I’ve been tracking Todays Most Viewed news on Stuff for a while now – my impression is that it’s mostly to do with sex, nudity, explicit violence, or gossip. Out of the 10 stories featured each day only one or two are ‘real’ news stories where the information might influence our lives other than for […]
We’ve had broadband in our house for a long time now – first with Telecom (too expensive) then with Slingshot (left because of that Presley woman) and now Telstra (signed up when the nice man knocked on our door and told us how much money we could be saving). So, the cable was duly run […]
Duncan Garner on TV3 has been exposing John Key’s indecisiveness, not that John Key needs help from anyone else in this. John Key is equivocal – he would repeal Helen Clarks attempt to stymie the Canadian Pension Fund 40% takeover offer, at the same time as saying that he (and National) would keep strategic assets […]
The NZ Rugby Union has announced that the All Blacks and the Wallabies will play a fourth match for the Bledisloe Cup in Hong Kong. The match will be played on November 1, 2008. Is this about rugby or about revenue? How many New Zealanders will travel to Hong Kong to watch the game? How […]
Apologies to anyone who checked in last night and got a nasty error message. I was in the process of upgrading to a newer version of WordPress.
In this hi-tech world we live in it’s always surprising when technology fails us. When it does we expect that whoever is offering the service will be able to right the problem with the flick of a switch, or at worst a re-boot of a computer, or two. A friend, who is also a Kiwibank […]