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Chips Under The Skin -

Posted 26 May 2015

Australians are, if a new report is to be believed, quite open to the possibility of taking the concept of wearable devices to a wholly new level.

A study sponsored by the Visa company suggests that 25 percent of Australians are at least ‘slightly interested’ in having a commercial chip implanted in their skin.

This is, of course, potentially great news for multi-national payment groups like Visa. Their specialty is, after all, devising new ways of getting people to part with... Click for more

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26 May 2015

I once heard a legendary evangelist say this: 'The world wants what we have when we believe what we say.' I think that's true, especially in the post-modern world in which we live, where people are overloaded with lifestyle options and confused by the vagaries of political correctness. As followers of Jesus, our primary role is to do three things. First, to witness about Jesus, to... Click for more

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In their respective areas of leadership, they all demonstrated an early appreciation for the mass collaboration culture inspired by the internet.

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