I have the power!!!

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OK, maybe I don’t. But the name of a thing is important — some marketing types would say it’s very important — and that’s the subject of my weekly Mac blog at MacTheBlog today: MacTheBlog: Names Have Power: “OK, so Apple’s doing something next week. I’ve emphasised something there, because for all anyone outside of […]

PVRs, PC User and Perspiration…

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My, but it’s hot. And humid. And ‘hunpleasant. Today is clearly alliteration day. On with the show! CNET.com.au has a PVR review of mine up: LG MS409D HD DVR: “LG’s take on a dual-tuner DVR works well and has some unique features, but it’s expensive.” Meanwhile, in the print world, the February issue of PC […]

Jabra, Nexus One and… like a Tiger(s)…

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Now there’s a dated Rob Sitch reference. Another day brings with it fresh articles. First up, at MacTheBlog, I’ve looked at Google’s Nexus One phone. Not in the flesh, you understand — I’m in the wrong country for that, for a start — but in a Mac/iPhone context: MacTheBlog: A Nexus Point: “Naturally enough, if […]

It’s that fruit company again…

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Another day, another batch of Apples. Yeah, I write about Apple a lot, although I strongly resist the whole “fanboy” tag. Firstly, at MacTheBlog, I exclusively reveal all of Apple’s plans for the upcoming year. Sort of. MacTheBlog: 2010: The Year Apple Makes Contact? “Working out exactly what Apple’s actually up to at any given […]

Young ladies bouncing up and down on beds in their night attire

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There. That’ll bring in the website traffic, surely? Or get me on the government’s filter watch list. Perhaps I should have thought about that subject line a little harder. It’s in context though, as 2010 kicks off with a review that counts as my last published work of 2009, at CNET.com.au*: Charm Girls Club: Pajama […]