Remembering Graeme Philipson

It is now a year since we lost a remarkable colleague.

Graeme Philipson was a poet, an author, an IT journalist and commentator.

The Pearcey Foundation had commissioned Graeme to write a definitive history of Australia in the digital age. At his death he had almost completed the first section of this major work. The Pearcey Foundation has resolved to publish the work Graeme had completed and to ensure we continue the project he had initiated.

Vale Graeme Philipson

It’s with great sadness that the Pearcey Foundation learnt of the sudden death this week of renowned IT journalist, historian, writer and researcher Graeme Philipson. Many of us in the Foundation have had the privilege of knowing and working with Graeme for many...

Expanding Project to become a Virtual Museum

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...

Kicking off the Heritage Project

Hi everybody Graeme Philipson here. You know me as the author of a book on the Australian computer industry called ‘A Vision Splendid’. Many of you helped with that book or offered advice or information after it came out about things that were missing or could have...