Just submitted my latest Media Review column for this weekend’s home match against Norwich City.
I’ve submitted three articles for PCA: my regular Helpdesk column, a two-page project on safely optimising your Registry and finally a feature called “Move it”, all about transferring your programs, settings and files from one PC to another.
The third in my trilogy of tips features for Tech Radar has been published, namely “10 essential tips for recovering lost files”. You can read about it here.
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s article (see below) is another tips article for the Tech Radar web site: 10 really useful free Windows system tools, which you can read here.
My latest tips piece, “The really easy 10 step health plan for your PC” has been published here. I’ve also got two more 10 tips features due to be published over the next couple of days – the links will appear shortly.
My latest Five Days to the Weekend feature, on Linton in Cambridgeshire has been published online and can be viewed here.
I’ve just submitted my regular four-page Q&A column for issue 30 of the magazine, which will be published some time in April, 2009.
I’ve just submitted a two-page tutorial for issue 76 on creating a family history presentation with Cyberlink Medi@Show 2, which will be featuring on the cover disc. Issue 76 will be published on 30th March, 2009.
The latest edition of Future’s genealogy title was published yesterday, and I have two projects featured: a get-started guide for the Internet, plus a two-page project on shooting your own family history documentary.
Your Family Tree is available now from all good newsagents for £4.99. Find out more about it here.
The first of my regular weekly “Five days to the weekend” columns for the BBC Countryfile Magazine web site has been published – click here for a guide to Stow-on-the-Wold.