To replace my aging v60, I got a new phone. I had my heart set on the v60's successor, the v600, but it was a little too expensive. I knew that I wanted a phone with Bluetooth, so I got a Sony Ericsson T616. I decided to stay with AT&T, mainly because it got bought out by Cingular. Over the past year, the service and coverage has gone from average to below average to almost poor. Now that I've had my phone for a couple days, the service has been better than it was before. The effects of the merger have already started to take place. Cingular pops up on the screen from time to time while I drive, then reverts back to AT&T. It's like having the coverage of two service providers. The Bluetooth is also very cool. Instead of manually typing in all my phone numbers, I used iSync to transfer my address book on my computer to my phone. Now whenever someone calls, a window pops up on my computer asking me if I want to answer, send them straight to voicemail, or not accept. I can also SMS or dial directly from my computer. Oh yea, it has a camera too.
On Friday, we (Joe, Rochelle, Ronald, Ellen, Phillip, and Lisa) celebrated Mira's birthday at Zip Fusion, a pretty good sushi place in Little Tokyo. Nevermind, it's damn good. Huge portions and a trendy, yet warm, setting. Happy 23rd Mira. And yes, sake bombs are supposed to have beer.