Saturday, January 9, 2010

Old School vs. New School, Which Will Win?

I said I'd do it and after 3 restless nights, I'm done---almost, anyway...

I won't be done until I hear back from you on what you like---will it be old school or new school?

I'll let you be the judge...

Do you prefer my "old school" approach to teaching you tips and tricks for your Samsung Code? I call it the show and tell approach and you can see example of what I'm talking about HERE.

Or do you prefer the "new school"? Check out this multimedia video below based upon the same lesson from above:

video

So what will it be---old school or new?

Let your voice be heard by replying in the section below.

4 comments:

  1. fyi there's an application called ContactFix that will do your whole phonebook at once.

    http://mq.roeiboot.com/apps/Contact_changer_v1.3.cab

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  2. There are quite a few apps that allow you to do this and it was going to be the subject of a follow up article, but you let the cat out of the bag!

    Thanks for your contribution!

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  3. I like the old school step by step style more, but I think the new video way can be more helpful especially in cases where someone might have a custom layout.

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  4. I appreciate you weighing in on this matter.

    I attempted to make an argument for the "new school" in following article:

    http://thecodeofmetropcs.blogspot.com/2010/01/annoucement-newest-addition-to-code-of.html

    Just curious, why do you like it more, is it:

    - You can learn on your own pace.
    - You can save it/print it for later reference.
    - All of the above
    - None of the above (if so, what is it)

    They say that one man's vote doesn't make a difference, but you got me thinking maybe I need to do both...

    Anyone else feel the same way?

    Please tell me what you want, after all, I am doing this for all of you...

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