Month: February 2010

Bandwagons, iPads, Android and shattered pelvises

Somehow, I’ve knitted the above into a single story for APCMag.com today. Truly, my wordsmithing powers* know no bounds. Especially when the story itself is about security software: Norton 360 to support iPad, Android: “Latest version of 360 “supports” iPad, iPhone and Android. Sort of…” *And, clearly my humility

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I still reckon Sony brand name Scrabble* would be the greatest game ever…

A couple of Sony Vaio products for your perusal today at CNET.com.au. They’re fine to read, but don’t try to pronounce the product names, unless you’re already fluent in Welsh. Sony Vaio VPCL118FG/B: “Sony’s all-in-one PC isn’t cheap and it could do with more storage, but otherwise it’s a highly attractive option for those who […]

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Dragons and storage and wireless and wetness

These are a few of my favourite thiiiiiings! Except that, with some minor exclusions, they’re not. What a week it’s been. One flooded office. One wife in and out of hospital. One office cleared and stuffed into every spare nook around the place to compensate. Carpet destroyed. Carpet ripped up. Office re-painted. Insurance companies screamed […]

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