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Mark Pesce

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New media in government

As governments across Australia and around the world seek to use Web 2.0 tools and strategies to communicate with their citizens, this forum explores the role of social media as a means of direct communication, collaboration and engagement between governments and communities. This event was...
Conference paper

Three billion

Shaping policy in uncertain markets with minimal predictable factors'
Article

Mob rules

In a decade we have made an enormous transition: back in 1997 half of humanity had never made a phone call. Sometime in 2007 half of humanity will own a phone. And despite all of the 'bling' aspects of the culture surrounding mobile telephony -...
Report

IPTV: order, chaos and anarchy

The future of any commercial IP television system in Australia is fundamentally hamstrung by a grossly under-resourced national broadband infrastructure, and the vacuum is being filled by audience-driven solutions such as YouTube and BitTorrent. The broadcasting incumbents find themselves increasingly marginalized; the audience has seized...
Report

IPTV: order, chaos and anarchy

The future of any commercial IP television system in Australia is fundamentally hamstrung by a grossly under-resourced national broadband infrastructure, and the vacuum is being filled by audience-driven solutions such as YouTube and BitTorrent. The broadcasting incumbents find themselves increasingly marginalized; the audience has seized...