Why, this very morning while I was digging up large chunks of my front garden — or in the case of some of the more clay-bound soil, scraping up tiny and tedious portions of garden — my written works were appearing for your reading pleasure, this time thanks to the fine and festive folks at […]
So I shot him for trespassing. Did I err?
What will almost certainly be the last review of mine published in 2006 — I’ve got plenty to do, but not much of it due before the 31st, which kinda lessens the odds of it going up — has gone live today at CNET.com.au: i-mate JASJAM: “While the ability to plug a 2-megapixel camera into […]
I’ve been a busy boy. But hopefully nobody will find the bodies, the hacksaw or the length of rubber tubing. Ahem. Let’s start again, shall we? I’ve been a busy boy, writing, writing and writing some more. For example, issue 104 of Netguide Magazine, on store shelves now, has a whole bunch of my personally […]
More reviews of mine are live today at GadgetGuy.com.au for your reading pleasure. Or reading displeasure, perhaps, although I don’t know why you’d bother reading things that make you actively upset. Perhaps you’re just strange that way. Apple iPod Nano 8GB: “In its second iteration, the Nano continues to be an impressive personal music player.” […]
Or perhaps just more stubborn, and too stupid to know the difference. Over the past two days, I’ve lugged 8 cubic metres of soil, 150 square metres of turf and a 15kg bag of Dynamic Lifter around, all in the name of making our back yard into a back lawn for the kids to play […]
Imagine having that on your CV. Well, anyway, I know it’s not me. I write stuff. I present as an example of my non-clothier prowess the following two reviews, published today at CNET.com.au: Palm Treo 680: “Palm’s latest smartphone will appeal to existing Palm users, but it still lags behind the Windows smartphone pack by […]
Today, of all days, it’s quite likely to bite.
Stop it! Love, Alex.
Sometimes, there are definite drawbacks to using song lyrics as subject lines. Like when your kids are listening to The Wiggles, for example. Another drawback I find is when my somewhat faulty brain causes me to completely miss my own published works. Along with yesterday’s review of the N60i, GadgetGuy.com.au’s also posted up a GPS […]