Wildlife rescue and care
Terri Rickert Eather is one of the heroes who saves sick and injured Aussie wildlife. She is passionate and knowledgeable about our unique fauna and we can be mighty grateful for folks like her. The link above goes to her blog.
Marie Claire described Adrienne Ferreira’s novel Watercolours as a ‘lusciously colourful debut mystery from a new Australian author’. Bookseller & Publisher described it as an ‘an excitingly good book’.
Christine Harris is an author of (mainly) teenage fiction. I met Christine while on an authors’ tour in Queensland and we’ve been good buddies ever since.
Frances Watts is the multiple-award-winning author of some cool children’s books. In 2012 her book Goodnight, Mice! won the prestigious Prime Minister’s Literary Award. Woohoo!!
Michael James Rowland’s Cowboy Books
Ruminations for the inner cowboy. Michael James Rowland seems to be equal parts film maker, illustrator, author and philosopher. Michael’s feature film, Lucky Miles received excellent reviews and a bunch of awards, including the audience award at the Sydney Film Festival
Suburban rock legend, screenwriter and novelist Dave Warner fills you in on his own brand of wisdom
Tinkerbell the Tax Fairy
Sydney-based Tink is a tax concierge. Which means she’s brilliant at things like Business Activity Statements, bookkeeping and helping us mere mortals prepare for their accountant. She turns boxes of receipts and files into accountant-ready spreadsheets but without charging the top accountants’ rates.
Mike not only draws cartoons but he also takes photos of wildlife. What’s not to admire about a combination like that?
Award-winning cartoonist, author, illustrator and good buddy Kerry has a website full of cool stuff
Phil is great mate and a great cartoonist too. His website has an archive of his cartoons.
The home of Australian artists Vicki White and Eric Löbbecke
The Random Scale Machine
Duncan Hughes is a talented musician and also a self-taught website hand-coder. He wrote his Ajax-driven site to deliver random scales and arpeggios to musicians practicing their craft
Mark Lang is a buddy who happens to take some of the best photos of Australia I’ve seen, in print or in galleries. His specialty is, and always has been, large-format panoramic images
benefits and responsibilities
Here’s are the new rules affecting the owners (registrants) of global top-level domains.