No surprise here. All the minor parties are doing the same thing.
Some parties are. Not all of them. The Pirate Party in particular opted out of those deals, and allocated preferences according to a vote of the membership. The party has also published its preferencing process online, which you can read at http://pirateparty.org.au/2013/08/18/preferencing-statement-for-federal-election-2013/
What does this have to do with Assange directly?He is only one of 7 wikileaks candidtates, and he is running in Queensland.
Incorrect. Assange is running in Victoria. The Wikileaks Party isn't fielding any candidates in Queensland whatsoever.
been handed more flash sticks than I care to count (even had some given to me by the forestry dept, still haven't figured out how flash sticks and forestry connect)
A paperless office means more conservation of trees?
The key elements in human thinking are not numbers but labels of fuzzy sets. -- L. Zadeh