clickfind innovations video

April 24, 2008 at 3:51 am Leave a comment


The readers of our blog will get a sneak preview of our latest video before the official launch.

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Aussie ideas and innovations have changed the world, and continue to do so. Here’s a quick review of some Aussie innovations and the impact they have had.

You might not know that Australians invented ordinary things like the car radio, the dual flush toilet and the earliest combine harvester, as well as leading the way in other areas in science, medicine and technology.

The purpose of the video is to highlight how Australian innovation has changed people’s lives and to inspire people to keep the ideas coming.

Sorry if it’s a bit hard to read all the details of each innovation – I’ll be publishing a link to a webpage with more info soon.

This video has been created by Australian search engine clickfind (http://www.clickfind.com.au ) to promote Australian business and ideas. We hope you enjoy it!

CREDITS
Music by INXS. Song is Three Sisters from the Listen Like Thieves album.
Graphics and text by cazazz; video production by zeldafreak1234.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvvfWumyFbs

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