Monday, January 30, 2006
I have gotten a lot of use out of it thus far. I normally have my smartphone with me if I am leaving my house, so that means that I also have a copy of the Bible with me too. This is helpful for memorization, random requests for look-ups, quotes "for the moment" and filing those down times with valuable time in the Word. I have found that when I go to the phone and see that Bible icon, it even acts as an accountability mechanism to get me back into the Word.
For any Palm users who are looking for a Bible, in addition to Laridian there is a freeware version of various Bibles, called Bible Plus. Check it out at:
My friend Antoine uses and supports the software. While I have not used it yet, he gets a great deal of use out of it.
Do you have a Bible on your mobile device/s? Do you have other books on your mobile device/s? Why or why not?
Monday, January 23, 2006
So I am sending this from my smartphone, SMT5600.
I am using Splashblog to take and post pictures from my smartphone.
While their site does not say that it works on windows mobile 2003SE,
it does work.
Check it out ...
Do you post pictures on the fly from your mobile device?
Friday, January 20, 2006
I would recommend the Palm IIIxe to anyone looking to explore mobile computing with a PDA. I still have mine and might try to repair it to pass it on to a new user.
Do you keep your old PDAs, sell them or simply pass them on?
Monday, January 16, 2006
Sunday, January 15, 2006
I assumed it would not have been a big deal because I made my first post with my Treo 650. I can only assume there is a browser incompatibility issue. I am going to research this more, but I would have hoped that something like Blogger would be mobile friendly.
While I am not a Web site designer, I would encourage those that do build Web sites to keep mobile users in mind when building your site. Yahoo has been mobile friendly for a while and Gmail recently did the same. How important to you is it that Web sites are mobile friendly?
Friday, January 13, 2006
Well that chapter in geekdom closed when our office was broken into and my Visor was stolen. Thankfully I didn't have any springboard modules in it at the time, so I only lost the device and cradle. I sold the modem and CF adapter, but kept the backup module just in case I ever decided to get nostalgic and get another visor. Well, last year my boss had an original Visor that his wife used to use but no longer needed. You guessed it, I have it now and have used it to introduce my girlfriend to mobile computing. She now has moved onto a Clie.
So that was device number one for me. I'll continue to share about my devices and how they fit into my life, but I am curious about others encounters. What was your first device? Do you still have it? Are you using it?
Thursday, January 12, 2006
I would like to create a blog that is worth visiting. One that has fresh content on a regular basis. So my resolution is to make a post daily in the month of January. My thought is that if I post daily for several weeks straight, it will become a habit and I will be on my way to creating a 'worthy' blog. I can't promise that the content will be exciting, but there will be something new daily.
So today's post is done. What are your New Year's Resolutions?