Voice over IP – Telephone calls over the Internet – I am a big fan, and will file a bunch of hints, instructions and Commentaries in the blog, under the VOIP Category, and of course, with the VOIP tag. . . . → Read More: VOIP – It’s a wondrous (but not new) thing
In conjunction with the “Magic” NBN and various other efforts we keep hearing about eHealth and eGovernment and so on. eHealth is a whole separate “other story”, so let’s focus on eGovernment, or the “Big Picture”, although Health will come into the discussion.
In the United States we are starting to see a massive movement . . . → Read More: eGovernment in Australia – are they really serious?
Anyone that knows me well, will know of my association with the beautiful island of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea. I spent many of my formative years there, and still regard it, as much as, if not more so, as home. My life there was as a result of my father, Paul Quodling, O.B.E. serving . . . → Read More: Humanitarian Projects – often about doing it smarter
A brief assessment of some of the forgotten issues around Australia’s National Broadband Network (NBN) and their relevance to the greater discussion. . . . → Read More: NBN – So where is the Beef
It is interesting to reflect that once upon a time the Labor party was considered the party of the common people.
I watch the news this morning, and I see tony abbott going for his pre-dawn 30km bike ride. Yesterday, Malcolm Turnbull caught the train to an event at Casula, whereas Julia Gillard cruises in . . . → Read More: Party of the people
A repost from a previous blog entry of mine, but one of those observations that remains timeless.
I was reading through an old text “Project Management with CPM, Pert and Precedence diagramming ISBN 0442254156″ and was struck by two things, from reading this.
. . . → Read More: Project Management – a disappearing craft