(people of a certain age, and I’m sure my brother, will appreciate that lyric. Some days, iTunes serves up some odd tunes is all I can say). For those who want personal updates: I have more spinal movement today! Huzzah! Sure, I still walk like a zombie and groan like a ninety year old when […]
A contemplation on whether things that are “free” are actually free in any meaningful sense. Somewhat long and a bit rambling, so I’ll hide it behind a break to save page space for those who don’t want to read it.
Well, that holiday didn’t go off as planned. While I was busy getting infected, ripped off, stressed and tired — if the mood hits me, I’ll do a more comprehensive writeup later — CNET.com.au was going into hyperdrive publishing articles of mine. Take your pick from the following: Which broadband plan is right for me? […]
OK, that’s probably the oddest subject line that my self-enforced policy of only using the music I’m listening to at the time has led me to. And yes, I did have to look up the lyrics to make sure they were correct. Keeping on the subject of oddities: When I was much, much younger, I […]
Ah, such a happy lyric. Not entirely indicative of my mood at the moment, which is all busy, busy, busy and busy. It wouldn’t be a blog update without me droning on endlessly about my latest piece of work, which today comes courtesy of the fine folk at GadgetGuy.com.au: Macbook Pro 13″ : “If you’ve […]
But I am a bit worn out from dealing with twenty-odd couriers today. And some of them were very odd/irritated/irritable/pungent. Some of them even managed to tick multiple boxes there. Such is the life of a busy working journalist, and I guess I should at least be grateful that I am working right now. For […]