Sorry I haven't blogged for ages, I've been really busy.
(That's not me trying to subtly hint that I have some sort of exciting, high falutin lifestyle by the way. By 'busy' I mean dealing with a broken washing machine, stuff like that)
Anyway to make up for my long silence, here's a picture of a monkey on the phone.
And here's my only bit of news.
I've had another article published by Comment is Free, this time about Amazon reviews.
If you follow this blog you might be aware that I waste a lot of my spare time writing spoof product reviews, both under my own name and in other guises, including a born-again Christian character called Noel.
In the past my reviews have been picked up on by Radio 2's Weblebrity of the Week and by Olly and Helen who once nominated me for Web Jape of the Year. This is how one of the CiF editors became aware of me.
So when a string of suspect praise was posted for a self-help book on Amazon last week, they asked me as a professional* faker, to cover it.
Here's the article: http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/mar/07/online-books-reviews-amazon
And here's a final thought on International Women's Day (slash Pancake Day - as a feminist and a lover of batter based desserts I simply don't know what to do with myself!)
Leona Lewis has been named by Metro readers as the most influential woman to live or work in London in the past century.
No, I don't know either.
*not in the literal or actual sense of the word. Or even the loosest for that matter.