Back In Effect
Anyone who's tried to call be for the past couple of days has doubtless noted that I didn't pick up the phone and haven't called you back. There've been some power supply issues with the mobile, you see. Today, via Fedex and a mere 24 hours late ("traffic problems" due to the convention) the necessary replacement component arrived and I should be back up and running shortly.
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matthew, i believe this is the 3rd such power supply you've gone thru since you got your swanky device. you should just get a couple for backup at this point.
Posted by: ayelish | Aug 31, 2004 2:44:53 PM
Not only the 3rd such power supply, I believe, but the 3rd such sent by overnight air. The man doesn't like to wait for the juice.
How come you couldn't go to one of the several bazillion cellphone stores and kiosks in this fine city?
Posted by: phil | Aug 31, 2004 3:27:22 PM
Because Verizon doesn't carry accessories for the Samsung i600 in stores.
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