I think choice is good, and I’ll be the first to admit that I’m an old Skool kinda guy.
I like to feel real physical things, hey isnt it one of a humans beings fundamental senses?
Blackberry to me is like an old school dude with that up to date new school flavour/swagger. It has class, it’s has style, it has presence but it’s not pretentious and following the crowd blindly, and therefore I respect it for what it is.
I still prefere to buy physical copies of CDs. I will do until amazon and streaming services finally put the last nails in the coffin (RIP Compact Disk)
We all know that “Blackberry people are Crackberry people” and this is who the Q10 is aimed at.
Why hate? Let’s celebrate the existence of four major platforms providing consumer choice and allowing us to be alike, niesh or downright sticking to fingers up at the matrix.
I currently use android and it’s maturing amazingly, I love the simplicity of the iPhone and although it’s restrictive in nature when it comes to sharing content, it is the best consumer devices for jo blogs on the market today. I paid almost no mind to windows phone until last week, when i first heard about the Nokia 620 with full windows phone 8 and nokias add ons, for a ridiculously amazing price to value rwhich I am now considering as my next phone and first introduction to the beautiful windows phone ecosystem.
Finally Blackberry. The truth is I love physical anything and on smartphones physical keyboards.
Right now for someone like me with my preferences, Blackberry is the only option alive.
Q10 to me is not worth it’s off line asking price, but then again neither is any other phone out there on the market. However, if cash was no problem for me, it would be my first choice as it exudes Quality and productivity. BB10 is impressive. Just like Windows phone 8 it’s fresh, stylish and connected.
We are all connected through diffent channels to the same source, my road is not yours and we may travel by different means, but we are probably still heading in the same direction.
Celebrate the innovation.
I also like lillyhammer, it’s actually quite funny and a strange setting for whitness protection. House of cards is very impressive but unless my Netflix is busted, I can only watch half the 20 odd episodes in the UK which is disappointing. Now watching Hemlock grove which is a bit slow and low budget, but I’m going to give it a chance and see if it’s got any life in it. Other than up to date films,Netflix is doing things right and it is going to be an even more powerful force in the future. Amazon should drop the Lovefilm branding in the UK and introduce prime for a more unified experience and please somebody start creating some great horror series. I’m really missing some sinister plots and atmospheric music with shocking death scenes and retarded girls walking around in the woods alone at night.