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Public Address 15/02/06 - Telco Fury

PUBLIC ADDRESS 15/02/06 - Telco Fury

Born to Text | Feb 15, 2006 10:36
Russell Brown's Hard News

Our 11 year-old is back in school, after several months' complete estrangement from the system, and - fingers crossed - it seems to be going pretty well. Part of the arrangement was that he'd get a mobile phone, and after a frustrating hour of trudging around yesterday (is Noel Leeming...,


Send A Gorilla | Feb 15, 2006 09:53
David Slack on his own account

Elsewhere in the western world, the Marlboro Man has lately been getting his back broken. But not here. Here, testosterone is back. You can just feel it in the air. We take our lead from our leaders, and for the longest time, the word has been: emasculation...,


Die Dirty Telcos, Die Die Die | Feb 14, 2006 12:00
Keith Ng off the election trail

I dream of the day when we can raze Telecom to the ground. The flurry of posts last week came because I had just managed to get internet connected. It took just under three weeks...,


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