Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Coming Soon!


A review of cellular "text messaging" coming soon to this blog.

4 Comments:

Blogger Resa said...

tyler you are tooo cool for school!!!!

1:06 PM  
Blogger Tara said...

Personally, I've never had the patience to click the arrows up and down in order to choose the letter I wanted to type...as such, my cell phone address phone book is limited to 5 people. I'm glad that my cell has a four 20 count box/lists that will hold phone numbers in its memory for redial, incoming, outgoing, and missed calls...if I let your number drop off one of theses lists, you pretty much won't hear from me until you call me again...look forward to your review...

5:32 PM  
Blogger The Champ is Here said...

What's up T-Bone, I'm doing my paper on the same topic. I find text messaging to be prety useful, in fact sometimes it's the only thing that keeps me awake during classes. Did you consider discussing picture and video messaging too. Good luck man...

10:30 PM  
Blogger Resa said...

Text messaging eh? Text messaging is the death of me. I once had a $114 on top of my normal phone bill because of too much text messaging. My parents were not pleased, they usually pay the bill, but not this time. I had to put myself on a restriction. 30 messages a day. Being the lazy person that i can be (i'm so lazy i can't even move my pinky finger over far enough to reach the shift key for my capital i's.. but anyways) i don't want to waste my time counting up 30 messages in my in and out box. I've created a system. I clear my outbox every night and thus starting a count from zero in my outbox the following day. when i reach 14 messages in my outbox it means i probably have 14 messages in my inbox as well adding up to 28. i usually try to save those last two messages just in case i need to go over 30 on another day.

11:13 PM  

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