Weekly Wrap 502: Smoke, mists, and a truth that hurts

Monday 6 to Sunday 12 January 2020 was even quieter than I predicted last week. The bushfires continued, affecting my plans for Friday and Saturday but fortunately not having a real effect. And a ZDNet story brought me to the attention of The Australian.


Media Appearances

Podcasts, Corporate Largesse


The Week Ahead

I’ll be cat-sitting in Sydney for the bulk of the week. While I’m doing that, I’ll also be writing for ZDNet and producing an episode of The 9pm Edict podcast, but exactly which things will be done on which days remains to be seen.

Further Ahead

A few events have been locked in. Please let me know if there’s anything I should add. Send airline tickets if it’s outside the Sydney region.

[Photo: K-Set in the mists at Wentworth Falls. An 8-car NSW TrainLink V-Set train pulls into Wentworth Falls station on 11 January 2020. The mists were a welcome change from the potentially dangerous bushfire conditions overnight, but they still smelled of smoke.]