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Public Address 10/11/06 - More Than A Little Odd

PUBLIC ADDRESS 10/11/06 - More than a little odd

More than a little odd | Nov 10, 2006 06:17
Russell Brown's Hard News

On Tuesday, Simon McCallum of Otago University's computer science department issued a press release critical of what he regarded as the unfair and anti-competitive "traffic management" Telecom Xtra was imposing on its new 'Go Large' broadband accounts...
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One word | Nov 09, 2006 19:20
David Slack on his own account

How in God's name do you come up with a discouraging revelation to top the one the Government had to offer us this week? Well of course it's impossible. Impossible, that is, unless you draft in the wit of The Onion's Scott Dikkers (otherwise known as Dr...
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A Question of Sport | Nov 10
Public Address System Café and Forum

Where are we at with the All Blacks? A decent enough win over England – and then it's all change again for the French test. Should we be seeing a first XV by now, or is still about depth? Should we start fretting already about how really bad it might be if we contrive to yet again not win the Rugby World Cup? Do we have a centre yet? And which would be the most calamitous injury? McCaw? Carter? Or Hayman? Discuss …
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