Month: September 2010

Gadget Overload, meet work overload

OK, so my usual pattern of updating this blog once per day has somewhat fallen apart. I’ve been even more busy than usual — something that can be attested to given I’m rapidly typing this out before boarding a plane to London — and not linking my articles quite as quickly as I might. For […]

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T-Shirts and Terabytes, Fifty Cent and Choice

Things were so much easier when I picked subject lines based on what I was listening to at the time. Still, the above subject line does make sense. Of a sort. Firstly, the T-Shirts, over at PC Authority, where I’ve looked over Internode’s new “T-Shirt” 1TB broadband plans: Internode enters the 1TB race with “T-Shirt” […]

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Just keeps going and going and…

You get the idea. A very busy week wound up with a review at CNET.com.au and a whole bunch more of Gizmodo posts. Normal, slightly quieter service resumes next week, but it’s still not going to be “quiet” by any reasonable measure. Dell Inspiron N301: “Dell’s inexpensive Core i3 Inspiron isn’t incredibly inspiring, but it’s […]

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Let's face it – I'm tired!

“Morning noon and night it’s drink and dancing, some quick romancing, and then a shower..” If only the life of a tech journo was quite that simple. Also, I’d look dreadful in fishnets. You know it, I know it — let’s not go there. Instead, we could go over to Hydrapinion, where this week’s column […]

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