Author Archives: Chase Stevens

Just a couple o’ things

So there’s a couple of things that I want to write about that have annoyed me ever-so-slightly. First things first: This fantastically poorly thought out article by Barry Cohen. Now admittedly I haven’t read anything else Barry has written – … Continue reading

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GST Coalition

So unless you live under a rock, don’t watch or read the news, don’t use the Internet or  have no contact with another human being… or aren’t from Australia you will most likely be unaware of a certain Coalition of … Continue reading

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The Horse has (finally) bolted

Do you not live in Victoria? Do you not pay attention to the news? Do you, in fact, live under a rock? If you answered yes to some of these questions you may not be aware but Ted Baillieu has … Continue reading

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Open Source Public Education

Public Education has transformed society and has been transformed over time, but the core belief that education should be open to all has remained. Currently Public Education is going through what could be the most profound transformation in it’s history. … Continue reading

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Richard Stallman

I met Software Freedom founder, evangelist and co-creator of the GNU, Richard Stallman today.

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Minority Governments – What are they?

Lately there has been a bit of talk  about Minority Governments. I’ve been asked about them a little too, so to the best of my ability I’ll explain what they are.

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A Hung Parliament and You – What the heck is happening?

Some questions I’ve been asked lately: What is a Hung Parliament? It means that no party won enough seats in the House of Representatives to form a majority government. So Labor and the Coalition will need to negotiate with the … Continue reading

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