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Helping you to GRO
What is GRO? Jan Gow explains more about it, and the wider concept of church records.
Web access – and censorship – growing
More New Zealanders are online than ever before, and broadband use continues to rise.
Forum to counter ACTA secrecy
The controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) negotiations roll on with the latest round of talks scheduled for April 12th-16th in Wellington.
LIFE, LIBERTY AND THE RIGHT TO SURF
Opposition to section 92A often centered on disconnection being a derogation of a basic human right.
All in one entertainment for all
The world is rapidly moving towards unifying all of the media you use, and adjusting to that trend is becoming more a necessity than just a fashion.
Lessons from NEAL
It’s timely to look at NEAL – the North Shore Education Access Loop.
Respect Your Pet
It highlights the casually cruel things we do to pets – from inappropriate dress to silly photos – and gives pause (sorry) for thought.
Ask not what the Internet can do for you
It costs just $21 for a year’s membership to InternetNZ, and they want you.
Structural separation not on govt agenda - Reynolds
“In time I think FTTH is the right solution, but I think there’s at least a decade of hybrid fibre/copper technologies.”
Producing a network security policy
Planning a policy is the first step towards good security. Here's how you do it.
Discovering your roots
I remember, as a child, looking at a map of the world and finding all the pink bits – the British Empire.
BDM goes online
What a year 2009 is proving to be for genealogists! This year is the year.
The societal implications of ubiquitous connectivity
What happens when everyone can get real broadband? We take a look.
Family on the move
A correspondent named Peter has asked about John Fortnam, who was born in England in 1881 and immigrated to America in 1887.
Searching for springboks
Do you have some ‘free’ time and would like to help the genealogy world? Check out these sites.
We’re now looking at the second internet revolution in New Zealand. Unbundling will bring competition, choice, and services, at prices previously undreamt of.