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Serene Village (Shot by a Blackberry)
Reflections at the end of the Day (Shot by a Blackberry 8100)
Goodbye Day, Hello Night (Shot using a Blackberry Pearl)
I first used a cellphone in 1992. If
My next cellphone was in 1993 with Mobiline - an Audiovox which on the 2nd day I dropped and for months its LCD was creeping from the sides to the middle and it took a lot of guts for me to tell Mobiline that I lost it and to ask for a replacement. My number then 0912-5282601, which was also my number when I moved to Globe Telecom, except for the prefix numbers.
Then I moved to Globe, tried and got tired of an Extelcom, had a Smart, a Sun sim, and on our 2nd day in Canada - a Rogers cellphone. So it's been a long relationship to communication devices that makes me almost attached to it that I carry a phone even while taking a bath. :)
So on July 11, which is tomorrow, the whole communication world will experience the first reincarnation of do-it-all cellphones - one that can be used for practically everything (except for video taking and 1 or 2 more).
Presenting the IPhone 3G.
Although I'm not lining up to get one, not even to break the record to have the longest wait for anything :)
This guy stayed in the Philippines, where he may have gotten the cellphone bug from the Philippines, a known cellphone-loving country where there are close to 40 million subscribers just between Globe (15 million) and Smart (25 million), that's half of the population of a country considered to be one of the poorest economically in the world.
And if you're doing it, I mean lining up for an Iphone 3G, please don't wear a suit. :)
I can't imagine what will be the next set of phones? Will it be able to save the world?
Rogers Canada caves in with a 6GB plan for Iphone 3G for $30/monthly. Sweet.