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Public Address: The Good, The Bad And The 256k

PUBLIC ADDRESS 27/04/06 - The Good, The Bad And The 256k

This One's For You, Rolf | Apr 27, 2006 09:15
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Well, I'm back. But let's just pretend I'm not for a bit, while I cast my mind back and recount my final days in the dreaming spires. After finishing my paper (more or less, there's the small matter of a conclusion that needs writing), I encouraged a friend to do...,


The Good, the Bad and the 256k | Apr 26, 2006 18:29
Keith Ng: Everywhere. All the time. Usually late.

Now is a good time to upgrade your internet connection if you're not already suckling from the sweet bosom of a 3.5Mbs line. I'm not - and I'm pissed about it. I put in the order weeks ago, and Orcon tells me that "Telecom are only able to provision a...,


Everyone is Illegal: part 1 | Apr 26, 2006 11:53
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

A few examples of notes made so far on my copy of the Immigration Act Review discussion paper: "Unconvincing"; "removing accountability"; "no adequate argument for change"; "fairness??"; "Aaaargh!!!"; "oh this bit's quite good actually"; and ...,


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