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The lads from The Chaser are back with their new show, The Checkout. It’s set to start airing next week on the ABC, but the boys couldn’t resist putting their first Apple-related teaser out there this week. Here’s a bit of truth in advertising from The Checkout.
The last time tech entrepreneur and serial big-noter Ruslan Kogan appeared on the ABC’s Q&A program, he had a few controversial things to say about things like the Carbon Tax and Julia Gillard’s leadership as Prime Minister. Fans of controversial chat everywhere then will be pleased to know that Ruslan will re-join the Q&A tonight.
The last time tech entrepreneur and serial big-noter Ruslan Kogan appeared on the ABC’s Q&A program, he had a few controversial things to say about things like the Carbon Tax and Julia Gillard’s leadership as Prime Minister. Fans of controversial chat everywhere then will be pleased to know that Ruslan will re-join the Q&A panel this coming Monday night.
Mention “Ultimo” and “video games” together and your first thoughts go immediately to Team Bondi, the now-defunct developer behind 2011′s LA Noire. But that’s the past. In the present, we’re associating them with the ABC and the game designer role it’s looking to fill. The ABC? Making games? Interesting indeed.
In 2012 we saw the ABC redefine the very meaning of the phrase “fast track” when it came to content, by bringing the new season of Doctor Who from the BBC in the UK to our shores within the space of an hour. Despite incredible feats like this, Foxtel — Australia’s premier pay TV network — still doesn’t seem to get it, forcing Aussies to wait seven days before being able to see the latest season of Top Gear UK.