A series of blog entries from TelSoc members about the future of broadband access.
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|The NBN Blame Game||Rod Tucker||26 Jul 2017|
|The True Cost of FTTP||Rod Tucker||12 Jul 2017|
|The Utility of Broadband||Tim Herring||12 Apr 2017|
|The Tragedy of Australia's National Broadband Network||Rod Tucker||8 Apr 2017|
|Pot calling kettle black||Ken Sayers||15 Jun 2016|
|The NBN – more lies leading us from bad to worse||Paul Budde||25 Aug 2015|
|Reboot the NBN||Graham Shepherd||19 Nov 2014|
|Why today's broadband is not your everyday utility.||Gary McLaren||11 Nov 2014|
|How should Australia encourage investment in "deep" fibre?||Gary McLaren||29 Oct 2014|
|Mike Quigley's reflections on being awarded the 2013 Charles Todd Medal: the NBN's first four years||Mike Quigley||2 Dec 2013|
|The earliest published critique of Malcolm Turnbull's NBN 2.0: "[...] a triumph of short-termism over long-term vision"||Peter Gerrand||10 Apr 2013|
|Mike Quigley's view of NBN 1.0: the 2010 Charles Todd Oration||Mike Quigley||18 Aug 2010|