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Duplicitus - Episode 10: The Goanna By Dr Ivor Jo
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Duplicitus is the story of Dr Ivor Jo, an information technology professor who secretly contrives internet espionage for Australian Signals Intelligence ... and its bigger brothers. From the early... More > eighties Strategic Defense Initiative (Star Wars) to the next millennium hunt for bin Laden, Major Ivor Jo pioneers internet facilitated machinations between nations leveraging the frontiers of cyberspace. All the while Ivor's academic colleagues stymie his evolution of a virtual robot with the artificial intelligence to manage the supercomputing duplicity.< Less
True Tomewin Tales By Colin Drake
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A collection of true tales relating to our move to Tomewin, from Sydney, and our many encounters with the wonderful(and less wonderful) wildlife in this region. They all occurred here, at home, and... More > include interactions with our cats and goats plus snakes, goannas (giant monitor lizards), a peacock, the amazing birdlife, possums, wallabies, kangaroos, insects(of many types), dogs and leeches.< Less
True Tomewin Tales - A Collection of Factual Forest Fables By Colin Drake
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A collection of true tales relating to our move to Tomewin, from Sydney, and our many encounters with the wonderful(and less wonderful) wildlife in this region. They all occurred here, at home, and... More > include interactions with our cats and goats plus snakes, goannas (giant monitor lizards), a peacock, the amazing birdlife, possums, wallabies, kangaroos, insects(of many types), dogs and leeches.< Less
Just Being George By Anna Trundle
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George the goanna is causing all sorts of trouble today, but it's not his fault - he's just being George! Discover a day in the life of George the goanna. Rescued from the Australian bushland as a... More > tiny lizard, George has grown up to be quite a handful! He's hungry, messy, muddy and clumsy - is George just too much of a goanna for his family to keep as a pet? A heartwarming story that helps children recognise the difficulties of keeping a wild animal as a household pet. Just Being George is a children's picture book for young readers with 30 pages of full-color illustrations and is author and illustrator Anna Trundle's first children's book. Click on the "Preview this book" link above to see the first few pages of Just Being George.< Less
Spirit Stealers By Kym Jade
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Australian fantasy adventure for the whole family to enjoy. Follow the plight of the native animals as introduced species invade their homeland and try to steal their spirits. Tag along with Mar, his... More > family and friends as they pursue and battle the kidnappers. Join them on their journey as they face fire, flood and tremendous conflict.< Less
Jack in The Royal National Park By Warren Blackadder
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In Book 2, the story of Jack and his mates continues as they spend the weekend hiking and camping in Sydney's Royal National Park where they have to deal with snakes, goannas, ticks, leaches,... More > bull-ants and thorny barriers.< Less
Peter Possum and the Dingy Creek Mystery By carol park
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An adventure story featuring Peter Possum and his native Australian animal mates, Brendan the bandicoot, Ernest the blue tongue lizard, Big Ned the evil goanna. These and other animals are involved... More > in rescuing Grandpa Possum from the evil goanna, Big Ned, and avoiding Ma Possum's watchful eyes. The Peter Possum books are for adults to read to children of any age between 7 and 10. While the animals' characters are based on humans, the stories capture the natural habitat and behaviours of these fascinating creatures of the Australian bush.< Less
Introductory XUL By John Richardson
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XUL stands for XML User Interface Language. It is an XML markup language that allows for GUI-based application creation using the Gecko and Goanna layout engines. In turn, these layout engines... More > provide several technologies used to build applications. Pale Moon and Waterfox are just two applications built using XUL and the Gecko/Goanna layout engine. XUL makes it easy to build your own stand-alone applications through the use of XPCOM, JavaScript, HTML and CSS. This book is intended to be a quick start-style resource to give you the basics of creating a XUL GUI along with how to make that GUI actually do something using JavaScript and XPCOM. This 7th Edition incorporates information on using Waterfox and Pale Moon as the basis for your own stand-alone applications. Expanded information on notification boxes, popups and panels is also included in his new edition.< Less
True Tomewin Tales By Colin Drake
Paperback: List Price: $10.00 $7.50 | You Save: 25%
Prints in 3-5 business days
A collection of true tales relating to our move to Tomewin, from Sydney, and our many encounters with the wonderful(and less wonderful) wildlife in this region. They all occurred here, at home, and... More > include interactions with our cats and goats plus snakes, goannas (giant monitor lizards), a peacock, the amazing birdlife, possums, wallabies, kangaroos, insects(of many types), dogs and leeches.< Less
Original Australian Outback Jokes By Al Benge
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A collection of humorous cartoons, stories and poems from the Australian outback. Featuring kangaroos, koalas, galahs, goannas, and lost desert explorers looking for billabongs. See great moments in... More > Australian history as never seen before. Whimsical limericks, humorous gags from beyond the black stump. Knock Knock jokes, plus extracts from the Flying Doctors casebook. Learn the art of swatting Aussie blowflies, and look at some of the more unusual inventions to come out of the great Australian outback. Written and illustrated by Queensland cartoonist Al Benge, this original and unusual ebook is for all who aspire to travel to Australia and visit the isolated areas of the inland.< Less