Thursday, January 19, 2006


John Grech's most excellent interactive photo project is worth an hour of your life (there is a lot to read and listen to). You get a really good idea of what Australia might have been like in the 1960s. And maybe this is relevant given the vigilante stuff going on in the UK now (Bradley claimed he was innocent). Highlights include lots of great pics and text about New South Wales politics; a cameo role for my place of birth - Ferntree Gully - that unfortunately shows tragic consequences of slot machine gambling; and a wonderful chance to hear Paul Robeson singing to the Sydney Opera House workers in 1960 - worth it just for that. There is much else besides - go there: Sharkfeed

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