[LINK] Domain Game. Four Corners. Monday 8.30. ABC TV.
Tue, 20 Jun 2000 08:53:17 +1000
Just to show what a good job the ABC are doing:
+ updates on the program are available at
+ sites related to this story are available at
+ and it isn't obvious, but the on-line discussion is archived at
I particularly like this exchange, between Peter Gerrand, Geoff Huston,
Robert Elz, and others (To provide direct links, I have edited out the
frames - go to the site above to see the full discussion):
Initial question: http://www2.abc.net.au/4corners/sforum15/posts/19.shtm
Peter G: http://www2.abc.net.au/4corners/sforum15/posts/130.shtm
Geoff H: http://www2.abc.net.au/4corners/sforum15/posts/184.shtm
Robert E: http://www2.abc.net.au/4corners/sforum15/posts/334.shtm
Peter G: http://www2.abc.net.au/4corners/sforum15/posts/621.shtm
Robert E: http://www2.abc.net.au/4corners/sforum15/posts/676.shtm
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On
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Sent: Wednesday, 7 June 2000 4:40
Subject: Re: [LINK] Domain Game. Four Corners. Monday 8.30. ABC TV.
Bernard Robertson-Dunn wrote:
> Did Melbourne Uni sell .com.au monopoly too cheaply?
> Domain Game. Four Corners. Monday 8.30. ABC TV.
For those who did not see the program, the transcript is here:
Apart from some Internet history, it had more to do with the rich getting
richer than the Internet. The only Internet issue was "should domain names
be a public resource?"
It goes on.
-- Robert Burns, on life.
Also what Mick Jagger said of the Rolling Stones after the death of a
band-member, Brian Jones, whom they had just fired because he couldn't go
to America after having had a drug conviction in the UK