So Many Windows: Week In Review July 31 2015

writing Microsoft released a new operating system, I played games badly and much, much more. Here’s a sample of my favourite bits of writing throughout the last week. Continue reading “So Many Windows: Week In Review July 31 2015”

Stagefright Bug & Mu-MIMO: Vertical Hold Episode 15, 2015

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The Stagefright Bug is bad news for Android — but how bad? Will Mu-MIMO change your wireless world? Can an “Online” GST really work? Can Alex’s voice last through the entire episode? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold! Continue reading “Stagefright Bug & Mu-MIMO: Vertical Hold Episode 15, 2015”

Going Postal, Going Dark and Going Running: Week In Review July 26 2015

writing Another week has passed — I just couldn’t stop it — and I’ve been a busy little scribe. Here’s a sample of my favourite bits of writing throughout the last week. Continue reading “Going Postal, Going Dark and Going Running: Week In Review July 26 2015”

Canon Maxify MB5360 Review

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Canon’s small office Maxify MB5360 inkjet printer provides good quality text and passable colour output, and is most notable for its relatively economical inks. Continue reading “Canon Maxify MB5360 Review”

Depression

I’m depressed, and that sucks. Continue reading “Depression”

Format Shifting: What Are The Australian Rules?

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You’re legally entitled to “format shift” — that is, transfer from one medium to another — copyrighted material in Australia, but only under specific circumstances. Continue reading “Format Shifting: What Are The Australian Rules?”

Yoshi, OLED, Windows 10, Kindles And Strippers: Week In Review: July 19 2015

writing I’ve been flat out writing, and it’s only pausing and looking at the week that was that I can keep up. Here’s a sample of my favourite bits of writing throughout the last week. Continue reading “Yoshi, OLED, Windows 10, Kindles And Strippers: Week In Review: July 19 2015”

Fat Duck Interlude: Patronise me!

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OK, this one has nothing to do with technology, except in how it’s used to crowdfund creative endeavours. Over at Alexkidman.com, I’ve been writing short fiction for some time now. Continue reading “Fat Duck Interlude: Patronise me!”