(Updated later in the day, because post #500 has some big news in it. But you’ll have to wait for that, folks. Updated stuff for today is at the bottom of the page)
Well, maybe not. Bank Robbery seems like a dangerous profession, and I look bad in tights. Don’t ask me how I know. I think I’ll just stick to the writing, if it’s all the same to you. In a lucky coincidence, (hey! Nice Segue… until you ruined it with these comments…) there’s a lot of my writing out there at the moment for the great unwashed public’s delectation.
First, in the online sphere, CNET.com.au has a review of mine up:
Samsung DVD-HR755: “Likewise, recording with the HR755 was essentially painless, up to a point. That point is one of quality, and will depend on what you’re used to…”
And joining the online crew drinking the high-quality Alex Kool-Aid* is PC Authority:
WiMAX 101: Is This The Future Of Broadband? “It’s touted as the future of wireless broadband, and more significantly for Australian users, the technology that may help to bridge the gap between rural and urban broadband speeds…”
But the print world is also awash with Alex-tinged goodness. The March 2008 issue of PC User features my reviews of the PocketSurfer 2, Navman S90i and Netgear SPH200D. Of course, there’s lots of other stuff in there as well, but the true collector of Kidman-penned verbage won’t care about that. What do you mean, there are no collectors of Kidman-penned verbage? That’s a shame…
The March 2008 issue of Australian Netguide is an even richer trove of collectible Kidmanisms. Inside its perfectly formed pages, you’ll find my reviews of the Sandisk SDHC 4GB Memory Card, NAV 11 for Mac, Microsoft Mobile Memory Mouse, BookMooch.com, PocketSurfer 2, K9 Web Protection, Altec Lansing BXR1121 Speakers, PSP Studio, i-Studio, Ringtone Studio, Kane & Lynch: Dead Men, Supreme Commander: Gold Edition, Smackdown Vs Raw 2008, Mass Effect, Sony Vaio CR25G/N, Sony Vaio NR17G, GoBook VR-2, Toshiba Satellite A200, Toshiba Satellite X200, Dell Inspiron 1520, Asus eee PC, Asus R2Hv, HP Pavillion dv2633TX , HP Pavillion tx1219AU , Apple Macbook, Apple Macbook Pro, Acer Aspire 4920, Lenovo Thinkpad R61 and finally, the Fujitsu Lifebook T2010.
Phew. When exactly did I sleep last month?
The answer was clearly never, as my contributor copy of Home Entertainment Magazine’s also just arrived. Within its Blasina-oozing pages, you’ll find everything you ever needed to know about buying a notebook PC, penned by yours truly. Oh, and lots of photos of women.. erm… “stroking” notebooks. Don’t ask me why — I just write the words, not design the layout…