20,000 page views

It took 10 months to reach 10,000 page views and only 3 more months to reach 20,000 views.

The Newtown Nerd ┬áis now generating over 3,000 views per month and growing at 50% per month. I am glad so may are finding something useful to . . . → Read More: 20,000 page views

What happened to high-definition TV in Australia?

Opinion. Australia is in the middle of a forced switch to free-to-air digital TV. After years of broadcasting both analogue and digital signals, the analogue network is progressively being decommissioned. Many regional and country areas have already converted. The capital cities are due for the switch in late 2013. The government has been broadcasting ads to . . . → Read More: What happened to high-definition TV in Australia?

Decoding mobile phone plans in Australia

I lived in the US for three years where mobile phone plans are simple and easy to compare. For starters they sell plans by the minute. When you sign up for a plan you agree to pay for number of minutes per month. Go over your plan allocation and they charge you a nominal amount extra . . . → Read More: Decoding mobile phone plans in Australia

Megabits and Gigabytes – Understanding broadband plans in Australia

All Australian broadband plans (including mobile wireless) have both speed and monthly download limits.

Many consumers have no idea how the speed or limits are measured or what they mean in everyday terms. As a result many get slugged with massive excess usage costs and have no idea why.

In this post I explain the terms used in . . . → Read More: Megabits and Gigabytes – Understanding broadband plans in Australia

The real business case for Google Apps for Business

In this article I analyse in detail the total cost of ownership (TCO) of a traditional Wintel IT infrastructure vs Google Apps for Business putting forward the real business case for change. . . . → Read More: The real business case for Google Apps for Business