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Love My Way

Frankie is a tempestuous ball of mad life: she colours in for a living at a large daily newspaper. She lives with Tom, a fallen star chef, now a cook at the local rehabilitation hospital. Just down the road in a much nicer house lives Charlie 35, architect, surfer, emotionally stunted and Lou's father. He's also Frank's ex and Tom's brother. Charlie's remarried to Julia, a woman with firm dreams about her life that are about to come true and scare the shit out of her. Love My Way is an exploration of big characters dealing with the deepest human emotions. Love, hate, truth, lies, jealousy and anger. It deals with the randomness of life and the bloody mindedness needed to carve out a place in the world. These people are family by blood and family by proxy – a web of relationships which are pulled and strained by the strongest desires and contradictions of the human heart.


Hak.5 is a popular 'home-grown' IPTV show about computers and technology. Shows typically last 45 mins and combine information, do-it-yourself projects and special guests, served up with wry humor and notable spoofs on technology. Hak.5 was an immediate success, scoring instant recognition and popularity that has catapulted them out of obscure “cult-like” status. Cast members have also appeared on other more well know and mainstream shows such as Call For Help.


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Maker Faire

The 2006 Maker Faire presents the do-it-yourself community with thousands of finished projects and inspired ideas. For their inaugural expo, Systm host, Dan Huard enlists the help of DigitalLife's Patrick Norton to scour the showroom floors and find the best projects. For this episode, Pat and Dan make music through their fingertips, ride a self-powered unicycle, push a car to 100 miles per gallon, and even get an exclusive interview with Phil Torrone, senior editor of Make Magazine.


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