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Public Address 24/1/8 - 08 Internet NZ: Where Now?

PUBLIC ADDRESS 24/01/08 - 08 Internet NZ: Where now?

Why You Shouldn't Invest in Perpetual Motion Machines
David Haywood from Christchurch

In my former life as a university lecturer (of the most temporary and unimportant variety), I often had mad inventors arrive at my office door-step. On one such occasion, a Canadian flew all the way from Vancouver to ask me a question about Stirling engines. It was a trivial problem,...
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08 Internet NZ: Where now?
Posted at 2:42PM on 23 Jan 08

Where is the New Zealand internet heading this year? Your hopes? Your fears? Will the blogosphere be a town square or a bearpit? Or will the media corporates take it over? Will you read Public Address more or less? Will your broadband get any better, really? And does "the New Zealand internet" matter anyway?
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