Changing Mobile Carriers

I’ve had an iPhone since they originally were introduced seven years ago. I actually waited in line for several hours at the Apple store in Lenox mall, Atlanta, Georgia. I posted about that experience back in the day. I’m one of those few remaining users who got AT&T’s unlimited data plan. But I’ve always hated AT&T1. To me, they have… Continue reading

Was I Really THAT Wrong?!

This has been rumbling around in the back of my mind bugging me for the past few weeks; so, I decided to blog about it. Those who know me well know that for the past 30 years I have been a huge advocate for embracing technology. Of late however, I’ve been seriously rethinking my participation on the technology cheerleading squad.… Continue reading

Operation Chokehold Gives AT&T Another Black Eye

The Fake Steve Jobs, Dan Lyons, has responded to AT&T‘s claim that his proposed Operation Chokehold is “an irresponsible and pointless scheme to draw attention to a blog.” Lyons responded, noting that the company has made over $10 billion in profit over the last nine months, and has seen wireless data revenues soar 80% over the last eight quarters, while… Continue reading

That’s Right: Tell It Like It Is!

My dislike of AT&T has been no secret on my blog. Others have shared similar disgust both in my blog’s comments section and in personal email. To recap just a single reason AT&T has earned my ire: Because AT&T will not offer me the tethered wireless internet connection* my iPhone supports, I have a Verizon wireless card that allows me… Continue reading