Marketing DirectorWritten by Vibrafoon
Vibrafoon turns mobile phone into personal massaging device Rotterdam, The Netherlands, April 2005 - Vibrafoon launches Vibrafonic, an application that turns a mobile phone into a subtle personal massaging device. According to Harry Lips, marketing manager at Vibrafoon, Vibrafonic is exactly what people have been talking about for years, but no-one actually tried to commercially market. Everyone knows joke about using a phone as a massaging device through its vibration mode. "Pretty much all websites that sell mobile content offer same ringtones and wallpapers. We offer something new, something original", says Harry Lips. The Vibrafonics are downloadable at www.vibrafonics.com. They are available in three different categories: Fun, Flirty and Erotic. A few examples are 'Pounding Hearts', 'Kissing Lips', and more naughty 'Red Devil'. After ordering, customer receives an SMS message with selected Vibrafonic. When Vibrafonic is started phone vibrates gently while showing animation or movieclip.
Do I have to Read it?Written by C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot
Often when I run across a good novel, or even after I've written an interesting piece, myself; I'll offer stories or summaries to my teenagers Usually, their first response is, "Do I have to read it?" And many times, I will reply, "No, you don't have to read it, but I bet you'll find it interesting."
While time has evolved, kids and adults alike, are less inclined to check into local libraries for literary enjoyment. As a stark awakening, I find that most children eagerly seek other forms of entertainment in forms of multimedia such as video games, cable television, film and yes - Internet, too. While movies, TV, and Worldwide Web are phenomenal means of artistic and informational conveyance, they do not adequately serve human imagination.
My first real interest into in-depth novels began when my 5th grade teacher, Mr. Drozdowski introduced our class to William Shakespeare's play, MacBeth. I found Shakepeare's works intriguing and viewed his literature as a renewed breath in poetical, literary expressionism. I further immersed myself in other literature like Nancy Drew series, Jack London's "Call of Wild," and Alexandre Dumas' "The Count of Monte Cristo."