I was initially very sceptical about getting another motorola considering how much I hated the address book, but they've fixed that in their newer firmware and I don't really have …read more
AT&TWS WAP 2.0 Settings:
Name: <whatever you want>Homepage: http://homeProxies: EnablePrimary proxy address: 010.250.250.054Primary proxy port: 8080Secondary proxy: <keep it as is>Data Bearer: GPRS Bearer SettingsGPRS Access Point: ProxyAuthentication type: NormalLogin type: AutomaticUser name: <blank>Password: <blank>
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Since I've been hiking a bit more recently I've gotten it into my head that I should be GPS-tagging my photos. Unfortunately, this isn't easy since the camera doesn't have any way of putting the location tags into the photos itself. Pretty much the easiest way to do it is …read more
The phone is working pretty well so far. It's definitely a lot thinner and lighter. The display is extremely clear and bright. The biggest thing I've noticed so far is that some actions require going through menus more than I would like, but I'm starting to find shortcuts through most …read more
Unfortunately, I made a bad choice with the Sony Ericsson s710a. It's just too big. Fortunately there's an alternative with a much more attractive alternative, but it breaks my ties with Sony Ericsson : the Samsung SGH-T809.
The current plan is to re-flash the unit to the SGH-D820 firmware which will …read more
[Brady] and I managed to find N3MMH in a little over an hour today using a 3-element yagi we built yesterday (and finished this morning) out of an old TV antenna. Not bad! Of coruse, that means we have to be the fox next year...
In other ham-related news, I …read more
I've been playing with a bunch of wireless stuff recently, and I've found out it rocks. I have a Lucent Orinoco (WaveLan) card that works beautifully under both Win2k and Linux; and I have a Raylink card on the way as well. I've set up an 802.11b network in …read more