Tag Archives: mobile phones

EXHIBIT SEVEN

The history of the mobile phone continues. Not that many years ago the only word that man and womankind managed to utter was “Ugh”. Even then womankind complained that it wasn’t what he said, it was the way he said it. It was a very tricky time for effective communication. The main way of transmitting […]

EXHIBIT THREE

The Pegasus bolt-on was developed by several mobile phone manufacturers in the late 90’s. It was never brought to market for 2 reasons. 1. The Civil Aviation Authority insisted that users would have to have some minimum qualifications to fly them with full certification after a full and thorough course run by them with an […]

EXHIBIT TWO

A very rare example of a first generation mobile phone. Amazingly this still works as well as it did back in the day. Also works at night. I think it’s going very well.

GOING, GOING ….. GONE!

Many years ago Lo, she is a terrible Goddess and I bought a couple of cars at auction. These were the days when the dealers carried around the first mobile phones. The handset was the size of a brick and they used to tow small trailers behind them that held the batteries. A few less […]

IT’S AN ILL WIND

It’s been an odd few days. The abscess wasn’t – it was just a gum infection. I also slept for 48 hours and my usually keen and incisive brain, full of wit, repartee and brilliant ideas ……. oh never mind. Luckily I had the Open to watch on the telly, when I wasn’t dozing, and […]