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Video Games R18+ Ratings No Protection for Children
Last edited 13th October 2013

Video game Grand Auto Theft Auto V received an R18+ rating by the Australian Classification Board when it went on sale two weeks ago. But the classification is little more than a political panacea with children as young as 10 already hooked on the game which along with the series' usual bloody carnage and gratuitous violence and explicit sex also features cannibalism, murder and torture.


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The Prophet of Silicon Valley
Last edited 9th October 2013

One of the tech industry's most revered figures is a leading light in the transhumanist movement.

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About Time - Film Review
Last edited 7th October 2013

When awkward charmer Tim (Gleeson) turns 21 he inherits the ability to travel back in time within his own timeline, and uses it to fall in love with the girl of his dreams.


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Theme for 48th World Day of Social Communication
Last edited 1st October 2013

Here is the translation of the communique released by the Holy See explaining the theme chosen by Pope Francis for the 48th World Day of Social Communication which will be held next year.


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Twitter Launches Emergency Alerts
Last edited 25th September 2013

Twitter has launched a system for emergency alerts that can help spread critical information when other lines of communication are down.


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Vatican Tweet Book
Last edited 18th September 2013

Are you a Vatican junkie? Don’t have enough feeds streaming into your Tweetdeck or on Facebook?


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Pope Francis Continues Peace Appeals on Twitter
Last edited 10th September 2013

After a global day of prayer and fasting for peace in Syria and throughout the world, Pope Francis is continuing his calls for peace, hope and negotiations through messages on social media.


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Hollywood's new trend looks to be epics based on the bible
Last edited 23rd August 2013

One of the advantages of having the Bible as the source of your movie is that you don’t have to pay for the film rights – John the Baptist doesn’t have a literary agent playing one studio off against another. So as Hollywood worries that conventional blockbusters are failing, and with memories of how lucrative Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ was still strong, the Biblical epic is making an unexpected comeback.


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We Cannot Be Part-Time Christians, Pope Says on Twitter
Last edited 19th August 2013

Pope Francis told his millions of followers on Twitter today that it is impossible for Christians to have a partial or lackluster commitment to the faith.


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Strategic Evangelizing: New Facebook Insights Data and What You Can Do With It
Last edited 19th August 2013

When it comes to evangelizing we don’t ever speak about statistics or data. I’m not talking about assigning specific measurables and reducing evangelizing to a mere thing. It is far larger than that. I’m talking about using the data and statistics to make your efforts in regards to evangelizing far more effective.

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