Posted 24.06.2010 @ 11.22PM
yes - I have got a projector which is plugged into a Mac Mini with a DVI to HDMI cable (they have them on Shopping Square here http://www.shoppingsquare.com.au/p_4086_DVI_TO_HDMI_CABLE_18_METRES ) for only $12 and about 10 bucks postage - they are about $60 in the shops. You could plug the DVI cable into the back of most Macs or PCs though so this is quite a versatile system. Let us know how you go
Posted 24.06.2010 @ 11.19PM
I think the easiest way to make it fast is to use something like Wordpress with a theme in teh first place. I don't think where it's hosted matters much
Posted 24.06.2010 @ 11.18PM
I am Scottish and have only lived in Oz for 18 months. Rudd was quite new when I got here. How often do you guys change PM? We usually have them for at least a decade in the Uk (except for Brown but he wasn't the best Scottish representative we've ever had)
Posted 24.06.2010 @ 11.16PM
Have you tried Google Docs? I have done a few spreadsheets on there and it worked quite nicely. If the client has their own Google login you can make the spreadsheet then give them full access. Then they can work on it via a browser and download it as a PDF when they need that. Sorry if this isn't much help but it's the best I can do!
Posted 25.06.2010 @ 7.36AM
@almond-design - That doesn't even make sense.
Posted 25.06.2010 @ 12.32AM
@almond-design the PM before Kevin Rudd, John Howard, held the office for 11 years, so the top job doesn't really change all that often.
As to Rudd's departure. Personally I thought he was ok, and with the bad came a lot of good. He had his flaws like anyone else, and the party was going a rough patch, but I really don't understand the ALP dumping a sitting PM so abruptly. Howard was on the ropes a couple of times during his tenure, yet came back to win three elections.
What's happened has happened though. I think Gillard will make a good PM. I also thought she did well at her first question time as PM despite the fact the opposition was going for her throat.
It will be interesting to hear to what advisers and insiders say about what was happening behind the scenes during the leadership change over the coming weeks and months.