The exceedingly influential Mr Stephen Fry

, posted: 21-May-2012 14:21

I am already bowled over by how a few lines of tweeting by Stephen Fry shakes things up particularly in New Zealand. Somehow, Fry's utterances carry a tremendous amount of weight down here. Nevertheless, I didn't expect to see his tweets being referr (read the entire post)...



Getting some traffic from the Department of Homeland Security

, posted: 19-Mar-2012 21:43

Well, I don't know if this blog will be visited by US government spiders, but according to Animal New York, the below search terms are used by the DHS to monitor "social media". Ho-humm. Let's see what happens. DHS Media Monitoring Terms 2.13 Key (read the entire post)...



Blogged about data caps for TUANZ

, posted: 29-Feb-2012 14:43

I did indeed do that, so please have a read. (read the entire post)...



Google Docs a phishing site

, posted: 7-Feb-2012 21:29

Oh the irony; Chrome warns that Google Docs has been reported as a phishing site.. (read the entire post)...



This is how ridiculous the whole Intellectual Property Rights situation is

, posted: 10-Jan-2012 16:29

Watching the Microsoft Consumer Electronics Show 2012 presentation. Well, I'm trying to at least, because.. I'm sorry, but that's just stupid. (read the entire post)...



What SOPA means for business and innovation

, posted: 10-Dec-2011 12:35

Unfortunately, it looks like the Stop Online Piracy Act or SOPA will pass and become law. As Cory Doctorow writes at Boing Boing, SOPA is "a censorship law that gives America the power to censor and shutter any website in the world." SOPA will proba (read the entire post)...



Fritz!Box in the house

, posted: 13-Aug-2011 13:32

I've heard a great deal about AVM's products and was very pleased when the good people at Snap Internet sent over a Fritz!Box WLAN 7340 router.This was to go with my VDSL2 connection which has been fed into a Thomson Technicolor TG789vn router that I (read the entire post)...



Things people do ...

, posted: 17-Jun-2011 15:56

I get a lot of email, and don't normally notice things like formatting or even images. Once in a while something sticks out like a sore thumb though, which is what happened today in an HTML email from Microsoft's PR people.

The MS logo was (read the entire post)...



World IPv6 Day and New Zealand

, posted: 8-Jun-2011 09:04

It's World IPv6 Day, something everyone interested in things Internet should pay attention to as the move to the new addressing protocol has become urgent this year. Here's what the New Zealand IPv6 Task Force is doing.


The New Zeala (read the entire post)...



How long does it take before you end up before the Copyright Tribunal?

, posted: 5-May-2011 13:46

There's some confusion as to how long the whole process with infringement notices takes, as per the new Copyright Act.I wasn't sure, so I asked my learned friend, Rick Shera of Lowndes Jordan, who says:

The on-notice period as it is called (read the entire post)...





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