April 30, 2004

A Benefit Of Developing Phone Software

Developing mobile phone software usually means you end up with an assortment of handsets and SIMs in your possession. This obviously increases the likelihood of receiving a text message sent to the wrong number, such as the one that just arrived at one of the test phones:

Misdirected text: Did I just see you going down the a1?
My reply (on behalf of the test SIM, obviously): I doubt it. I've been hiding in a drawer for the past few weeks.

Unfortunately, they don't seem to want to join in the fun...

Posted by Adrian at April 30, 2004 02:56 PM | TrackBack

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Thanks for you kind comments on our 10th Aniversary on Reengage Adrian! I'm interested to know what kind of mobile phone software you are writing. Good luck with it.

I'm also sorry that your mystery texter did not rise to the bait!

Posted by: Jonathan Briggs at May 4, 2004 08:43 AM
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