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Fixing SA’s power network

There’s a lot of buzz at the moment about a Twitter conversation between Elon Musk and Mike Cannon-Brookes about fixing South Australia’s power issues. Elon says he can fix the issue in 100 days by providing 100+MW of battery storage. Mike Cannon-Brookes says he can find the money and deal with the politics. As a member…

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Starting with Why

Teach with Reach The core value of Teach with Reach is “To foster a life long passion for learning“.   This is something I came up with a while ago but only recently updated the website to reflect. The previous driver that I had was of “fostering paradigm changes in Education” which  is really just part…

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Update : I’m 108% busy

In the theme of openness and transparency and just generally updating my blog : I’m currently working 9-5 at the Adelaide Festival and the very busy Festival period is starting. I’m developing a web platform for an education startup called Teacher Time. I’m the founder of the South Australian Zeitgeist Movement chapter and would like…

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Week 3 of Sydney

Well, it’s week 3 of me being in Sydney and I’ve been going through the dip. The part between when everything is new and novel to when you actually get something worth showing. Talking about something worth showing. Here’s a manually placed version of the RaVis explorer tree view which we are using for the…

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First week in Sydney

Well, I’ve been in Sydney for about a week so far. The first week out of ~12. It seems to have gone so fast, but also agonisingly slow. It’s over a week since I saw my girlfriend. Since I got to hold her in my arms and kiss her. It’s over a week since my…

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OMG ink is expensive

Well, As some of you might know, I run a photography studio/stall at the Port Adelaide Markets in South Australia. I have a Canon ip9000, which is an AU$1,000 A3+ printer. However it takes the pitifully small CLI-8 ink tanks…. 8 of them. I ordered 3 sets of ink tanks in October last year, and…

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ALF – The Audio Labourers Federation

Recently on the Digital Labourers Federation email discussion forum someone suggested creating a similar forum for audio people (while the DLF is for visual effects people).   As I run a dedicated server, it is reasonably cheap for me to host a site, and I was interested in setting up a mailing list anyway, this…

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