Finally, after years of planning, New Zealander Peter Dengate
Thrush, who chairs the Internet Corporation for Assigned
Names and Numbers (Icann), last week steered the internet
through one of the biggest changes in its history.
Trapped as I was on a plane heading to Auckland, I found
myself cut off from the web. Not really a hardship, as I
turned to an actual magazine to read. Yes, one with paper
pages that you turned without double tapping your screen.