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As posted to the ELSIC list of the Australian Computer Society [Mar. 3rd, 2008|11:15 am]
Bob Bain
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http://www.australia2020.gov.au/submissions/index.cfm

Submissions

Contributing a submission to the Australia 2020 Summit is a way for all Australians to be involved in bringing the best ideas forward to address Australia’s long term challenges.

All submissions will be made publicly available on this website and will be presented to the Australia 2020 Summit participants to stimulate discussion and ideas about addressing our future challenges.

Individuals, schools, groups, and organisations are invited to make submissions.

You can contribute a submission online, by downloading a form and mailing it, or by contacting the toll free number to have a form mailed out to you.

Submissions must be received no later than 5:00pm Wednesday 9 April 2008.

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Summit topics

http://www.australia2020.gov.au/topics/index.cfm

Australian Economy
Infrastructure (includes the digital economy)
Sustainability and Climate Change
Rural Australia
Health
Communities and Families
Indigenous Australia
Creative Australia
Governance
Australia's future in the world

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There is no indication that this has been received or posted to the ELSIC mailing list. Hopefully the Australian Computer Society will have some representation at the 2020 summit (an initiative of the Australian Government). The Australian Computer Society has a YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/acsno. There are a total of 15 videos posted to the ACS YouTube channel. The ALP has a YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/australianlabor and has been viewed 159.346 times and has 1,189 subscribers. I subscribed to the Australian Computer Society channel to keep abreast of the work the ACS is doing but my subscription was seemingly deleted by the administrator.
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