Monday, 22 February 2010

Bjelovar: Apple iPhone 3GS, 32GB

Smudge. Smudge. Smudge.
''Hitting home button on the Globe.'' D.K.

Wayback - Web History- January 9th, 2007.

- Monday, 22.02.2010.
- two croissants and coffee
- day off
- early morning at the Hospital in Bjelovar ( optical review )
- coffee with N. at Carica
- crazy idea - T-Mobile Croatia shopping
- Filip's birthday
- got Avatar DVD
- afternoon nirvana
- white and red Marlboro
- Bjelovar City Center - parking lot
- faxing at the Post Office to VIPNET
- paying my bills at FINA


John Mayer: Gravity

John Mayer: Waiting on the world to change


Every once in a while a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything. It's very fortunate if you can work on just one of these in your career. ... Apple's been very fortunate in that it's introduced a few of these.
Steve Jobs
The Apple CEO announcing introduction of the iPhone January 2007.

The iPhone is the most sophisticated, outlook-challenging piece of electronics to come along in years. It does so many things so well, and so pleasurably, that you tend to forgive its foibles.
David Pogue
The US technology writer as Apple's new iPhone hits US shelves June 2007.

Well, of course, I'm the wrong person to ask. I like to dial numbers with one hand, and maybe I'm the only one.
Bill Gates
Asked if he would buy an Apple iPhone.

Anyone privy to the release of the iPhone is going to hold on to their current device as long as they possibly can, all but Scotch taping their devices together so that they can crawl over the finish line and into the loving arms of a shiny new iPhone. (Oh, you know the box is gonna be sexy.)
John Mayer
The US singer, songwriter and guitarist, writing in his blog on 'Bring on theiPhone' just prior to its release.

I think there's almost a belligerence - people are frustrated with their manufactured environment. We tend to assume the problem is with us, and not with the products we're trying to use. In other words, when our tools are broken, we feel broken. And when somebody fixes one, we feel a tiny bit more whole.
Jonathan Ive
The British designer and Senior Vice President of Industrial design at Apple Computer speaking about the iPhone upon its introduction.

Yeah, you'll be the coolest person in the room when you pull one out and show it around, but that gets old fast when three other people have them and one person somehow has one that glows in the dark.
John C. Dvorak
The American columnist and broadcaster in article 'Rethinking the iPhone' in PC Magazine.

If there is something good in the world then we copy with pride.
Anssi Vanjoki
Nokia VP & General Manager of Multimedia on his company's plans to release new phone similar to iPhone in 2008.

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