This inspired me to conduct a simple experiment. I’m going to write down what I eat and drink over the course of a week.
Compared to many, I am still a relatively new Apple consumer – I purchased my iPhone 3G in early 2009. (I don’t feel it’s fair to count the Apple Newton I owned many years earlier!)
You love to play World of Warcraft, but one day you go to log in but you can’t get in. For some reason your password just doesn’t work. Your WoW friends report you’ve been a bit weird lately, perhaps you’ve been ninja’ing stuff from the Guild Vault or been rude in guild chat? You’ve been hacked.
I’m sure there isn’t a parent out there that hasn’t asked themselves the question, “What did I used to do with my time before parenthood?” Personally, I’ve been a Father for a little over two years – I don’t really remember what I used to do with evenings and weekends.
I found a thread on the Vodafone UK eForum today discussing jailbreaking. The usual mis-information was contained
Until April 2009, all the other handsets I owned were made by Nokia – it was at this point I moved to the Apple iPhone and I haven’t looked back since.
Simply a “how to” guide for how to save money and make SkyPE calls (on your iPhone) using 3G services when no wireless network is available
the UK completely frozen from top to bottom – we’re having the worst winter for over 100 years (in my region) and on the whole (for the UK) this is the worst snow fall since around 1963.
Easy to follow guide for both standard contract / pay and go O2 customers and jailbroken handsets too!
I was told that it had been discussed, but they’d made a “business decision” not to provide the service