Posted 3 months ago

How many cyclists have to die before attitudes change?

The average motorist, stuck in traffic, is transformed into a one-driver anti-cyclist hate machine. After the death of another cyclist in Sydney, surely it’s time to take a more rational approach.

Posted 3 months ago

The high-tech battle for cyclists to stay visible on the roads

Trying not to get squashed by being more visible and making drivers aware that they will be responsible.

Posted 4 months ago

The Rules

The Velominati have an amusing set of cycling rules, but kolo has some nicer ones.

Velominati : The Rules

Kolo : The Rules

Posted 4 months ago

Australia’s war on science

Idiot leaders abound.

Posted 4 months ago

Cyclists accuse police of going soft on dangerous drivers

Disgusting.

Also “Are cyclists fair game?

Posted 6 months ago

Oxford’s Free Course Critical Reasoning For Beginners Will Teach You to Think Like a Philosopher

Posted 6 months ago

Global cancer surge fuelled by alcohol, smoking and obesity predicted by WHO

World Health Organisation experts issue timebomb warning and say key is prevention, possibly including tax on sugared drinks.

Posted 6 months ago

Pediatrician: Vaccinate Your Kids—Or Get Out of My Office

Sounds reasonable

Posted 6 months ago

Let it go.

Just let it go.

Posted 7 months ago

Bitcoin bringing real rewards to Australian businesses

The real-world use of virtual currency is catching on with Australian businesses, despite criticism the system is too unreliable.

Posted 7 months ago
Posted 7 months ago

Abbott's wrecking of Australia

Tony Abbott has been in power since 7 September 2013; from that moment, he and his government have broken promises and caused chaos, hurting Australians and damaging our economy and international reputation

Posted 7 months ago

Why You Think You’re Great at Everything, Even When You Suck

If you’re not sure then you’re not good.

Posted 8 months ago

NSA considered spying on Australians 'unilaterally', leaked paper reveals

Time to get a little grumpy at our alleged ally.

Posted 9 months ago

Bicycles belong on the road, registration free

When answering this question, it is useful to look at countries and cities that have provided excellent bicycle facilities and assess whether they have imposed registration fees on cycling. The countries that have the highest rates of bicycle friendliness, most notably the Netherlands and Denmark, do not charge any registration fee for cycling.