3 Weeks with iPhone 3G

I slept overnight outside the Palo Alto Apple Store to get this White 16GB iPhone on the first day. I immediately fell in love with the new physical design – the new iPhone feels so much nicer in my hands than the original iPhone. In fact, I’ve been using this new iPhone mostly without a[…]

One Week With A Nokia N95

I’ve been using a Nokia N95 8GB (N95-2) for the past week. And I just took the SIM card out and put it back in my iPhone. Here’s why: The user interface feels outdated after getting used to the iPhone. It feels more like Windows than Mac if you know what I mean. It doesn’t[…]

Seeking Better Mobile Solution

So, I love my iPhone. There are some things that it can’t do that I really really want. 3G Data Speeds… EDGE is too damn slow. Video Broadcasting … no app exists, and it would be too slow anyway. GPS. Location-based notifications among other things, also broadcasting my location. Also, tracking my whereabouts for posterity.[…]

Getting Connected, Staying Connected

So, I’ve been using a Sprint Mobile Broadband card (it’s actually through a reseller: Millenicom – great deal btw), for awhile now. I use it in the car, by the beach, in my hotel room, and actually quite often in class – because unfortunately CruzNet (the UCSC WiFi network) is definitely not ubiquitous on campus,[…]

Facebook for iPhone… Still Incomplete

I just saw a post by Robert Scoble, where he mentions the iPhone interface for Facebook that Joe Hewitt created. Facebook for iPhone looks pretty slick, I’ll admit that. But it is also missing a ton of essential features.My top wishlist / feature requests: Commenting on photos Edit Profile info Message people from their profile Groups These are[…]