I have finally got my act together and am looking at fixing PCs and maybe starting my own business (or using the Computer College where I am as a base). I am thinking of getting a new mobile phone to use as a work phone and keeping my other one private.
I was thinking about getting either the Palm Centro or the Blackberry Curve. Email on the phone would be handy but I don't need to edit documents - I will do that on my laptop. The Centro has Documents to Go on it (so you can edit Word/Excel documents) but the Blackberry currently does not - this is in the pipeline.
As you can imagine I don't want to get a phone with Windows Mobile software on it. What are my options.
I have copied this to the whole Midlands group and would appreciate any help or if anyone has experience of the phones what their feedback is.
> Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 20:47:31 +0100
> From: praest76 at gmail.com> To: midlands at linux.ie> Subject: Re: [Midlands] New Member
>> On 10/04/2008, Trevor Murphy <tremur.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > The last few: Zero.
> > That reminds me of the Dilbert cartoon where only 2 people dial into
> > the conference call and one keeps pressing 'mute' :)
> > I'm in Mullingar but I have transport so Athlone and Longford are only
> > a quick spin away .
>>> I'm in Athlone and don't have my own transport so I'm kinda limited
> for LUG meets.
>> Should anyone want to organise another one here then I'm more than
> happy to attend, though this list has been fairly dead for much of the
> time I've been on it so I'm not sure there is much demand.
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