Month: March 2010

Storage, GPS, notebooks and near arrests.

So far, the highlight of my day has been nearly (but not quite) getting arrested at North Sydney station. Apparently I look a bit dodgy, and shouldn’t take photographs of things. Who knew? Otherwise, it’s been rainy and wet and busy, much like any other day. While I get on with it, you can amuse […]

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Power, broadband, VoIP and gadgets

Another busy week kicks off here at alexkidman.com. Busier than normal, actually; between events, dentistry and child-minding duties I’ve got less than a full working day to polish off a week’s worth of work. Not even one single day; stray batches of hours here and there. Going to be interesting juggling all of it and […]

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It's another glorious day in the (reviews) Corps. A day in the Corps is like a day on the farm…

Well, except for every paycheque being a fortune, that is. But I can’t complain, with plenty of work flowing my way right now. Keeping with the Aliens-inspired theme, my review of one very Alien laptop has just gone live at CNET.com.au: Alienware M11x: “Alienware’s a Dell subsidiary, and as such the range of configuration options […]

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As many tech references as I can Packard into one post

Oof. That’s bad, even by my anything-for-a-bad-pun-standards. Oh well. Anything for the Hewlett of it… (ducks incoming tomatoes) But it’s in context, with two different Hewlett-Packard machines going under the review hammer* at CNET.com.au: HP Mini 210: “HP’s Mini 210 combines style and battery life in a combination that makes it genuinely compelling.” HP Pavilion […]

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