whistleridge: You are not authorized to view this page. I'm on a phone. Maybe it's just me?/is this ironic?
doyner: whistleridge: You are not authorized to view this page. I'm on a phone. Maybe it's just me?/is this ironic?Don'tcha think?
Speaker2Animals: I charge it every night while I'm sleeping I never have battery problems.
cgraves67: I don't have any issue with my smart phone fitting in my pocket. The short charge does bother me though. I don't like having to charge it every day.
Nocrash: Smartphones are being replaced by tablets and readers so users need a small phone. My last phone would run 5 days and I didn't turn it off at night. Freaking tablet will not fit in my pocket.
hitlersbrain: Yea, who wants to be able to connect to the entire world any time they want to read email, google questions, get driving directions, etc.
optimistic_cynic: Speaker2Animals: I charge it every night while I'm sleeping I never have battery problems.My old motorola clam shell could go days without a charge, I haven't had one smart phone that could do that. I'd say that's a step back even if the functionality has improved.
buzzcut73: Ha! I'm finally ahead of a trend. I love my old school flip phone. No pocket dialing, and the thing is damn near bullet proof.
Pattuq: As for people dropping their phones, I see it all the time. The tell-tale sound of an iPhone hitting cement or tile is as common as a car horn. I don't think I've ever dropped my phone before, but then I'm not holding it in my sweaty hand for literally half the day like most other people. People are utterly careless with their expensive electronics. They get so tuned out of reality by staring at them that they lose physical coordination and drop them on the ground, or they fail to notice obstacles and bump into them. I know people who have left them behind at bars and restaurants, as if a $700 phone is something you can replace as easily as a lost sock. I'm not very sympathetic, but I am scared of becoming someone like that.I'll keep on as I do and enjoy the advantage I have in 20 years when I'm the only person around who can recite facts or anecdotes without Googling them first, or who knows directions from point A to B without a GPS map. I look forward to being able to bend minds to my will because nobody can converse with me without becoming a stuttering moron. Those will be good times, even though I'll be old and bent by then.
somemoron: doyner: whistleridge: You are not authorized to view this page. I'm on a phone. Maybe it's just me?/is this ironic?Don'tcha think?Hmmm, a little too ironic.
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