October’s been a long, hard month. And it’s still going on. Mostly it’s been a long, hard working month, interspersed with trips to Queensland and entire days spent in a morgue. I may, or may not have slept in the month of October, but it doesn’t feel like it right now. One upside of working […]
Dagnars Falls, New South Wales Dagnars Falls is located in a national park near Armidale, New South Wales, in Australia. Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2007. © 1993-2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Umm… no, they’re not. Dangars Falls are, though. And just in case the pedantry police are on my case, I wouldn’t really be […]
How I’m faring today: Not to scale. I probably don’t have that much energy, either. Yeah, OK, crappy animated GIFs stolen from the Web are very 1998, but I did say I was lacking in energy…
A Howard Jones lyric, for what it’s worth, but it seems fitting, as I can talk beyond a croak today. While I was in the land of the silent, however, a number of my written works made their way to the great unwashed public. In the print world, the November issue of Netguide Magazine has […]
I’ve done quite a few interesting things in the past three days, with only the one major side effect; I’ve lost my voice. So if you needed to call me, for whatever reason, you’d be far better off with an email, unless you like croaking… On the plus side, and in no particular order, over […]
Awesome. Wikipedia has an entry for Exploding Head. Back to what you were doing, now.
Another day, another CNET.com.au review. Pioneer HTP-GS1: “As a compromise position to keep cables from becoming tripwires and gaming sessions becoming grounds for divorce, it worked acceptably well…”
CNET.com.au has my review of the O2 XDA Stealth up today, a review in which I almost totally blow my chances of being invited to one of Kirstie Alley’s lavish Hollywood parties. See if you can spot where.
Next Saturday, while I’m busily ensconced in printers, racecars and leggy models — but probably mostly printers — my lovely wife will be taking part in the Cancer Council Relay For Life, to raise money for Cancer research and support of Cancer sufferers. I know what you’re thinking (it’s handy having psychic powers at a […]
That’s a Weird Al lyric, by the way, in case anyone started to instinctively call the RSPCA on me. Most of my post titles happen to come from whatever I’m listening while I write them. Sometimes it works well… and sometimes not. I’ll let you decide in this case. The fine folks at CNET.com.au have […]