This is quite possibly the most addictive song ever written.
(direct link to mp3 file, may contain members of the Monkees)
Or performed. Or whatever.
It will stick itself into your brain and refuse to let go. You’ll be humming it all day long, without fail, until you resort to drilling into your skull to release its tuneful melodies. I recommend a Dulux #37 Trepanning Drill bit for that kind of work.
In other news, the fine folk at CNET.com.au have a duo of articles of mine live today; one review and one feature:
LG TU500: “The TU500 isn’t going to win any fashion awards, but underneath its pedestrian skin lurks a highly capable Next G phone…”
Tech on tour: “Can technology make the hassles of a family car trip simpler? Alex Kidman decided to put technology to the test on the road…”
Meanwhile, in the print world, issue #108 of Netguide magazine is out on store shelves now. Ardent Alex-seekers… no, wait, that doesn’t work, as the deputy editor is also an Alex… erm.. ardent Kidman-seekers… no, the clone writes for Netguide too. Oh, this is just getting too difficult. If you’re looking for my work in print, you probably have some kind of obsession (or you’re a PR type keeping diligent track of your clients), and within this issue you’ll find reviews of (in no particular order) : Acer e700, HP Pavilion m8070 Media Centre PC, Toshiba Qosmio G30, Altech M2000, Netgear Powerline 200MBps Adaptors, NetComm Wireless HomePlug NP290W, Motorola MOTOFONE, Capax Digital Writing Pad A4 + Graphic Tablet, Sanyo VPC-CA6, Mio Digiwalker P350, Compro VideoMate T750, Viewsonic PJ503D Projector, Parallels Desktop For Mac, Ricky Ponting International Cricket 2007, The Sims: Life Stories, The Sims: Seasons, Crackdown and Okami.