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December 22nd, 2009
Probably the biggest highlight of a fast, hectic 2009 was November's X Media Labs in Sydney which illustrated just how the world is changing as a result of new media channels, faster internet and more powerful computers.
Probably the most exciting presenter was Professor JoAnn Kuchera-Morin from the University of California's Santa Monica Nanotechnology Allosphere. Her talk, a version of which is on the TED website, showed the possibilities in the new economy as arts, science and technology come together.
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