I am not a legal expert, but I found this commentry in The Register interesting - it seems to imply that someone has been charged in Australia for having a web page that linked to another site (not run by them) that hosted illegal content (audio files). Does this mean we'll have to keep a closer watch on where external links go to?
feedmap .net (BETA) : Where Blogs Meet Maps: "Using FeedMap you can geo-code your blog, browse already geo-coded blogs and search for blogs. Once geo-coded, you can get your own BlogMap location using a simple url that allows you to network with your local bloggers and much more!"
I'm surprised I hadn't mentioned this earlier. Microsoft TechEd 2005 is at the Gold Coast from August 30 - September 2nd. Three days of presentations and sessions, and a new location this year too.
These little bloggers went to market - Technology - smh.com.au: "These little bloggers went to market" I've just had a week's holiday in Sydney, and while I was there I read this article in the Sydney Morning Herald's Tuesday edition (they have a small IT section a bit like The Australian does). It got me thinking about how "corporate" blogging might work at UniSA. Would it be embraced by staff, and what would students and people from outside UniSA think of it?