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1. Dead man walking
Dead man walking
I've watched quite a few Death Row movies and find them interesting because my country, Australia, no longer has the death penalty and I'm opposed to it. I was present when the last hanging occured in Victoria when Ronald Ryan was hanged in 'D' Division at Pentridge Prison at 8:00 am on Friday 3 ...
Entertainment & Media - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 11:45:48
2. Nikon D300s Digital Camera
Nikon D300s Digital Camera
I still love my Nikon D70 but the time has come to replace it. Here are the Nikon digital camera models I've shortlisted and hope they help you if you're considering a similar purchase. They don't contain long lists of features; nor am I concerned about margin differences between test shots. I a...
Computers & Electronics - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 19:24:42
3. Review of 'Lilies' DVD
Review of 'Lilies' DVD
This BBC TV show follows the lives of the Irish Moss family who live in Liverpool, England and whose poverty determines their actions. Set during the 20s, just after the First World war and the depression, we begin with the grinding poverty of the family and end with better understanding between ...
Entertainment & Media - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 19:26:37
4. Baby elephant born in captivity at Melbourne zoo
Baby elephant born in captivity at Melbourne zoo
After a very long labour and a difficult birth, Kulab's the new calf was born on Friday 10th September, 2010 and is the Melbourne zoo's first male Asian elephant. It was 142 kilos. Kulab had been pregnant for 22 months. Usually elephants in the wild birth during the night so that by morning the...
Pets & Animals - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 19:23:53
5. From auto to manual with a Canon or Nikon DSLR camera
From auto to manual with a Canon or Nikon DSLR camera
Before I bought a Canon DSLR camera, I had a point and shoot compact Canon digital camera with a very low pixel ratio. It was fun to use at the time. DSLR cameras hadn't appeared then. And earlier in my life I had used a film SLR camera. There are always debates between Canon and Nikon users. Th...
Computers & Electronics - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 19:24:38
6. I am getting hearing aids
I am getting hearing aids
In my youth, my ears would block up and I wouldn't be able to hear very well. My father happened to be a doctor and he got hold of a syringe and he used to syringe out my ears. It was wax at that time. But there was instant relief. Later in life, perhaps at the age of about 32, I began to notice...
Healthy Living - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 19:24:42
7. Visit to Castlemaine and Mt.Alexander
Visit to Castlemaine and Mt.Alexander
We drove to Castlemaine in May 2010 and discovered that the freeway goes straight through now to the turn off to Castlemaine. That's a bit of a pity because you miss out on some really old historic towns, but it means that the trip only takes about an hour and it inspires us more about the though...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 15:33:19
8. Australian book awards
Australian book awards
Every author from any country can win a Nobel Prize, but I thought I'd mention Australia's winner first. Australia's other book awards cannot really compare with such international prestige and they are mentioned further on. I will concentrate on the Miles Franklin award, because that is the majo...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 19:23:53
9. Panic disorder
Panic disorder
When I was 29 I contracted glandular fever. However my doctor thought it was just a bacterial infection and he injected huge vials of penicillin every night after work. On the second last day, I felt pretty faint. On the last day, I went into a panic attack which left my limbs uncontrolled and I ...
Healthy Living - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 11:51:33
10. Gifts for children
Gifts for children
When I was a kid I always received a book for Christmas. I used to be so excited about getting it. Then I would probably finish the book by the next day. I'm going to suggest books for kids and young adults this year for presents from Santa! With the Australian dollar being above parity of the U...
Gift Guide - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 11:44:59
11. Slapping children
Slapping children
Have you ever hit a child? I admit that I hit my only child once. As a toddler he ran onto the road. I slapped him on the bottom. I have no idea whether it worked as a tactic or not. It was a scary moment for me and I just reacted. But he never did run on the road again. I did also talk to him ab...
Parenting & Kids - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 19:26:37
12. India, a land of extremes
India, a land of extremes
I went to India in 1998 with my partner and our son of 15 at the time and two friends with their 19 year old daughter. India has most likely changed a lot since we were there, but probably not much as far as being a tourist goes. We backpacked and stayed in the cheapest places and travelled on th...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 19:23:34
13. Nikon D90 Digitial Camera
Nikon D90 Digitial Camera
I'm in the market for a new Nikon digital camera. I still love my Nikon D70 but the time has come to replace my trusty D70. I have produced this series of lenses to examine the Nikon digital camera models I have shortlisted and hope they might help you if you're considering a similar purchase. T...
Computers & Electronics - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 19:23:09
14. Nikon 18-105mm AF-S VR Lens
Nikon 18-105mm AF-S VR Lens
This DX (cropped digital sensor) Nikon lens is available separately or as a kit with some digital (DSLR) camera bodies. The lens features AF-S Silent Wave autofocus - which means that all of the Nikon digital camera bodies can autofocus with this lens, even cheaper cameras like the Nikon D3000> a...
Computers & Electronics - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 19:26:36

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