Introducing MacLeod

It’s my colleague’s birthday today. She is from Kazakhstan. I happened to have a spare copy of Ken MacLeod’s The Stone Canal which as you all know is partly set in Kazakhstan. So I’ve given it to her as a birthday present.

On reflection, maybe I should have started with The Star Fraction as the first book in the series?

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1 Response to Introducing MacLeod

  1. gaspode says:

    In fact Android 2.2 should sync with exchange out of the box (Exchange 2007 anyway – it has all sorts of exchange features built in – I use them see http://developer.android.com/sdk/android-2.2-highlights.html) – but that said it should also keep your contacts on the SD card as app2sd is built into 2.2 and can be set up in the settings. I’d double check the software version. Also – you say you spent a lot of money on it ? I assume you then brought a *new* offline one ? If its not a new one (generally speaking a new sealed one (simfree) will cost around £425 at the moment) then really check the software – I’d in fact get hold of the offical HTC 2.2 rom and reflash it.

    Oh and you can also turn off word auto correct 😉

    Also not sure where you got the 48 hours for email thing ? Again – you can define in the settings what to do with email once its downloaded?

    I’d talk to HTC directly, they can be really helpfull (even though it sounds like Android is the issue rather than the phone.

    Sorry you have had issues but having pretty much tried every flavour of phone available the desire is the best currently on the market – of course if Exchange syncronisation is that important too you theres always windows Mobile – This would infact be mysecond choice to the desire (yes – even over the iphone which would be third) http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/en-gb/devices/devices.mspx?id=1390

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