Domain: tomw.net.au

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SCSP - Scholarly Communications System Prototype
The prototype application is an academic "paper" and accompanying audio-visual ..... Academics use what has been called the Scholarly Communications System, ...
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UK, Belgium and Germany by High Speed Train
The Thalys from Brussels to Cologne is a very new bright red version of the ... The German ICE high speed train looks fatter and more business like that the ...
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Y2K Won't Bug Us - But Viruses Might Bite - Says Bug Buster
Y2K Won't Bug Us - But Viruses Might Bite - Says Bug Buster ... A free edition is available on the web at: http://www.tomw.net.au/nt ...
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Sydney to Canberra by Train
Feb 13, 2008 ... While an okay trip for rail enthusiasts and tourists with time on their hands, the Sydney to Canberra train is not really viable as a public ...
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Hi-tech tourist on the Sydney-Canberra X2000 high speed Tilt Train
Just a quick note from a premium class seat of the Tilt Train from Sydney to Canberra on Sunday 7 May 1995. We left Sydney's Central Railway Station on time ...
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Indian Pacific: Sydney to Perth by Train
Sydney Interstate Railway Station · Sydney, dep 14:40 (EST) 0 km: .... Perth, capital of Western Australia, city of sunshine and lovely vistas. ...
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Brisbane to Sydney by Train
As a practical way to travel from Brisbane to Sydney the XPT isn't. It costs about the same as a discount airline flight and takes much longer. ...
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Hot Air Balloon Over Canberra
He was taking photographs of the set- up, with a conventional 35 mm camera (a photograph appeared in the Canberra Times newspaper on 19 August 1996). ...
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Berlin to Hamburg by ICE High Speed Train
In June 2004 I made a two week visit to Europe, starting at Cambridge and then travelling to Brussels, Berlin and Hamburg by the Eurostar, Thalys and ICE ...
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Net Traveller: ADF Gap Year Web Advertising
Aug 12, 2007 ... The Australian Defence Force is advertising on the web an "ADF Gap Year". Recruits can spend a year in the military between school and ...
 
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