If that's not a misleading title in Google terms, I don't know what is - it's also the title of a very popular children's book from the '80s by top Australian author John Marsden. Sorry about that if you've come by looking for a review. Check out Libraries Australia to find out where to get an audio recording by the author, here. If you're a university student, talk to your librarian about the Austlit database sometime, and if you're from a public library, ask your librarian to show you book reviewing sources in the databases they subscribe toOne day I may even review those sources of information. But today is not that day. (See also this link at Leisa Reichelt's blog, for further discussion on this and other matters.)
In other words, there is news about, and here it is, printed in bits and bytes...
More on networked books - this time, from if:book, a review of the Pulse website from Ben Vershbow, which I'm looking forward to investigating once I've done a thousand other things around here.
Let's celebrate Anzac Day by speaking of celebrated and ageing Australians - Richard Neville has posted this address to an art gallery on his website, and an interesting story is attached.
Finally - someone in Germany did a search for 'stone film biker film', and here's result 36 (or so.)Which does make me wonder if people read these results after all, or if Typepad just likes to tease us with the suspicion that they do. I really don't know if this will be here tomorrow. But what a great looking blog....does anyone out there care to comment on the quality of the translation?