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Electronics Manufacturing in Australia

Australia is a great place to manufacture electronic products and embedded sytems. It is both profitable and desirable to make these products in Australia. We are both enthusiastic and confident that this is achievable for a very wide range of products. So how do we fit in? We make stuff work. Forget complexity, that's our problem. We handle the details so you don't have to. It's not about bits and bytes and millivolts but about results. You want products you can sell at a profit. We want that as well.

A.E.Brain

Voted "Best Australian Blog not owned by Rupert Murdoch" in the recent International Weblog Awards, and being archived by the Australian National Library as a blog with "lasting cultural value" and of "national significance". The description says it all - "Intermittent postings from Canberra, Australia on Software Development, Space, Politics, and Interesting URLs. And of course, Brains..."

Gold Coast bookkeeping Quickbooks MYOB bookkeepers BAS GST software

Guides for bookkeepers and business owners with case studies for different industries. Useful links for businesses and free downloads often used by small and medium size business. BAS return submission.

Lifehacker Australia

Lifehacker is a technology blog with a slightly different way of looking at the world. We see technology as a shortcut to life. When we look at products, software or gadgets, we stop and ask – how does this make my work or play faster, more efficient, and more fun?

ERP Software

Information on IT and specifically ERP software solutions. It news and events in Perth.

photo recovery

Sim card data recovery software takes a minute time to restore all deleted text messages on your Windows operating system.

Lifehacker

tech tips and productivity tips

Compound Theory

Mark Mandel is a software developer in Melbourne Australia that spends most of his working day developing in ColdFusion and Java.

Diary and Other Rantings

Beyond Silicon Valley' - adventures of an American expatriate now living in Australia

Andrew J Barnett

A personal blog reporting on the latest Australian events affecting myself, as well as reviews for hardware and software that I use, as well as the occasional humour based post.
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