Re: [dev] Suckless Smartphone?

From: pancake <>
Date: Mon, 06 Jun 2011 19:52:44 +0200

i mostly do this when i'm at bed (before waking up and when going to
sleep), the phone/pda/itt/...
screen size is the best one for this situation, and it's usually more
comfortable than any other
gadget, it brights on the dark, it's small and you can manage it with
just one finger without pain.

ebooks are fine for long travels because you dont have to care about the
battery.. but for most
of common travels I prefer to use a laptop to code stuff. else i find
myself inproductive.

When I bought an ebook 3 years ago it was great.(sony prs505).. but i
got tired of it because
most reads i do are slides (which display slow and wrong there) and
short papers, which I can
read in my laptop or phone in a much easier way than having to transfer
it to the ebook via usb.

Now it's just another abandoned gadget in my drawer. Together with an
OpenMoko phone, an n900,
a Dingoo and other stuff I just enjoyed for a short time till I realized
they sucked... well.. Dingoo is
probably the best buy I did in my life.. but that's another story..

On 06/06/11 19:34, Dieter Plaetinck wrote:
> I agree with that. phone screens are the least sucky to read ebooks on.
> Dieter
> On Mon, 06 Jun 2011 19:34:20 +0200
> pancake<> wrote:
>> I do, but only in phone, laptop/desktop/ebook screens sucks for
>> reading.
>> On 06/06/11 19:24, Guilherme Lino wrote:
>>> electronic books suck because you dont actually read them
>>> --
>>> Guilherme Lino
>>> On Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 5:45 PM, Dieter Plaetinck
>>> <<>> wrote:
>>> non-electronic books suck because you can't easily search in, or
>>> copypaste from them.
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