Anti-Whining: Happy Moko Moments
wjbaird at alumni.uwaterloo.ca
Fri Jul 17 17:21:21 CEST 2009
There's some pretty cool stuff going on out there.
To try and get some of this off the mailing list and into the wiki, I've
created a 'Successful Use Cases' wiki page:
The idea is to gather together all the cool things people are doing with the
FR, and to give hints to others about how best to do things like read a pdf,
send an IM, or how to disable an alien mothership.
I hope anyone who is doing interesting things with their FR can add a quick
note there describing what they are doing.
On Thu, Jul 16, 2009 at 3:13 PM, Warren Baird
<wjbaird at alumni.uwaterloo.ca>wrote:
> There seems to be a repeated theme of people posting how crappy the
> Freerunner is and how nothing works for them. Usually a number of people
> then jump on the thread and talk about how the FR works well for them.
> I like to try turning that around and start a thread for people to talk
> about their successes. Maybe if we get enough good ones we can push it
> onto the wiki.
> Here are a few of my own:
> - the GPS with tangogps has been really useful to me a number of times,
> especially on business trips
> - Pidgin over GPRS has come in quite handy several times, either when I
> didn't have my laptop with me, or didn't have wifi coverage
> - It's very useful as a PDF reader - with the high-res screen I've been
> able to read documents while walking or while standing on a metro or bus,
> when getting out a laptop wouldn't have worked well.
> - I was able to show off the client software from my 'day job' - a quite
> complex j2se application - running on a cell phone, which definitely
> impressed people.
> What are your successes with the Freerunner?
> Warren Baird - Photographer and Digital Artist
Warren Baird - Photographer and Digital Artist
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