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Twisted NZ

Twisted exists to:
# Provide an environment to discuss all aspects of dance music culture, while remaining free from the politics which have plagued similar sites in the past.
# To provide timely, objective, and accurate news and information.
# To promote all events and dj's equally, without bias.
# To be without ego.

Twisted is not just about the music, or the DJ's, or the events.
Its about the culture, and everything that goes with it.

The Big Idea - New Zealand creative industries community site

an online community of New Zealand's creative industries.


BlogWalk is a series of face-to-face meetings aimed to bring together weblog researchers and practitioners for in-depth conversations about their work, possible trends, and visions. The format we strive for is an intellectual Salon where minds can meet and inspire each other in direct conversation.

The intention is to complement BlogTalk with smaller scale opportunities to meet and to talk.

Shaman Australis

Native & Exotic Ethnobotanical Seeds, Plants, Herbs & more

Second Life

Second Life main site.

Second Life is a 3-D virtual world entirely built and owned by its residents. Since opening to the public in 2003, it has grown explosively and today is inhabited by nearly 100,000 people from around the globe.

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The NetBehaviour mailing list is now back with renewed vigour! WE INVITE YOU TO SUBSCRIBE by visiting After the recent enforced break (due to trubble at the Furtherfield server (now fixed)) we have moved over to Mailman.

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Igloo Magazine

Igloo Magazine is an (online) abstract electronic music magazine publishing articles about current, classic and upcoming music from around the globe. Our mission is to consistently create an information resource about electronic music featuring several articles in our Newswire, Reviews, Profiles, Features and Top-10 categories. launches

WHAT'S STICKY? is a place to stick your stuff or get stuck into the works of other creative types. At Sticky you will be able to enjoy music, short films, animation, radio shows, digital stories, photography, writing, and heaps of other creative stuff from young Queenslanders. Better yet, you can put your own creative work online - and collaborate with other people to make or remix new stuff. Look out for the launch in late May 2005. To find out more, just log onto

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