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The Ultimate Geek Christmas Card

samzenpus posted more than 4 years ago | from the when-you-care-to-send-the-geekiest dept.

Hardware 122

An anonymous reader writes "CNET reports on the world's most geeky Christmas card, and also the most expensive. The card is made out of a 1st gen iPhone, hacked into a Christmas card using cardboard, paper and glue. The card includes a virtual 'bauble' which uses the iPhone's accelerometer to recreate Christmas decorations that bounce and move with the card. The makers of the card say that because of the iPhone's battery life 'you probably don't want to post it anywhere it will take more than 3 days to arrive.'"

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Assuming that... (1)

ls671 (1122017) | more than 4 years ago | (#30368908)

> you probably don't want to post it anywhere it will take more than 3 days to arrive

Assuming that it makes through the postal system and that it is not flagged as some kind of potentially explosive devise ! ;-))

Re:Assuming that... (4, Funny)

ObsessiveMathsFreak (773371) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369092)

Re:Assuming that... (1)

briggsb (217215) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369308)

And because of that you can't take it on a plane [bbspot.com] either.

Re:Assuming that... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30370350)

So, you're suggesting it would be better to convert an iPhone into a homemade Christmas cracker?

Re:Assuming that... (1)

easyTree (1042254) | more than 4 years ago | (#30372380)

Jeez, making that card was a complete waste of time. Can't we just blend it [youtube.com] instead?

Re:Assuming that... (1)

AP31R0N (723649) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369280)

i'd be worried about it becoming a present for a postal worker's kid!

A goatse card (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30368922)

here [goatse.fr]

Does the hack (1, Interesting)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30368942)

break the iPhone warranty?

Yours In Petrograd,
Kilgore Trout

There are cheaper ways (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30368964)

There are cheaper ways of saying "Merry Christmas" to the postman.

Re:There are cheaper ways (1)

rrhal (88665) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369338)

And it make turning in you "Geek Card" somewhat more painful.

Re:There are cheaper ways (1)

Sulphur (1548251) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369542)

Send one to that nice Nigerian who is trying to send you that big pile of money.

Have an Android Christmas! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30368966)

In b4 Google makes an Android Christmas card

Slow News Day? (1)

uuddlrlrab (1617237) | more than 4 years ago | (#30368980)

Of all the things to post about, and we get stories on how to waste technology? Insert joke about the phone having a 'paperweight mode' here...

Re:Slow News Day? (1)

Lumpy (12016) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369856)

It's like we turned into Hack-A-Day... look I glued this to a piece of paper!

Re:Slow News Day? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369956)

*Insert generic "this is not a hack" "what is this site coming to?" hack-a-day reply post here*

Re:Slow News Day? (1)

Alphathon (1634555) | more than 4 years ago | (#30370050)

Why the #*@& did that post anonymously? I didn't tell it too =/ (It's almost as if we're dealing with the comment system of a certain engaging blog about gadgets)

Re:Slow News Day? (1)

uuddlrlrab (1617237) | more than 4 years ago | (#30372856)

No joke. What's next? "Next on Martha Stewart: How to line your walls with giant lcd screens. You'll never have to wallpaper again, just change it on your computer. It's a good thing."

Iphones are not very geeky (3, Insightful)

moep (1132491) | more than 4 years ago | (#30368996)

I remember a friend of mine signing a birthday card with a handwritten gnupgp signature ... thats geeky those fancy fanboy phones are not.

Re:Iphones are not very geeky (-1, Flamebait)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369186)

I would have to agree with you.
The iPhone is not heteronormative. It is beyond homosexual, to Mac-fag.
Who'd have though queer studies was so interesting and nuanced?

Re:Iphones are not very geeky (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369250)

since when are "arts and crafts" geeky?

Re:Iphones are not very geeky (1)

jbeaupre (752124) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369692)

Next time to uuencoded his christmas message. Maybe with a picture of a 20 sided dice and quote from Star Wars.

Anywhere it will take more than 3 days to arrive (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369002)

If you think the battery life sucks, wait till you get to the roaming charges.

Bah humbug.

Re:Anywhere it will take more than 3 days to arriv (1)

cayenne8 (626475) | more than 4 years ago | (#30370708)

"If you think the battery life sucks, wait till you get to the roaming charges."

Ok, I gotta ask...who gets roaming charges on an iPHone? I mean, the unlimited data plan has never been upcharged when I've traveled, and I've been driving all around, and I've seen the 'roaming signal' but, again...nothing extra on my phone bill from this, I could swear the plan said free roaming too??

