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Most of us are dependent on the internet for keeping up to date with daily gossip and news – and of course online shopping – but few could have predicted it had the potential to combat one of Australia’s oldest equality problems. DANELLA SMITH reports.
Take a scroll through Facebook, Twitter or Instagram at any time and it’s almost guaranteed that you’ll find one. Whether it’s the girl staging the photo shoot in front of her bathroom mirror, or the boy lifting his shirt to expose his ‘ripped’ abs, the selfie phenomenon is taking over the world – at least the social media world anyway. MELISSA KEOGH discusses.
A new option on Facebook allows Australian users to “update their status” in relation to organ donation.
WADE STEPHENS explains.
Check-In is a new broadcast TV show created, presented, shot and produced by journalism and film students at the University of South Australia. In this episode, the team covers all you need to know about the changing landscape of social media.
Social media is the key to the success of new northern-suburbs-based cycling group Gawler Wheelers, which has become one of Adelaide’s biggest cycling groups with almost 180 members, writes ERIN WILLIS.
By STEPHANIE TIMOTHEOU. Before computers were a regular household item, your average person would have struggled to make a living through their passion for music.
By ANDREW RUZGAR.
There is a new online campaign urging all politicians to stop selling off Australian farmland to foreign investors.
By AMELIA VOGELSANG. The idea of having the police as a part of your Facebook news feed seems strange, but thousands of South Australians already do and the idea is catching on.
By EDWARD GODFREY. Office workers have been blocked from accessing fantasy sports websites as businesses have begun to count the cost of the increasingly popular pastime.