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The Land of Plenty

“I’m going to have another one.”

It was a simple phrase, an announcement of intent, but it was also a statement of celebration akin to ‘it’s finally over’. 1,553 more words

Bicycle Touring

Roos and Wallabies

The Hacking River and the Royal Nasho

Youthworks’ Port Hacking site is snuggled on the edge of the Royal National Park south of Sydney, (the “Nasho” for short. 803 more words

Outdoor Education

Peter Moon: When could a data breach be toxic? | AFR

If your business holds reasonably well defined data sets, you can and should be considering how toxic a leak might be. Here’s why.

Source: Peter Moon: When could a data breach be toxic? | afr.com


DTA undecided on sole identity provider for Govpass | iTnews

The Digital Transformation Agency is yet to decide which agency will be entrusted as the federal government’s sole identity provider for the whole-of-gov Govpass digital identity platform even as testing of the new verifier begins. 13 more words


The Giant Red Tingle Tree

So often when travelling, we find ourselves in a place or situation so unique and humbling that it feels impossible to capture it in a mere photograph or video. 427 more words


Some framing finished

I finally got a little bit of framing done.  These are not frames made by me this time.  I have just made the mats for the pictures to fit into the frames.  49 more words


Cicada Days

As a harbinger of warmer days to come, it’s hard to go past the cicada. It might be due to the combination of a dry winter and a warm start to spring but in recent weeks there have been discarded cicada shells all over the place. 407 more words

Mountain Life