Ingeborg van Teeseling

Ernest Fisk: The Man Who Gave Us Wireless Messaging

Ernest Fisk may have been the man that sent the first wireless message from England to Australia, but he was also a shameless self-promoter and wanted to open communication with the dead.   Ernest Fisk was a great engineer and an even better self-promoter. So, the 22nd of September, 1918, was probably the best day of his life. It was a Sunday, and in ... Read the full article
Ingeborg van Teeseling

After migrating to Australia from Holland ten years ago and being warned by the Immigration Department against doing her job as a journalist, Ingeborg van Teeseling became a historian instead. She is writing a book and runs Lifebooks, telling people's life stories.

Forced Organ Harvesting in China Is Six Times What the Government Claims

After a yearlong investigation, a panel has found that instances of forcible organ transplants are far higher than what the Chinese government has previously stated.

The Brutal Calculator Wars of the ’70s Gave Us the iPhone

Back in the years of bell-bottoms and roller disco, great titans fought with calculators. Four decades on, we have the iPhone. Who says war has no benefit?