Meanwhile, back in my day job . . .

Time to catch up on some more posts. At APC, there were details of what Skype has in store for 2009, and a long chat with Ruslan Kogan about the future of the Agora phone. Both, naturally, originated at CES, which was also the source of this week’s Road Worrier column, looking at my favourite travel gadgets from the show. Now for the rest of the Lifehacker catchup:

  • Do Aussie Workers Need To Take More Holidays? (blow to domestic tourism: the pic wasn’t taken in Australia)
  • How To Save Google Documents Into Your Own Account
  • Why IE8 Works Differently In Windows 7
  • Last Week’s Best Posts (traditional thumbs replaced with a Mirage volcano shot)
  • Five Things To Do This Weekend (yet another Vegas photo — yes, I’m milking it a bit)
  • US Travel Web Requirements Begin Next Week
  • Shop Around When Renewing Your Anti-Virus Software
  • If The Cloud Is Too Slow For The US, What Hope Does Australia Have?
  • Use A Plate Stand For Bedside iPod Touch Viewing
  • Where Does Your Notebook’s Power Really Go? (promptly picked up by the US site)
  • Is Too Much Of Your Budget Being Spent On Tech? (also a CES story)
  • Flexicord Remembers Not To Get Tangled (ditto)
  • Qantas Cuts Points Needed For Free Frequent Flyer Flights
  • Web Browsing Options For Windows Mobile
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