So, if the technology is not that new, why will people fork out for a new iPhone when perhaps they already have the latest-but-one incarnation thereof?
As well as the overpowering impact of the bodywork and upholstery smells of these old vehicles, there was the aural impact of their various horns.
Do a search on 'boys' education' and look at the astounding number of articles determined not to help boys to learn.
Julia Gillard received media coverage that was at best uncalled for and at its worst, offensive, sexist, and vulgar. Clinton received similar vitriol, upon which she reflected in a recent interview.
People are overlooking a big 'elephant in the room', which provides additional insight into why Hollywood tolerated the indefensible for so long.
The Amy Taeuber case is curious because it is sexual prejudice in its most raw form. It is a prime example why the second wave of the feminist movement rose in the early 1960s.
Urbanisation in under-developed countries has, in itself, improved the health and life expectancy of millions of people worldwide.
Newcomers are unlikely to join our national community and adopt our culture if we keep telling them that our country has very little of which to be proud.
In other words, quality of life is a matter of how people feel about their lives as well as the material conditions in which they live. Perceptions matter to our wellbeing.
One of the most hyped 'events' of American television, 'The Vietnam War', has started on the PBS network.
The Victorian Government is on the front foot putting together an innovative strategy to address one of the major failings of the existing emergency response protocols.
To make a properly informed choice about same-sex marriage (SSM), people need to be aware of the shortcomings.