I find it a bit puzzling when I hear someone who is a fan of the not all the time sports talk radio station 1310 The Ticket complains that Peter King’s MMQB column in Sports Illustrated isn’t always about football.
I hear the radio team of the Dallas Cowboys will also be the TV team for the pre-season. That sounds cool.
I learned how to write in cursive in the second grade, and recall thinking the cursive “z” – in particular the capitalized one, just didn’t seem to fit. I was reminded about that experience reading this Time article.
I wonder if there is anyone that strictly writes in cursive. I think most folks combine it with the printed letter or some other kind of self-invented penmanship.
It must be an interesting feeling living off people’s donations and tithes. I bet my spending habbits would change drastically.
For the first time, I ate something at Whataburger other than a taquito or a cheesburger. The grilled chicken sandwich was pretty good.
I’ve been in the doldrums for the last couple of days. I’m trying to find a way out of the funk.
Someone asked me if I would give an update on my thoughts on the Pre after having it for a while.
It’s not an iPhone killer, it’s just different. But I really prefer having a real keyboard.
Batterlife should be much better.
I wish the camera had a zoom, but I think the quality of the pictures are nice.
Official applications – there aren’t many, and by now I would have expected more. However, there are a lot of unofficial ones out there when you do a simply Google search.
Apple updated iTunes so that the Pre could no longer synch with it, then Palm came out with an update that allows synch. It’s an interesting cat and mouse game.
The cut and paste feature is nice, but a little cumberson.
I wish it could turn into a light saber. A blue one.
The quick search feature is awesome.
Maybe it does this and I just don’t know how, but I wish email would update instantly. If I delete an email, then go online to check it, it’s still there. The tester in me makes me check these things.
I like how it feels, weighs, and fits in my pocket like smooth river stone.
If the keyboard is slided out and you are on a call, and you slide it shut, that should end the call, but it doesn’t. That should at least be a feature.
Overall I love the phone, especially from my old Treo. If I were to pick between it and the iPhone, I would probably pick the iPhone only because of the number of applications, but like I said, I like having a real keyboard. Not to mention, there’s no way I’m every willingly going to give ATT any of my money ever again.