The more educated you are, the more likely you are to work past 65. Plus a new email service to handle sender's remorse, and an artist's year-long experiment.
Bob Carr's diary has been rightly ridiculed, but it's actually a cracking read. Plus how to make your office ever so much more efficient, and sad meals in sadder kitchens.
Facebook and email are Australians' preferred social media, depending on age. And Twitter barely features for them.
There was no internet in Osama bin Laden's secret hideout but bin Laden still regularly emailed his followers, by typing out letters which would be carried by trusted courier to an internet cafe.
According to the Australasian Paper Industry Association, it is better for the environment to print your emails than to check them repeatedly. Not quite, reports Nick Johns-Wickberg.
You might think Facebook is just for tweens and young folk. You would be wrong. The average age of a Facebook user is just 38, while younger people are more likely to use social media than email.
Need to snare that great job or scoop interview? Copyblogger has six simple but smart tips for making your emails stand out from the pack, so they get read and get a response.
Hotmail was an instant 90s hit, with nearly nine million users in the first 18 months. But it's the slow, fuddy duddy email system of the web. Can the new Hotmail redesign beat Gmail as the best email service?
A rather hilarious example of the old email-sent-to-the-wrong address chestnut, with an internal AMP Capital Investors memo -- full of business jargon ripe for the ribbing -- accidentally getting sent to the media.