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New Year 2009

New Year 2009

New year’s resolution:
* trash all the goodies I don’t use anymore.
* be more gentle with FIL
* prepare the IVF treatment.
* Clean G5 and move it to studio room.
* Be more organized, wise on my spending and STOP procrastinating.

Posted this from new cellphone 🙂

Mobileme the worst Apple product

Mobileme the worst Apple product

Forgive me I need to get this out of my chest!

I takes ages to import all my files back from iDisk. It’s only 45mb pictures folder for god’s sake and it’s been HOURS! I always had to turn off the Airport connection to stop the loading window.  I am definitely leaving mobileme for good. I have been a good customer for over 5 years and this is what I get. The damn iDisk is freaking SLOW. Mobileme is the worst Apple product ever! 

It doesn’t even allow me to sync my files anymore, too much glitch and problems for $99 USD. The transition from dotmac to mobileme is really a disaster. Heck, even dotmac wasn’t that good either but at least is didn’t give me tons of trouble sync my files. The point is,  I spent $495 USD for 5 years just for what? Only for email address and storing my 45mb pictures with tons of glitch? And now it’s getting far worst than I thought, I can’t get my files back! read more

iPhone – update

iPhone – update

As I wrote in my previous post about getting a new cellphone iPhone because I couldn’t find my old cellphone. Well, It turned out right before we decide to go and spend ¥160000 for two iPhone contracts, I found my beloved old cellphone under the car seat lmao.

Soon after I found it, I told my husband to cancel the reservation. Current iPhone doesn’t really appeal to me that much, so I probably wait until Apple release their next iPhone upgrade.  Don’t get me wrong, as much as I love Apple product I just can’t find myself to spend ¥80000 (¥850 USD) for one cellphone with less feature than my old cellphone has and Softbank limited signal reception area. I don’t live in  a big city and Softbank just doesn’t have a great service as much as Docomo gives. There are still many areas in Japan that Softbank couldn’t handle especially the small towns in Japan. read more