iPhone. Therefore I am.
A friend was very surprised that I bought an iPhone. I bought a Nokia N95 8GB and one of the key reasons was the 5 Megapixel camera
Compared to that, iPhone camera resolution is just 2 and out of the box, there is no option to record videos. I still do not know how to record videos.. But it does not matter _so_ much now!
The apps more than make up for this missing feature!
Most of the iPhone Ads end with “Solving Life’s Dilemmas one app at a time”
The Nokia N95 GB was not one of the first answers for “When your house is on fire..” scenario. The iPhone is
The iPhone and many of the apps are awesome and inspiring..
In Hard Work and Practice in Programming, Tim O’Reilly writes
There’s a long arc in computing that teaches us how much we gain through advances in ease-of-use, with the iPhone being the latest breakthrough success. But it’s important to remember how much we lose when we think that ease of use is everything. Many things worth doing are hard, requiring a great deal of practice before you achieve mastery.
The iPhone inspires me to achieve mastery in many areas
ps: I have been twittering more often and that will only increase with tweetie getting better.. => twitter.com / colladude
pps: Another article comes to mind so very often in the last days Helping to Write History
“So,” he [Obama] said. “What’s your theory on speechwriting?”
“A speech can broaden the circle of people who care about this stuff,” Favreau said. “How do you say to the average person that’s been hurting: ‘I hear you. I’m there. Even though you’ve been so disappointed and cynical about politics in the past, and with good reason, we can move in the right direction. Just give me a chance.’ ”
“I think this is going to work,” Obama said.