When I began work at RMIT, my boss pointed to a black cable disappearing into the wall. "That's the Internet," she said. "You're the youngest. You like computers. Learn all about it, and tell us what it can do."
That was in 1990, just before the Web was invented. For me, exploring the Internet was like living in the science fiction books that I had loved as a kid.
When I'm not helping people to develop grant applications, I'm exploring how it is changing people's lives.