ScamWatch is an Australian & New Zealand government website. It’s got info on current and old scams, different types of scams – online & offline, scam games, classroom activities & scam reporting!! http://www.scamwatch.gov.au I’m impressed, I’ll be using this with my kids and also in the classroom with all the adults I teach. It’s often … [Read more…]
My son is living at home again now and has chosen to do home school with his sister. Wow what a challenge for me year 11. I didn’t do too well the first time I tried it 🙂 They’ve both started off well. I’m happy with the first week. They’re both keen to learn and … [Read more…]
I came across the Coca Cola Zero website today. http://thezeromovement.com Hmm well I’m not sure whether to take it very seriously or not but it still seems bizarre and slightly worrying to me. The whole site talks about having a world of zero responsibility, zero negativity, zero boundaries, no limits, nothing to hold us back…… … [Read more…]
The following was posted to the LinuxSA-talk list. “Not enough ingredients (or too many) and cannot work out what to have for dinner ? This works for me – have a look in the fridge and pantry and put the ingredients into your favorite search engine bread cheese milk tomato tuna + recipe and google … [Read more…]
This is the original bridge over the river Murray at Murray Bridge. It was used as a footbridge, car and train bridge. There is now a separate train bridge and this is just used for cars, trucks etc.
I think this is fantastic, and well done Pascal!!! It’s great to hear about what young people are achieving in technology and open source! Media release: Canberra student to take on the world January 5, 2006 Linux Australia is pleased to announce Pascal Klein as the inaugural winner of the organisation’s People’s Choice Community Member … [Read more…]