Online Roundup Friday 30 November 2012

e-Commerce infographics, Internet kill switches, the Microsoft Surface, Nuking the moon and Dumb ways to Die? Ecclectic bunch of articles.


The National Australia Bank joins the infographic craze with a report on the state of e-Commerce in Australia.

A song (and animated filmclip) to deliver a message about train safety by the Melbourne Metro has become an overnight hit. It's selling on iTunes!

Around the world

Sobering thought that freedom of speech can be impacted by an Internet Kill Switch in Syria.

The Microsft Surface Pro gets a price.

Print takes the loss as Mobile rises. Some stats from the US.

Rats and Mice

I don't know what to say about this. The ambition. The arrogance. Nuking the moon?

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