Ok , so i’m still taken by my E90, but I can’t argue with the facts. Browsing the internet with the E90 is a treat. The automatic page adjusting and resizing, makes almost any web page readable, just like on a normal PC.
Another nice feature is voice activated dialing, with speech recognition, which means that you don’t need to train your phone.
Ok, I admit it, I’m a techno/gadget freak. There is nothing more exelrating then purchasing a new gadget and getting to learn it. For me, the Nokia E90 is something I’ve wanted to buy for a long time, but was not available in Israel at shops. I have no idea why is that, but only today I was able to purchase it off the counter.
So here I am, working on my new E90 to transfer my existing cell phone data. So let’s remark on the following: THE FACT THAT I LIVE IN ISRAEL – DOES NOT MEAN THAT I WANT TO DEFAULT TO HEBREW!
Who in their right mind will work with a Hebrew based cellphone, that is pure blasphemy.
So, I set it up to work with English, and now time to sync my mail. The full size keyboard makes the setup really easy and fast, however, the keys are a little too flat for my taste, making my somewhat chubby fast fingers mistype words – well, I guess I can’t have everything.
The inside screen size and resolution is amazing, making the entire use experience a most enjoyable one.
I will publish other findings as I come across them…
Ok, after running on WordPress 2.3.1 for almost 6 months now, I finally upgraded to version 2.5.1. In addition, I’ve also modified the theme to be a bit more modern, as the old theme was a little too grey for my taste.
If anyone experiences any issues, please report back.
Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, had been reported as egged by an Hungrian student, during a lecture at the Budapest University. Now, as much as I would have wanted to be there myself, I have to admit that egging him is somewhat childish, unless that would have been followed by a frying pan to match…
In any case, here’s the video from the event:
Hi guess it was bound to happen, someone had actually read the book and reviewed it. Amazingly enough, the review was a positive one (I was worried that my book was over simplified).
You can read the review here: My AsteriskNOW Book Review