Between returning from Hong Kong and hosting visiting family from Canada, the second half of last week was a bit of a rushed blur and blogging once again became a low priority. Despite that, work continued, and I found myself on the virtual pages of CRN, looking at how Harvey Norman has bought out Clive Peeters.
The Hong Kong event got its main write-up on Wednesday when I cast a critical eye over HP’s printer apps plans. That day’s Lifehacker 101 looked at how to preserve your printed photos. The Loaded column on Thursday examined what constitutes legal tender (short answer: most retailers can set pretty much whatever payment policies they like). Friday’s Planhacker table looked at naked DSL plans, prompting me to contemplate yet again getting rid of my landline for good.
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