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NSW government proposes digital licences

- March 13, 2015 < 1 MIN READ

A transition from plastic to digital licensing will take place over the next four years in NSW if the Coalition government is re-elected. All licences would go digital over the next four years, says Minister for Finance & Services Dominic Perrottet. [Source: ComputerWorld]

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10 of the BEST Australian startup blogs you should be reading

- January 14, 2014 4 MIN READ

Nothing quite beats a great piece of written or video content. There is a lot of information to sift through out there on the internet; and when it it comes to blogging in the startup space, you could literally go through every company we have covered on this site and find a blog section for their company on their websites.

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Australian startup fast selling its Bitcoin mining hardware

- November 15, 2013 4 MIN READ

At the start of the month, Australian startup Payonix Technologies launched the sales of the first high-performance, easy-to-use Bitcoin mining hardware. The company’s in-house designed ONIX Series ASIC mining rigs have been pre-sold out – a strong indicator that cryptocurrency is well on its way to becoming mainstream.

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5 Industries where startups will flourish in 2013

- January 7, 2013 2 MIN READ

I hardly ever write these kind of posts, mainly because they are bullshit based on some survey. Whilst the research may point to one particular industry or several that will go “boom” this year, at the end of the day I would rather sell people the truth that it doesn’t really matter what industry you start in, what will will ultimately determine your success is whether or not you get off your backside and make stuff happen. Execution is ALWAYS more important than industry.

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Gina, Fairfax and the Vulture.

- June 19, 2012 2 MIN READ

I have, [like I am sure pretty much every small publisher with an online news site and blog has] been watching the past 24 hours VERY closely when it comes to Fairfax. As much as it sucks that thousands of people will lose their jobs from Fairfax [and we have heard the same will be happening at News Ltd] – I must confess that I did somewhat get excited by the hype and like a vulture began circling their business looking at the weak spots – where do the opportunities lie for me in the situation?