Re: Phones are lovely but they'd be much better without cameras
Well, my answer is, Levis jeans have a little key pocket on the top right (from the user perspective). In the front left pocket I keep the wallet and the personal and work phones (yes, they scratch each other, but who cares about phones?), in the main front right pocket the actual camera and the handkerchief (white, pressed). The rear pockets I leave empty, for the pickpockets (public transport and side streets).
I carry a single key in ther key pocket that opens and starts the car, and the car carries a garage door opener that starts the home.
Someone at work wanted me to take a picture of something and send it to them, and when I explained that I usually transfer the memory stick to the PC once every month or so and can it wait until then?
Kind of drove them up the wall. They suggested that I might take the picture with a telephone. My laughter drove them further up the wall.
But, being helpful, I wrote the information they needed on a piece of paper with a pen. Technology that works.