I’m currently away at Baa Camp, the New Zealand Foo Camp and really enjoying the conversations, discussions and networking here. It’s great to be around other talented and inspiring Kiwis working in the online space, along with people like Lars Rasmussen (Google Maps) and Ben Goodger (Google/Firefox).

The event kicked off last night with a great discussion about the broadband problems (and, more importantly, possible solutions) led by Minister of Communications/Minister for Information Technology David Cunliffe (possibly a distant relative). I came away really impressed by the way he listened to the concerns and ideas the group had and how he has now put the issue of peering on his agenda.

Rod Drury is the only one I’ve discovered so far who is blogging about the event, but I’m sure there will be others here doing the same.

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