The former Ann McGrath had bent the conventions of the day by putting education and career ahead of marriage and motherhood until she was in her 30s. The daughter of a Ballarat-born printer - and union leader - and a cousin of Seamen's Union leader Bert Nolan, she did not study law at Melbourne University in the 1950s as her barrister brother George would; instead, she took a teaching scholarship to do arts and an education diploma, the first of many academic milestones, including a doctorate. Law would come later: she won the Supreme Court prize in 1985, when her boys were doing first year at the same university, Monash.
Taking a different tact, this service has you select a subdomain. I created http:// and it of course works. However what if someone else wants to use that? They cant. As time goes by and more users begin to use the service you will have to guess and guess and guess what to use. It would be nicer if the service suggested something for you and gave you the option to type something in. It does automatically create a password so you can get stats. A nice feature if I do say so (better then having to create a login)