Issue #109 (or June 2007 if you’re date-minded) of Netguide Magazine is available now, and as is usually the norm, you’ll find my words of wisdom within. Quite a few of my words, in fact; a full review of Sony’s Playstation 3 console, a guide to setting up a home wireless network — clearly becoming my signature area of writing in 2007 — along with a comparative review of keyboards and mice, which might not sound like the most thrilling of subjects — but we all use them, and some are great — and some awful.
In the standalone reviews sense, the issue includes reviews of: StumbleUpon, Skype 3.1, Microsoft Expression Web, Zoner PhotoStudio 9, iTunes (Complete My Album/EMI DRM-Free Music), PC Tutor Learn Windows Vista & Office Deluxe, Sagem My401c, Toshiba Gigashot GSC-R60, Plantronics .Audio 370 Multimedia Headset, Test Drive Unlimited (PC, PS2, Xbox 360), Infernal (PC), Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2 (Xbox 360) and Resistance: Fall Of Man (PS3). All that, plus the broadband table too! What are you waiting for???
While on the subject of nets, CNET.com.au has another online review of mine up as well:
Lexmark X3550: “Initial set-up of the X3550 involves the usual mix of cartridge loading, default language selection and the removal of all those curious bits of tape — in the X3550’s case they’re blue snippets. Whoever came up with the idea of sticking bits of printers down should probably have patented it — they’d make a fortune.”