Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Cell Phone Novels

I don't know about your sons and daughters or grandkids, but my daughter is a cell phone text message fiend. In fact, she reads her email on her phone, watches videos on her phone, and oh, yes, makes the occasional call.

If you have children who are out in the big, bad, cyber-world via some type of device, then this might be a good idea.

The folks who run MobiDigger have found a way to mask your cell phone number and name with the nickname of your choice so no one ever has to see your cell phone number or text message name again.

That sigh of relief you heard was Privacy, being restored.



The Adventures of Blackberry Finn

Mobile Dick

Cellular's Travels

brb w/wind

As I Lay Dialing

Lost Verizon

Lord of the Ringtones

Valley of the Calls

The Scarlet Text

The Decline and Fall of the Roamin' Empire

The Call of the Wild

[selected from Chris White's Top Five on the Internet with additional material by Mark Raymond]


WONDER for YOUR WEEK: Why is the keypad on a telephone the opposite of the keypad on a calculator? It's the same ten numbers, isn't it?


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