So by the time I finish writing this post, Grad Theft Auto IV will be on sale. This is probably the first time that I have been genuinely jealous of PS3/XBox 360 owners.
The only reason I look forward to Monday morning is Charlie Brooker’s excellent weekly column on the Guardian website. I could read it in the Sunday paper but I’m high-tech… and I like killing 5 minutes at work whilst pealing crusty chunks out of my sleep deprived eye sockets.
I’m sure that anyone who is remotely interested in technology, Apple in particular, will have heard of the small company Psystar who have recently hit the headlines with their Open Mac. For the rest of you, the Open Mac is a regular PC that is (apparently) able to run OS X with no difficult fiddling. You can even order it with Leopard pre-installed.
I booked our flight from Hong Kong to Tokyo this week. We ran into a bit of trouble with Tokyo as it seems that travel companies aren’t really too fond of the little island of Japan.
I noticed Louis Theroux’s new documentary on the BBC’s main page under their little iPlayer heading. Firstly, I wonder why this one didn’t get the publicity that the earlier episodes of this series received. Or is it just that I’m not as clued up on TV’s goings on since I lost my access to digital TV and it’s EPG.
I know this is really late but I have uploaded a few pictures I took at the Wembley Cure gig I went to the other week in March to Flickr.
I have been fairly terrible at giving this blog the attention it deserves over the last week or so. Partly this is because my girlfriend has been using my iMac for her university dissertation (her TiBook is still out of service due to a faulty power supply. I’ve ordered another one so hopefully I can use that while she uses the iMac. It’s running Leopard and I think Time Machine was designed specifically for people writing two 8000 word essays).