Contributing to the third GISWATCH report my chapter explored the net we had sought to create in the early 1990s, what it had become and where we seem to be headed. It reflects, in part, on an article I wrote just over 20 years ago, The Net: opportunity or threat, for 21C Magazine. GISWATCH 2014 was … Continue Reading ››
Tuesday, 14 September 2010, Ian Peter and I celebrated 21 years since Pegasus Networks officially went online from Terania Creek, NSW. This historic moment was actuated via a Motorola "brick" direct to a satellite service burrowing into EcoNet / PeaceNet in the USA, the whole show powered by the sun from the back of a van. … Continue Reading ››
Japanese service staff are so eager to assist, to ensure one is more than adequately served that it is a wonder, in their exuberance, they do not break! It has been said many many times that the Japanese are efficient. Today, Day 01 … Continue Reading ››
Presentation prepared for APC Equitable Access forum, 10 November 2007, Rio de Janeiro. Prepared by Andrew Garton based on materials by Karen Woulfe, C31 Digital Campaign Coordinator.
- Australia supports a healthy community broadcasting licensing regime Since 1989 Australia has enjoyed an active, licensed community television community (CTV) of five broadcasters in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, … Continue Reading ››