[LINK] Smart enough for the 2020 forum?

Glen Turner gdt at gdt.id.au
Tue Feb 5 13:44:29 EST 2008

On Mon, 2008-02-04 at 20:47 +1100, Antony Barry wrote:
> On 04/02/2008, at 5:10 PM, Michael Still wrote:
> > But how does that committee _find_ people to appoint? Is it a simple
> > case of reading "who is who", or lobbying? I'm already aware of two
> > groups who intend to lobby, and I think the idea of 1,000 lobbyists  
> > in a
> > room is horrible...
> You think of names and ask people to think of names. When I first  
> heard of this I though of someone who was a young lecturer when I was  
> a student, Dr Robert May

I must say that I immediately thought of Simon Hackett, founder of
Internode, because he's actually doing the broadband thing in the
toughest competitive environment, succeeding at that, and has the
integrity to put Australia's interests ahead of his firm's interests
at a forum like this.

George McLaughlin also came to mind, not only because he knows
data communications, but because he understands their role in
science and industry building.

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