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:: Monday, April 21st, 2003 @ 6:03:44 pm

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This rules. I think I get massive geek points for being able to SSH from my telephone. :)

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  • http://www.insignifica.org/jozjozjoz :: jozjozjoz ::

    Yeah, massive geek points? Understatement of the year!

  • http://balanceinmotion.net/ eric

    wow that’s pretty swank.

    still … without a real keyboard or equally attractive input method this kind of thing is a last resort. it’s like me using my net-enabled phone to get directions to someplace. it would’ve been faster and cheaper to stop and ask someone.

  • http://balanceinmotion.net/ eric

    (… course, i’m not up on the whole shorthand stylus writing system. maybe with practice it’s just as easy?)

  • http://aaronlogan.com Aaron

    Huh… I tried to bash a shell with my phone, and the only thing that happened was half the screen stopped working…. damn Nokia.

  • http://echeng.com echeng

    eric – i’ll show ya sometime. graffiti is pretty good, if you know how to use it. :)

  • http://www.beefcakegt.com/blog Steve

    Wow, that is sweet!!! Remote server administration via cel phone…droooool

  • some random guy you dont know

    What verizon plan do you need to get to be able to ssh out of the phone?

  • echeng

    it’s actually a feature of the phone and doesn’t require any fancy plan. the phone just connects palmOS to the internet, and you can do anything a normal networked palm can do.

  • norm

    How do you connect it to the internet? I should take this to email… I just got the phone to and it is my first dip into the palm world. (I’ve been spending the past 10 years having friends call me to remind me about other friends’ birthdays… it may be time to get organized.)

  • echeng

    hey, Norm – go into Prefs PDA->Network, and set the Service to use VZW Quick 2 Net, instead of the 1xRTT Express Network (unless you subscribe to the Express Network).

    Properly written Palm apps will just invoke the connection when they need it (and it will just use airtime). Improperly written apps will need manual connection, through the same prefs screen.

    I’m debating using the Express Network. This phone actually makes wireless data access useful!

  • echeng

    oh yes. Be sure you terminate the data call by hitting the end call button a couple of times. Otherwise, you will stay connected and your minutes will be sucked away. :)

  • norm

    ahhh… We actually use the express network (but we have a pc card for our laptop) and it is pretty cool. Not as fast as spec requires, but still worth while…

  • norm

    That is cool! (Of course, i’m sitting in my office surrounded by several boxes connected at high speeds and I’m surfing on my palm… :)

  • andy

    Hey, how do you guys like using this device as a phone? Is it possible to still use the palm when you are talking on the phone? (by using speakerphone for instance) Does it seem to be pretty bulky when talking on it?

  • norm

    I just got mine yesterday, so I cant really comment (but I will:). So far, it feels really big. (Since it is 5x bigger than my previous LG)…

  • echeng

    yeah. it feels BIG. but it’s pretty cool. you can use the palm while on the phone.

    norm: can you share your 1xRTT account with the phone, or do you need to get another account? i thought your 1xRTT card was Sprint?

  • Fred Delse

    Hey Eric,
    I got one of these badboys, too. I tried to email you, but it bounced. Send me a note letting my know how to get in contact with you!

    Talk to you later,
    Fred

  • norm

    We’ll have to talk to verizon about sharing the account… the hard part will be the 1x card is being paid for by work… :) Though I’m on pretty good terms with the boss, so I may be able to swing my whole cell bill over to them!

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