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Brian Russell recorded some sessions at the Conference and is now putting them up on Blip.TV. Here is the first clip, the very beginning of the Conference on Saturday:
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I dared! Thanks - the usual fascinating informative material.

Glad to hear too that a few mad Australian scientists are still around.

By John Monfries (not verified) on 22 Apr 2008 #permalink