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2013: Week Seventeen: Cannot Count

Yeah, I know, there was no week Sixteen. Or, to be more strictly accurate, there was a week sixteen, but personal matters kept me away…

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2013: Week Fifteen: Snail's Pace

A slower than usual week, although I rather needed it. Still, broadband was tested, blackberries were kept appy and security came up one more time….

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2013: Week Fourteen: How Fragile We Are

This week was unusual in all sorts of personal ways, but on the publication front, things soldiered on… mostly. Apart from Wednesday, which was my…

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2013: Week Thirteen: Somebody's Watching Me

A week in which things took an entertainment slant, with dragons, doctors and a surprise appearance by Metal Mickey.

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2013: Week Twelve: So long, and thanks for all the fish

Many things happened this week, not all of them good, and not all of them within my usual home state. A week in which I…

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2013: Week Eleven: Stomping Grounds

You know who can deliver a good stomping? Elephants. Yeah, I know, I’m meant to be all about the Hippos, but Elephants are cool too….

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2013: Week Ten: Steaming Frozen 42" Google Commode

I’m not sure I’ve ever written about such a broad set of themes, from massive smartphones (some of which you can’t have) to building your…

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2013 Week Nine: Life… don't talk to me about life…

In which I discuss Australia’s 4G scene, phones you can’t have and whether it’s possible to gnaw your own face off…

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2013 Week Eight: ELVIS!

This week’s roundup is a little later than normal, because — look! Behind you! ELVIS!

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2013: Week Seven: Here Be Dragons

Dragons, I tell you. With big scaly wings, breathing fire, even though that’s going to make them rather unusual creatures from a biological standpoint.

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