>> I used to always wipe my keitai on my clothes to remove
>>makeup smudges - now I use the lamb.
>why on earth are you kissing the screen?
Ah Nick - you have obviously never worn makeup.. so that rumour is *not*
true after all!!!! (I am joking of course!! ) :-)
This is makup from my cheek from the odd occassions when I actually use
my Keitai for voice.. this is not often I might add. But the same thing
happens with no makeup - just smudges from human skin. But a smudgey
screen does make it harder for people to snoop at what you are looking at
on your phone on crowded trains...
(Aside - I don't think there is any place for tough screens in Keitais
for this reason - and this from a PDA junkie.)
>ah - the joys of videophone....
Actually I have the new P504is with the two cameras and it is really
handing for checking the makeup on the train without looking at a mirror...
Yes Juergen I have finally replaced my NM502i.. :-)
>Biometrics based on earwax DOES possibly have a future though....
Yukky thought - does that mean that it is less effective for people who
regularly clean their ears - or is this going to change personal hygeine
habits (ergo fashion) so that crusty ears will be the norm.. yukky..
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