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  1. Amazon Dash is a first step towards an internet of things that is actually useful
  2. Internet of things devices meant to simplify our lives may end up ruling them instead
  3. We can avoid mass extinction, but time is running out
  4. Extending dividend benefits to foreign investors may address competition concerns
  5. Install smart meters to cut power costs, Macfarlane tells households
  6. Explainer: what is placenta?
  7. Ian North's Antarctic artworks evoke the beauty and terror of our era
  8. Students with autism need targeted attention – not a cage
  9. Experts caution Australia on unilateral 'Google tax'
  10. Payday lending trap requires a credit supply rethink
  11. Copyright trumps privacy in Dallas Buyers Club ruling
  12. Australian politics' Kodak moment spells trouble for the major parties
  13. We've scrubbed Dennis Nona's art from our galleries to our cost
  14. Safety before profits: why cosmetic surgery is ripe for regulation
  15. Stopping corporate tax avoidance in a house of smoke and mirrors
  16. Broader base, not a higher rate the answer for GST reform
  17. Group of Eight's change of tack smacks of self-interest
  18. Online harassment is a form of violence
  19. A new website shows how global warming could change your town
  20. Why the Paris climate talks won’t be another Copenhagen
  21. Australians should learn from Canadians' big census mistake
  22. Corporate tax cuts help big business and small firms pay the price
  23. Russell Crowe's Water Diviner tries to question history, but misses the mark
  24. First job for the next education minister: avoid a teacher strike over school budgets
  25. Explainer: how do minority governments survive?
  26. It is not clear who won in the Dallas Buyers Club LLC court case and was it moot?
  27. Government hid knowledge of Nauru assaults, open letter alleges
  28. How do we solve science's 'credibility problem'?
  29. From beer as preventative to modern-day bacteria, food safety is still on the agenda
  30. Government and business are their own worst enemies in the pursuit of reform
  31. Manifesto Check: Plaid Cymru's tax policies won't tackle Wales' productivity problem
  32. Despite progress on Iran, we still live in a dangerous nuclear world
  33. Wall Street has finally begun to downsize, but how did we ever let it get so big in the first place?
  34. Rwanda: how to deal with a million genocide suspects
  35. Don't think you have enough self-control? Try believing that you do
  36. Crisis in American education as teacher morale hits an all-time low
  37. An economy focused solely on growth is environmentally and socially unsustainable
  38. From the Great Plains, Native American masterpieces emerged
  39. Fluorescent proteins light up science by making the invisible visible
  40. When in Moscow: how to do business in Putin’s Russia
  41. Explainer: how much state funding do universities get?
  42. Why Brontosaurus is no longer a dirty word for dinosaur hunters
  43. Nigeria: economic priorities are clear – here is what Buhari needs to do
  44. Could Nick Clegg really lose his seat in the general election?
  45. Deception Island – the Antarctic volcano that just doesn't make any sense
  46. Why we must discuss sex, rape and porn in the classroom
  47. Ocean 'dead zones' are spreading – and that spells disaster for fish
  48. The return of the hand car wash and the UK's productivity puzzle
  49. What hope for a Conservative minority government? Ask me again tomorrow
  50. Explainer: what is the Community Pharmacy Agreement?


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