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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Stroke of lightning, hard to be mobile

At least vacation, time for 5 weeks holiday!
Me and my family are now at a little island called Åland (placed between Sweden and Finland). We rent a little nice house at Eckerö.

I always try to test new devices on the road. This time I bring with me: a SonyEricsson G900, a Nokia N810, a Nokia E61 and also my Macbook Air. Perhaps you wondering why I have to bring two mobile phones? My G900 is my small always used mobile phone, my E61 is my perfect Email device, thats thanks to Nokia Email (push out Email from my Google's Gmail account). My N810 I use for writing in my Google blog (thanks to the perfect software called MaemoWordPy) and I also use it for gps navigation in my car. My Macbook air I use for transfer pictures from my Camera, but I think it is to big for this type of travel, I plan to perhaps buy me a Asus EEE PC 901 instead.

But bad times happen (why now?), yesterday at home a stroke of lightning destoy my router and also my ADSL modem, now I don't get any Email any more and my web site www.ojn.se don't work any longer.
Also today my wayfinder software at my N810 suddently became corrupt and navigation don't work any longer either. I had to go back to manually navigation, a paper map and my wife, she always does a good work. :-)

Friday, July 11, 2008

Blog with my Nokia N810 - Maemo Wordpy

My favourite Blogger blog client for my Nokia N810 is Maemo wordpy!
It is very nice to be able to write a blog entries off line and later publishing it when I have Internet connection available.
There is now a new release, version: 0.6.1-2, that work with Diablo. That is very nice, thanks very much for this new release!

Thursday, July 03, 2008

Push Email from gmail/IMAP - Nokia Email Service

Nice to be able to push Email using my gmail/IMAP account!
It works really nice with this new free Nokia Email Service, I have try it on a Nokia E90 and Nokia E61!

Read more:
Nokia Offers Native Push Email With New Service by Darla Mack