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Category Archives: Cell Phones
You gotta hand it to Motorola. They’re an outfit that has bounced back from dire circumstances over and over again. They have had long stretches of success, and periods of just horrible products, but since they scored big with the original Motorola Droid last November, the company has been setting its sights on complete mobile device domination. They’ve been able to do so with aggressive marketing campaigns like the one seen here that elevate their products to epic proportions. This teaser for Motorola’s upcoming Everest Tablet literally has it sitting on a pedestal. Of course we all remember the first Droid Teaser, which caused the biggest anti-iPhone uproar to date. Or how about this follow-up, which basically said “The iPhone is for girls, you ain’t a girl, are you?” Well, they’re doing it again, while blatantly targeting the iPad and even the innocent, recently released Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Whether you’re new to Android, or you’re a G1 veteran, there are probably a few core apps that everyone needs. Something that plays music, something that sends messages, something that farts, etc. But there are so many to choose. Fear not young grasshoppers! Thanassi has you covered with the best of the best (in my humble opinion).
So I admit it. I’ve had iPhone envy for the last couple years. Its slick, its sexy, its on the best network, wait… what? Oh that’s right, AT&T sucks. No wonder I never bought one. Being a Verizon Customer all these years has been a mixed blessing. Great service and constant connection anywhere I go, but higher prices and bland, boring phones. Enter the Motorola Droid, a capable, sexy iPhone competitor with a list of goodies long enough to make me forget I ever wanted an iPhone, but forget my LG Dare? That’s another story.
My Previous phone was dumb. But even though I hated the resistive touchscreen, the occasional lag and the mind numbing Verizon interface, it still did a couple neat things that I can’t get my shiny new, Android 2.0 sporting smart-phone to do. Some I miss because they were unique features to the Dare, some should just be standard procedure. If I’ve listed any of these in error, forgive me, but I haven’t found a solution to these issues yet. Feel free to add your own in the comments. Continue reading
Turning twenty nine wasn’t all that spectacular. It was a sticky hot Tuesday night in the big Apple and Mike and I decided the best way to celebrate the year before thirty was quietly. with three Heineken keg cans (two for me), a couple of beach chairs and some lighting equipment. Mike was kinda surprised that I had four tripods in my trunk. I told him there’s another one under the hood. Heeyyy- ohhhhh!