Between Flickr, Facebook and any number of blogging platforms, it's not hard to get your life story out there — but getting it onto television is a tad trickier. As part of a documentary series called 'The Making Of Australia', the ABC is inviting people to post their memories of life since 1945 on a dedicated web site. Some of the material will be used for an eventual TV documentary, but the rest will remain on the site in photo, text, video and audio format. Hit the link for full details and tutorials on how to get started.
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