Monthly Archives: March 2012

Fletcher Responds, Still No Reason to Believe

It seems that my post on whether we should believe the opposition on broadband policy has caught the attention of the subject of the post, Member for Bradfield, Paul Fletcher. Paul has graciously put forward his response to my article, and I greatly appreciate that he has taken time to respond. It would be of […]

Dandenong Road Just Got A Lot Longer

In the world of online mapping, such as Google Maps, or the excellent NearMap, we always see errors where various images are combined into a single scrollable map. Like roads that don’t quite match up, or strange wingless aircraft. It’s all because it would be too hard and time consuming for a human to go […]

Should We Believe The Opposition On Broadband?

With the recent acceptance of Telstra’s structural separation undertaking (SSU) by the ACCC, the last significant hurdle for the volume rollout of the National Broadband Network (NBN) has been overcome. Of course, the federal opposition is still on the attack, offering its cheaper yet significantly less advanced plan, that will commit us to higher upgrade […]