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Qantas has spruced up the design of its web site, but the process apparently didn’t include any proper testing in Firefox.
Windows Live Messenger (aka MSN Messenger, aka Microsoft’s ad-laden IM client) turns 10 this week, and Microsoft calculates that 4.5 million Australians use it each month. I have a simple question: why?
Microsoft has rolled out Service Pack 2 for Office 2008 on the Mac. As well as the usual bug fixes and promises of speed improvements, the update also includes a couple of new features.
If you pay your Telstra bill by wandering into the local post office, here’s a pretty powerful reason to dump that practice: from September 14, you’ll have to pay $2.20 for the privilege.
In the GPS world, nothing much comes for free, but Navigon’s new iPhone direction-finding app comes close: you can install it for nothing and check out a pretty comprehensive set of Australian maps.