Is this maybe just in some countries other than the US?

Good idea (2, Funny)

Kenoli (934612) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369018)

Yes, just pop it right into the mailbox.

Seems more like an advert (4, Insightful)

thetoadwarrior (1268702) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369022)

This article (and the cnet one to be fair) seems more like an advert for for a boring little iPhone app.

Re:Seems more like an advert (1)

crunch_ca (972937) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369256)

On top of which, the guy who made the card also happens to be the guy who wrote the bauble app (only 59p).

Nice way to promote the app (but shame on the /. editors).

Re:Seems more like an advert (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369276)

... an advert to be sung to the tune of "I'm dreaming of a douchebag Christmas, with every iPhone card I send ..."

Re:Seems more like an advert (5, Funny)

wizardforce (1005805) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369294)

Indeed. There's no real skill involved in the making of this "geek card" either. Looking at the title you'd expect to see a story about some geek building the thing from scratch and programming it to do whatever task was required. Instead we get two links about some random app with the Iphone glued to a piece of cardboard. The thing looks like a crafts project for the local elementary school.

Re:Seems more like an advert (1)

LOLLinux (1682094) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369632)

Actually the submitter is the one that turned it into something "geeky". The original article doesn't contain the word "geek" at all and just said it was the world's most expensive christmas card.

Re:Seems more like an advert (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369414)

Might well be an advert but I can imagine a few people sending their significant other a card like this. I'm developing iPhone apps at the moment and the biggest single issue is getting noticed, the app looks great so ... well done the developers for doing something different to get attention!

Re:Seems more like an advert (1)

thetoadwarrior (1268702) | more than 4 years ago | (#30371236)

I don't blame him for trying it and props to him getting numerous sites to promote it but the editors should have shown more restraint and let this one pass.

Re:Seems more like an advert (1)

Hognoxious (631665) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369564)

New here much?

why a phone, why not an ipod touch? (2, Insightful)

e_armadillo (14304) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369030)

No, I didn't RTFA, so flame away. But wouldn't a 1st gen touch be cheaper, and do the job?

Re:why a phone, why not an ipod touch? (1)

SnarfQuest (469614) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369110)

If it's cheaper, then it won't be the most expensive expensive Christmas card. Thus, it doesn't do the job.

Not even close to the most expensive. (4, Informative)

Lemmy Caution (8378) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369430)

This is by no means the world's most expensive Christmas card. That would be an 1843 carddesigned by English painter JC Horsley, commissioned by Sir Henry Cole, an English businessman who modernized the postal system. Only 1000 were made, and only a handful survive. One was recently auctioned for £22,250.

More info here. [christmascards.co.uk]

I pwn u (1)

Hognoxious (631665) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369606)

I just took an ordinary Christmas card and stapled a cheque for 23 grand inside it. Pwnd.

Re:I pwn u (1)

Lemmy Caution (8378) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369916)

I could take that card and put it in the Horsley card!

Re:I pwn u (1)

clone53421 (1310749) | more than 4 years ago | (#30370078)

And lay it on the passenger seat of an Aston Martin with a ribbon tied around the windshield!

Re:I pwn u (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30371626)

And load the car onto a really big yacht.

Depends how many apps and songs are installed (1)

motorcyclemaintain (1674658) | more than 4 years ago | (#30370700)

An iPhone, plus contract, plus a bunch of apps, movies and songs, could easily be worth more than £22,250.

Re:Depends how many apps and songs are installed (1)

von_rick (944421) | more than 4 years ago | (#30371396)

iPhone doesn't have enough memory to hold more than £22,250 worth of movies, nor has enough shelf life to put on that amount in contract fees.

Re:why a phone, why not an ipod touch? (1)

natehoy (1608657) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369150)

I think the "reuse" factor of this is that you'd actually have an old Gen 1 iPhone sitting around doing nothing.

I suppose if you happen to have an iPhone gen 1 lying around not being used, it could still be useful to the recipient once Christmas is over. After all, it still holds music, and you could probably get a prepaid SIM for it and have a pretty awesome prepaid phone, though of course it couldn't do data, etc. Can you still use an old iPhone to access WiFi and do everything like an iPod Touch could if you don't have it hooked up to cell phone service?

Re:why a phone, why not an ipod touch? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369426)

Yeah, I did for awhile. To top it all off you can call people via google voice and the skype app.

Re:why a phone, why not an ipod touch? (1)

von_rick (944421) | more than 4 years ago | (#30371422)

If nothing, it can at least serve as a shiny paperweight.

