Presenting The Guru’s Custom Android Boot Animation

Even though I’m not updating any longer, I’m still obviously attached to the whole Guru brand. I’ve used the Symbian-Guru wallpaper as the background on my Nexus One off and on, but recently decided that I needed to create a custom boot animation. The process is actually pretty simple, albeit quite tedious. I’ll shareContinue reading “Presenting The Guru’s Custom Android Boot Animation”

Day 6: A Retreat

Six days in and I’ve already broken, sort of. While I’m still doing quite well at keeping my personal Internet use limited to my Nexus One, I’ve come across a few instances that simply must be done from my computer. 1. Organizing Flickr photos – while the Flickr Mobile site is refreshingly awesome, it’s stillContinue reading “Day 6: A Retreat”

Day 2: Discoveries And Disappointments

This is the end of my second day of using my Nexus One as my only source of personal Internet and already I’m wanting to pull out my old familiar laptop and browser. The limitations of a 3.7-inch display and touchscreen keyboard are already proving to he bigger than I imagined. The biggest issue isContinue reading “Day 2: Discoveries And Disappointments”

First Thoughts On The Nexus One

A little over 3 weeks ago, I finally made the decision to dump Symbian and pick up a Nexus One, Google’s unbranded Android-powered smartphone. It was a big leap, given that I’ve pretty much exclusively used Symbian-powered smartphones for the past 6 years, and used them for everything. So, how do I like it? ForContinue reading “First Thoughts On The Nexus One”

Otterbox Impact Skin For Nexus One Review

When my friends at Otterbox sent me the Commuter case for my Nexus One, they also sent along the Impact series, so I could get a real good idea of the differences between the two product lines side-by-side.┬áThe Otterbox Impact series is a bit less hardcore than some of their other cases but still offersContinue reading “Otterbox Impact Skin For Nexus One Review”

How To: Properly Sync Music To Android With MediaMonkey

My love for MediaMonkey is not a secret – I found this desktop music management app quite some time ago and it quickly replaced Winamp for me due to the countless ‘extra’ features that make managing my music a better experience. You can read my full review of MediaMonkey here. While MediaMonkey synchronized with myContinue reading “How To: Properly Sync Music To Android With MediaMonkey”