Sun Pony Ranch

Diary of novice (clueless) ranch owners

Friday, December 21, 2007

New toys

Tee hee! I got a new phone. All of us got one cause our plan was AT&T -- as in from before it became Cingular then came back. This wasn't really for xmas, but it took so long to make a decision that it's working out this way.

Anyway, I'm excited cause it's a smartphone (AT&T Tilt) that can do word docs and pdf docs. Sooo... I'm on the bus composing my very first mobile document! I'm afraid this all might be far more interesting to me than any of y'all... Heh, too bad cause I'm stuck on this bus with nothing else to entertain me. :)

Hey there, am back now. It's snowing like mad so decided to ditch work. Not much going on today anyway. Well, not until I got on the bus at least! I went to call my friend (on the old phone) who is due for dinner tonight, and discovered I had missed calls from my sister and a txt msg. Returned the txt and made my call. Only to receive another call and txt in the meantime! Picked up the voice msg - which was from a guy I've been playing phone tag with all week - so typed his # into the grocery list I was also writing on the new phone.... Hee! - I could get used to this mobile office thing!

I don't have any music loaded on it yet... Soon though! The cable I grabbed was the wrong one. :( Also looking forward to trying out my latest ebook on here. No more having to open up the laptop on the bus/plane to read!

One of these days I'll have to actually activate the phone.

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Anonymous aliceathome said...

LOL, I got a new phone 6 months ago which does every damn thing. Am still using my old one because I haven't had time to transfer all my phone numbers and learn how to use the new one...

Hope you had a Merry Christmas honey! And here's to a Happy New Year!

Jaynexx

12/27/07, 8:55 AM  
Anonymous Brian said...

Very cool. Apparently PC Mag liked it too.
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2704,2225098,00.asp

Now you need a SlingBox to watch TV on the road. Also check to see if Google Maps Mobile will use the GPS. And Mirosoft's Live.com may have some useful mobile apps too.

12/31/07, 12:23 PM  

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