State of Origin iPhone 6 Wallpapers

State of Origin iPhone 6 wallpapers

Yes, it’s that time of year again when we’re reaching into the back of our closets for all that glorious maroon and baby blue supporter gear that marks one of the ultimate sporting events of the annual calendar – the State of Origin!

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Nuclear energy explained info design style

Nuclear energy explained – info design style

I don’t know about you, but it’s been a good few years now since I graced the halls of a reputable educational facility.

And, although I read A LOT of content online on a daily basis in order to keep up with the latest news, technology and innovations in the world, I often find it difficult to find content presented in a way that really engages me and holds my complete attention to the point where “stuff sinks in”.

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CSS Puns

CSS Puns

So only the code monkey and/or geeky ones amongst my readers out there are even going to understand what these are all about, but the past week or so has seen a boom in clever CSS puns popping up all over social media involving real life subjects mixed with clever, relevant CSS selectors.

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Colour Me Brisbane – a look back at the G20

Although opinions were, and to a degree still very much are, divided over whether or not the recent G20 Summit held here in Brisbane was a good thing for the city and its citizens or not, one thing is for sure – organisers lit up the city in celebration of the event in a display which has been beautifully captured in this video, “Colour Me Brisbane”, from local time-lapse aficionado, Brett Montgomery.

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Replacement OSX Yosemite dock icons

Replacement OSX Yosemite dock icons

It seems that my last post about Adobe’s launch of their new “Brackets” modern text editor generated more discussion around the OSX Yosemite dock icons in the lead image than anything else.

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The Lyrebird – Australia’s amazing songbird

Australia is blessed with some of the most beautiful, and dangerous animals on the planet. From cuddly koalas and wombats to the countless number of deadly eight-legged and slithering beasties that grace the big island, we have an abundance of fascinating creatures to surprise and delight.

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The Kite String Tangle under the Spiegeltent

The Kite String Tangle under the Spiegeltent

Although this year’s Brisbane Festival is a little lighter on the “wow factor” this year, one thing has thankfully remained true: the ornate, wooden tent known as the “Spiegeltent” has returned once again, bringing with it the opportunity to showcase a smorgasbord of entertainment including tonight’s main event, a performance by Brisbane’s own The Kite String Tangle.

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Kalinzu Forest chimpanzee tracking

Kalinzu Forest chimpanzee tracking

With a couple of very memorable days at Lake Bunyonyi behind us, it was time yesterday to pack camp, jump aboard our faithful G Adventures truck once again, and point our noses towards another special area of Uganda, the Kalinzu Forest, in the hope that we may track down and have an encounter with some chimpanzees!

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