Date: Sat., March 3, 2007
Time: 5:00 PM – 12:00 Midnight
Place: King County Aquatic Center
650 S.W. Campus Drive.
Federal Way, WA 98023
Donation: $40/person or $60/couple
$45/person @ the door
Children 16 and under–Free
Dress Code: Formal or Traditional
Keynote Speaker, Dinner, Cultural Events, & DJ Music
For tickets contact Joe Bervell: 425-750-1103
Sponsor: Ghanaian Association of Greater Seattle
I almost want to say that I can’t live without my phone but that would be ridiculous. Of course, I can live without my phone. I just wouldn’t feel complete. Two Mondays past, I exposed my phone to the elements; rain, slush and cold, for about 2 hours.
It flickered on and off for a while and later died; faced with the prospect of losing my phone I had a mini panic attack. Surely, I can live without my phone but do I want to?
I once read that no one loves their phone completely, there’s always something you’d like to change or add to your phone. This is true; my phone is far from perfect but it brought me so much joy, convenience and ease I feel it’s perfect enough.
I’ve had my I-mate Jamin (aka HTP Prophet, Qtek S200) for almost a year now. It’s my first ever pocket PC.
Prior to this, I had an Innostream 55, a very cute little phone, great conversation piece… but not so great phone. It shipped with an application called Lady Scheduler and a slew of other wacky stuff. The battery got wonky on me and I got tired of carrying a cell phone, MP3 player and a PDA.
I did a little research and opted for Jamin (ok, I liked the name!)