Whirlpool’s annual broadband survey has kicked off, and responses are being collected until the end of January. We encourage Lifehacker readers to take part every year — it’s one of the biggest surveys into Internet usage in Australia and always provides interesting insights into current issues of concern to the Aussie online community. [Whirlpool]
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