Users of smartphones rejoice, slincoln blogs is now rocking the WPtouch Mobile Plugin. Which means faster pageviews for anyone who views this site on an iPhone, Blackberry Storm…oh who are we kidding, it makes the site load faster for me when I’m on my iPhone, and it looks neat too.
I was sitting I’m front of my computer as I’m usually prone to do on a Saturday when I happened to look out my window. It’s a fine day, so I logged off WoW and went for a walk. I don’t do this nearly enough, get out and breath fresh air, soak up natural lighting. This is the good stuff. As and added bonus a circuit around the the apartment property takes a good twenty minutes to a half hour so it’s decent exercise. And I even took pictures!
Here’s a great use for the iTunes Music Store iPhone app that I don’t think Apple intended for. The other day I was in Best Buy to pick up the remastered release of Pearl Jam’s Ten. While I was there another CD caught my eye, Amy MacDonald’s “This is the Life.” I’ve never heard of her so I fired up the iTMS app, did a search for the album, and listened to a few samples. Apple’s intention might be for me to buy that album through the iTMS, but I get as much value in just having ready access to a huge library of samples is tremendously valuable to me.
f. I got the Blackberry Storm. Phones are never going to be the same again.
Oh really Peter, phones will never be the same again because RIM came out with an iPhone clone?
I had an unexpected afternoon off today so I decided to go out for lunch. The problem was I didn’t know what I wanted to eat. Inspired by Top Gear I made a challenge out of it. I would let the Urban Spoon app decide where I would eat. After a few false starts — TCBY would not cut it for lunch — it settled on…
It’s been a running tradition of mine to write down the top five “Things I learned” on my whiteboard at work the last week of the year. Well this year my whiteboard is being used for other things (conversion QQ) so I am forced to use alternative measures. Therefore, without further ado, the top five Things I Learned in 2008:
5) The iPhone really is that great.
4) Super-majorities are over-rated
3) One Cup > 0-16
2) Huge, under-supervised bailouts for mismanaged financial giants = appropriate use of taxpayer funds. Huge under-supervised bailouts for mismanaged manufacturing giants = wasteful spending.
1) YES WE CAN!!
The Urban Spoon iPhone app that Apple has been so heavily promoting now finally supports Jackson and its surrounding environs. This is excellent because I always trust a computer algorithm more than I do when it comes. To picking where to get dinner.
Too bad their list of restaurants us out of date. So far I’ve found three places that have been closed for years. Still beggers can’t be choosers. Now if only ATT would roll out that 3G service.
While I was standing I’m line waiting for my lunch I did was I always do, check my email with the iPhone. This time a man wearing a cunning hat came up to me and asked, “is that an iPhone?”. He then peppered me with questions about the device, plan pricing, etc. I was surprisingly balanced in my response, going out of my way to play up the things about the iPhone that I find sub-standard, while at the same time saying it’s a brilliant phone. In all honesty I’m not sure there’s much I could have said either way to sway re gentleman on his purchasing decision. He seemed pretty fired up about returning his Instinct and getting the iPhone. It was a conversation I never expected to have in a Kentucky Fried Chicken that’s for sure.
There’s nothing more pretentious for an iPhone user to to than leaving the default “Sent from my iPhone” signature in place for sending email. It’s nothing more than showing off the fact that you have an iPhone. And yes, I still haven’t changed it on mine.
Sent from my iPhone.