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coasts

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Jul 15, 2007
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www.lomohomes.com
#1
So, we're on 6th Ave and Houston looking for a place to eat...bring up the map and punch in "brunch"...here we go...French Roast...unsure about it so I read some reviews...sounds good...and we're off by subway...got two calls while underground...one was the boss...the other a friend...skip the boss's message to keep the mood light...good cup of coffee, some oatmeal and it's time to hit the shops...calendar tells me it's my niece's birthday...need a gift...Swatch is on the corner of W. Broadway and Prince...not far...hop in a cab and check out a video in traffic...my girl is looking cute so i snap a photo and send it off to her sister...For Rent sign off Bleeker so i take down the address and number on the Note Pad...check the weather...no chance of rain so we hit the park...all day, iPhone in hand helping along the way. kept the Treo in the bag and won't look at it again until Monday morning when the work bell rings. :cool:
 

Jeremiah

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Jul 11, 2007
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Maryland
#3
Aren't you going to tell us what you got for brunch, and how it was? Also, what about your nieces party, was it good? What about your boss' message, good news or bad news? Was the park fun :)? Did you get the number that you were writing down on the notepad?

lol.

So i guess its working pretty good in your life.
 

ColsTiger

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Mar 8, 2007
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Columbus, GA
#9
It is an amazing device. If you use your productivity software on your computer and sync it with your iPhone, you should really be able to save some time from now on.
 

rittchard

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Jun 30, 2007
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#11
That was a great example of what it's hard to convey to non-iphone users. It's just so damn... usable! While other smartphones can do the same functions, the usability factor just isn't the same, which eventually translates into non-use of a lot of functions. Fiddling with a stylus or navigating with a D-pad or whatever just isn't the same as the seamless interface you get with the touchscreen. With the iPhone just about every function is so easy and enjoyable to access, I find myself using it not just because I can, but because it gets me the information (or whatever) I want so easily and immediately.

Bleh, still hard to translate the "feel" into words :p