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World championship chess: Nadal v. Federer with pawns

Ian Rogers, who, like Kramnik, has lost one game out of four to Anand, writes:Oct 20, 20083 Comments

There was atmosphere and passion aplenty in Bonn on Friday as Anand and Kramnik fought out one of the greatest World Championship games of the modern era, writes Ian Rogers.

Ice TV v Nine Network = landmark copyright case

Brian Fitzgerald and Ben Atkinson write:Oct 17, 20081 Comment

Are you entitled to own what you produce just because you put time and labour into producing it, ask Brian Fitzgerald and Ben Atkinson.

What if an opposition leader joined a social network and nobody came?

The AntiGeek writes:Oct 17, 2008

Malcolm Turnbull has joined Twitter, the "micro-blogging" service that allows posts of only 140 characters. And he's been an immediate hit, writes the AntiGeek.

And the Wankley Award goes to ... Conroy's net filtering scheme

Publisher of The Inquisitr Duncan Riley writes:Oct 17, 20081 Comment

Won't someone think of the adults? Australia’s march to a Chinese censorship regime took a interesting turn this week when new details emerged on the Rudd Government’s Great Firewall of Australia internet filtering scheme, writes Duncan Riley.

How Rudd created a global economic "crisis" in seven days

Dr Stuart Middleton, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Business at the University of QueenslandOct 17, 20086 Comments

The Rudd Government was slow to acknowledge a financial crisis, but when it did, it quickly framed it as a global crisis, but has the media caught on to this theme? by Dr Stuart Middleton.

Can the Murdoch and Fairfax families support their debt laden public empires?

By Stephen Mayne Oct 16, 20083 Comments

Whilst it is all very well for The Australian to plaster pictures of overpaid bankers across the front page, News Corp shareholders should be demanding that their leaders take a huge salary cut in 2008-09, writes Stephen Mayne.

Krugman should've got the Nobel Prize for journalism

Nicholas Gruen writes:Oct 14, 2008

Paul Krugman didn't get the prize for his journalism. But he should have, writes Nicholas Gruen.

The Robing Room: Don't diss the Bar, you dogs

Barrister and commentator Greg Barns writes:Oct 14, 20081 Comment

If you criticise the Victorian bar from within its ranks you are behaving like a dog, according to Ross Gillies QC who spoke at this year’s dinner, writes Greg Barns.

Commentariat 1: Bank guarantee on the hop

Canberra correspondent Bernard Keane writes:Oct 13, 20082 Comments

Bernard Keane reports on what the pundits thought.

Spray of the Day 2: Drivel lives at the Sunday Express

CrikeyOct 13, 20084 Comments

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