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Google’s makes $150 Nik Collection of Photoshop and Lightroom Plugins free to download

Google just announced that it’s making its Nik Collection of desktop photo editing software 100% free. You may remember that Google acquired Nik Software and...

Photo Tips That Finaly Clicked

Recently I read an article by Thorin Klosowski where he described that he had "tried and failed to get into photography several times in...

Who benefits from media reform? If history is any guide, it’s not the public

Vincent O'Donnell, RMIT University The “most significant media reform in Australia in a generation”, as unveiled by Communications Minister Mitch Fifield earlier this month, is...

Poor customer service will lead to public shaming in NSW Fair Trading rogues gallery

Poor customer service or not responding adequately to a consumer complaint will be grounds for a business to be named and shamed online under...

Will Australia be caught short as politicians sacrifice the national interest to stay in...

Matthew Rimmer on Twitter: "No Surprises: Tony Abbott vs Malcolm Turnbull @DavPope on #LibSpill, Trojan Horses and Rainbow Unicorns. http://t.co/7zE2XNmUZq" The tabloid critique of Tony...

Google’s tax deal with the UK: key questions answered

Google’s tax deal raises the question of whether the government is taking too soft a tone with multinationals over their tax. When Google reached a...

Ethics secondary in life insurance

Benjamin Koh, SMH March 11, 2016 Ethics and insurance don’t go hand in hand The behaviour of Commonwealth Bank’s financial planning division was predicted several...

Folie-a-deux: Reliance on Peta Credlin disabled, but did not kill, Tony Abbott

Jack Waterford, Canberra Times columnist March 11, 2016 The most poignant, believable and prophetic movement of Niki Savva's Shakespearean tragi-comedy of the downfall of Tony Abbott is...

The ugly story of Dick Smith, from float to failure

The ugly story of Dick Smith, from float to failure Jeffrey Knapp, UNSW Australia Early last month, the Senate announced an inquiry with terms of reference...

Here’s What China’s Middle Classes Really Earn — and Spend

China's working population — 770.4 million people — is the largest in the world. But the middle class that dominates its consumer market still only accounts...