I text my "peeps" with a computer and a keyboard. As much as I would love to type on a numerical pad with T9, I just find it too cumbersome...jazzlover said:
No one's calling you an idiot. I'm just saying that either you haven't updated you phone in a while, or you didn't read the manual like 95% of the population.jazzlover said:Yes, I am an idiot. I never used texting much cause it took so damn long.
Most people don't read those longwinded things. In the Unix world for when people can figure something out, others tell them to check the man pages by typing "man" followed by the program or command they want to learn about. They are told in this acronym though: RTFM. I always get a kick out of that.jazzlover said:No, I didn't read the manual. I'm stobborn with things like that. I know I'm saving minutes now though.
That drives me crazy; people who feel it necessary to text in class. I can't imagine my social life being so damned important that I couldn't be without my cell phone for a few hours. But then again, maybe I'm just old school.MrSugar said:The question is, can any of you guys text with t9 with the phone in your pocket or out of sight? It's a skill I have built up while being in class and ... eeek ... driving.
Edit: Also, t9 has been around for ages, I couldn't text without it, it's about 100x faster than waiting for the letters to switch.