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Afternoon roundup

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The afternoon's worthies on the closing of a week's worth of browser tabs:Hamish Rutherford explains why, despite Keith Ng's insistence that any mildly clever move in a Google Search that gets you something that somebody didn't want you to see is indeed a hack, the inappropriate use of the term kinda matters. Keith now recommends we use the term cyberbadtouch instead of hack - I like it.  Environmental monitoring and reporting at a few of our Councils could stand improvement. Is there any good reason that the RMA makes it hard to put up new wind farms? When oh When will have a fit-for-purpose RMA? The Irish Central Bank's recruitment process for its next Governor cost €70,236. I wonder whether their headhunter talked to any senior economists around town.Great piece from Damien Grant at

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