They really went for something different this time.
I love the idea of media storage being beautiful yet highly disposable.
Art Lebedev Studio via Today and Tomorrow.
I dropped my HTC Incredible and shattered the screen. I was informed by Verizon that I had the extended warranty but not the insurance. Their suggestion? Buy a new one at full retail price or $599.99… Right…
I’ll be honest, I am technically inclined and it still made me nervous to take my phone apart even with those handy instructions: […]
It took me a couple of hours but I was able to take it apart, replace the screen and put it back together. Words of advice:
. If you’re all thumbs, have someone else do it.
. Make sure to disconnect ALL ribbon cables before removing the motherboard. Be especially mindful of the small ribbon cable going through the track-pad’s hole.
. You will spend most of your time removing the glued-on shattered glass from the frame so you’ll want to have a waste basket near by and possibly a small vacuum.
I rated the product 4 out of 5 stars because of the lack of adhesive to hold the screen in place. Clear double sided tape works fine but I still feel it should be included.
Nevertheless my phone works flawlessly and looks like out of the box for $35 and a couple of hours of work instead of $600.
What more can I ask for?
Review posted at amazon.com
Because they are generally unhelpful and/or stupid.
Yes I know the connection to my computer was lost because I turned it off forgetting that the movie I was watching was streaming from the said computer.
Make sure your computer is turned on: I just told you I turned it off. It was a mistake, an accident.
Connected to your network: There’s nothing wrong with the network. I turned the computer off.
And is running media sharing software: Dude! I was just watching a movie. Do you think that would have been possible without running media sharing?
Error messages suck.
I use Excel on a daily basis and have been rather pleased with the release of Office 2007. That was until I discovered thanks to Excel 2007 new math that 850 x 77.1 = 100,000
So first I gave up on Vista now I’m going to have to go back to Office 2003?
Look at what FedEx brought me this morning!
I can barely contain my excitement.
And so it is decided. I have ordered my iPod touch from the Apple online store. Shipping is for September 28 with an estimated delivery date between October 2 and 4. It cannot come soon enough. I’ll go check the video demo now.