the mobile code

One of the initial reasons for getting a new phone was that I wanted to have a good tool that allows me to blog “from the road”, as I had already done that last year on December 30th through my old Nokia 6230i while waiting in the lobby of a neat Hotel in Mombasa. With the Nokia N95 in my hands, this task seems to be a bit easier now, although I still have to figure out how to enter hyperlinks + the keyboard keypad is a bit disappointing. Should I switch to a Nokia E61i?

And….haiiyaaa…there’s SO much more to write about this new gadget, but then – the internet is full of interesting stories + I am horribly short in time these days, so the mobile code below actually says it all. Ama? :-)

JKE's mobile code :-)

Author: jke

Hi, I am an engineer who freelances in water & sanitation-related IT projects at You'll also find me on Twitter @jke and Instagram.

5 thoughts on “the mobile code”

  1. Wow! That code thing is so cool!

    JKE I can see your new N95 is still subject of your posts! :-) Now why on earth would you give it up for the E series? **shaking head** Heheheh!!

    I upgraded my HTC Wizard (iMate KJAM) to Windows Mobile 6 last night and i am loving it…it shall keep me appeased till i can no longer resist the temptation to upgrade…

  2. Woah, such an HTC Wizard isn’t bad as well! I envy you on that keyboard, wish the N95 had one…(there’s a wireless bluetooth one).

  3. I got it specifically for that very reason! :-) It does have the full keyboard since i mostly text and email and chat over gprs, voice calls are to a minimum and Win Mobile 6 has a kick a*** audio player for my 1gb plus tunes!

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