Today I met a professor at the University of West England, whose two sons have migrated to the USA to be successful entrepreneurs. This latex and memory foam bed is the fruits of one of those son’s labours. I love it, and cannot wait for it to arrive in the UK,
My 20.10 Alcatel bit the dust all of a sudden, after 18 months of service – but loving the replacement – again just £40 from Argos
Re-equipped the phone with ringtones (place into a folder when in mass usb mode and you can pick it up from profiles)
…although you might like the following simplest mobile phone in the world for:
- Elderly people who don’t want complicated handsets
- Stroke survivors
- Those living with dementia
- Those with visual impairments
- People with learning difficulties
- Young children
…and also how this one I’ve just bought, the size/shape of a key fob (BMW X6 Mini Phone)!!
>>> and finally, the future for sustainable mobile phone technology
Not a problem, with this solution!
A great example of online enabling bespoke handcrafted signs to live on…
InstantPot! This thing speaks for itself in terms of the reviews you’ll see on Amazon. I am going to make my own ham. The best thing I’ve found so far is the ability to saute your stuff in the pot before then setting it to pressure cook. The rice cooker function has also impressed me – yummy ‘sticky rice’ at 3 cups of water to 2 cups of rice.
The Panasonic DMC-TZ60
– panaromic feature
– 30x optical zoom
– incredibly handy size and ergonomic
– fun creative effects
Simply the best if you want quality without going into SLR territory
Don’t get drawn into spending too much for over complicated pram systems.
This ‘nipper’ product is awesome for the job and you can even go running in it!
Thanks to Hester and Bob for this particular piece of enlightment.
1. Buy battery from a trusted retailer on Amazon (£10)
2. Buy a kit from Amazon, or as long as you have some tiny Philips screwdrivers for the tiny screws then you ok
3. Most important in terms of 2. is to look for a good suction cup; but definitely much better is to use or borrow someone’s suction cup from a SatNav. This worked a real treat!
4. Use a YouTube clip to take you through, but bear in mind the taking the screen off bit is difficult, but very easy indeed if you use a SatNav suction cup. Also, patience with prizing off the battery. I actually found using a tiny flathead screwdriver better than those plastic things I got with a kit, which broke as too flimsy!
Another successful dodge from Smartphone stress.
I got this good functional mobile phone from Argos (£40). It can take anyone’s sim card and you are not tied up into any contract.
But the real secret to turning into a stree-free and welcoming device, was to find this excellent site for Vintage Phone Ringtones at www.beepzoid.com/old-phones/
If you plug the Alcatel 2010 into a pc or imac you can put it into ‘Mass USB mode’ and place music files directly into its memory so you can pick them up in the Profile settings for a new ring tone.