Mobile Blogging

I'm wi-fying this one in from sunny Southern California.

This post is being authored from the i-mate JASJAR device that I picked up at the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference. They hooked up conference attendees for a cool $149. Already I've seen them going on eBay for almost $1100. I'm still trying to decide if I should keep it or not.

Check out the specs for this thing on this eBay listing.

I was hoping that I would somehow hook up with some Arizona people while I'm out here, but it's just not in the cards. Molly has been spending her time in Beverly Hills, visiting the stars' homes, horseback riding by the Hollywood sign, etc. I have been spending long days learning about Vista, WPF, WCF, WWF, WinFX, WS-*, SQL and the like. We're off to MA saturday morning.

That's all for now.


Jeremy said...

I neglected to include the links that I normally would have included. Just check out http://www.clubimate.com for details on the JASJAR.

Joshua Provost said...

Good to see you learning about the WWF. Have you figured out the true identity of The Ultimate Warrior yet?

Gabe said...

How long were you there? I just read this post. We were in San Diego over the weekend.

Jeremy said...

We got there Monday night and started heading back Saturday around noon time. LA feels like a dirtier Phoenix to me.

Joshua Provost said...

You got it, LA is an armpit, especially if you were anywhere near downtown.

Did you get out to Santa Monica, or Hollywood, Sunset Strip? The 3rd Street Promenade in Santa Monica is fun, and the beach down there.

Gabe said...

We would barely have had time to hook up. L.A. is more like a dirtier San Diego, since they're both by the beach. If you have a choice between the two, go San Diego.

Jeremy said...

Our hotel was right in the middle of downtown. I was surprised how there was nothing open in downtown LA after 9:00 PM. I guess that's not where the action is.

We went up and down Hollywood Blvd, Sunset Blvd, Santa Monica Blvd, etc. I think we caught a bust in progress on Sunset.

We didn't end up really going to the beach. There was a storm from the Pacific that had churned up all sorts of stuff and the waves were like 12 feet high.