Monthly Archives: January 2009


My Facebook Nightmare

It started with a phone call around 7.30pm on Wednesday night, January 14th. A concerned friend was calling from interstate.

“Mark, where are you?,” he asked.

“I’m at home. Why?” I replied.

“So you’re not in London?”


“And you haven’t been robbed at gunpoint and had your wallet stolen?”

“No! […]

By |January 28th, 2009|Culture, Media|51 Comments

Connectivity ‘lag’ & impact on digital business models

I had one of those ‘gotcha’ moments today.

I’m in the process of moving and, despite my best efforts, find myself in a broadband ‘dead zone’. Not in the sense that I moved to the boondocks, but due to the time it is taking my provider (iiNet) to commission an ADSL2+ service at my […]

By |January 13th, 2009|innovation, Web 2.0|1 Comment