Wednesday 06 Oct 2021 | 23:23 | SYDNEY
Wednesday 06 Oct 2021 | 23:23 | SYDNEY

Tuesday blog linkage


Sam Roggeveen


19 February 2008 15:43

  • I'm a bit late on this, but Patrick Walters had a weekend scoop on the Defence White Paper and review of homeland security. 
  • Via Clicked, nine of the most unusual buildings to be constructed around the world. 
  • There are apparently 400,000 'cracked' iPhones in China — that is, iPhone users using unauthorised carriers. It's a nice illustration of what Thomas Barnett says in this op-ed: 'Today America sees a very different world than the rest of the planet does: We want it instantly tidied up with no terrorists and no autocrats and no environmental damage — a "getting it right at all costs" grand strategy. Meanwhile, that young, ambitious non-Western chunk of humanity focuses on an entirely different agenda  a "getting ahead at all costs" grand strategy.'
  • A few weeks ago I cringed at the very idea of trying to make 'hip' ADF recruiting ads. But the US Navy shows it might just be possible.