Wow, you have an iPhone (5, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369038)

Dude, you used an iPhone, that is definitely such a geek thing to do. Because there is nothing else on the planet that could possibly make you a geek more than an iPhone; geeks are cool.

(Fuckwits)

Re:Wow, you have an iPhone (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369508)

Dude, you used an iPhone, that is definitely such a geek thing to do. Because there is nothing else on the planet that could possibly make you a geek more than an iPhone; geeks are cool.

Dude, it's Tuesday. Slashdot reserves its iPhone hating for Thursdays -- didn't you get the memo?

Re:Wow, you have an iPhone (2, Insightful)

rocket97 (565016) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369894)

I have always wondered why having an iPhone makes you geeky? I know plenty of people who own them that can't even operate a standard desktop.

Re:Wow, you have an iPhone (1)

von_rick (944421) | more than 4 years ago | (#30371496)

You can't use your thumbs to type on your desktop keyboard - I mean you can, but that would be awfully silly.

*Anyone who posts, "Some of us type using our thumbs, you insensitive clod", would be mercilessly ridiculed.

Re:Wow, you have an iPhone (1)

Midnight Thunder (17205) | more than 4 years ago | (#30370860)

Dude, you used an iPhone, that is definitely such a geek thing to do. Because there is nothing else on the planet that could possibly make you a geek more than an iPhone; geeks are cool.

Its now cool to be a geek. We are just too geeky to be allowed to be called geek anymore, those bastards. I am sticking with the 1337 title.

Re:Wow, you have an iPhone (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30370900)

Okay, since when is iPhone a geek item?

I like it (1)

Drasham (1626825) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369040)

Interesting and innovative!

Cool Idea (2, Insightful)

b0bby (201198) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369050)

This actually seems like a great way to give someone an iphone or touch for Christmas - way cooler than just leaving it in the standard box. Plus since you'll have already charged it up it's ready to go right away.

Re:Cool Idea (1)

SirBigSpur (1677306) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369066)

...Yeah but them you won't be able to open up the package fresh! Isn't that half the fun?

Re:Cool Idea (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369098)

Shut the fuck up you raging homo.

Re:Cool Idea (1)

nizo (81281) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369298)

Even better if you are giving someone a used iphone!

Re:Cool Idea (1)

natehoy (1608657) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369200)

Plus since you'll have already charged it up it's ready to go right away.

As long as you charge it up the night before, just before you wrap it. Leaving an app like this running on it would discharge the battery pretty quickly, and turning it off would mean that this app isn't running and you'd have to grab it from them and fire up the app as soon as they unwrapped it.

And, trust me, you don't want to get between a geek and their new shiny thing. Keep arms and legs clear of the machinery, folks.

Re:Cool Idea (1)

b0bby (201198) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369808)

Yeah, maybe not for a geek, but if you were getting one for a spouse or kid it would be fun.

Ha, hint to my wife (2, Funny)

elrous0 (869638) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369094)

Sure beats the hell out of those damn annoying cards that just play music.

iPhone geeky? (5, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369102)

Since when is the iPhone "geeky"? It's mainstream AND against any software developer who needs an open environment to create and run applications. So it's an anti-geek christmas card.

Re:iPhone geeky? (-1, Flamebait)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369190)

Maybe gay geeks, and gay designer types that thinking they're geeks because they finally got a smartphone?

Re:iPhone geeky? (1)

gblfxt (931709) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369512)

apparently its based on BSD, so falls into the geek category? got nothing.....

Deprecation of the word "geeky" (3, Interesting)

fliptout (9217) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369106)

So, anything remotely involving technology is considered geeky these days. I'm sure lots of people would be tickled to receive an iphone Christmas card, but the only hack involved is creating the actual paper card part.

In the past, I've made birthday "cards" with PICs and monochrome LCDs. Now that is geeky.

Re:Deprecation of the word "geeky" (2, Funny)

Foxxxy (217437) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369180)

But they cut paper and used glue... I bet they had to calculate the proper amounts using a complex model and ensured that the colour scheme was to the recipient's liking. It's not like they just cut paper, spread glue and jammed a phone in the middle like my 2 year old does.......

wait......

Re:Deprecation of the word "geeky" (1)

Lord Lode (1290856) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369364)

Geeks by definition (or at least what used to be the definition...) were socially inept but good at some narrow technical or artistic field. For some reason, there came a sort of "geek" identity which (maybe due some movies?) became "cool". And then suddenly people who have nothing to do with the group of people described above call themselves "geek". And that's how you get this...

