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Carlo

The iPhone is a great interactive offline device too. Don't the thousands of native apps created for the iPhone - including the Obama Campaign app - exhibit the potential for the iPhone to be a far more useful phone than a Blackberry would be for a President restricted from online access?

Partners in Grime

How ironic!

Dale Larson

Dear Mr. Obama: Please don't give up your Blackberry, use it differently!

Even as someone who's camped at the head of the iPhone line, I happily acknowledge the Blackberry as singularly useful to read email and send quicky-replies.

I'd love to have a President who continues to get input via email.

Why not keep doing that, and just post all your replies instantly to a public website so that we can see what's on your mind?

(Blogged in more detail at http://dalelarson.com/2008/11/mr-obama-dont-give-up-your-blackberry-use-it-differently.html)

Benjamin Wright

Similar issues apply in state government. On account of Open Records Acts, state governments are wise to insist that employees (including governors) route all business e-mail through a central e-mail archive and to encourage employees to take all personal e-mail to personal accounts. --Ben http://legal-beagle.typepad.com/wrights_legal_beagle/2008/08/local-government-e-mail-and-the-freedom-of-information-act.html

Me First

I am picturing Obama right now looking for a wall socket to recharge his iPhone because it died AGAIN during a press conference. Nice, iPhone fanboy.

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