In the first Old Man Shouts At Cloud column GARETH NEWMAN lets off steam about Countdown’s new security measures.
In 1983 some friends of Neil Roberts, who had blown himself up at the Wanganui Computer Centre, wrote this sort-of eulogy for TOM magazine.
Wellington’s historic Courtenay Place was once a proud part of the inner city but has become shabby and dangerous, writes PAT PILCHER.
PAT PILCHER takes a squiz at National’s newly-announced rural policies and finds them both anti-animal welfare and anti-environment.
The media engineered a circus last weekend and the end result is that no one benefited, writes GARY STEEL.
A nine-day telecommunications blackout was bad enough but the farcical response by the telcos was worse, writes GARY STEEL.
Is AI about to change life as we know it? Could it bring peace and prosperity, or will it make life hell on earth? PAT PILCHER ponders.
It happens to the best of us. GARY STEEL reflects on turning 64 and what it means to someone of his generation.