To the many readers who printed out my last column just so they could set it on fire, I confess: In relation to the National Broadband Network, yes, I drank the Kool-Aid.
Ovum's research director, David Kennedy, has astutely analysed the actions of Australia's politicians and telcommunications companies in fracturing the once-strong momentum behind a National Broadband Network, urging 'solid policy development' before any NBN can bloom again.
Rural independent MP Bob Katter has made public his 'wish-list' of issues he wants addressed by Prime Minister Julia Gillard or Opposition leader Tony Abbott before he is prepared to offer his support to either in forming a minority government - and it doesn't include broadband.
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It's a mess, sadly. Will Assange ever be free?