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I Am Skooter
So here's us, on the raggedy edge.
Huge orange flying boat rises off a lake / Thousand-year-old petroglyphs doing a double take / Pointing a finger at eternity / I'm sitting in the middle of this ecstasy
— Bruce Cockburn, Wondering Where the Lions Are
March 17, 2007
My Name is Skot, and I use a Mac

My name is Skot, and I use a Mac. Because of this, I can’t switch my cell phone number to Bell Canada from my current service provider—at least not without reading a 200 word essay explaining why I shouldn’t be using Safari to surf the web.

Bell Canada Broswer Detect Splash Page

This is funny, because for the 10 years that I had a cell phone with Bell, my use of a Macintosh was never a problem.

Those broken images are fixed now. Thank god for small favours.

At least I know where I’m not going to get my iPhone if I decide to get that route. Probably not a Blackberry either, since the CDMA coverage only works in North America.

Posted by skooter at 9:00 AM This entry is filed under Technology.
This entry is tagged: Apple, Bell, Information Architecture, Usability

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