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I finally managed to finish the two pieces for the magazine and can breathe a sigh of relief. This following closely on the heels of a much needed break this weekend. And now as I make a list of my to-do-list, well it is getting longer […]

I finally managed to finish the two pieces for the magazine and can breathe a sigh of relief. This following closely on the heels of a much needed break this weekend. And now as I make a list of my to-do-list, well it is getting longer and longer. Here is what I need to do in next 15 days.

* Write my column for Business2.com
* Answer 257 emails
* Finish four half-baked posts
* Review 3 Skype phones – including one from Linksys and one from US Robotics
* Play around with two USB speakerphones – mVox and IOGear
* Muck around with a Cisco-based VoIP phone system from M5 Networks
* Check out the new multimedia wireless router from Ruckus
* Take a gander at three Nokia devices including 8801 and 770
* Review the new Blackberry device
* Record two podcasts.
* Clean my office, and catalog all the paper.
* Pay the bills
* Decide if I really want to spend all that money on video iPod
* Find the next great story … I have an idea but need to do research.

And that doesn’t include nearly 20-odd folks to meet-and-greet for stories. Its getting hectic, though have to admit, Turkey Day does sound like a good reason to get all this out of the way.

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  1. Grady Scricketts Tuesday, November 8, 2005

    That’s it? You are such a slacker, Om…

    Just kidding! You are by far the best tech blogger on the net. Thank you very much for your insights.

  2. Gerard McGarry Tuesday, November 8, 2005

    Doesn’t it make you want to run, screaming out of the house and far, far away from civilisation?

    I know my survival technique is extreme narcolepsy when I’m under pressure!

  3. This is the “work” you have to do, play with all the latest toys?
    How do I apply for this “job” ? Looking forward to your review of the Intel-based Blackberry

  4. Multy,

    you don’t want my job. trust me. its not as much fun as it seems. oh well.

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