IT Consultant and Author
Director Ramin Communications Pty Ltd
Post: PO Box 341
Annandale NSW 2038 Australia
IT Governance (Policy and Procedures, Solutions, Evaluation, Cost Benefit & Risk Analysis), Websites, Service Delivery over the Internet, Linux, E-Book Formatting and Publishing
Research, Writing, Publishing and Distribution. Next book, in the series will be 1920s Annandale: A Short Walk - to be guided at the Annandale Heritage Festival, then published as a Short Walk Paperback and E-Book
Pop in Talk (12 September 2013): How I publish my Print on Demand Short Walk Books
Research on Douglas Grant...more
Techno-Authoring pitch at Entry 29 (19 July 2013)
Annandale's Great War - A Short Walk (Guided Walk and Paperback)
Eco-Annandale 2013 - The Carbon Cycle@Footprints ecoFestival 25 August 2013
In 2013, Survey of Online Heritage resources (presentation to Leichhardt Council Heritage Advisory Committee); and
Open Data - Pitch to APPS4NSW 13 March 2013: "What's here in NSW" - Augmented Reality.
Since 1998, Marghanita has established and continues to manage websites: Ramin Communications (1996-), New Theatre (1998-2008), Creekcare (2007-), Leenova Craft (2009-), Annandale on the Web (1998-) , Guide to LED Lighting & Annandale LED Pilots (Ecologically Sustainable Sydney )
Marghanita has curated two annual exhibitions: Eco-Annandale 2009-2012 and at the Annandale Heritage Festival
Marghanita has designed and guided historical and ecological walks, published the walks on Googlemaps and in Paperbacks and E-Books.
Marghanita is on Social Media & in the Cloud: @callicoma (Twitter) Linkedin | YouTube | flickr | github | Wikipedia | Lulu | Wikiversity (Wikis) and Wikiversity (Environment) | Google Books | Google Maps | Amazon and Google Advertising Associate
In 2002-6 Marghanita contributed to the drafting, publication and international adoption of Australian Standard for Corporate Governance of ICT (AS8015). Authored chapter on AS8015 in Frameworks for IT Management, first published in Netherlands, September 2006 and subsequently as a pocket guide, and translated into Japanese, German and Dutch and is available on Google Books.