Re:Deprecation of the word "geeky" (1)

LandDolphin (1202876) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369528)

There were no clear definitions for the words Nerds, Geeks, Etc. They were insults from "popular kids" to "un-popular kids" and were interchangeable; Nerds, Geeks, etc., created a classification system in their Nerdy-Geekdom. Somewhere along the line, people started taking pride in the names they were branded with and further down the line being "un-cool" became "cool" and people that would have never been called a Nerd, Geek, etc., were calling themselves one.

Re:Deprecation of the word "geeky" (2, Funny)

DragonWriter (970822) | more than 4 years ago | (#30372196)

Geeks by definition (or at least what used to be the definition...) were socially inept but good at some narrow technical or artistic field. For some reason, there came a sort of "geek" identity which (maybe due some movies?) became "cool". And then suddenly people who have nothing to do with the group of people described above call themselves "geek". And that's how you get this...

By what used to be the definition when the word first entered the English language, "geek" seems to have meant "fool", so the use in the article makes sense -- its just come full circle.

Re:Deprecation of the word "geeky" (1)

Chris Burke (6130) | more than 4 years ago | (#30372070)

In the past, I've made birthday "cards" with PICs and monochrome LCDs. Now that is geeky.

Bah! Neither of you are true geeks, since you have friends/loved ones to send cards to.

Re:Deprecation of the word "geeky" (1)

SpacePunk (17960) | more than 4 years ago | (#30372788)

Maybe they are just taking the card up the basement stairs.

Hint to slashdot editors (5, Informative)

joeflies (529536) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369108)

if the hack doesn't actually involve fabricating or soldering, then it's not really a hack worthy of the front page.

Re:Hint to slashdot editors (3, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369156)

if the hack doesn't actually involve fabricating or soldering, then it's not really a hack.

 
Fixed that for you.

Re:Hint to slashdot editors (4, Funny)

countSudoku() (1047544) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369408)

Indeed! And it sounds like it's just duct taped onto the back of the card. Some hack. I'm so inspired I'm gonna "hack" the bottom of a movie theater popcorn container and then when the mood is just right... I'll offer some to my date. Damn, I'm smooth!

Re:Hint to slashdot editors (2, Insightful)

Lord Lode (1290856) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369446)

Apparently glueing some paper around an iPhone is frontpage material these days :(

Oblig (2, Funny)

SnarfQuest (469614) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369146)

The inside writing?

"Imaging a Beowulf cluster of these"

Guinness Book disagrees about this (3, Informative)

qazwer00 (1152449) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369244)

Most Valuable Christmas Card The most valuable Christmas card was sold at an auction in Devizes, Wiltshire, UK in 2001 for $20,000. The card was hand-colored by illustrator John Calcott Horsley. The card was originally sent by Sir Henry Cole of Bath to his grandmother in 1843.

Re:Guinness Book disagrees about this (1)

clone53421 (1310749) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369572)

Expense and value are not necessarily the same. I don’t think it cost Sir Henry Cole $20,000.

Hrmmmm, time to revoke (4, Insightful)

Overzeetop (214511) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369264)

samzenpus's geek card, if you ask me.

ohnoitssamzenpus (1)

Chad Birch (1222564) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369310)

Is there an "ohnoitssamzenpus" tag yet? There should be, every story he posts is awful.

Christmas Card? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369354)

There's an app for that.

A real geek christmas card (4, Interesting)

bl8n8r (649187) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369370)

would have:
- matrix screensaver on the the front
- 20-project electronics kit on the left inside flap
- "happy holidays" would start with: 48h 41h 50h 50h 59h ...
- picture of the original star trek cast (with Redshirts)
- it would have a blue led on it that works as a flashlite
- ..and when you open it, it would play the screeching noise you
get out of your pc speaker when you accidentally dump core
to 0xA000

Re:A real geek christmas card (2, Insightful)

clone53421 (1310749) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369588)

Meh. I’d be satisfied with a series of LEDs and a shift register set to drive them.

Re:A real geek christmas card (1)

jameskojiro (705701) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369766)

Real geek cards come with vacuum tubes, relays and the card itself is a punch card.....

Re:A real geek christmas card (2, Funny)

clone53421 (1310749) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369788)

Like I said, I’d be content with... nevermind. Sorry, sir, I’ll get off your lawn.

Re:A real geek christmas card (1)

jameskojiro (705701) | more than 4 years ago | (#30370518)

Bah, My favorite card contains an abacus and slide rule.....

