Book Review – A Thread Across The Ocean: The Heroic Story of the Transatlantic Cable. By John Steele Gordon
Guest Blog by Sonja Bernhardt OAM
In August 1951, a conference was held at Sydney University’s Department of Electrical Engineering. It was the first computer conference ever held in Australia and only the ninth computer conference anywhere in the world.
On 28 April the Pearcey Foundation released a Discussion Paper on the Australian Government’s COVIDSafe tracing app. The paper can be found on here on this site.
MEDIA RELEASE How the Australian Government and Australian citizens can ensure the success of the new coronavirus tracing app.The Pearcey Foundation today announced the publication of a discussion paper in response to the launch of the Australian Government's...
The Australian Government has now released its coronavirus tracing app, called COVIDSafe. To be effective, the app needs to be downloaded and used by a significant proportion of the Australian population.
Who would have thought we would all be at home (well almost all, I hope) working like this? Very strange and challenging times... One initiative we kicked off last November related to engaging Graeme Philipson to write the definitive history of the Australian ICT...
On Saturday 22 June 2019, the ABC Science Show had a special feature Recreating the first digital computer music. Presented by Carl Smith in the second half of the podcast (31 minute mark).In 1949, Australia leapt into the digital age when the Council for Scientific...
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