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Public Address 02/06/05 - Perverse

PUBLIC ADDRESS 02/06/05 - Perverse

Perverse Routing Decisions | Jun 02, 2005 09:26
Russell Brown's Hard News

A few people have asked for a copy of my recent Mediawatch comment on the Internet peering controversy. Given that the old Mediawatch site is frozen pending a transfer to a new home on the revamped Radio New Zealand site, I thought it would be useful to post the text...
http://publicaddress.net/default,2213.sm

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Respectful Mentions | Jun 02, 2005 08:01
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

Something has to be said for live music. And that something is 'not all of it is crap'. Went out with a housemate this past Sunday to a local bar and took in a little alternative country under advice from someone I shouldn't have listened to...
http://publicaddress.net/default,2212.sm

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