Monthly Archives: May 2012

NBN: Me First! Me First!

Ever since the announcement of NBN’s highly anticipated three-year-rollout plan in March, there has been much jumping up and down from political leaders in various areas not listed within the three-year plan. Here’s another from Latrobe City councillor, Sharon Gibson, after Moe was left out: Councillor Battles for Moe Broadband “Cr Gibson will lobby her […]

Mulder Has No Interest In Where The Buck Stops

Late on April 30th, I finally received a response from my March 8th complaint direct to the Victorian Minister for Public Transport, Terry Mulder, about the state of infrastructure at Newport station. I wrote about this complaint a few days later on the 14th, after failures at Newport on both days. I might add, his […]

Bombers Home Over Brisbane By 11 Goals

ESSENDON 8.3 12.9 16.12 19.15 (129) BRISBANE 4.1 7.4 8.4 9.8 (62) GOALS Essendon: Crameri 4, Jetta 3, Davey 3, Lonergan 2, Monfries 2, Melksham, Dyson, Lovett-Murray, Dempsey, Watson Brisbane Lions: Brown 2, Polec 2, Crisp 2, Hudson, McGrath, Cornelius BEST Essendon: Stanton, Watson, Bellchambers, Lonergan, Heppell, Hocking, Fletcher Brisbane Lions: Rich, Brown, Redden, McGrath, […]

Chrome ‘Weak Signature Algorithm’ Solved

For people who have – (or have automatically had) – their Google Chrome installation upgraded to version 18 or later, you may have noticed the following error message on some sites you are accessing over SSL/HTTPS: This has been mostly the case for people – (developers in particular) – accessing sites with self-signed certificates, like […]