“After all network costs were taken into account, the Australian retail broadband providers surveyed made a median profit margin of 26.3 per cent of revenues, while the New Zealand internet providers had a margin of 38.8 per cent, the company said. “
“Broadband data caps may be more generous in Australia than New Zealand because of stronger competition between Australia’s ”much larger number” of internet providers, says Sydney-based analyst Market Clarity.”
Australian Internet Providers Spend More On Capacity… | Stuff.co.nz
“Mel and Joey Schwanke of Fremont, Nebraska, have been married for 64 years and change. Their secret? “We don’t dare go somewhere without having matching outfits,” Mr.”
Elderly Couple Attributes Decades-Long Marriage to Matching Outfits
This is one of the many reasons I supports greens and not Labour anymore.
Marriage Equality MP Votes – NZ 50th Parliament
“The French think of everything. Scientists in Grenoble have developed wallpaper that keeps your Wi-Fi signal inside your house in the ultimate preemptive strike against neighborly Wi-Fi theft (other than simply setting a password, that is).”
High-tech wallpaper keeps neighbors from stealing Wi-Fi
“Tim DeChant at Per Square Mile has noted that rich urban areas have way, way more trees than poor areas in the same city. In fact, the difference is so stark that income inequality can be seen from…”
You can identify poor neighborhoods from space
In common usage, the first meaning of legacy is an inheritance, or something handed down from the past. A second meaning, more specific and recent, denotes technological obsolescence, or dramatic business-model shift. These two meanings have been fused to imply inevitable irrelevance for those with history, especially in media. This is a sleight of hand that would be sloppy if it wasn’t so considered.
“Former leading New Zealand publisher and bookseller, and widely experienced judge of both the Commonwealth Writers Prize and the Montana New Zealand Book Awards, talks about what he is currently reading, what impresses him and what doesn’t, along with chat about the international English language bo…”
Beattie’s Book Blog – unofficial homepage of the New Zealand book community: Publishe…