Back to the song lyrics for subject lines, I see. Bonus points for the first reader to tell me the artist and track name in this case. No clues.
Meanwhile, at an APCMag.com not very far from here:
Microsoft to re-release “every OS” to market: “Ambitious scheme to further extend Windows OS lifespan. Every Windows OS lifespan, in fact.”
And at the same time, at a GadgetGuy.com.au in the same rough vicinity:
Asus Eee PC 900: “Asus’ second take on the ultra-portable, ultra-cheap Eee PC concept has a lot going for it, including a larger screen, more storage space, Windows XP Home as a standard option and a multi-touch trackpad.”
And yet, somehow, there’s still more. The very pink June issue of Australian Netguide is out now, and the cover could (more or less) just read “Alex wrote this”. Let’s check, shall we? “Go Wireless — your no-fuss guide to networking your home PCs”. Yup, I wrote that. “Tested- Wireless Routers” — yep, that’s one of mine too.* The Alex-flavoured goodness extends within, where you’ll find reviews of the Netgear WNR834B RangeMax, Belkin N1 Vision, D-Link DIR-300, Billion BiPAC 7404 VGP-M, ASUS WL-600G, Linksys WRT160N, Netcomm BP504UK Wireless Bundle, Olympus Tough Lite 850SW, HP Pavilion tx2000, Logitech Pure-Fi Anywhere, Blaze HDTV Tuner, Moneyworks Cashbook, Carbonite, Network Magic Pro, Sony DRX-S70U, Maxtor OneTouch 4 Plus 750GB, Frontlines: Fuel Of War, Lost, Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings and Gran Turismo 5 Prologue.
Oh, and the broadband guide. Whew.
*If you want to be really concerned, 80% of the cover stories in this issue were written by Kidmans, and the only other story was written by someone also called Alex…