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Typing on the iPhone

posted by David Kuo

ok, this is actually really cool. I have had it for a few hours but haven’t had much time to fiddle -now i am fiddling and it is better than I thought it would be. To call it a phone is a bit of a disservice. It is really an amazing little computer/ipod/tv/phone and thank you to the people at apple because they have managed to create something truly gorgeous and fun that really does eliminate all those horrid things we experience with cell phones – all those ridiculous menus, the “web browsing” that is silly, etc. etc. It is great and I’m so glad I went and did it. It was joyous – it made me smile and everyone else was smiling too…a nice afternoon. An amazing “phone”. I typed this blog entry on it.



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Thinker

posted June 30, 2007 at 1:45 am


Can you synk it with your computer? so the information is backed up?
It has 8 gig. My IPOD has 80. Now all I put on my Ipod is books. Hey I think I’ll put David’s book on the ol IPOD . Are you the one doing the reading on it? Then again, I could download Obama’s book. Love to hear him speak. Such fun these toys.



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Doug

posted June 30, 2007 at 8:06 am


Will someone remind me: Is envy a deadly sin or venal. Venal, right? How about lying?



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I_Like_Dragyn

posted June 30, 2007 at 4:51 pm


I believe you mean “venial”. Either way, envy is a deadly sin. But remember, so is pride such as for a new piece of technology (@_@)



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I_Like_Dragyn

posted June 30, 2007 at 4:52 pm


I mean that in the most jovial way, by the way.



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Donny

posted July 1, 2007 at 9:33 am


How is it any different other than the phone aspect, than what you can do with a Dell Axim 51 pocket computer?
And what happens if the phone feature stops working? Aren’t you out your PDA when you send it out for repair?
Should the two really be joined?



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Doug

posted July 1, 2007 at 9:57 pm


Not according to Leviticus, they shouldn’t, Donny. Certainly not.



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Trish Ryan

posted July 2, 2007 at 9:58 am


Very cool. I trust you didn’t stand in line for 79 hours to get your new phone?
Keep us posted as you discover new features.



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