You said I'd get a tax cut. Instead my ACC levies trebled.
The thing is that this isn't about bikes, bikers or what's fair. It's about the ACC being founded on a principle of shared risk. It's not, and was never supposed to be an insurance company. Besides, this crap is the thin end of the wedge. They don't want bikers, it's just we're the easiest target (yeah, how's that going for you Mr Key?). They want the really expensive stuff - people that play netball or rugby and especially home DIY'ers. Yeah, completely unqualified people with circular saws - are we really surprised it costs $600M/yr?
Dammit. Labour are going to just walk in at the next election.
Previous next big things include development of the capture and intermediate compression technology in iShowU-HD; design and implementation of a small advertising network; the refinancing, technical direction, and a lot of the donkey work for Virtual Katy; technical direction, project management and (again) donkey work for VoiceQ; creating code and intellectual property around load balancing that was acquired by Allied Telesis; and the research and an implementation of the h.264 video compression protocol.