Has anyone thought about recording/streaming the sessions from NZNOG
Could also be good for whoever's looking after that to contact Doug Kay
at IT Conversations ( http://www.itconversations.com/ ) for syndication...
At 12:57 PM 2/1/2005 -0800, Mike Savory wrote:
>Looks like a typo in the ASX file...
its an intelligence test - I just failed..........
>(mms: is misssing a 2....)
Its all fixed - sorry about that and thanks for bringing it to my attention....
We have limited Woosh (non LOS) coverage in Albany. Check www.woosh.com
and plug your address into the 'coverage' tool on the homepage. I guess
Liz is referring to us as we use 'booster' antennas for our modems.
We also have 5.8Ghz (LOS) coverage in parts of Albany, if you want more
info contact me off-list and I'll give you the contact details of our
man for 5.8 on the North Shore.
From: Simon Garner [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, 2 February 2005 1:37 p.m.
To: Liz Q
Subject: Re: [nznog] Last mile in Albany
On 2/02/2005 1:30 p.m., Liz Q wrote:
> On Wed, 02 Feb 2005 13:20, Simon Garner wrote:
>>While we're on the subject... anybody know what's available in the
>>Albany area (North Shore)? Other than DSL.
> you can get wireless (sometimes requires booster for your aerial)
From who/where? :)
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It was Aug/Sep 2002 for Asia Netcom. I think Callplus was one of their
That was back in the days when Quest were also offering bandwidth.. I
never really did get the full story about what happened to them..
Unsure about Sprint, but I'm pretty sure it was within 6 months of that.
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