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Public Address 10 March 2014 - The Web

Public Address 10 March 2014 - The Web

The Web
10:30 Mar 10, 2014 in Hard News by Russell Brown
As you may have read in the news, the World Wide Web turns a quarter of a century on Wednesday. That doesn’t, however, mean that on March 12, 1989, it actually existed as anything more than a concept. But that’s…

10:35 Mar 7, 2014 in Up Front by Isabel Hitchings
Long-time PAS commenter Isabel is a resident of the area of Christchurch worst hit by the flooding. I’ve asked her to share her experiences, and explain what’s happened in the area. We bought our house in 2005, a charming, if…


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