I got this for free when I worked for Apple a few years ago. It’s definitely a key component of my gym / workout outfit. Though I’ve been using the iPhone 3G’s GPS to track my runs as of late.
iPhone OS 3.0 was released today. One of the features I was most looking forward to is the ability to copy and paste.
So, here is a test blog post. I’m emailing a few photos taken with my iPhone that I copied from a photo album.
Here’s to technology!
Things have been relatively quiet on this end. You might wonder what’s going on.
I’ve been feverishly working with a few other fine folks on a new website.
Hoping to officially launch in the near future.
San Francisco based Current has the best (and most hilarious) summary I’ve seen yet on what Twitter is all about. I often have a hard time trying to explain to friends and family just what exactly Twitter is.
Also – Twitter co-founder Biz Stone was on the Colbert Report on Thursday night as well. Check out the interview!
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Pretty cool map of undersea cables from 1901!
Today, I picked up my 6th iPhone! This is my second iPhone 3G. Here is a brief history of my iPhone ownership and the interesting (and unique) problems I’ve had.
1.) Touch screen stopped working.
2.) Touch screen stopped working.
3.) Some weird short caused constant “device not designed for iPhone. Please use airplane mode” messages to appear, even if nothing was hooked up!
4.) Dock connector completely stopped working.
5.) iPhone 3G #1: Upgraded to iPhone 3G by choice. Hoping for relief. Just kidding! Glass screen began to delaminate from iPhone. Weird defect.
6.) iPhone 3G #2: Hopefully it will be perfect!
Some people have bad luck with iPods. I used to make fun of them. It appears I will have bad luck with iPhones. Stupid karma.