Good riddance to bad broadband memories

Technological arguments against the Coalition's NBN are stuck in the past, ignoring rapid advances in copper and other connective technology.

One of the great strengths of covering an issue for a long time – like Alan Kohler and a few others have done with the NBN and broadband – is that you have a very long institutional memory.

The downside is that you run the risk of relying too heavily on old data points and getting stuck in old arguments.


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