Archive for the ‘InternetNZ’ Category

Judge Harvey, Kim Dotcom, and The Press

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

Judge David Harvey has stepped down from the Kim DotCom case. At NetHui last week, he led a discussion of copyright where opinions from the floor were variously thoughtful, passionate, and novel. He was careful to watch his words, at one point saying "I'd better not say anything about ...

Libraries, Health, and Internet

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

Not the solution to the world's problems, just my agenda this week. Mon-Wed was in Christchurch for the LIANZA conference. Wednesday night, a HISAC dinner. Thursday is a HISAC meeting, the last with the current membership. Friday is an InternetNZ council meeting.

In Wellington Today

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

There's an InternetNZ strategy day for the council. I'm not a mad fan of strategy for strategy's sake, but Frank March (InternetNZ President) seems pretty keen to keep it practical. We'll be nailing down issues like: who InternetNZ represents, what types of projects we can support, how we ...

Wellington on a Good Day

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

"You can't beat Wellington on a good day," say the Wellingtonians. Today is not that good day, however, and Wellington could be beaten like a red-headed stepchild. I'm in town Thursday and Friday. My agenda: Nine to Noon InternetNZ New Councilor indoctrination^Wintroduction Silverstripe catchup (I'm on their advisory board) Evensong at ...

InternetNZ: Censorware: Phone call

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

(As a new councillor for InternetNZ, I will be pitching into the issues of copyright and censorship. I'll blog all my InternetNZ work to keep folks following along at home up with the play. I'll be walking the line between transparency and confidentiality, so I beg your forgiveness in advance ...