Re:A real geek christmas card (1)

systemeng (998953) | more than 4 years ago | (#30370330)

Definitely needs Nixie tubes. . .

Next week on some 'news' site... (4, Funny)

fridaynightsmoke (1589903) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369456)

"Some bloke has made another tedious iPhone app: iWank.
Using the iPhones cool features such as the unique touchscreen and accelerometer, you can literally wank Steve Jobs to orgasm. Simply make the appropriate motion with the iPhone, and see a naked Jobs on the screen. His expression changes according to the speed and rhythm of the motion. To finish the job, simply rub the on screen impression of Jobs' tumescent empurpled member and watch him ejaculate.
There have been rumours of a 'cheat mode', where Jobs can ejaculate in seconds after the user inputs a URL leading to another iPhone PR stunt on some news site. Apple has refused to comment.
SPONSORED LINK: Get your amazing super-hip iPhone HERE"

Re:Next week on some 'news' site... (1)

Locke2005 (849178) | more than 4 years ago | (#30370270)

I'm sure it's already been done, but rejected by the App Store.

Re:Next week on some 'news' site... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30372876)

Ya, his head wasn't big enough.

Re:Next week on some 'news' site... (1)

TerranFury (726743) | more than 4 years ago | (#30370994)

"Tumescent empurpled member." Nice. It's like something from a mutated and disturbed supermarket paperback.

Re:Next week on some 'news' site... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30371476)

sadly use of steve jobs image is punishable by gigawatt electrocution from his EYES

wut (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369464)

Why does Slashdot keep posting these dumb CNET UK stories?

Anyone want to help me start up a "cnetispants" tag?

Seriously (1, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369474)

I'm getting a bit sick of this site being one big rolling advert for a certain fruity multinational company and occasional OS developer.

It'd be absolutely fantastic to have a day, no in fact maake it a WEEK where it gets not one mention.

IANBG (work it out)

Re:Seriously (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30371294)

IANBG (work it out)

  1. I am not buying gifts? (you cheap bastard)
  2. I absolutely NEED Battlestar Galactica?
  3. I always no bad grammer?
  4. I am not being gouged? (IOW, see: #1)
  5. I ain't nothin' but gangsta
  6. Idiots are not born again
  7. Indians answer nonsense 'bout technology

The best part is...Commo! (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369482)

I'm part of the development team for this innovative device. The next stage in our progress will be to implement a new operating system, and we have chosen Commo! Linux, as it is the only distribution that is small and robust enough for the task.

ugg (1)

Dyinobal (1427207) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369538)

Why isn't this in idle, he loaded an app onto an iphone and tapped it to some cardboard drawn on with crayons, I don't think it counts as Hardware.

Re:ugg (1)

LOLLinux (1682094) | more than 4 years ago | (#30369710)

Beceause samzenpus knows that everyone has blocked idle stories so he posts his crap into other boards to get hits.

Tag (1, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369644)

Someone tag this "slashvertisement" because that is all it is.

HA! HA! HA! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#30369964)

About all ANY iPhone is good for!!!!!

Oh, it's a CNET story. (2, Insightful)

Minwee (522556) | more than 4 years ago | (#30370128)

Just because there's a battery powered object in it doesn't mean it's geeky. Hardware hacking involves a little bit more than just cardboard, paper and glue. The whole 'hack' here is "Cut a hole in the card, put your iPhone in the card, make her open the card".

A true hardware geek would be ashamed to own up to this kind of cheap hack. Leaving the whole thing running on battery power non-stop while it's in the mail is just painful. To do the job right you would have to remove the case, fit the LCD panel properly into the card frame, add a switch to keep the whole thing powered off until you pull it out of the envelope, and probably do a little firmware hacking to ensure that the display is up and running the moment it powers up. For bonus marks, source your hardware somewhere other than the Apple store and save yourself about a hundred bucks.

But then again it's a CNET article. You can't expect too much.

Why an iPHONE? (1)

hudsucker (676767) | more than 4 years ago | (#30372080)

This isn't taking advantage of using an iPhone; it could just as well used an iPod Touch.

A real geek card using an iPhone would have modulated the GSM carrier so that the nearest speaker would buzz to the tune of a Christmas carol.

Who Else? (1)

Techman83 (949264) | more than 4 years ago | (#30372460)

Wanted to beat that bloke senseless by the end of that. I know I was bored, but I figured a "geeky" card might have been interesting. Thoroughly dissappointed (should I have expected anything different, I don't really consider having an iPhone in the least bit geeky)
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