View Poll Results: How has the creation of the Favorites List impacted the use of your i930?

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  • Tremendously (greatest thing since sliced bread, The "Second Coming of Christ", etc.)

    4 66.67%
  • Made me a believer (didn't think the i930 was this cool, but now I do)

    0 0%
  • I pick it up more often than before (not a webaholic, but interested in the web mobility)

    1 16.67%
  • Made a dent (it's OK, but I've seen better... get on with some improvements)

    0 0%
  • The phone's still a piece of sh.. (not even God would make this rig a better device)

    1 16.67%
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Thread: How has the creation of the Favorites List impacted the use of your i930?

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    Question How has the creation of the Favorites List impacted the use of your i930?

    Please put your commentary in this thread along with any pros/cons, revision requests, battery life changes, personal life changes, impact on usage, etc.

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    Thanks for voting on this. The list still exists at http://ke4qpf.com/mobile. It is now more Android friendly. Since the site conversion, I don't know where the original "stickied" blog went.
    I left NEXTEL because:
    1) Gary Forsee for single-handedly killing the mighty NEXTEL
    2) Paul Saleh for coughing up the money for Gary's BIG ideas of grandeur from the NEXTEL cash cow
    3) Timmy Donahue for taking his golden parachute and leaving post-merger when we needed him most
    4) Barry West for regressing iDEN backwards 10 years by killing 6:1 and WiDEN development
    5) Dan Hesse for practicing apathy over sympathy, then prolonging the pain

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