Call me a drone. Call me a techno geek. Accuse me of being fascinated by sexy hardware and intuitive operating systems. Call me an Apple zealot. You can say whatever you want, and while it may be accurate, you will not diminish in anyway the joy that is the Apple iPhone. I had my company buy me one and I am loving it!!
This is my new favorite toy:
The Dynaflex Powerball.
I got it at ThinkGeek.com. One of my favorite toy sites.
My next cell phone will soon be released in the United States of America.
I currently have the Nokia 6800 and I love it. I have had it for a couple years. However, Nokia has created the next version of it and I want it. It is the Nokia E70. Although I am also still considering the Nokia E61, I am pretty sure I will get the E70, mostly because it will be the first of the two to be released here I am already used to the style.
When I got my first phone back in 1999, it was a Nokia. Ever since then I have loved Nokia phones. They are the only brand I have ever owned, and I have owned many of them. They make very good quality phones.
For more information on E-Series phones, check out this excellent E-Series blog.
I am now the proud owner of an Apple computer!!! To be specific, a MacBook Pro. Woohoo!!!
I have been using some form of computer since I was about 9 years old and Atari came out with their first game system. I have used Commodores, IBM clones, Sun microcomputers, Windows based system, Unix and Linux computers. I have used Windows and Linux systems for years. Now, finally, after 24 years of using a majority of the other types of computers and operating systems that are out there, I have come to the Apple Mac OS X. I have been using it at work now for about 6 months and I really have to say, I love it!!!
Apple hardware is just plain SEXY! That is all there is too it. It is very well designed with so many little features that just make the computers so wonderful. They think of everything! The Operating System is built for Apple computers and vice versa. So with the combination of amazing hardware and an operating system that was built for the hardware, you get a very sturdy and robust system. I could go on, but I can tell you are already bored. So here are a couple of quick photos.