Darren Baguley

A talented writer who loves country life and looking after his cows

I grew up in a country town in Tasmania, Australia and after finishing high school in 1986 I started as a cadet on the local paper, the Burnie Advocate. After finishing my cadetship, I moved to Sydney, Australia, and spent some time out of journalism; mostly in the IT & T industries in a variety of technical and sales roles. In 2001 I went back into journalism working for an IT publisher. In 2002 I began freelancing and over the years have written for dozens of technology and business publications as well as a couple of inflight magazines. I also produced one issue as managing editor of the Green Pages Business Directory. I now live on the Central Tablelands of NSW, Australia in an off-grid house on a 120-acre farm. We grow hazelnuts commercially and live as sustainably and self-sufficiently as possible with our own cows, sheep, alpacas, ducks and chickens as well as a big vegetable garden.
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Print automation: A look at what’s emerging in the printing world today
canon.com.auArticle
Print automation: A look at what’s emerging in the printing world today
January, 18 2017
Why e-waste could be your IT team’s next big issue
canon.com.auArticle
Why e-waste could be your IT team’s next big issue
January, 18 2017
Taxed beyond all reason
channelweb.co.ukArticle
Taxed beyond all reason
August, 6 2013
What will open government data mean for innovation and productivity?
thinkfwd.com.auArticle
What will open government data mean for innovation and productivity?
Disruptive DNA: An astrophysicist curing cancer
yourworld.anz.comArticle
Disruptive DNA: An astrophysicist curing cancer
October, 8 2016
The return of citizen science
cosmosmagazine.comArticle
The return of citizen science
December, 9 2013
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