I'm sitting in front of my laptop, looking at hours and hours of audio I recorded while covering MSI's Master Overclocking Arena 2009 event in Beijing, China. With these recordings, I intend to compose a thrilling audio essay chronicling the exciting ins and outs of the overclocking event as well as the days and activities surrounding it. With any luck and a touch of skill, it will be a very enjoyable and entertaining report.
I was also, while sitting in front of my laptop, going to write show notes for episode 50 of the Tech Report Podcast... that is until I realized that episode 50 isn't due until Sunday, September 13, because we're releasing our episodes bi-weekly on the second and fourth weekends of every month.
In an effort to keep my MSI report timely and interesting, however, I will publish the story (in audio form with some supplemental pictures) as episode 49.5 of the podcast this coming Sunday, on September 6.
See you on Sunday.
Ok - so I lied - for a variety of reasons, we're looking at a Tuesday/Wednesday release. 'Till then.
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