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Switching to iPhone – Day 6

Sync Errors… If there ever was an example of the colorful acronym, SNAFU (Situation Normal: All F—-D Up), Technology would be the poster child–at least when it gets into my hands. My wife is frequently telling me that for a guy who makes part of his living as a personal technology consultant, I sure have […]

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Switching to iPhone – Day 5

Cases & Virtual Keyboarding Spent an hour in a very crowded NYC Apple store looking to nab a case for my WinMo AT&T Tilt replacement, the new 32 GB iPhone 3GS. What I found was a whole lotta not much–some were cool, but many crappy.  And I mean “what were they thinking!” kind of crappy, too. […]

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Switching to iPhone – Days 3 & 4

Finally, my first couple of work days using my new iPhone. I must admit that i was a bit worried–my phone/PDA is my life-line to the world of the self-employed. Before we move on, I’d like you to meet my new friend, Toki Tori. More on him after the bump.

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Switching to iPhone – Days 1 & 2

Continuing my experience with switching from the Windows Mobile AT&T Tilt to the iPhone 3GS. Looks & UI I have to say that while I was pretty impressed with my new, sleek, shiny little toy, the user interface kind of blew me away. “Dead Simple” doesn’t even begin to describe it. Not having to pull […]

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Vista & OS X: My Love/Hate List – 2. Pro Tools

Back when I first started working as an IT professional, the Mac and PC worlds appeared to be as separate as church and state. Businesses used DOS & Windows PC’s for typical office functions–word processing, spreadsheets, accounting, etc. Home computing added personal finance and gaming to the mix (anyone remember Quicken for DOS or Castle […]

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