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Blog // Thoughts
August 7, 2008

iPhoning

OK, call me a craven consumer if you must, but this is my first post from the iPhone. It might not be the convergence device of my dreams but i’m still impressed.

OK, call me a craven consumer if you must, but this is my first post from the iPhone. It might not be the convergence device of my dreams but i’m still impressed.

Responses
Lindsay Cullen 14 years ago

You ARE a craven consumer…
… and I’m writing this comment from my iPhone. 😉

Ahhh… do you remember the days when I was trying to persuade you that it would be good to join the ranks of applephiles? You have learnt well young grasshopper…

Steve 14 years ago

I should change my name to green! I *SUPPOSE* I can wait until November when my current contract is up – but dang, I want the shiny!

Fernando Gros 14 years ago

It’s fast approaching a decade since I switched and it was a very good move indeed.

What I’ve been thinking about *a lot* this week was that my most productive time as a writer was when I had a tight integration between Palm and Mac (OS9) together with a liberal use of paper and pen. I don’t think the technology is much help if one can’t implement a good system (diary, planning or contacts), but if integrated well it can help manage a system.

The next big thing for me is to decide whether to move my GTD process onto the iPhone (with OmniFocus, for example). I love the idea of GPS giving me context specific action lists (although I live directly above my supermarket, so it might not work for shopping!). I’m still not sure about that.

But, blogging from the iPhone – no brainer!

Paul 14 years ago

nah not craven just a repressed bond 😉

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