Huzzah! Once you’re done with the Easter festivities (and I’m just back from what was probably yet another excellent Easter sermon, were it not for the fact that I spent far too much time keeping the kids in line), why not head down to the shops and…
Oh. Right. They’re all shut. Or most of them are. Or something, depending on your local trading laws.
Well, anyway, tomorrow, why not head down to your local newsagency, and pick up the May issue of PC User magazine? Inside, you’ll find pages of my reviews of Network Attached Storage devices. Yes, I know, they’re not the most exciting of devices — until your PC crashes, the hard drives die, and you realise that your only system backup is on a NAS. At that point, you’ll want to marry one*. And I’ve covered every NAS I could get my grubby little hands on, testing them on the way, so that you don’t have to.
*Addendum: Buy two copies. My subs copy just turned up, and it’s also got my reviews of the Lexmark X9350 andTelstra Bigpond Movies For Windows Vista in there.
* Do not, under any circumstances, marry a NAS. Despite the name, they find it hard to make emotional attachments… **
** Alex would like to apologise for this appalling gag. Sometimes, these things just have to be done.