Hi - well, how could I refuse an email that offers a prize for first post!
To be honest I joined up to this forum to download some software firstly, so I haven't really had the time or inclination to have a look around - but hey, perhaps I will be tempted to now. I spose I'll have to after I win that prize (winkie winkie).
Like the rest of you people, presumably, I'm into learning and getting the best out of my mobile devices. I own a HTC Universal (Pocket PC, 520 MHz PX272, 640x480 VGA, QWERTY... these devices are also known as MDA Pro, O2, XDA Exec and a few other names depending on who sold it) and an Nokia N73, which is probably the best camera phone released yet, perhaps (only perhaps) bar the sony Erricson K800.
I've been using Windows Mobile 5 (on my Universal) for about 3 years or so, I love it - I enjoy tweaking and "improving" OS to my needs if i can, so I've hacked WM to a great extent on my Universal. I got my N73 about 3 months ago - I'm a Symbian (S60) newbie. Frankly I prefer WM but I've been impressed by S60 so far as far as looks go. Both OS have their strength and weaknesses I guess. Basically I got my N73 because I wanted something that looked cool (check) and fit into my pocket
... I don't own a digicam so it also serves as a basic camera for me.
And no, I don't walk around like a twat with both devices hanging off my jeans at the same time. Matter of fact, I hate wearing my phone on the outside of my clothes. My other interests are looking attractive (I'm, erm, metrosexual in look I guess), meeting women (I research how to be an attractive man and how to make people feel good), raising my self-esteem after a massive car accident and the resulting injuries and now, deciding what to do with my life after that. I have a background of Computer Science but I doubt I could work in this field and be happy again. Right now I'm trying to improve my physical health particuarly: tomorrow (Monday for me) is the day I quit smoking ciggarettes... so I'll probably come back here but expect an extremely grumpy person for some weeks.
Well, nice to read others intro's and perhaps I'll see y'all around sometime soon.