I can't quite picture it, but that's pretty cool. I know the military used to have a major error--I didn't know if they reduced it or fully eliminated it. I do know it was a good 5 feet off for me today. Maybe the GPS-A system introduced some error?<br><br>Updates:<br><br>* Best game around: Enigmo. Currently on sale. Get it. Zillions of levels and more to download free. Just the right puzzle/action mix for me, and no timer to race. I never played the Mac version, but the touch version works great. Also had fun with crosswords (the free one, I forget the name... ends in a 2). The iPhone screen didn't feel cramped for crosswords, since the board pans around automatically as you try different clues.<br><br>* Watched some video--great screen, and loud enough not to need earphones (if I don't need bass). Now, for music, I did use the headphones, and the skipper clicker is very nice to have.<br><br>* The long backups have not repeated. They're short now that I'm not moving tons of apps back and forth.<br><br>* App-quitting has not repeated (on a large scale). I've had a couple fail to launch, but they either worked the next time, or were fine after I turned the phone off and on.<br><br>* Bought Jaadu for $25. Well worth it! I did a field test--with only 3G (no WiFi) I connected to my home Mac at the login screen, logged in to multiple user accounts, changed screen res around (up to 1920x1200), locked the screen and saw the screensaver then unlocked it, opened a Photoshop image, made some fine precision edits and saved them, launched Windows via VMWare and updated my virus definitions
, watched some TV in EyeTV (smallest window, no sound, far from smooth but enough for me to check on my PVR), controlled iTunes with Jaadu's built-in remote, typed a message and had my computer speak it aloud, spied on my apartment via PhotoBooth, and then played an OpenGL game (Hordes of Orcs--didn't run well but it ran).<br><br>Bottom line: in an emergency I can pretty much do anything, anywhere (if there's 3G), from my iPhone, and leverage the power of my Core 2 Duo. If a client needs a huge video file encoded, I can whip through it on my phone and FTP it to him without having to lug my laptop! When I travel I'll probably leave my Mac on all the time--which is good for folding@home anyway--since I don't think VNC can wake it from sleep.<br><br>And over WiFi, it's fast enough to use your phone as a remote trackpad that happens to have a popup keyboard. The perfect device for sofa computing.<br><br>I have a few quibbles about Jaadu (it could probably use stricter security) but I know a new version is coming. The demo of Mocha was unacceptable: the mouse lacked precision. VNC is one of the main reasons I wanted an iPhone, and I'm not disappointed. Full desktop OS X and Windows in my pocket.<br><br>nagr[color:red]o</font color=red>mme
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