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Topic # 14242 22-Jun-2007 23:13
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Anyone got any idea why nzdsl.co.nz hasn't had any new stories since 25 April?

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  Reply # 75689 23-Jun-2007 00:14
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Looks fine for me, dozens of storys since that date.

Try pressing F5 in your browser, and clearing your temp files etc...













Just kidding - I think its a hobby/community site, not a full-on commercial venture. Craig might have gotten busy/sick etc or could just be spending too much time on Geekzone :-P







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  Reply # 75702 23-Jun-2007 11:06
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Last sorty i had on there was

NZ nudges up rank in uptake of broadband


Posted by: SsSs on Saturday, April 28, 2007 - 09:23 PM


Nothing really big has happends since then tho


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 75703 23-Jun-2007 11:12
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Yeah that's the last story I've got too, cleared cache, different browsers, checked from work, everything.

There have been dozens and dozens of stories on the Herald, Stuff etc (and probably others that I've missed) that nzdsl would normally follow since then.

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  Reply # 75704 23-Jun-2007 11:27
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Nothing really big has happends since then tho


Telecom building a GSM/HSPA network?

Douglas Webb's successor named?

LLU timeline proposal released by Telecom?

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Reply # 75708 23-Jun-2007 13:16
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pjamieson: There have been dozens and dozens of stories on the Herald, Stuff etc (and probably others that I've missed) that nzdsl would normally follow since then.


I guess you also check Geekzone itself for news?







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  Reply # 75711 23-Jun-2007 14:45
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Ahem, um, yes .  I guess that is the resolution to my original question - Goto Geekzone instead on nzdsl Laughing

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  Reply # 75712 23-Jun-2007 14:51
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juha:
Nothing really big has happends since then tho


Telecom building a GSM/HSPA network?

Douglas Webb's successor named?

LLU timeline proposal released by Telecom?

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Not to mention Telecom's ADSL2+ Roll-out Programme updates.








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  Reply # 76193 28-Jun-2007 15:30
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pjamieson: Anyone got any idea why nzdsl.co.nz hasn't had any new stories since 25 April?


You may know me there as SsSs

For the last couple of months I have been submitting new stories to NZDSL, but as I have had a load of work on recently & also I have had other things to deal with, I have not been able to submit new news stories to NZDSL. Embarassed

 
Hopefully in the next week or so I will be able to submit a load of new news stories to NZDSL & hopefully the admin will approve them & update the site :)


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