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Victorian government adopts Creative Commons as its default information licensing system

In a first move by an Australian government, the Victorian parliament has adopted Creative Commons (CC) licensing as its default licensing system for access to public sector information (PSI).

Nominate an Anthillian. Do you fit the mould?

If you think that you or someone you admire is worthy of 'Anthillian' status, please follow the link. We can't promise that we'll profile your nominated entrepreneur and/or innovator but his/her achievements will be made known to our editorial crew (and our readers).

Silex Systems buys collapsed Solar Systems’ assets, raising solar energy hopes (and many questions)

Plans by Silex Systems Limited to buy the assets of Solar Systems, the Melbourne-based solar energy company that was placed into administration last September, injects life into a cherished plan, but uncertainty persists. Government support is in the offing and, worse for engineers, the technology remains unproven at utility scale.

FlyingSolo.com.au

There are more than a million solo business owners in Australia. If you are one of them, check out FlyingSolo.com.au.

Australian-developed technology hits the big time

Everyone Counts (E1C), the Australian-developed electronic voting technology company that we've covered in the past (here and here), had a big win recently when, together with the City and County of Honolulu, it staged the successful completion of the world’s first all-digital Universal Access binding government election.

Our 'gloomy' site gets a face-lift

If you haven't already noticed, our 'gloomy' grey site was today given a face-lift. As posted previously, we've always been embarrassed about our website -...

Our ‘gloomy’ site gets a face-lift

If you haven't already noticed, our 'gloomy' grey site was today given a face-lift. As posted previously, we've always been embarrassed about our website -...

10 steps to web start up (Start Up Blog)

A great post by regular Anthill contributor and Rentoid.com founder Steve Sammartino over on his Start Up Blog. A list of the 10 things...

Weird and witty business ideas and inventions

Once again, we need your help with the next instalment of our Magazine 2.0 Experiment. You might be aware that I write Anthill's Bi-Goodness column -...

Dr Robin Batterham

Batterham than me! Dr Robin Batterham has one of the toughest jobs in Australia. He is Australia's Chief Scientist. But what exactly does that mean? According...

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Seven steps to crafting the perfect email, with James Tuckerman [FREE...

We are all bombarded by emails every day. We bombard others with emails. It’s a congested superhighway of e-promises, lead magnets and chit chat out there. So how on Earth are your emails going to stand out? James Tuckerman is a man who knows a thing or ten about online marketing. In this cheat sheet, he shares seven steps to achieve two very clear goals: Opens and click throughs.

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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...

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