3 Oct 2003 mjcox   » (Master)

I just upgraded to a Sony Ericsson t610 so that with the integrated camera I can take pictures and send them back to the house to be displayed on the panels. Not that I'm really ever out of the house. Anyway this thing has polyphonic ring tones but all the sites want to charge you about US$6 per tone - outrageous!

But when playing around I noticed the phone will actually just play standard midi files. So using gnome-bluetooth you can drag and drop standard midi files into the phone and they just work. Free ringtones without any programming effort at all.

Gave a couple of interviews about the recent OpenSSL flaws to reporters from Computerworld and CNet; fortunately these interviews turned out better than the one in a UK weekly journal this week, even though I did make the cover with a cute photo.

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