Here’s the snapshot:
Yep, that’s right, that’s my face on the front page of 7x7SF…
Giving dorky people like me something to read about
It’s up and running on verizonwireless.com and I’m excited. This is the phone I want! As soon as I get back from my business trip to San Francisco, I’m testing this out. Here’s the scoop:
Details copied and pasted from Verizon:
Apparently I didn’t win for my awesome article directly, as my name was drawn from a “bowl”. But either way, WOOOOOOO!
I won for the post entitled: How To Be a Geek and Get Your Sexual Groove On
Video of me being announced as the winner:
And thanks to [GAS] for the prize: [GAS] “How to” Contest – And the winners are… | [Geeks Are Sexy] Technology News
Not the funniest video, but definitely worth a watch:
Thanks to CyberNet for the recommendation.
If this graphic is true, I’m going to have a tough time deciding between the XV6800 and the Samsung i760… with 256 MB Flash/64 MB RAM and 802.11 wireless, I’ll probably wait for the XV6800…
In an update to my post: Verizon’s LG Voyager on Fire at Google Hot Trends with Details…
UPDATE: Just wanted to let you know that there are forums up and running specifically for the Verizon Voyager and they’re pretty lively for just starting! http://www.verizonvoyager.org/forum
Also, a member took it upon themselves to do a little research to find out the dimensions of the Voyager, which a lot of people have been asking about: http://www.verizonvoyager.org/pictures/lg-voyager-size-dimensions
About 2 weeks ago, we heard that the Verizon XV6800 and the Samsung i760 were on there way, but no one knew when. Leave it to Boy Genius Report to solve this mystery… No XV6800, but perhaps the VX5400 will shed some light on it?
Webrunner is another genius open source application by Mozilla that is a web environment without distractions. It’s inherent function is a web browser, literally without any of the any toolbars or miscellaneous information. In addition, Webrunner is available for download for Windows, Mac and Linux. However, through specially encoded initialization files, you can access web sites and use them distraction free, in essence creating an application.
Here’s what Mozilla’s WebRunner Wiki had to say:
Verizon’s LG Voyager is now found on spots 1. lg voyager and 2. verizon voyager in Google Hot Trends, but why??? It obviously is an iPhone clone and does have an additional feature that I’d consider switching up my Treo 700w for, a slide out QWERTY keyboard…