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Interesting AT&T hp-15C - Gerardo Rincon - 11-26-2011

Interesting AT&T hp-15C Here


Re: Interesting AT&T hp-15C - robert rozee - 11-27-2011

no it ain't... just presented with a facebook login page :-(


Re: Interesting AT&T hp-15C - Ethan Conner - 11-27-2011

Yes it is if you login. It is a FB posting which requires a FB account to view. :)


Re: Interesting AT&T hp-15C - Don Shepherd - 11-27-2011

There are many of us who despise Facebook and refuse to have anything to do with something that requires a Facebook ID.


Re: Interesting AT&T hp-15C - Ethan Conner - 11-27-2011

I think my grumpy old man meter just pegged out. lol For me it's advantages just ever so slightly outweigh it's disadvantages.


Re: Interesting AT&T hp-15C - Thomas Radtke - 11-27-2011

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For me it's advantages just ever so slightly outweigh it's disadvantages.
What advantages? Last time I asked I was answered that I could let my friends know when I'm out for dinner or going to the toilet. I found that this wouldn't compensate for being tracked by a company. But that's probably only me.


Re: Interesting AT&T hp-15C - Ethan Conner - 11-27-2011

Now the meter is broken....sigh. For those who don't FB that is fine.


Re: Interesting AT&T hp-15C - sylvandb - 11-27-2011

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There are many of us who despise Facebook and refuse to have anything to do with something that requires a Facebook ID.

And the great thing is, if you refuse to have a Facebook account and login, Facebook will auto-assemble and post a profile page for you based on whatever it can find from wherever. Especially if a lot of people who know you have facebook accounts. :(




Re: Interesting AT&T hp-15C - robert rozee - 11-27-2011

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[...] let my friends know when I'm out for dinner or going to the toilet [...]

neither are things i really want to advertise!!

any chance someone could post the content of the facebook link somewhere that us non-facebook'ists can view it?


Re: Interesting AT&T hp-15C - Howard Owen - 11-27-2011

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any chance someone could post the content of the facebook link somewhere that us non-facebook'ists can view it?

Here and
here.

Edit: added obverse photo.


Edited: 27 Nov 2011, 9:04 p.m.


Re: Interesting AT&T hp-15C - Egan Ford - 11-27-2011

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any chance someone could post the content of the facebook link somewhere that us non-facebook'ists can view it?

I logged in to Facebook to see it (then I logged off and removed all FB tracking cookies). It's just a 15C case with an AT&T Death Star logo. Nothing to write home (or here) about.

An interesting AT&T 15C would play DTMF tones--it's a 15C and a blue box.

Edited: 27 Nov 2011, 9:02 p.m.


Re: Interesting AT&T hp-15C - Howard Owen - 11-27-2011

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An interesting AT&T 15C would play DTMF tones--it's a 15C and a blue box.


Hah! I haven't heard that Woz (or John Draper) owned a 15C, but he could certainly afforded it. :)


Re: Interesting AT&T hp-15C - Dominic Richens - 11-28-2011

Meh. I only login to Facebook with an incognito window (Chrome) - take care of the tracking problem.

FB gets the bad rap because it is the most popular site to do this. Almost all online retailers do this. I see ads all the time on web sites advertising stuff I was just looking at from the retailer I was just looking at! Tigerdirect, newegg, dealextreme, even the place I buy car parts from! It always seems a little ridiculous to buy a ECU for my van and then to see ads for ECU on every web site I go to! I mean how many times in ones life does one need to buy a replacement ECU!!?


Re: Interesting AT&T hp-15C - Lincoln R. - 11-28-2011

Yeah, it's irritating. I once bought a set of fuel injectors for my Chevrolet and started seeing ads for all kinds of random car parts. "You might be interested in: A manual transmission rebuild kit for a Honda Accord" or "500 blank Ford ignition keys." Clearly their ad-targeting software isn't that bright.