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AIMIA launches Australian web history project

The Australian Interactive Media Industry Association (AIMIA) has unveiled its ‘History of the Australian Web’ project, which establishes a permanent and public record of the major trends of the Australian internet since 2001. The project combines an interactive visual display for users to track how the most popular online properties have evolved, and continue to evolve in the early part of the 21st century.

Public Sphere - ICT & Creative Industries Development

Labor Senator for the ACT, Kate Lundy is holding a third public sphere event on Australian ICT and Creative Industries Development. The aim of this Public Sphere is to engage with the ICT and creative industries, as well as the broader community to identify areas where government policy can be developed or enhanced to better facilitate the growth and development of these industries in Australia.

Product Management Package

Finding the right candidate with the Product Management experience you require is not an easy task. Product Management processes are different at every company, and product professionals have diverse educational and employment backgrounds. 

Get a real taste of Paris!

With Unique Taste Experiences. Whether you want to discover Paris’ best artisan bakers, hunt for the ultimate Parisian macaroon or cheese shop, trawl the unspoilt food markets of the higher numbered arrondissements, or just visit the city’s hottest bistros from the culinary stars of the future, Ute can take you there.

Twitter Bootcamp

During this intensive ½ day mini-conference you’ll be introduced to a whole new approach to marketing and advertising online, including practical guidance on which Twitter tools and techniques will best serve your needs.

IAB Award Winners

CumminsNitro Brisbane has continued its winning run and trumped a strong field of competitors to be crowned 2009 IAB Awards’ Best of Show for its Queensland Tourism ‘Best Job in the World’ campaign. They also won the Brand Awareness and Positioning category, beating out a record number of entries to secure the prestigious title and they’ve now secured entry in the 2009 US IAB MIXX Awards.

Will Mobile Kill the Web?

The emergence of Android and iPhone in the mainstream is a signal that the mobile web revolution has truly begun.

More Australians carry a 3G mobile device than own a fixed broadband connection at home. In fact, now that roughly nine million Australians use 3G – mobile broadband – they’re increasingly likely to want to use their mobile device to access your company’s online information.