Thom' Luka (luka91) wrote,
Thom' Luka
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Chapter 1,282 - How I embrace technology, but still is puzzled by some things

I got my SonyEricsson K750i already on Monday, which impressed me, since I ordered it about 10 p.m. on Friday. Not exactly office hours.

And, it's great, even if I seem to find new features all the time :-p (Some stuff aren't totally evident at first. You can do certain things directly, but you sort of have to look for it, hidden away in tabs or a menu, and one sort of have to find it by an accident, doing something else, to find out that you can do that, and once you know about that feature, there's no problem, of course. Maybe I should read the manual?? ;)



Yeah.. it do have a 2 MP camera, with AutoFocus and Macro etc, and take decent images. Nice to know, in case one see something one want to photograph and didn't brought the camera.

The only thing that bothers me, is that some things is possible only one way. It have an e-mail client, so I can send and receive e-mails, which mean I can take a picture with the camera and then send it as an e-mail to someone. But, instead of starting to write an e-mail and attach the image, you have to go to the image and select to send it in an e-mail.

The only thing I'm trying to figure out at the moment, is how to be able to take a picture and to post it in LJ. That mean I have to send the image to some site that accepts uploads from the phone (I know that you're able to post images in Fotki through e-mail, but they doesn't allow external linking), then write the post with the link to the image and use WAP, SMS or e-mail to post it. Not that I might use it that often, but.. could be nice being able to do it at times.

I'd be very happy if someone have suggestions to how to achieve that..
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