Baseball on Your Mobile Phone!Written by Joi Sigers
If you're like us, you can't possibly get enough baseball - great American game. Especially if you happen to have a team you're particularly passionate about, be it Cardinals, Cubs, Reds, Yankees, team from Boston (*sore St. Louis fan behind keyboard*), etc.
MLB.com has come up with something that'll make your baseball loving heart skip a beat. There is an entire page dedicated to "Baseball on your Mobile Phone". The pricing is fan friendly (wish tickets would follow suit) and you can choose from any team you happen to love.
Here is a quick rundown of what you'll find available:
-Wallpapers featuring your team's colors and logo.
-Gameday audio - you can follow Albert Pujols to bat, and subsequently around bases.
-Access live video and all top plays. Scott Rolen makes another great play? You're there!
Why Canít My Cell Phone Go Into Power Save Mode?Written by Gina Novelle at www.thirdpocket.com
copyright by Gina Novelle 05-05
I just donít get it. I have a $1500.00 HP Laser Printer that after 1 hour shuts down and patiently waits until I send a job. Then it magically ďwakes upĒ after 15 seconds and prints job. In other office, I have an HP G85 color printer; it goes to sleep and turns off scanner light. Something in its circuitry knows how to come out of technical coma mode and with no human intervention; it copies, scans and prints. I even have a battery powered adding machine that does a power down after 15 minutes. Come to think of it, so does my Sony camera, my electric toothbrush, and my portable tape recorder. Why canít my cell phone?
After all, I donít use my electric tooth brush, adding machine, printer or camera in life saving situations, but someday, I may have to do that with my cell phone. When my husband fell in a turtle hole while hiking in desert, and broke his arm, it was his cell phone that enabled him to call home. Why donít cell phones have battery save mode?
How many times, have you been in car, or with kids, and needed to call home? You take out your cell phone, and oops, battery is dead. Sometimes, my cell phone even lies to me. It says battery is still alive. Just as I dial number, and hear voice on receiving end say hello, thatís when my cell phone dies.