Monthly Archives: May 2013

Don’t cut corners on the NBN

I’ll admit the prospect of Tony Abbott leading Australia terrifies me. But you know what? There’s something that is far, far more frightening. There is an obnoxious, uninformed, and ignorant policy that the Liberals have put forward, and it’s their weak, crippled National Broadband Network proposal. If the liberals actually get in power and put in place their reduced, passive, degraded, sub-par NBN plan, it will be detrimental to us as a nation. It will stifle our progress with technology on more levels than most people can imagine. Our nation must vote for Labor and their full performance National Broadband Network. Read more »

Why Internet Explorer should never be forgiven

So Microsoft have recently undertaken a marketing campaign in an attempt to convince people to not hate their browser IE as much as they currently do. The campaign is called The Browser you Loved to Hate. Their whole angle is to try and be “cool” by admitting that their browser used to suck, but now they have learnt and have made this new cool product with IE 9 + 10.

Now what I’m about to say is very important. DON’T BE FOOLED. Don’t buy into this cheap, dodgy attempt at Microsoft trying to save face with IE. Microsoft should never, ever be forgiven for the monstrosity that is Internet Explorer.


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