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Public Address 28/04/06 - Backup!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 28/04/06 - Backup!

Cowboys are gay (plus NGA and Telescum) | Apr 28, 2006 00:54
Keith Ng: Everywhere. All the time. Usually late.

Shane Thompson says he asked Telescum to upgrade his Xtra connection on Sunday, and it was done before the sun set on Monday. Meanwhile, the upgrade for my connection with Orcon is still sitting in the goddamn queue, nearly three weeks after the original request...,


Les, I forget. | Apr 27, 2006 21:14
Che Tibby's view of Melbourne

The main difference between Melbourne and Wellington at this time of year seems to be flowers. While Wellington is a world greener, Melbourne is still covered in a variety of summer flowers. Which is very nice, and particularly pleasant...,


Daily routine: do backup, iron underpants | Apr 27, 2006 18:03
David Slack on his own account

April 3. Book deadline looms, writer finds quiet refuge in inner city apartment. Harbour views. Gym two blocks away. Ferry within six minutes walk. Very fine sushi bar on far side of Hobson Street. No deadline worries now...,


World Stage | Apr 27, 2006 10:25
Fiona Rae from the couch

So it's good to be back in the bosom of my whanau, as we say around these parts, although the ground still seems to be shifting underneath my feet. Jet lag is a bitch. But what am I complaining about? I was on the press junket to end them all...,


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