Month: April 2009

I hope my legs don't break… walking on the moon.

I certainly do. Hang on.. what am I doing on the moon? Wouldn’t a lack of oxygen (and for that matter, pressure) be a rather more pressing problem? Lucky I’m not on the moon, then, eh? It has been a little while inbetween updates (well, at least by my clock), although that shouldn’t stop the […]

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Hamagangur, ég þusti niður að læknum, bjargvættur.

And I think we’ve all felt that way, haven’t we? (The parties responsible for me listening to such enlightened stuff know who they are. Appropriate punishments will be handed out at the allotted time.) An unusual week, this one, as I’ve been balancing my work flow against my wife’s residential schools and assignment duties and […]

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But now it's full of evil clowns…

Some sleep would be nice right about now. But my time is heavily constrained; not only do I have work, but also the “fun” (if it can be called that) of a two year old with a broken wrist. Sleep… yeah, that’ll be the day. Work, though, continues apace. Firstly, there’s my regular Mac Blog […]

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Got a funny kind of feeling, like I got broken glass in my underwear and a herd of wild pigs is trying to chew off my head…

Apparently, trying to get a Kidman brother to keep quiet is a futile thing — or at least that’s what I’ve heard, most recently at a phone launch on Wednesday. You can judge for yourself, thanks to an all-new publishing venture, MacTheMag, and the associated podcast. A quick tip — I’m the one rambling slightly, […]

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The most popular of all our escapades was undoubtedly the one called, quite simply, "Setting Fire To The Policeman"…

My postman brings me all sorts of interesting things. I’m still not entirely convinced that he doesn’t pinch bits along the way — any number of “missing” parcels attests that somebody has sticky fingers somewhere along the postal trail. Today, though, he bought me the latest issue of Australian PC Authority. Which is lucky, because […]

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