Sue Woolfe

Tag: phone

New phone

by on Mar.17, 2012, under Fun Stuff, Gadgets, Life

I so need a new fucking phone. I want  a smart phone so badly. I am tired of this stupid ass blackberry. I am going to get a new phone if it kills me. Every time I turn around this one is crashing or can’t handle the media content I want, not to mention that the apps are old and tired. I need fresh and new. I want an I Phone, but they are just way too expensive. I am thinking about the new Droid Razor though. It’s a little pricey, but totally worth it.

I found some really neat apps that u can play with in different ways. One of them, you turn on your camera and the app and it maps the constellations you point it at. That is too cool. I love it. I also want to be able to upload and save content from my phone as well. There is also the added benefit of music. I can play music on it as well as save tons of songs in the phone and access them online too. I so love that. It keeps my phone from filling up the memory too fast. I am so excited.

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by on Jan.08, 2012, under Life

WOOO HOOO ! ! I got a new Android phone ! and OMG there is so much shit in this phone is unbelievable. I can do so much with it..I love it I love it I love it… *does a little happy dance* This is fucking awesome. My year is already starting out great. Oh and btw, I made this post from my new phone.  =)

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Apps Galore

by on Oct.26, 2011, under Fun Stuff, Technology

My new cell phone is awesome. I can download apps to do all kinds of really cool things. I found some good ones from my brother’s Android phone and I want to ask each of my friends what are their top 10 favorite apps. So far, my favorite is the one that tells me the planets, stars and constellations when I point the camera up toward the night sky. I just love that one!

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Less Talk

by on May.21, 2011, under Life, Technology

This morning I was thinking about how communications have been changing for people in my generation. Almost no one goes to the store and buys stationery or cards and puts them in the mail We use the internet to send things like that. It’s free, it’s easy, and there are lots of nice web sites that have cute animated cards that say everything you would want to say.

No one has a home phone any more. And unless your job is white collar that requires a phone at your desk for work, most of us don’t use the phone to talk to anyone except our closest friends.

Also, we don’t use email much anymore. . So much email is just spam anyways. I use Facebook and Twitter to keep up with my people, pus a short text from my phone. We talk a lot less but we still communicate.

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So Long and Good Riddance to Verizon

by on Sep.17, 2010, under Life, The Web

I’ve been waiting for the end of October to arrive so that I can finally say good-bye to my current cell phone provide which unfortunately Verizon. I’ve been stuck with them for the last two years and the count down for October 31st, 2010 began shortly after signing on the dotted line with line.

I need a new phone, nothing fancy, I’m not even into texting or using the Internet on a cell phone and it definitely needs to be a flip phone. I’m so tired of butt calls since my current piece of crap isn’t a flip phone. And the buttons have to be big enough for my thick fingers to be able push correctly all the buttons needed on today’s cell phones.

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