But it's a very good technique. Why spend ages tapping some directions when you can just speak them?
Janne tule mukaan Forum Oxford keskusteluryhmaan..
Hi Janne and readers of Butt Ugly (cool name)..
We've just launched the Forum Oxford discussion pages at www.ForumOxford.com and everybody is warmly welcomed. The site is focusing on the current and future of mobile telecoms. As it is sponsored by Oxford University it is, and will always be free. We already have several published authors and lots of globally respected bloggers, journalists, analysts, experts on mobile, and in only 4 weeks we've had over 300 members join. The discussions are very active and on timely topics. Everybody is invited to join. If you find it interesting, tell your colleagues and friends.
Separately, Janne (and any Butt Ugly readers) as Nokia has a very active interest in the digital communities that now are embracing mobile phones, eg videogaming, blogging (Nokia Lifeblog) music, TV, etc etc etc, then you will probably also be interested in my blogsite www.communities-dominate.blogs.com which is obviously set around my latest book also dealing in those topics. More about communities and mobile phones, as well as my books, at that blogsite.
PS greetings to all at Nokia, I am of course also an ex-Nokia guy, left the company in 2001 as my first book was being published and I decided to become an independent 3G expert..
Tomi Ahonen :-)
Incidentally, I just happen to be reading your book.
Thanks for the invitation, but Forum Oxford seems to need registration, and they're always a hassle. I'd rather participate in open discussion.
voice messaging is what trekmail is all about. http://www.trekmail.com/
it was brian mcconnell's idea and company (recently sold).
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