Friday, July 11, 2008

iPhone arrives

a Biblical thought...
I want you woven into a tapestry of love, in touch with everything there is to know of God. Then you will have minds confident and at rest, focused on Christ, God's great mystery. (Col 2:2)

a Book thought...
The trouble with being in a rat race is that even if you win the race, you're still a rat. (p64 Blanchard)
a Dave thought...
The iPhone has hit Melbourne - for those that were prepared to queue in the CBD through the night. The Telstra [T]Life store in Bourke Street opened its doors at 6am to about 150 people - but a combination of queue number cards and security staff prevented anything close to a stampede.
Alex Ho, whose 10pm arrival last night was rewarded with the No.1 ticket, couldn't wait get get inside and get his hands on the Apple phone. The reason? So he could go home, plug it in to the charger and finally get some sleep. Not only had Mr Ho never queued like this before, he had never even owned the precursor to the iPhone, the iPod music player. He said he just really like the iPhone's touch screen, and that it worked on the fast 3G phone networks.
Apple's new iPhone combines three devices in one, the standard phone, an iPod music player, plus an Internet browser. So you can communicate with friends, listen to your favourite music, and connect with the world anywhere at anytime. 10 years ago you would have needed a mobile phone, a CD Walkman, and a computer. The world is changing rapidly, lets make sure the church keeps up so our Gen Y & Gen X guys don't walk back into the 70's every time they turn up to church.

Just a thought.

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