Aussie Imagine Cup site is now live…

Yes, the Australian Imagine Cup website is now live, and it looks AWESOME! I worked with Wunderman on this (they also did the Imagine Cup flyers that you plant and grow a tree out of) and I am very happy with the work they’ve done. Check it out. The other big news to note is this…

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XNA Gamefest presentations are now available online

Gamefest is probably the biggest game technology event on the Microsoft calendar. The 2007 conference hapened earlier this year (in the U.S, of course), and the presentations and some of the audio from speaker sessions have now been posted online for download. There’s some very useful stuff here f you’ve been playing with XNA. The best…

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New Victorian Government advertisement on greenhouse gas reductions

Cross posting from my Imagine Cup Australia blog:  You may very well have already seen this advert from the Victorian Government – it’s an advert encouraging people to reduce power usage and trying to cut harmful gas emissions (if you haven’t seen it, check out the ad below) I like this because it helps make the…

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‘Lecturer-only giveaway’ – free 2 day Microsoft Expression training course for lecturers / teachers

For those of you who haven’t heard, Expression Studio is Microsoft’s new web design tool offering. If you are a web design / multimedia lecturer (or similar), I have acquired 10 certificates for a 2 day Expression Studio training course to give away for free. The certificates come with no strings attached, and represent a good opportunity to learn…

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Student’s and Lecturer’s Guide to Free Microsoft Software

If you’re a student or an educator, you shouldn’t have to pay for Microsoft software. It’s that simple – if you’re a student, you’re probably cash strapped. If you’re an educator, you’re helping people build a better future. Trying to make money off students and educators is, IMHO, not right. Following my (very brief) presentation on…

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