Tuesday, December 7, 2010

My Mobile Office

Seeing as how most of you have Android or iOS devices,  I'd like to hear from all of you.  Take a photo of your mobile office IN ACTION... no "gadgets lined up on my desk at home" photos.  In a cafe, while walking, at the beach, in the woods, on a boat, by the pool, strapped to your MTB ... any place except at home or a traditional office.

Photos can be taken with any camera.  Hi-res is preferred but not required.

I want to post photos of how people use their gadgets around the world.

Photos will not be used for commercial purposes or sold, just for fun.  By submitting, you give me permission to post the photo on my blog for entertainment purposes only.  (No obscene photos please)

Please indicate the gadgets in use in the photo, type of internet connection if any, and how you use them.   And let me know if you'll allow me to use your name and country when I post the submitted photos.

ONE PHOTO ONLY!  So make it a good one.

All faces of people and plate numbers will be blurred out for privacy purposes (unless you want your face seen, then indicate that in your email as well)


  1. Hi John! I'll be looking forward for the photos you will post. Am thinking now of a good way of me using my x10 mini pro other than the standard call.text.surf features - been using it now as a pedometer, but I have to get someone to take a photo of me then, :p

    I see you've been using the Navigation thingy on your phone. Have you been using GPS as well? I don't seem to get it to work and connect to any GPS satellites here in Manila (Cubao, Ortigas). Got any workaround for that? Thanks! I'm getting a lot of info from your blog :)

  2. Hey Roberto! Yes I use my Mini Pro as a navigation system. The GPS works perfectly, as good as some dedicated units like Garmi actually.

    Download Mapdroyd from the market then download the Philippine street map. Most navigation apps need an internet connection, Mapdroyd doesn't.

    If you don't have unlimited internet, it takes about 2-3 min to get a satellite lock outdoors. GPS only works outdoors. This holds true for all GPS units.

  3. John, what mount is that? Need one for my iPhone. Thanks.

  4. Hey Allan, it's a capcase universal car holder.


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