Back to basics
Since my post discussing how the Desire was having a negative effect on my life, I did go for a full day without turning it on at all. I was concerned that I was starting to develop a Pavlovian response to it, evidenced by my twitchy eye that started up every time I even looked at the Desire. So after the 24hrs of respite, I’ve turned it back on, but I’m only accessing things that I have already mastered or that are extensions of such things and are obviously easy (eg the calendar – I have now put an entry in the calendar instead of just using it as a reminder system).
Before I attempt anything more challenging, I’m going to have some time with a mobile mentor. The mentors are available for normal customers, so this will not fall outside of my “no geek help” rule. To be frank, I was never against using the mentors, I’ve just literally not had an uninterrupted hour available to use the service. I’m pretty sure the hour would be wasted if Mr4 was constantly asking questions. Of course, this probably means I won’t have time until June 4. So until then, I won’t be utilising the phone’s capabilities, but I’ll be a calmer person for it.
This entry was posted by Helen on May 27, 2010 at 07:28, and is filed under Uncategorized. Follow any responses to this post through RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback from your own site.
Good Luck Helen with the mentor. I have had my desire for 24 hours, and even though I am Psuedo Geek, I needed my partner (who is a Super Geek) to set my phone up. Once we went through everything, and he set it up the way I can use it, I have found that today the phone is great. I love the Facebook/twitter links, I can check them on the go, and he added other apps that I can use in my life. So I hope that your mentor helps you setting up the phone how you can use it for YOUR needs. Good Luck
Good to hear Helen! Email me to help you set up a Mobile Mentor session.
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