Month: November 2010

Great Printers And Not So Great Online Bargains

A week off (mostly) to attend to some personal matters, and as a result not too much work online that I’ve missed pointing out. CNET.com.au ran a review of a printer that I particularly liked: Canon Pixma MG6150: “Canon’s Pixma MG6150 is a slow multifunction printer, but the print quality and ease of use make […]

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I often get asked "who do I work for"?

It’s a question with an ever-evolving answer, but the broad answer is usually that as a freelancer, I’ll work for anyone who’ll pay the bills*. Which is why I’m concurrently across so many titles, both online and in print. As an example, this month’s PC User magazine has a lot of my content. I’ve tested […]

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Take Two Tablets And See Me In The Morning

This week’s opinion columns are both rather Tablet-centric. First up, at Geekspeak, an overview of the iPad, Galaxy Tab and T-Touch Tab: Which Tablet Is Right For Me? “There is finally a modicum of choice in the Tablet space…” Then at Hydrapinion, I’m picking a fight with Steve Jobs. Sure, he’s a master of the […]

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High Tech Gadgets? Check. Secret Lair? Check. The proof is irrefutable. I AM Batman.

It all makes sense, when you think about it.* There’s the gadgets. Like this Bluetooth headset that I’ve reviewed at CNET.com.au: Jabra Go 660: “Those who need both softphone and smartphone connectivity out of their Bluetooth headsets will be well served by Jabra’s combination Go 660 set.” Now, who wants to volunteer to be Robin? […]

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