Talks about playing in the MUD online.
About the origin of the Scoop.co.nz site.
On how the web changed the breaking news cycle in politics.
Talks about political leaks via the Internet.
About fostering innovation and how the Internet helps.
Remember their first encounters with this Internet thing.
Talks about harnessing social media.
About how the Internet changes learning for his class.
On finding someone to discuss sheep reproduction with.
Talks about the formation and purpose of Webgrrls.
About NZ On Screen and archiving Kiwi video content online
About the effect downloading had on the music industry.
The second lease of life for the music video thanks to the Internet.
On the "start up" dotcom environment at early Xtra.
Talks about the rapid growth of the ISP market.
On early online businesses being ahead of the market.
Discusses working towards the future he saw in 1990.
Talks about the first Government Web Server (1994).
Talks about the Internet Society of NZ and domain names.
Talks open source and the success of the Internet.
Talks about technology cycles online.
Using the Internet to make real stuff offline with Ponoko.
Discusses macrons and Māori domain names.
Talks about the Ruapehu Volcano webcam.
About the origin and success of Orcon's Iggy campaign.
Talk about yMedia working with creative youth.
Talks about the role of government web standards.
Talks about the success of the 42 Below viral videos.
Talks about using the Internet for live radio.
Talks meeting online friends offline & how we've come to embrace it.
Discusses professional vs amateur bloggers.
Talk about the definition of a Geek.
About the 90/9/1 rule of producing and consuming.
Talk about using online tools to produce offline media.
Talks about being dubious on first encounter with the Internet.
Jack Yan talks about realising the power of online publishing.
About the Internet opened up the world of cocktails to New Zealand.
About the role of social media in the business space.
Talks about Creative Commons licensing.
Talks about misinformation and politics online.
About her first Internet connection and the man who made it possible.
Talks about doing well with the technology we have at hand.
Digital Natives and changes in education due to the Internet.
Describes the day the Internet arrived - with no manual.
Describes what the poison from New Zealand is.
Talks about how the "BBQ effect" helped Trade Me succeed.
About the technical charges running a 24/7 web business.
The problem with social network sites and identity development.
About serving business customers over the Internet.
Talks his dotcom boom and bust experience.
Talks about promoting a business via social media.
The Privacy Commissioner discusses liaising with foreign privacy organisations.
Talks about professional web development.
Talks about the Blackout campaign and Section 92A.
About how Geekzone grew out of a personal project.
Talks about people getting fired for leaking online.
About how the Internet opened up digital trade routes for business.
Tells us what the "cloud" is and why it's useful.
How the Internet opened up the local energy market.
Talks WAP and No. 8 wire ingenuity.
Talks about Gen-Y and charitable giving online.
On word of mouth becoming social media.
On BBSes and the pre-Internet in New Zealand.
Talks about what Open Source means.
Discusses Xero and cloud-based software.
On the need to overcome the tyranny of distance.
Talks about the second coming of the web.
Talks about the origins of Readwriteweb.
Remembers when the email was checked once a day.
Talks about making her first website.
Talks blogging before blogs.
On how the net has sped up the turnaround of producing and distributing music.
Discusses his first encounters with Newsgroup discussions.
About finding the Internet in the pages of Mondo 2000 and Wired.
Talks the personalities of the ISP wars.
On his experience covering the Internet for mainstream media.
Talks about watching the dotcom crash from afar.
Talks about the role of business incubators such as Creative HQ.
Discusses the improving broadband story in 2010.
On increasing government regulations of the internet.
On when the Internet was just on the one computer in the corner.
Talks user generated content and journalism.
Talks about dealing with anonymous commenters online.
Talks about deciding to be a web mediated business from day one.