Someone wrote on this list that Dolphin is targeting a slightly different market group than is CodeFactory.Â I spoke to Gareth Collins at Dolphin, today, and he assures me that this is not the case.Â
Because of our recent discussions regarding alternative voices for MSS and the fact that it appears that some of us want more choices, I started thinking about Dolphin again.Â Read the rest of this entry »
You are so very welcome, Bryan.Â
(Big Smile)Â Your words made my week.Â Thank you.
It’s all about taking care of family.Â All of us on this list have a common interest and, thus, a common goal.Â As far as I am concerned, that makes us family.Â
My late grandmother taught me that all any of us have is our good name and our good word.Â She taught me that when one says he/she is going to do something then she/he had better be willing to move heaven and earth in order to keep that promise, in order to keep that good word intact.Â I grew up in Kentucky and we were extremely poor.Â In our darkest hours my grandmother would tell all of us little kids that all a poor man has are his dreams and his good name.Â She taught us to treasure these above all else for once they are gone they can never be replaced.Â She once said to me, “No one can take your good name away from you; that is something that you must throw away.” Read the rest of this entry »
Believe it or not I found myself, once again, in the A T & T Wireless store today.Â (Big Smile)Â Yes, they all know me in this particular store.
Whenever I walk in, the sales people yell, “Hi Mark!!!”Â I love it.
Anyway, today I took a friend there to assist her in purchasing a new phone.
During my visit, I discovered that A T & T has finally released a 3.5 headset adapter for the BJ2.Â What does this mean?Â It means that, with this adapter, one can use regular standard earphones with the Black Jack 2.Â I’ve been waiting on this for a few weeks now.Â
Also, Samsung has released a beautiful form-fitting black leather case for the phone.Â Inside the case, the screen is protected by clear plastic while the keyboard remains uncovered.Â The back of the case is fitted with a belt clip which can be removed allowing the user to slide the entire unit into a shirt pocket.Â All necessary ports are accessible while inside the case.
This case is just for the BJ2.Â
The cost of the case is approximately 30 dollars and the price of the headset adapter is approximately 20 dollars.Â
Now for the best part, as of today, these two items are not listed on either A T & T’s website or the Samsung site.Â In fact, most of the sales people in the store were not aware of their existence.Â I learned of them by talking to the store manager.Â Further, neither of these two items were out on display.Â Strange, eh?