After a week with my Treo 700p, I have learned (again) that things one wish for do not always turn out to be as good as our dreams.
Archive for June, 2006
This Inquirer article is why camera phones were invented
After my first 24 hours with the Treo 700p, I have two applications up and running. ChatterEmail is my IMAP savvy email client, while IM Plus just now came to life on the AOL IM network.
My Treo 700p arrived near the end of the work day. Here’s how things are going so far.
I unpacked the Treo, plugged in the optional travel charger (very slick — it lights up to let you know it has juice.
Last week Conrad Hunziker at Nightskyhosting, my (fabulous) ISP, installed the latest and greatest WordPress engine, 2.0.3 for my blog.
This housekeeping change should be largely transparent to you, but I’ve noticed a glitch in comments. For example, my note about ordering a Treo 700p (sadly, it did not arrive before the weekend…) has a comment, but that post says “0 comments.” We’ll have to fix that.
After almost two years of dithering, today I ordered a Treo 700p.
I wanted the Motorola Q so much. But ultimately, my seven years of mainly positive experience with the Palm, plus the Palm-friendly IT staff here at work made the decision for me.