I’ve (possibly temporarily) changed by photo blogging host from Mobog to Buzznet. I got a new GSM phone, and in New Zealand this also means a new number (because I’ve switched carriers). This in turn buggers up my mobog account, because the phone number is obviously used as a unique ID so that the photos [...]
Telecom have quitely announced (buried halfway down the page somewhere) that free photo messaging is extended until the end of June! This means I have no choice but to continue spamming my Mobog with endless bad-quality photos of pointless crap. Sorry, it’s out of my hands. Honestly.
If you’re wondering why I’m spamming the photo blog, it’s because Telecom has free ‘PXT’ messaging until the end of March. After that it’s 50 cents a pop.
OK, I’ve finally found a phlogging service that can deal with the seven layers of crap that Telecom (or Hyundai, or whoever), puts around the images when I send them from my new phone. Problem is that (errr following link probably not safe for work…) Mobog is not entirely savoury. Created by ‘Pud’ of FuckedCompany [...]
Wow… the exposure on this photo is really freaky. It was taken on a sunny morning, but I guess the over-bright background caused the road to be under exposed. I reckon (given the time and inclination), one could get some really weird and wonderful photos from these cheapie CMOS cameras.
You get what you pay for I suppose. And I paid for a cheap refurbished Palm Zire 71. Being half the price of a new one, I should have expected worse, but it actually was in very good nick. Unfortunately I’ve had to return it for replacement. It was advertised in excellent refurbished condition, working [...]
OK, so I’ve been playing with this photo blogging stuff a bit more. Looks like the photos are cluttering up the front page a bit, and also if I were to post several images in a day, the site would take longer and longer to load as the posts build up. So, check out the [...]
Ollie tests the acoustics of the Glen Innes ‘SpeedQueen’ laundromat with the falcetto section of ‘Ode to a Broken Washing Machine’…
So in a general sense, here’s how it all hangs together: Palm Zire 71 -> SnapperMail -> Nokia 6385 -> Telecom CDMA -> MFOP2 -> Choccie Blog. Pretty neat eh? The marvels of modern tecknologee…