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Shane 07-14-2007 04:07 AM

InternetNZ changing guard
 
http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/BU0707/S00268.htm
InternetNZ (The Internet Society of New Zealand) farewells several of its
long-serving Council members this month.

President Colin Jackson, Vice President David Farrar and Councillor Simon
Riley are amongst a group who are standing down from their governance roles
at InternetNZ at this years Annual General Meeting on 27 July.

InternetNZ executive director Keith Davidson acknowledges the valuable
contribution made to the organisation by all the outgoing members,
particularly Jackson, Farrar and Riley who are on InternetNZ's executive
committee.

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Q: What is clear and used by trendy sophisticated engineers to solve other
differential equations?
A: The Perrier transform.


Lawrence D'Oliveiro 07-14-2007 05:00 AM

Re: InternetNZ changing guard
 
In message <f79i11$8ng$1@lust.ihug.co.nz>, Shane wrote:

> President Colin Jackson, Vice President David Farrar and Councillor Simon
> Riley are amongst a group who are standing down from their governance
> roles at InternetNZ at this years Annual General Meeting on 27 July.


Does anybody else listen to Colin Jackon's spot on National Radio from
around a quarter to 12 on Thursdays? Almost always interesting and
perceptive commentary from him.

I'm hoping that's not going to stop. :)

peterwn 07-14-2007 05:32 AM

Re: InternetNZ changing guard
 
Lawrence D'Oliveiro wrote:
> In message <f79i11$8ng$1@lust.ihug.co.nz>, Shane wrote:
>
>> President Colin Jackson, Vice President David Farrar and Councillor Simon
>> Riley are amongst a group who are standing down from their governance
>> roles at InternetNZ at this years Annual General Meeting on 27 July.

>
> Does anybody else listen to Colin Jackon's spot on National Radio from
> around a quarter to 12 on Thursdays? Almost always interesting and
> perceptive commentary from him.
>
> I'm hoping that's not going to stop. :)


Dr Turbott, the Director General of Health, continued his weekly health
broadcasts on National Radio years ago after he retired from the Health
Department, so there is precedent for Colin continuing.

See:
http://www.nzma.org.nz/journal/116-1170/364/


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