But now it's full of evil clowns…

Some sleep would be nice right about now. But my time is heavily constrained; not only do I have work, but also the “fun” (if it can be called that) of a two year old with a broken wrist. Sleep… yeah, that’ll be the day.
Work, though, continues apace. Firstly, there’s my regular Mac Blog at PC Authority:
Mac Authority: Microsoft’s Ads are clever, but why are they bothering? “Alex Kidman thinks Microsoft’s latest anti-Apple ad campaign is clever, but isn’t quite sure what the point is…”
Those who follow my Twitter feed would also have seen my very quick take on today’s NBN announcement. I figured (correctly, as it turned out) that my regular news outlets would already have somebody on that beat for longer stories, so I just added to the NBN discussion online, for a change.pcu_may09
In the print world, I’m all over the May issue of Australian PC User Magazine. Start at page 28 — four pages of flash drive testing in all its glory. Jump forth to page 46 for a couple of pages on flash memory cards, continuing a memory theme, really. But I’m only just getting warmed up, with standalone reviews of the HTC Dream, Logitech Harmony 1100i, Altec Lansing Expressionist Classic Speakers and D-Link DSM-210. I’m still not done yet, though! On the games front, there’s what I suspect is the only review anyone’s ever done of the Rock Mee (there’s a reason for that, but I won’t spoil the mag by saying why), and the rather more frequently reviewed 50 Cent: Blood On The Sand and Street Fighter IV to boot.

Author: Alex

Alex Kidman is a multi-award winning Australian technology writer, former editor at Gizmodo, CNET, GameSpot, ZDNet, PC Mag, APC, Finder and as a contributor to the ABC, SMH, AFR, Courier Mail, GadgetGuy, PC & Tech Authority, Atomic and many more. He's been writing professionally since 1998, and his passions include technology, social issues, education, retro gaming and professional wrestling.

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