Just So You Know

Let me start this by saying if at any time you read a message that compels you to a response, by all means... feel free to continue the learning. You DO NOT have to leave your real name or any name for that matter. When you click "post a comment" or however it reads, you have 3 options. Once on the actual comments page, you'll see prior replies as well. Then there's the 'leave a comment' field. Under that are CAPTCHA and 'choose an identity' (name) options. CAPTCHA is designed to slam SPAM as well as let me know a human is posting vs. a computer generated response. Again, I do not consume beef nor pork so SPAM is not welcomed. Even a photograph of it bothers me. Ok, not really but you get my point and hence you will see the moderation message when you've finalized your post. The identity/name options are as follows:

1) Log-in using (drop down menu for those registered with those services)

2) Nickname and URL - allows you to choose any name and/or link your site to it

3) Anonymous (you can use it but I still have the right to decide if it gets published publicly or not - GOOD FOR ME - YAY!!)

So there ya go. Send me $49.99 if you use these instructions in your own BlogSpot. Cash, cashier's check, money order and Western Union accepted 24/7. :D

Monday, July 20, 2009

Still Enthused With G1

And here's why:

Google Releases Small System Software Update for the T-Mobile G1
BY: Ed Hardy, Brighthand.com Editor
PUBLISHED: 7/19/2009

Many T-Mobile G1 owners received an update to the system software on their smartphone this weekend. According to Google, Android Update 1.5 contains a "security fix", but no other details are available at this time.

Installing it is an easy and quick process, taking just a few minutes. It has no effect on the data installed on the G1.

Those who haven't had it pushed to their phones yet will have to be patient, as it will appear in the coming days.

One of Many
This small update is one of several in the pipeline, all more significant than this one.

Google is hard at work on Android 2.0 -- code-named Donut. This is expected to be released in relatively near future, and it will be at the heart of a number of smartphones released this fall.

The Android versions coming after that will be code-named Eclair and Flan. When they will be released is not yet known.

Original Article Found Here


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  2. And your thoughts about the G1 are, Kofi?????????? *laughs*


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