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February 26, 2004

and by the way, I feel great

i feel great

a friend sent me this link to a file hosted on waxy.org, and I don't know when it was posted or how it got there, but boy it's greeeeat. It's done by Turnpike Films. Can't find a reference to it on Ad Critic so at best my guess is it was a spec ad, not sure if I could see it on the tv.

It's a commercial for Nutri-Gran bars, and shows how great you'll feel after having one. Lots of high energy. great expressions, reactions, delivery, and the womans face at the end makes me laugh every time.

I feel great

February 25, 2004

camoto

jam(9).jpg

captured with a T610, posted live and wirelessly with mfop

February 23, 2004

we don't be jammin'

I was away this last week in Jamaica, and I had hoped to post some international camera photos for the first time like some others such as studio2f have done. Everything started out fine as I was able to post successfully from the tarmac at JFK. But when I got to Jamaica everything went downhill.

First off, stupidly I forgot to turn on world service on my T-Mobile so I couldn't roam on the network. I have an unlocked T610, so I didn't think I needed to turn anything on, since the phone was unlocked. I paid for internet service at the hotel to email T-Mobile to turn this on, which they couldn't guarantee that they could do since I was out of the country. I also had arranged for the concierge at our hotel to get a local prepaid SIM card from Digicel, Jamaica's local provider. T-Mobile was able to turn on the international phone service, and I was able to roam freely on the two providers in Jamaica. I also was able to get the SIM card, so I was able to communicated cheaply back to the states if needed. But sadly, Jamaica does not have GPRS service yet. Ain't that a kicker. So I was unable to send any MMS messages.

The posted images below are ones that I had captured during my time there, but was unable to post until I got back to the states because of the lack of service. Only the JFK one is actually posted in real time. Oh well, perhaps next time I'll get to go somewhere that actually has a more modern cell network.

camoto

jam(5).jpg

captured with a T610, posted live and wirelessly with mfop

camoto

jam(4).jpg

captured with a T610, posted live and wirelessly with mfop

camoto

jam(3).jpg

captured with a T610, posted live and wirelessly with mfop

February 21, 2004

camoto

jam(2).jpg

captured with a T610, posted live and wirelessly with mfop

February 16, 2004

camoto

jam(1).jpg


On our way.
captured with a T610, posted live and wirelessly with mfop

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