Wow, this is awesome. I love the creativity. Apparently it went super viral too.
Just applied for the NYC Marathon. Maybe I’ll get lucky. 1:23:00 is the half marathon qualifying time for guaranteed entry… that would be a good goal for the future maybe. I’ll be happy to break 1:30:00 right now.
Amazing play. Peyton hardly ever runs and so this is just such an awesome play and genius play call, haha.
Trying to buy a Kindle 3G before I go on my cruise tomorrow morning. So far it looks like all the stores are sold out… tried Target, Best Buy and Staples (I never knew they were selling them).
Everyday, I carry my iPhone with me everywhere I go. Not really for the phone/texting part but for the e-mail part. As a Krannert MBA student, I get a lot of e-mails about group work, events, job stuff, etc. Therefore, that little beeping sound my phone makes when I get an e-mail has become a large part of my life since there are a lot of important e-mails I need to go through everyday. Also, the ability to check stocks, listen to music, surf the internet, make international calls through Skype, and other stuff is awesome.
At school, I bring my laptop with me everyday. I have a Dell 700M (12″ monitor, 1.7 GHz, 1.25 GB RAM, 40 GB HD, 855GM Chipset), yes, it’s old, but it’s so reliable and it still has about 4-5 hours of battery life even with wi-fi on. I have a MacBook that I purchased February 2008 but it turned out to be a big bust in terms of battery life. I refuse to carry around a laptop that I need to plug into an outlet within an hour of using it. So basically, my MacBook has become a $1,200 digital photo frame because iPhoto is amazing. I also use it for iTunes which seems to work a lot better on a Mac than on a PC.
My Garmin Forerunner watch is amazing and I love it. It has changed my running ability and I love the graphs that are shown that tell me where during a run did I slow down or speed up.
Stuff I want
-I want an E-Reader similar to the Kindle but more versatile. The iPad is nice but there are still some features that it is lacking that I’m really hoping the iPad 2.0 will have. I like the Kindle’s e-ink though and the lack of glare. I also want more textbooks on the E-Readers and the ability to use your finger to highlight stuff (You may be able to do this already, but I’m not sure).
-I want a portable external monitor that’s tiny and can somehow expand or something. I use 2 monitors at home right now and the benefit is priceless. I wish I could have something compact that I could attach to my laptop.
-I want a phone thats digital camera is similar to a real digital camera… I love taking pictures but I don’t like bringing my camera with me. Essentially, I want a lot of features to be consolidated into the phone. In an ideal world, my phone would have the ability to expand into a laptop and the ability to be compacted to a standard iPhone size. Then I won’t have to carry my laptop with me anymore and my phone can do anything.