John Gooding puts on his Hazmat suit and wades through Rupert Murdoch’s Twitter feed
Where you live will alter your power in determing the outcome of the 2013 election.
John Gooding reports on the latest in USYD’s Disability Action Plan.
When Civilization V first came out in 2010, it was pretty terrible. For a game that was meant to simulate the rise and fall of the world’s greatest civilisations, it left a whole lot of stuff out. For instance, there was no religion, no real simulation of or reference to imperialism, and no espionage.…
John Gooding woke up this morning, printed himself a gun
The USU has a new President, Vice President, Honorary Secretary and Honorary Treasurer.
The vote of Senate-appointed Board Director may leave Directors’ fortunes to chance
John Gooding reports on the USU’s most recent members meeting
Some of the Mainstream Party’s policies are pretty sound, really. For instance, they advocate the implementation of a pneumatic mail service, with all manner of items being sent from address to address via tubes and compressed air. Sadly, a pneumatic fast food service would mean you’d have to stack pizza slices and all the grease…
It’s time to take a master class from veteran Daily Telegraph reporter Richard Noone, who on February 18 had a story with the following headline published under the so-called ‘News’ section