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By on Aug 31, 2010 in Personal |

Hello readers,

I’m still busy writing for All About Symbian, and managing my CFS, so blog posts here have had to wait. However, I wanted to post a quick summary of my latest activities, and where you can find me these days.

My last-but-one blog post told of my very first podcast appearance. I’m pleased to say I’ve had a lot more podcast appearances since then. I’m a regular member on the All About Symbian podcast; and back in July I was a guest on episode 11 of Disaster Protocol, an information security podcast. I’ll also be making a return appearance on the Phones Show Chat podcast at the end of September.

My most exciting news is that I’ll be attending both days of the Nokia World 2010 event as part of the All About Symbian team! I’ll be in London from the 13th to 15th of September. I’ll also be attending the blogger meet at the 1000Heads office. I’m very excited about this, and it will be my first time in the field chasing stories. I am also going to have to carefully manage my Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Fortunately, my hotel room isn’t far away, so I can easily rest up if I need to.

In other news, I’m currently borrowing a Nokia N900, which I think is a fantastic piece of hardware, and Maemo5 is a great mobile operating system. I’ve been trying to flash it with a preview version of MeeGo, but I’m having technical problems with the files on the MeeGo repository – I’ll post back when I succeed. I’ve finally got an Android phone arriving on loan later this week – I’ve been writing about Symbian for so long, it’s about time I tried out an Android!

So that covers everything for now. I’m still hoping to find a way to make my technology journalism into a CFS-friendly living. If you know anyone who’d like to hire me, please tell them about me, or vice versa!

On that note, I’ll leave you with some video highlight’s of Nokia World 2009. If you’re not going, be sure to follow me on Twitter for my coverage. If you are going, I look forward to seeing you there!