Wow, a month!
This blog comes and goes. To make it come a little, I'm gonna try and post shorter and less elaborately (yeah, right, it's been elaborate). So, today, updates on geeky-life:
I got myselft Leapard as a Christmass-birthday present and have been running it for about a month now. I like it. I don't feel preview is slower, as some have pointed out, and everything I use has worked well. No problems. I am glad Apple learned from Linux about multiple desktops.
I got an iPhone, thanks to bluei and the coming of my birthday. It's great. Activating was easy with the many online guides (www.hackthatphone.com, especially), but unlocking was a little bit of a problem. Bootloader 4.6 before the 1.1.3 update. I bought a StealthSim and it worked wonders. I haven't touched the baseband and it works perfectly. I also managed to configure voicemail, thanks to a comment in this forum. Easy: dial *5005*86*yourcompletecellphonenumber#. Now you can tap the Voicemail icon and actually call Voicemail (my carrier is Movistar, don't know if works with the others).
That's all for a geeky update...