Sometimes it feels like I never stop writing. The practical upside of this is that “they” never seem to stop publishing me. I’m still not sure if that’s a good or bad thing, though.
Case in point: The next issue of Netguide Magazine hits shelves on Wednesday. My contributions include a feature on adding technology to your family car (and what happens when you drive said technology halfway around Australia), reviews of Notebooks under $1,500, possibly the fabled Retro games feature (I can’t check — it’s not out until Wednesday), as well as standalone reviews of (deep breath): Free Internet TV 4.61, System Surveillance Pro 3.7, Linksys WRT54GC Compact Wireless Router, RecoverMyFiles 3.80, Microsoft Digital Image 2006 Suite Edition, Coolect 1.10, Nokia N70, Netcomm NP285 Turbo HomePlug, Legend Digital LPVR160 Personal Video Recorder, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Rollercoaster Tycoon: Wild!, Prince Of Persia: The Two Thrones and Shadow The Hedgehog.
Go out. Purchase copies, give them to your co-workers. And before any PR types hassle me, I don’t hand out the free issues myself — you’ll need to check with the editor. Or go out and buy some yourselves. There’s a great idea.
On the web front, CNET.com.au has a single new review of mine up:
Plantronics Pulsar 590A: When you hit the words “Bluetooth Headset”, you generally tend to think of small hearing-aid style devices as worn by fearfully fashionable city types who’ll probably walk in front of a bus one day while they’re broadcasting mobile call details to all and sundry…