I am just wondering if anyone can shed some light on this. I bookmarked it a while ago and have been wondering whether it stalled or no.
As reported by Darcy Moore a couple of weeks ago, the first trailer of the film of John Marsden's excellent novel, Tomorrow When The War Began, is now available.
This film of a talk by Richard Nash on book publishing comes thoroughly recommended by Chris Anderson, Wired editor and author of the seminal text The Long Tail. He was very effusive about it on Twitter the other day, calling it the 'best post on the future of books and publishing I've ever seen'.
Finally, I was delighted by the snippets of this interview I heard last week with recently deceased Scottish tenor Kenneth McKellar on Margaret Throsby's morning interview show, and am looking forward to listening to the lot today. Aaah technology, iz waking up the dead.