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I’m not sure if it’s just laziness or what, but I sit here some days and feel like doing nothing. Today is one of those days and even now, when I should be doing stuff, I just don’t feel like it.
It’s not like I don’t have anything to play, loads for PC, plenty on Xbox 360, all the way down to even my mobile phone, I find myself sitting here doing nothing for hours and I think that’s the problem. Too much to play, with too little time when there’s other stuff to do and I’ve even lost some enthusiasm for adding news when I started off so well… or at least, I thought I did.
It’s not only games I’m behind with, magazines to read and movies to watch, as well as TV to catch up on, but I just don’t seem to get the time when I should really be better at time management, something I think is needed and will get around to doing so pretty soon. I think it might be to do with having too many distractions, having the computer in the living room may not be the best of ideas and I think I’ll have to see about going back in the other room, which I think would be a good thing as a guy needs his own space now and then…
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Why would I need a Blackberry ID?
For a few years I contemplated getting a Blackberry phone, but was happy with a Nokia smartphone (the latest being an unlocked 5230) and then more recently, my preference has moved to Android. Not only are you not tied to one phone and able to choose between different manufacturers, it’s also pretty much taken over RIM already as the next best thing after the iPhone.
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You may have already seen this as it’s already creeping around the net, but BBC Click are at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas where, Sonim have what they claim to be a “basically unbreakable” mobile phone … that was until BBC Click presenter Dan Simmons got his hands on it…
Credit goes to Engadget which is where I heard about it first and you can see the original thing on the BBC site. And of course, Ninjew1 for uploading it to YouTube.