For the final post in this series, we return to the idea that the Internet is not just helping New Zealand to retain talent, but is helping it attract talent to its shores.
Ellen Strickland explains why NZ’s successful NetHui is not your standard Internet conference.
Keith Davidson recounts how embracing the Internet helped him turn a regional NZ newspaper into a thriving online publisher and ISP.
Today’s NZSeries post looks at Frank March’s efforts to develop and sustain an environment for the Internet to grow in NZ with minimal government regulation.
John Hine takes us back to where the Internet all began in New Zealand – inside its universities.
As we count down to APRICOT 2016, we speak to some local Internet champions to learn about the history, challenges and opportunities of the Internet in New Zealand.