Bernard Hickey can’t use the internet

I find this completely unacceptable in today’s society. Being able to watch a simple Youtube video as part of your work or life is essential.

The sooner we stop having to worry about data usage (within reason) the better.

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4 Responses to Bernard Hickey can’t use the internet

  1. Jack says:

    You may have noted that earlier in that post on interest.co.nz is the line:
    “I’m sitting in the Dunedin Art Gallery preparing for a presentation”

    Is your post title aimed at the fact that Bernard is unable to find a fast and reliable connection in a public place? Or that he’s not technically capable enough of using the internet properly?

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  2. Martijn Verhoeven says:

    I get the point. We need pacific fibre. So what is stopping you from putting the cable in the ocean? In other words, how is the project looking?

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  3. PerhapsMudkipz says:

    Hey, some of us only have access to horrible net when at home. :< I don't get to watch The Daily Show extra clips online unless I wait for the no download limit time between 2 and 7 am.

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