4ZZZ launched its glorious tradition of counting down listeners' 100 favourite songs on New Year's Day 1977. More than 10 years later, 2JJJ in Sydney (which employed many ex-Zed staff) began conducting its own Hot 100. Because 4ZZZ held the rights to the name Hot 100, there was a little bit of legal biffo when TripleJ became a national broadcaster, so they changed the name of their survey to the "Hottest 100".
Website introduces Internet Explorer 7 tax
The site will charge a 6.8% tax on purchases for people using the browser - 0.1% for every month it has been around - on the premise it is making the internet a better place.
Chief executive Ruslan Kogan says his IT team have to put in extra effort to make sure the site appears correctly in Internet Explorer 7 format.
The tax pop-up suggests the user has been in a coma for the last five years and recommends several other browsers in place of the outdated Microsoft application.