What a great headline, huh?!! It’s also a finding from research Norton conducted1 into how Australians feel about their mobile phones (in particular, smartphones). The survey also found that 42 per cent of consumers in Australia have fallen victim to mobile phone loss or theft, yet only 41 per cent of Australian consumers have a [...]
There’s a wealth of information that Frankie kindly shares, including that the Megan Washington advert (specifically shot for the campaign) generated over 10,000 ‘likes’ on Dell’s Facebook page.
I’ve just spent half an hour compiling some stats from Facebook’s advertising engine. I thought you may be interested to see what I found.
Wouldn’t it be bonzer to drop one word into a communication that helps keep alive such a rich linguistic heritage? Good onya
My heart goes out to the victims of the Queensland floods. We are constantly reminded that this is a country of harsh and sometimes cruel beauty. Through bushfires, through droughts and now through floods, there is never a decade that does not bring grief and despair to a generation, as it brings sublime beauty to [...]
Eagerly I skipped across to the iTunes store to download this free app
But you’d still have to prise it from my cold, dead fingers
In Australia our annual toll of deaths by suicide is greater than the number of deaths on our roads, yet we only hear about the road toll
In all the hoo-haa about broadband in Australia at the moment, there is an important element that seems to be missing from discussions. We all want to download material from the internet faster, of course. Movies on demand, video material, pdfs, ebooks… being able to download these much faster would be a boon to productivity. [...]