Twitter microposts for 2008-10-22

  • I’m invited to the Nokia Email Service Product Manager Q&A this evening..any questions about the product you want me to ask? #
  • can somebody at womworld give robbieD a nudge it’s 5pm for the nokia email Q&A…please! #
  • My mum has been way too lucky this week she’s won a weekend away in a hotel an 8mpixel camera and an ipod shuffle

    Sent from my Nokia E71 #

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Twitter microposts for 2008-10-20

  • @atmasphere wow..3 handsets..not a good start for the N96 then #
  • Just re-installed this has come on heaps since I last used it..excellent #
  • Anyone bought a working (inc charging) car fm transmitter for their 3G iPhone? have bought 2 as presents for a mate and neither work for him #
  • – Testing twitpic #
  • – Testing twitpic #
  • – Testing twitpic #
  • @solobasssteve have you been watching his TV program too? I missed last nights but it,s on the pvr #
  • Anyone help on the fm transmitter that works with the 3G iPhone..down pub with said mate #
  • @barneyc yeah still no native app though..wonder when will appear #
  • @Whatleydude why not? Not an iPhone or even close..but please expand #
  • @ssethi I’m starting to think that @stephenfry is making a bid to take over all forms of media don’t have a problem with that..may up the IQ #

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Give me a car with an IP address

I wish my car had an IP address and I don’t understand why it couldn’t have one. It could either have a wi-fi connection and connect to the home wi-fi when sat on the drive, or 3G and a lost to insert the sim card of my choice. It’d obviously need an OS and some storage, but neither are a major problem.

I’d just like to be able to either set up an RSS feed for the car itself to drag down podcasts, or be able to connect to the storage from my PC and just drag and drop files across to it, either music or even films.

Doing the whole media thing in the car right now doesn’t work that well an there must be a better way.  There must be other benefits too, the dealer could dial in and check the cars vitals or the car itself could send updates (SNMP).

If we’re going to have an Internet of things, why don’t we start with the car being the first daily use thing to get an IP address.