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Blog, Featured - Wednesday, June 18, 2014 11:59 - 209 Comments
When I founded Delimiter four and a half years ago, I did so because I loved Australia and was fascinated with technology. Because of this, I wanted to found a site that would cover the Australian technology sector exclusively — a site that would tell the stories of Australians, for an Australian audience. That’s the site I wanted to read, and so I created it myself.
I think it’s safe to say that the site achieved this aim. Almost 6,000 articles, 10.7 million page impressions (currently 120k unique browsers and 350k page impressions a month), 9,000 email newsletter subscribers and 114,000 reader comments later, Delimiter has become one of Australia’s largest and most significant technology media outlets. It has its own voice, its own community and its own very concrete influence.
I am frequently told by top-level executives, politicians, academics and other influential people involved in Australia’s technology sector that they consider the site a must-read, and Delimiter articles are regularly quoted in arenas as varied as company boardrooms and houses of Parliament, right around Australia.
The site’s success is a testament to what can be achieved when a writer picks one topic and focuses consistently on that topic for years. Continue…
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- Jason Clare a ‘coward’, claims Turnbull
- Labor “surprised” by ABC’s NBN coverage
- Could Turnbull truly become the “Earl” of Wentworth?
- Vic Govt opens IT offshoring door
- Clare tables NBN petition in Parliament
- No plans for specific ASD intelligence inquiry, says Inspector-General
- Shorten won’t release Lazard NBN report
- ‘I’ll show you mine if you’ll show me yours’: Turnbull to open Blue Book if Labor opens NBN docs
- Political brawl erupts over NBN sub-committee
- Ludlam reveals catch-all “fair use” copyright bill
- Team Conroy clocks off … Dalek and all
- NEC keeps parliamentary IT services work
- Apple blames rights holders for Aussie price hikes
- Apple’s longest statement about Australia ever
- Apple’s Australian tax is mainly on iTunes
- Parliament runs out of money for Win7 rollout
- Please explain prices:
Parliament subpoenas Apple, Microsoft, Adobe
- “Cloak of invisibility”: Husic on tiny Apple tax bill
- Parliament trials Windows 8 tablets
- NSW wants to ban smartphone, tablets, from courts
- Seittenranta to be permanent DPS CIO
- #NatSecInquiry may not land before election
- Labor, Coalition block data retention transparency
- ‘Balance’, ‘open’: Roxon defends data retention plans
- IPA damns “extraordinary” data retention policy
- NBN: Misleading parliament should be a crime
- Analysis: Liberal MP Fletcher cherrypicks NBN facts
- IT price hike inquiry: Apple gets private hearing
- Govt blocks surveillance inquiry extension
- Angry consumers flood IT price hike inquiry
- “Heroic”: Turnbull savages ACCC Optus sign-off
- FTTN a huge “mistake”, says ex-BT CTO
- IT’S ON: Govt sets up IT price hike inquiry
- Husic asks Conroy for IT pricing inquiry
- R18+ game legislation hits Federal Parliament
- Filter blocks Senators’ access to over 35m sites
- Everything about the NBN is bad, says Turnbull
- FTTN would be “a litigator’s picnic”, says Optus
- iPhone, BlackBerry, Android: A parliamentary headache
- MSDN markup: 83 percent slug for Aussies
- Coalition attacks “discount” NBN ISPs Exetel, Dodo
- Markups a wider issue for Aussie industry: Adobe
- Labor MP wants ACCC enquiry into Aussie tech tax
- Has the Coalition concluded its Quigley witch-hunt?
- Apple ready to talk Australian prices
- Federal Parliament warms to the iPad
- NBN should be “above politics”, says Huawei
- Labor MP decries Apple’s Australia tax
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- Picking apart the Coalition’s NBN misinformation
- Xenophon demands uniform NBN pricing
- Telco reform bill passes Senate
- Senate contempt order: Could Conroy face gaol?
- Turnbull rails against parliamentary NBN blockage
- OzLog unveiled: Senate lays data retention bare
- Oh dear: Mark Newton’s epic government rant
- Parliament wants mandatory anti-virus, firewalls on every PC
- Should Victoria pay for injured man’s Wii?
- Fiery Senate delays Telstra break-up bill
- Conroy releases draft NBN Co legislation
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