Technogaze Joy FM Radio. July. 2013.
Computerbank installs Ubuntu on recycled PCs. November. 2009.
This article appeared in The Age Greenguide, 18th October, 2007.
Archived by Www.Recycles.Org. This article appeared in the Australian IT on August 7th, 2005.
, an article about recycling computers. The Age. July 14. 2005.
, an interview by Geoff Tregenza of Computerbank Hunter and Computerbank NSW. Saturday 14 February 2004.
: Kylie was nominated for an AUUG open source award for "outstanding contribution in making Linux widely available through the Computerbank Project". October 29, 2004.
The Age section in the Technology Resources Section.
A Demonstration Low Cost Public Access Network by Computerbank Victoria (2004). This is a PDF file.
by By Nick Galvin, November 13, 2004.
from NABUUR.com on December 14, 2004.
by Sam Varghese in the SMH on 6th August, 2003. Cached through Google.
, on Brainbox. Thursday, 7th August 2003.
. Published November 6th, 2003.
The Age/SMH - Bring out your dead: By Graeme Philipson. March 19 2002 in the Next section cached through . The article provides a table of recycling organisations in most states of Australia. It gets the Computerbank listings wrong some of the time.
Catalyst ABC - appeared on Thursday, 25th April 2002.
- 26th May, 2002. Old PCs can give schools new life Computer Bank Australia.
Tech Soup. . February 25th 2002.
We have appeared in the Melbourne Times twice in 2002. Copies of the Melbourne Times Press are available in the office.
on the today show in May 2001.
, by Jennifer Foreshew. May 22, 2001.
. A Computerbank Australia case study about our partnership with BP Australia - Look under C to find Computerbank - the title of the casestudy is "Computers for everyone"
South Australia - in a newsletter - Article is called: It was published in the November 2001 newsletter of CISA.
, by Linda Harrison Posted: 24/08/2001 at 12:13 GMT on the Register at a response to the PC's for Kids vs Microsoft media.
The Age/SMH -The People's Revolution: By Eric Wilson. October 6 1998. Full article is captured in a mailing list