Month: October 2008

This is March to… oobely-boo, this is misc, and this is… other.

Argh. One of the more challenging aspects to being your own boss is doing the accounting and keeping track of everything. And then trying to work out the tax implications. Which almost segues… almost… bear with me.. into a need for some money, in order to pay my accountant to make sure I’m not stuffing […]

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The only serious relationship I've been in ended in a broken collarbone and a dead meerkat.

Ah, but Dylan Moran made that movie. Although there’s two shots of him that I could well do without. What does that have to do with yet more Apple news (well, analysis/blog) at PC Authority? Absolutely nothing. But not everything has to segue together nicely — does it? Apple Analysis: is now the time to […]

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We like to Smurf It, Smurf It…

Curse this song lyrics as subject lines policy! A couple of reviews to keep you happy (or hopefully keep me fed) at CNET.com.au: Fujitsu LifeBook T1010: “The Fujitsu T1010 has tablet features and a somewhat striking price point, but the rest of the package feels a bit lifeless.” HP Pavilion dv7-1005tx: “While everyone scrambles for […]

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I can't actually use the song lyric here…

Because, well, it’s this. Quite randomly from an 80’s streaming radio service, but there it is, and the rules* say I have to use the music I’m listening to at the time as my subject line. And I can’t be part of that Meme. I also seemingly can’t keep up with myself when it comes […]

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I'm gonna dig this well deep…

A lack of updates this week (TNT rants aside), but that hasn’t stopped the workflow to any perceptible degree. First of all, there’s the November issue of PC Authority on, as they say, store shelves now. No sign of the headshot of doom(tm), but I’m still present in Game Labs, reviewing Sega’s Space Siege and […]

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