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Read This: $okemon GO, MS-DOS rewards, Morbotron and crocodile overlords

Things keep on happening. I can’t stop them, but while I try, here’s some news to tide you over, including our inevitable massive crocodile overlords.

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Read This: Firefox kills 404s, Apple Watch 2 and the making of Head Over Heels

Firefox redirects 404s in a smart way, Apple readies the Apple Watch 2 (allegedly), Iran cans Pok√©mon GO and a classic game’s genesis revealed.

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Read This: Clickbait, iKlein and writer rejection

Stories that caught my eye today from around the web, including how to deal with writing rejection and someone determined enough to really catch them all.

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Read this: Technology & refugees, Xbox One S torn apart and not-so-Mini Godzilla

Tech refugees, dodgy petrol, Xbox One S torn apart, Australia is moving and Godzilla ain’t what he used to be, amongst other stories.

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Play This: Batman (1986) Retro Remake

Da na na na na na na na, Da na na na na na na na BATMAN!

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Read This: Wookie Hacking, The Missing MacBook Pro and Silicon Beach.

How to make a Wookie cluck like a chicken, LG’s tricky Android wordplay and where Apple’s headed with its next MacBook Pro update… maybe.

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Read this: Census privacy, iOS 10 betas and turtles down

A smattering of stories for your perusal from around the wide web, including the latest iOS 10 betas, issues around Australian census privacy and the…

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Sharksplosion half-price July sale!

What’s better than a novel about exploding sharks? Not much, but a novel about exploding sharks at half price for the whole month of July?…

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Fat Duck Finalist!

I’m rather happy (and very surprised) to be a finalist in the 14th annual IT Journalism awards, more informally known as “The Lizzies”.

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Telstra: Unlimited plans unlikely

Many Australian telcos are switching to plans with unlimited call and text provisions. Telstra is by far the biggest player not to have largely switched to that model — so I asked them why.

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