by All Area Codes
Cute. I'd say I'm a combo of certain aspects of the hacker, overuser, and fanboy.
I am a Apple fan that doesn't want a $100 phonebill. My 1/2 of the family plan is only $48 after taxes each month.
we are all a Hacker user
I still have a Razr *GGG* That certainly makes me a Unappreciative one.The day I make my move and buy a smart phone (eg the day I use my cell for more than making calls), I'll prolly get another Motorolla anyway.
I'm a "cheapskate holdout" too! Until I get a job with a phone stipend.
Is there a category for "cheapskate holdout trolling eBay for cheap iPhones -- or cheaper damaged iPhones that I can fix for a deal?" That's me.History: got a damaged 2g under warranty that I swapped for a new one @ Apple Store; got two 3G's that I frankensteined into my current phone; bought my wife a "dead" 3GS that just needed a new battery.Am I a geek, a hacker, a cheapskate, or just a sad little humanoid?
I'm the Overuser-FanBoy-DeskJob all rolled into one. Own a Mac and do <3 most things Apple, but didn't get the iPhone until 4 came out. I use it constantly and will download all kinds of Apps. But I also have a Blackberry (through work) so I'm a two phone carrying freak. :)
I am definitely FanBoy but I wish I was the Hacker.
I think I'm 3/4 Overuser and 1/4 FanGirl. I do have everything Apple (Mac, iPad, AppleTV, iPhone4)... but it's really Angry Birds that has me attached to my iPhone 24-7. ;)
I am the Overuser. I really WANTED to dress up as Angry Birds for Halloween, but didn't have $$ to make the costume.
I'm the user that thinks of a fruit when you say "Apple" and already outgrew a cell phone and the Social (in)Security that they offer. I just got a rotary phone for Christmas and couldn't be happier!
I miss my Razr. Hello Moto.
I don't have an iPhone, but use an iPad as a phone. I just want a device that works and can do what I want to use it for now and in the future.
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