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IBM partners with Twitter

INTERNATIONAL Business Machines and Twitter have announced a far-reaching alliance to apply data from the microblogging service to solve business problems. The deal is designed to marry IBM’s analytics software and large consulting staff with the huge ... [Published The Australian - 21 hours ago]
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Deal’s benefits outweigh its costs

IF there were a way of quantifying the importance of current issues and their respective coverage in the media, and dividing the former by the latter, the Trans-Pacific Partnership might well rank first. The little-known trade deal, which Australia has ... [Published The Australian - 4 hours ago]
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Homegrown jihadists our responsibility

YOUR editorial (“Issue no passports to terror”, 30/10) says the threat of homegrown jihadists is our responsibility, while Janet Albrechtsen says it’s rubbish to believe imams telling young Muslims they must kill infidels “is not an incitement to violence”. ... [Published The Australian - 4 hours ago]
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Federation needs a structural reset

WHAT did the federal politician say to the hairdresser? “I want to reform my hair colour.” Yes, reform is one of those overused words, but fixing the federation could be the real thing; a genuine structural reset that kicks off many years of renovation ... [Published The Australian - 4 hours ago]
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Last post, October 31

ALY Salem’s article was on the mark (“Losing my religion to Islamic radicals and Western progressives”, 29/10). The most obnoxious example of political correctness gone mad is the fact that Islam cannot be criticised, even by worried Muslims, without ... [Published The Australian - 4 hours ago]
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Scottish warrior wasn’t much like Mel

‘True Stories’ investigates Mel Gibson’s ‘Braveheart’. Source: News Limited This engrossing series from the BBC started a new season last week, its fourth, again entertainingly looking behind blockbuster movies to unravel fact from fiction. It’s a great ... [Published The Australian - 6 hours ago]
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LG ends plasma production

THE plasma TV is in its death throes with LG Electronics one of the latest manufacturers to cease production on November 30. LG will instead focus on “enhancing and expanding its OLED and LCD TV product portfolios”.The Korean manufacturer is expected ... [Published The Australian - 14 hours ago]
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Harris takes on digital sales strategy at Bauer

TEMPEST Media founder Monique Harris has been appointed head of digital commercial strategy for magazine group Bauer Media. The announcement comes a day after the company announced its chief executive, Matt Stanton, will leave for a senior executive role ... [Published The Australian - 15 hours ago]
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Word of advice for Cisco

SAS Institute executive vice-president Jim Davis at its headquarters in Raleigh, North Carolina. Pic: Fran Foo Source: TheAustralian A SENIOR technology executive has called for analytics to be embedded into networking appliances to quickly detect fraudulent ... [Published The Australian - 15 hours ago]
First reported Oct 29 2014 - Updated Oct 29 2014 - 1 reports

Abolition of states must be on agenda

THE prospect of Tony Abbott’s speech at Tenterfield being “the catalyst for a national conversation about federalism”, as alluded to by Stephen Martin (“A new Tenterfield moment”, 28/10), is diminished by reason that the leadership credentials and respectful ... [Published The Australian - Oct 29 2014]
First reported Oct 29 2014 - Updated Oct 29 2014 - 1 reports

Last post, October 30

BILL Shorten must have been channelling Yogi Berra when reaffirming Labor’s policy on stopping boats: “If you don’t know where you are going, you might wind up someplace else.” John Dorman, Toowoomba, QldThere’s little point in trying to define terrorism ... [Published The Australian - Oct 29 2014]
First reported Oct 29 2014 - Updated Oct 29 2014 - 1 reports

Shorten in denial about turn-back

OPPOSITION Leader Bill Shorten’s statement that boat turn-backs are not working shows why he is not fit to be prime minister. He either lacks the courage to support the Abbott government on this successful strategy, or he lacks the intelligence to read ... [Published The Australian - Oct 29 2014]

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Deal’s benefits outweigh its costs [Published The Australian - 4 hours ago]
Last post, October 31 [Published The Australian - 4 hours ago]
Federation needs a structural reset [Published The Australian - 4 hours ago]
Homegrown jihadists our responsibility [Published The Australian - 4 hours ago]
Scottish warrior wasn’t much like Mel [Published The Australian - 6 hours ago]
LG ends plasma production [Published The Australian - 14 hours ago]
Harris takes on digital sales strategy at Bauer [Published The Australian - 15 hours ago]
Word of advice for Cisco [Published The Australian - 15 hours ago]
IBM partners with Twitter [Published The Australian - 21 hours ago]
Shorten in denial about turn-back [Published The Australian - Oct 29 2014]
Last post, October 30 [Published The Australian - Oct 29 2014]
Abolition of states must be on agenda [Published The Australian - Oct 29 2014]
Reforms still awaiting Senate debate [Published The Australian - Oct 29 2014]
Hamish and Andy back in drive [Published The Australian - Oct 29 2014]
Mashable launches Australian edition [Published The Australian - Oct 29 2014]
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VET fee scheme ‘open to misuse’ [Published The Australian - Oct 28 2014]
G20 should pay attention to Murdoch [Published The Australian - Oct 28 2014]
Whitlam narrow-minded on Vietnamese [Published The Australian - Oct 28 2014]
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Labor myth-making machine in overdrive [Published The Australian - Oct 27 2014]
Sharia law should not be given oxygen [Published The Australian - Oct 27 2014]
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