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A mystery, a memoir, a journey into the outback, a sinister and haunting tale, an unsolved disappearance, uncontrollable desires, the horrors of war, laughter, heartbreak and a dark secret - you will find them all in the eight books which Australians have decided will be the National Year of Reading 2012 collection. Thanks to the thousands of Australians who voted on the ABC website or in their local library for the book to represent their state or territory during the National Year of Reading 2012. National Year of Reading 2012
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25 ways IT will morph in the next 25 years Network World - Imagine a world where the computers, networks and storage systems are all tens of thousands of times faster than they are today -- and then think about the sci-fi type of applications that will be possible. Read Network World's 25th anniversary package That's what you can expect to see 25 years from now.
The stage is set for a simpler search for users, but choosing a product is much more complex. The Next Generation of Discovery