JUST A QUICK TEST TO to show how fast it can be done. I sent this image and a short sound clip from my Nokia E7 phone with Shane Egan peering over my shoulder. Shane is interested in extending his practise as a host on local radio. The process of taking the shot, making the one-minute clip, writing the email, sending it to the Typepad servers and viewing it online took less than three minutes.
The E7's viewfinder captured the look of my desk in the morning. The black Dell mouse connects to a Dell Precision M2400--the fastest laptop I have ever used. I should use the Dell screen with my laptop but I'm lobbying for an HDMI screen instead. Inside the brown leather pouch are all the cables that extend the E7 as a player for my personal terabyte drive (everything on the portable terabyte can be seen by the E7's file manager). One of the cables connects the DVDs on the E7 to the HD television screens in Tipperary Institute and that means no internet delays for playback of YouTube clips. I have several micbuds and earpieces inside the bag alongside charging cables. A Rode mic recorded the audio clip that's below this blog post. There are four Moleskine books on my desk--all being used to track programmes we are running for creative multimedia students. The black pouch holds a Sony digital dictaphone. The black cable charges a Nokia N8. The white cable charges an iPod Touch. The camera lens is a coffee cup. Now it's back to work.