Wednesday, June 20, 2007
new phone
I got myself a new Motorola SLVR a couple of days ago. My old phone was working fine, but it was several years old, and wasn't compatible with Verizon's Mobile Web 2.0. I had just gotten an e-mail from Verizon saying that they were going to discontinue Mobile Web 1.0, so I figured now was a good time to pick up a new phone. Plus, having a new phone (with a new contract) effectively prevents me from getting dragged into Steve Job's reality distortion field, and blowing $600 on an iPhone.

I haven't done too many exciting things with the SLVR yet, but I did manage to hook it up to my computer and transfer a song to it, using the instructions found here and with a spare USB cable. And I tried to get BitPim working, but didn't have any luck. (I didn't spend too much time on it though.)

I may pick up a 2GB MicroSD card for it, and load some more music onto it, but I really don't need to do that, since I already have an iPod Nano.


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