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I've never had a landline and don't plan on ever getting one. :)
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Ringlitz, ministers or pastors have earned a degree usually from a school affiliated with their specific faith and been ordained. But a spiritual leader can be anyone in the church, including members, who hold a position of leadership (for instance, Sunday school teachers) within a faith community.
I hope this helps answer your questions. What's your understanding of what a minister is?
Good Luck Sonny.
John, thanks for your comments.
Casual gamers, on Nintendo DS or Playstation Portable, are a growing area of the video game market.
If you are correct in your prediction of where the next generation of information distribution will be, developing a mobile version of a Web site that would work on the small screens of PSPs and other handheld devices would be a great addition to the ways newspapers are passing out their content.
I think news will move more and more to a mobile platform as wireless technology spreads and telecommunications and video game industries incorporate WiFi capability into more of their products.
I am wondering if newspapers will move fast enough to be on the forefront, pushing for it, instead of trying to play catch up.
Fatboy, I've been looking at several iPhone3G-comparable phones that are more affordable (and those that most users wouldn't recognize the difference in service).
I'll try to get a smackering of them together before the iPhone's debut Friday.
To all, other than Blackberry's Thunder and the LG Dare, do you have any other phones you want me to check out?
Cj, thanks for the comment too.
From what I've read, I don't know much about the iPhone 2's keypad. Not having played with one myself, I could only speculate from what I've read, but I'll save myself the embarrassment.
The way most wireless cell providers are doing GPS is a monthly fee.
I was at Verizon on Saturday and the sales rep told me it was an extra $10 a month, but the maps update quarterly. The software comes installed on the phone for free. Weighing that against an actual GPS unit, I would prefer the one on my phone. For one, it wouldn't cost me any extra to update my maps and info on the phone, whereas some GPS car units cost upwards of a hundred dollars to update each year. The more expensive models that come with automatic updating cost so much up front that I could pay the $10 fee for a while before I spend more than it costs to buy one. Then, there's also GPS subscriptions where the device updates automatically for a fee.
When it's all said and done, I'd just rather pay $10 per month and have it on my phone. No additional cost for the quarterly update or any type of subscription fee.
Does it have a USB port Sonny? You could just put the files onto a thumbdrive and transfer them that way. There are some other more complicated ways, but if it has USB, use it my friend.
I even have a USB thumbdrive you could use if need to.
Though I joke about global warming, climate scientist are concerned about the ice shifts and what impact that will have for us. All jest aside, it is an issue the general public should investigate for themselves.
Thanks for the comments and additional information (rollinstone).