The Gadgetress blog launched five years ago as a spot to post my high-tech musings. It evolved into a gadget-review column, then a how-tech-saves-money site and finally a blog dedicated to reporting the latest on local TV and mobile services.
But all good things must come to an end and the Gadgetress blog is retiring. That’s because after nearly 10 years at the Orange County Register, I’m leaving this great gig — and Orange County — for that mysterious “to pursue other opportunities.”
It’s really a mystery to me what I’ll be doing next. I’m taking a break for a few months. Seriously. I may return to the world of tech journalism. If you want to keep track of what’s next for me, just head to my personal site at tamara.net.
I enjoyed every minute, especially the interaction with readers. Thank you readers, fans, critics, the companies and even Time Warner Cable. I’ve learned a lot from all of you and hopefully vice versa. I’ve updated the story archives so if you’re looking for an old post on TV service, here’s where to go:
For all other tech-related stories and questions, here are a few people who may be able to help you:
- The PC Club Q&A will continue. Readers can still submit questions to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Help Me” in the subject head.
- John Dunphy, OC Register editor who oversees technology coverage: email@example.com
- Ian Hamilton, OC Register reporter who covers tech in Irvine and has a soft spot for all-things Apple: firstname.lastname@example.org