There’s been a lot of talk during the last year of a “facebook phone”. Zuckerberg have been denying it, referring to the fact that a facebook phone wouldn’t even “move the needle” when it comes to market shares – he’s probably right. So what to do when you want to “move the needle”?
With easter comming up, it’s “All play and no work” as usual! 🙂
Surfing on the Nokia 5800 is a breeze tbh, but I really miss the keyboard of the Nokia E71, there’s relly no substitute for a real keyboard, if done right. Watching video, listening to music and surfing is good fun on the 5800, Nokia even got the Facebook app to FAIL misarbly.. You still can’t upload your pictures to facebook, doh!
Facebook and Share Online
And still no support for uploading to Facebook in Nokias own “Share Online” app, wtf is up with that? I’ll tell you what’s up, it’s OVI – nokias media sharing, calendar, networking crap!
Why reinvent the wheel? What’s killing people these day are the hundreds of different applications for sharing media online, keeping track of friends etc. So Nokia decided we needed yet another one called “OVI” (!) Geez!
With the amount of people using facebook, why is it so hard to to get some support for it in “Share Online” on the Nokia devices so we can share our pictures fast and simple? Really, it’s this kind of crap that makes users wanna buy a iPhone.
Does anyone really like OVI?
This weeks msg goes out to the lead designer of the “Share Online” app. in all the Nokia Symbian devices – GET YOUR ACT TOGETHER FFS! You managed to get flickr in there, now go get some support for uploading images straight to facebook. Do you really think anyone gives a **** about OVI?
When done this way, it’s no longer “Technology”, it’s “Tricknology”..
Yes you’re right I’m god damn angry!
Been a while since I last updated and i blame facebook! Fun app but easy to get stuck in. Microblogging is nice and easy, but it’s no substitute for a real blog. Right now I spend my days (nights tbh) in Warhammer Dawn of war II. Now this game is more then just any ordinary RTS. The multiplayer is a pretty ordinary “build and attack” game. But in singleplayer the game gets more exciting. The campaign mode changes depending on what goals you complete, and you have no time completing all the missions available to you (this means the game can easley be played again).
In many ways a RPG
Your squads evolve during the campaign, and for every level you achieve you get to spend points on skill sets and unlocks. “Loot” is another cool feature, yes on the battlefield mobs drop loot, green, blue etc. (How world of kidcraft is this?). This can be equipped later on. Most scenarios also have a boss who drop “phat’s”
Overall a nice game, and of course it can be purchased for direct download from STEAM and this is a huge plus in my book at least. My advice would be to wait a month or two when the price drops and then try it out.
Besides gaming I’m shopping for a new phone for private use. I use Nokia E71 for work and I love it, but I need a phone for myself for music, video etc. Geez this is a hard project, right now i have narrowed it down to either a iPhone or the Nokia 5800. Both phones has their pro’s and con’s tbh. iphone with a superior touch and surf but lacking in battery and camera (and being ridiculously locked down by Apple) and the Nokia 5800 with the first baby steps in touch tech by Nokia but having the stamina (battery) of a tank, a great camera. Right now I aim towards the Nokia 5800 tbh. Once you go Symbian you never turn back you know..
Now get out of here, there’s games to be played out there!