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When wowsers wuled the woost

We at Dodgy Perth don’t believe in moderate consumption of anything. If you’re going to do it, go hard and go often is always our advice. 375 more words


PERTH: Day 4

4 August 2015. Today, Memey will compete in primary-school-student-fun-run in her school. She was one of 5 representatives from Brentwood Primary School. Thus, my uncle did not go to the office. 448 more words


The Body is Obsolete: Interview with Stelarc

Written for The Kernel (The Daily Dot’s Sunday magazine)
Published in issue, Offline and Obsolete, July 26th, 2015

Since the ’70s, transhumanist artist Stelarc has used himself as an experimental canvas for exploring his ideas about the body’s obsolescence and its potential for technological alteration. 261 more words

Anna Denejkina

Weekly Highlights for Sept. 25

Read on for this week’s advancement news worldwide, the latest CASE news, trending discussions on CASE communities and content shared by member institutions. Have something to share? 344 more words

CASE Highlights

Research Bulletin 3.9.2015: From Carpal Tunnelish problems to the Curtin university annual research colloquium

“The most precious thing during the era of computers isn’t your brains, but your wrist and elbow.” – Me

I’ve kept this blog under hibernation during the last couple of weeks. 420 more words


Celebrating Australian Success - Turning Knowledge & Research into business

From nuclear to knowledge – finalists announced for the 2015 KCA Research Commercialisation Awards

Cutting edge nuclear software; 1,000 terabyte DVD technology; a $US75 million up-front payment for biotech start-up; reducing red tape management systems; and open access libraries online are finalists for this year’s Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia (KCA) Awards. 955 more words


An Australian Professor Grew An Ear On His Arm And Plans To Hook It Up to Wifi so Everyone Can Hear Him.

The bottom line to this guy is that you have to be suuuper cocky to believe that ANY ONE wants to listen you you blabble 24/7 over the internet and through your wonky gross arm ear all all things. 344 more words