Matthew has wanted to start every blog entry with "I Love Mrs. Robinson." I explained that we can’t start every blog off the same way (Sorry Mrs. Robinson) And when I told him that for the Apple Story, his comment was, "OK…Start it off ‘I like Mrs. Robinson’". I got him off of it and then when I asked him about what he wanted to start off with this time, he started in with, "I love Mrs. Robinson." So I said, "and what next…"
I love my school. My teacher’s names are Ms. McEntyre and Ms. Jones. I counted 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9 in my class last time. I like to go to Garden and then I grab my bag. I like writing on the paper. I wish I could stay for lunch. -ed: Mom misses her and picks her up before lunch.
I also like my dad’s ipod and put them in my ear. I like to listen to Boys Don’t Cry (Fergie) and I Can Hear The Bells (Hairspray).
I thought the furor around the iPhone update that either locked your iPhone so that it only runs the base software, or bricked your iPhone if it was hacked to run on networks besides ATT, was dying down. But then I read this blog from Leo Laporte, an Apple Fan and host or podcasts, radio shows and a TV show in Canada.
I’m hoping that this spurs Apple into doing the right thing and giving us our third party apps back. I’ve heard rumors that Apple might start selling apps through the iTunes store and that would be fine for me if anyone could submit apps and if authors had the ability to make free apps if they wanted.
I still have not updated my iPhone to the latest software and won’t until I can install and run my own apps. I’ll let you know if/when it’s ever safe to buy an iPhone again.
UPDATE: Business Week columnist Arik Hesseldahl agrees here.
Once upon a time on a day close to Halloween, a boy named Mark was outside at night time. There was the sound of something breathing. It was behind his house. Mark got out of his house and went downstairs. Mark went outside and went behind his house…and his friend said…BOO!
A few days later it was Halloween and Mark went to a party. While he was there he heard a voice. Mark went to check it out. This time it was a monster! Mark was Scared. So am I…find out what happened on the next Scary Story.
In North Carolina Mark Doerr and Mason Perryman lived right next to each other.Mason moved to Texasbecause his dad got a now job. 2 years later, I moved to Texas also because my dad got a new job.When I moved into my house in Texas, Mason moved right next to us.1 year later mason moved because his dad got a new job.Now we might move too ???!!!-Mark
The Barlow Girls also played at the Toby Mac concert. They sang a lot of songs. One song was called "Rain Down". It was so awesome and they sang lots of other songs that I know. I had a really good view. They were my second favorite band. I loved them too. It was so fun!