It was looking like the only media items I’d publish this week would be on Monday, my article and subsequent radio spot about the National Broadband Network — both of which are now distinctly out of date because the story has moved on — but today I managed to knock out another podcast episode.
- Corrupted Nerds: Conversations 5, being a chat with Dick Bussiere, principal architect for Tenable Network Security in the Asia Pacific region.
- NBN Co board refuses to drink the poisoned chalice, Crikey, 23 September 2013.
I’ve also half-written two articles that will be published in due course. So I am catching up.
- On Monday I spoke about the NBN board being sacked on ABC Gold Coast.
The Week Ahead
Monday will see me doing an end-of-month writing burst, so that’ll keep me out of trouble. Tuesday, being the start of a new quarter, is an administration day for me — though I may head to Sydney in the afternoon to get a head start on the rest of the week’s adventures.
On Wednesday I’m heading to Newcastle for the DiG Festival and Conference, which will keep me busy through to Saturday.
[Photo: Sunday evening in the village, being a photograph of Wentworth Falls village taken this evening, Sunday 29 September 2013. Not exactly a brilliant photo, but I was determined to post an image produced this week.]