Walking Camino Portugués, Camino de Santiago de Compostella [17/50]
Why is Smith Street important? A history of one of Melbourne’s most diverse streets
Open Government Data: possibilities and problems
Framing the NBN: Consumer Attitudes and Perceptions
Moderating successful online forums
Death and the Internet
Examples of structured and un-structured data
Opportunity and accountability in the ‘eResearch push’,Digital Humanities, 2012, Hamburg, Germany
Teaching Digital Humanties: Digital methods elective: Ph.D. Coursework Subject
Political Issue Analysis System
Fitzroy, Melbourne, November, 2001: oral history archive
The Open Victoria Project: Open-Government Widgets for Enhanced Citizen-Government Dialogue
eResearch in an international information environment: developments, challenges and responses
Towards an ‘inconvenient’ Digital Humanities
Decoding Digital Humanities (Melbourne)
A Blog Philosophy
What is privacy and why is it important?
The 8 Hour Day Celebrations
The Elusive Audience
The History of Strategic Non-Parliamentary Political Commuication
The Internet and Political Communication
The Innovative ETD: Innovations and Obsolescence
Historical Significance and the Internet
Inter-Disciplinary Angst and ‘Distributed Authorship’.
Why Make an Electronic Thesis in the Humanities?
Excerpt from The History of Moomba 1955-2005
The History Wars Continue: Keith Winshuttle Versus Simon Schama: A Hypothetical Trial
Don Watson: Recollections of a Bleeding Heart, A Portrait of Paul Keating
A Brief History of the Melbourne Fringe Festival 1982-2003
Fitzroy as a post-industrial frontier
What is globalisation?
The Death of Mr Practical: The Practical man and Globalisation