iPhone 3G: Real-World Use
I've now had my iPhone 3G for four days, and I've had a chance to use it
in some real-world scenarios.
The App Store is, unequivocally, the most important feature of iPhone OS
2.0. Exchange support is nice, yes, and there are lots of little tweaks.
But the App Store is what makes the iPhone attractive to me, more of a
computer instead of a silly smartphone. I've been using a few apps
pretty solidly for the past few days: Twitterific (a Twitter
client), Exposure (a Flickr client), and the official Facebook
client. All of these are well-written …
Another day, another dollar
Hello again invisible readers. Just thought I'd relate all of the
terribly interesting things that have been happening lately…
- Chemistry test today. Could have been much worse. Trust me. Quantum
chemistry can get hairy, but it didn't.
- Did some more work on CSS/PROFILE today. Eugh. Can't the various
people who want to know about my finances (IRS, Department of
Education, College Board, Harvey Mudd, Bank of America, etc.) just
get together and only make me go through all of this once instead
of a million times?
- Watched yesterday's House today. 'twas awesome, 'nuff said.
- Also watched yesterday's Stargate SG-1 …