Turned to writing at 60, reckon that'll do for the next 30 years, then I'll become a musician - after that, who knows, maybe a wizard...
Coalition doubles down on the NBN monopoly – but can it defend itself in the upcoming battle with 5G?
NBN Co’s latest 2020 Corporate Plan was announced last week with the headline being a substantial $4.5 billion investment in deeper fibre for both enterprise and residential customers. This has been welcomed by many and seen as a vindication of the original NBN plan...
NBNCo recently released its updated corporate plan, laying bare the folly of the MTM strategy engineered by Malcolm Turnbull in the name of party politics. Nothing was achieved by that other than a sub-standard network at the same cost.
Political bribery includes donations of all kinds. Being clear about this should precede establishing a federal Independent Commission against Corruption .
Interview with Sally Young about her book – Paper Emperors – also offering great insights into the current media landscape in Australia,
Denying the climate deniers remains important because there are still so many who put their unfounded beliefs before scientific argument, well funded to protect the industries that fuel global warming.
The ACCC digital platform inquiry is a mixture of some real reform suggestions and the usual tinkering around the edges of a flawed regulatory regime. It is a step in the right direction, but short on vision and devoid of courage to take the lead.
Interview with independent journalist Michael West abou the corpocracy, defamation laws, watergate, business tax avodiance and the often unhealthy intersection between business and government.
Interview with Adam Jacoby – founder of MiVote and a man with much to say about how we can remove the vested interests from the political descision making process and getting voters involved. Adam offers interesting solutons, but above all he offers hope!
Mr. Smith went to Washington and found that the system of democracy was broken. Not much has changed since.
Facebook’s Libra launch does not just have the potential to propel Facebook into a major player in consumer payments and credit services, it may well be the most profound change to world’s financial systems since the abolishment of the Bretton Woods Agreement in 1971.