Rotten Apple

I’m truly disgusted at the way Apple is behaving at the moment.

From the BBC:

Civil liberties group the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has joined a
legal fight between three US online journalists and Apple.

Apple wants the reporters to reveal 20 sources used for stories which leaked
information about forthcoming products, including the Mac Mini.

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