January 2015

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Visions of 2020 Competition Leather Bound Tracey Ulrich takes us inside Queensland Premier Campbell Newman’s cabinet in an exclusive look at the three years that destroyed the Queensland arts and culture scene. Ulrich’s pain is clear and her regret at not being able to do something while working for the State Government is palpable. Microchip for a Mind Hally is the first fully independent and individual robot. Behind her metal and silicon exterior, nestled somewhere inside a mess of wires and chips is an intelligent and questioning mind. Her debut essay tries to answer the questions that would keep her awake at night if only she ever needed to sleep. Sandwich, Anyone? In the last decade, over four hundred cooking programs have been made. Fads like macaroons, deconstructed meals and …

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5: The Bible (Revised Progressivist Version) The RPV is thinner than previous versions but it’s still pretty thick so it’s nonetheless suitable as tinder or a dust-collecting paperweight. This modernized translation by Bishop Ferulci includes more vernacular and slang, a popular version by a popular man who’s advocated innumerable progressivist liberal reforms in and outside of the church. 4: Magical Cocktails of the Galaxy The Lunar City Times calls this “the most complete cocktail recipe collection in the galaxy” and, for once, we agree with them. With over 6000 cocktails—including one with Martian Gin sprinkled with fizzy dust from Farian 7—you’ll never have trouble getting as wrecked as an overloading hyper-drive. The holo-version comes with hi-res slow-mo demos in case you’re already too plastered to read. 3: When Two Or …

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