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I broke down and ordered a PDA on Tuesday because my RAZR was so decrepit that it was no longer practical as a cell/land-line and it was here by Thursday night. I figured that there were no other decent small phone options from my service provider so I might as well go big or go home.

So stoked, but I can see why these things are so addictive.


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6 thoughts on “CrackBerry

  1. I’m gonna get one too. Probably the Motorola Q. It’s funny, I use my phone more for texting and emailing than actual talking.

    Posted by S* | May 25, 2007, 9:47 am
  2. We’ll know how addicted you are when you start to twitter from it on the blog…

    Posted by Logical Philosopher | May 27, 2007, 12:23 am
  3. Let me know which one you got, and how yo like it.I’ve been debating between a BB and a Treo for awhile.

    Posted by Eric | May 27, 2007, 3:54 pm
  4. lp – too true!eric – I got the Nokia E62. I really wanted the Blackberry Curve but it’s not out in Canada yetI like the Nokia a lot more than I though I would, it doesn’t have a camera ubt I’m not one of those people who thought camera phones were a swell idea.It’s got a lot of really useful apps like a pdf reader and the golf game on it is pretty good. I’m still getting used to the interface thought since it’s probably been about 4 or 5 years since I last owned a Nokia.I like it better than the Blackberry Pearl, but that’s just me.

    Posted by team gingerbread | May 28, 2007, 7:28 am
  5. does it have like a full featured web browser or one of those lame mini browser…the idea of having a phone that I can check gmail, type witty retorts, and update my site on makes me cream my pants…hrm. well. I suppose I spared your site from indecent awkward comments for too long.

    Posted by Eric | May 30, 2007, 2:33 am
  6. I haven’t really used the browser as much as I could have (my data plan doesn’t come into effect until my next billing cycle) but it seems like a pretty high-functioning mini browser.I didn’t have a problem loading most of the pages I navigated to (and I wasn’t looking at pages optimized for mobile browsing either)

    Posted by team gingerbread | May 30, 2007, 11:59 am

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