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|The Online Culture Channel is a nonprofit independent network providing an archive of early Australian culture, media, arts and technology institutions, works, writings and expression.
|The Channel is about to change its format and content and will better reflect the new Australian domain names system.
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|Online Australia Cultural Festival 2000 - an online directory and archive of 40 leading Australian cultural institutions that took part in the festival. A 2000 snapshot of Australian online culture. It was supported by the then Online Australia project for the then National Office of the Information Economy (NOIE).
|Metabody archive - the 1999 Metabody CD ROM Project by MERLIN with funding from the then Australian Film Commission Commission (AFC).
|TechTonic - archive of articles on the interplay between media, technology and culture in Australia in the 1990s.
|Open Access - archive of material on community and independent TV projects in Sydney, Australia, from 1991.
|Art and Technology Resources
|Scanlines - Media Art in Australia since the 1960s.
|Synthetics.video - articles on early Australian video arts and culture by Stephen Jones.
|Ariel and The Shadow Computer - an early portable personal computer designed in Australia in the 1980s and the person and social network behind the machine.
|The new Australian domain name address pair www.festivals.com.au and www.festivals.au are for sale.
|Australian Online Safety Resources
|Finally the government has been forced to do something about spam. The Australian Media and Communications Authority (ACMA) has set up a Do Not Call register - where you can lodge your phone number and (almost) never be call-centre-spammed again. Lobby now for this to be extended to email! See also the new cyber.gov.au site with advice if you have been hacked.
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