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TECHGEEK Year In Review 2008 : December

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The year that was known as 2008 can’t be called an easy one. From Barack Obama winning the election to an entire year of worry on our economic stability, or the fact that Australia might be acting like China to implement a filter that we didn’t want; TECHGEEK.com.au recollects on the year that was, in a series of posts from the entire year that were in our archives since 2008. […]

TECHGEEK Year In Review 2008 : November

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The year that was known as 2008 can’t be called an easy one. From Barack Obama winning the election to an entire year of worry on our economic stability, or the fact that Australia might be acting like China to implement a filter that we didn’t want; TECHGEEK.com.au recollects on the year that was, in a series of posts from the entire year that were in our archives since 2008. […]

TECHGEEK Year In Review 2008 : September & October

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The year that was known as 2008 can’t be called an easy one. From Barack Obama winning the election to an entire year of worry on our economic stability, or the fact that Australia might be acting like China to implement a filter that we didn’t want; TECHGEEK.com.au recollects on the year that was, in a series of posts from the entire year that were in our archives since 2008. […]

TECHGEEK Year In Review 2008 : July & August

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The year that was known as 2008 can’t be called an easy one. From Barack Obama winning the election to an entire year of worry on our economic stability, or the fact that Australia might be acting like China to implement a filter that we didn’t want; TECHGEEK.com.au recollects on the year that was, in a series of posts from the entire year that were in our archives since 2008. […]

TECHGEEK Year In Review 2008 : May & June

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The year that was known as 2008 can’t be called an easy one. From Barack Obama winning the election to an entire year of worry on our economic stability, or the fact that Australia might be acting like China to implement a filter that we didn’t want; TECHGEEK.com.au recollects on the year that was, in a series of posts from the entire year that were in our archives since 2008. […]

TECHGEEK Year In Review 2008 : March & April

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The year that was known as 2008 can’t be called an easy one. From Barack Obama winning the election to an entire year of worry on our economic stability, or the fact that Australia might be acting like China to implement a filter that we didn’t want; TECHGEEK.com.au recollects on the year that was, in a series of posts from the entire year that were in our archives since 2008. […]

TECHGEEK Year In Review 2008 : January & February

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The year that was known as 2008 can’t be called an easy one. From Barack Obama winning the election to an entire year of worry on our economic stability, or the fact that Australia might be acting like China to implement a filter that we didn’t want; TECHGEEK.com.au recollects on the year that was, in a series of posts from the entire year that were in our archives since 2008. […]

TECHGEEK.com.au Top 10 Posts for 2008

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2008 saw us have a full year of coverage on TECHGEEK.com.au, and while we saw several countries fall into recession, several companies collapsed or saw job cuts, or even have Barack Obama winning the 2008 Election; TECHGEEK.com.au is pleased to have called 2008 the year where we finally did something that we accomplished – surviving. And thanks to your visits (according to Google Analytics), we can now count down the […]

TECHGEEK.com.au – Year in Review 2008

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What can we say about 2008? Well, the economic crisis certainly took its toll on the economy and tech companies – with job cuts from all sectors. What about Barack Obama is the next President of the United States, or the Beijing 2008 Olympics, or the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland. Did the Cricket impress you? Or was it that hit show from Channel Nine called Underbelly that took your […]

TECHGEEK 08 – Vote for the Funniest and Weirdest Stories of the year!

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It’s that time of the year again, and why not have your say on what were your favourite on the funniest, the weirdest, the best, the worst and your favourite local news stories of 2008. We scoured through our archives (our amazing 1,000+ posts) to pick which one to fill up our categories. Voting will go for four weeks, and we will reveal the answers, along with our favourite and […]