Is that an I-phone? What all do they do and who do you buy the service from when you have one of them? When I move into more civilization where cell phones actually work, I'm going to trade in my old bare basics phone for something more sexy.I can't believe you saw the Eagles. I love that band. Most of their music is in my song library and I hear something Eagly every day.
D loves his iPhone. I am a bit of a Luddite, still using a Virgin Mobile pay-as-you-go...
Anya, yes, it's an I-phone. It does everything. Phone, ipod, e-mail, internet, camera, GPS. You can load songs on it and use it like an ipod, you can load videos on it and watch them. The Eagles were fantastic! Amazing! I wish you could have seen them. If they come to do a concert near you, you should go! (I think they are just beginning this tour.)Bearette, I am actually a bit of a Luddite too. The thing does intimidate me a little, but I decided to go for it!
I don't even have a cell phone, nor do I want one - yet I'm jealous. Your making a trip to mecca, the place of cool, calm, excellent, less is more design and technology. Our nearest apple mecca is NYC or Toronto. sigh. ps. I taped a 5 hour marathon of Jon & Kate + 8 the other night which includes the Korean dinner. Can't wait to watch 10 commercial free back to back episodes. sweet.xo, S & les Gang
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