The “Ultimate Top 10 Sci-fi Aliens” program was on Friday night in UK on SkyOne. What do you think of the list??? any missing???
- 10 – Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew)
– Star Wars
- 9 – Zaphod Beeblebrox (Mark
Wing-Davey) – The
Hitch-Hikers Guide To The Galaxy
- 8 – Thomas Jerome Newton (David
Bowie) – The Man Who Fell
- 7 – Kosh (Ardwight Chamberlain)
– Babylon 5
- 6 – The Emperor Ming (Max von
Sydow) – Flash Gordon
- 5 – Maya (Catherine Schell)
- 4 – Dr Who (William
Troughton, Jon Pertwee,
Tom Baker, Peter
Davison, Colin Baker,
Sylvester McCoy, Richard
Hurndall, Peter Cushing, Terry Marsh,
Paul McGann and Christopher
Eccleston) – Dr Who
- 3 – Spock (Leonard Nimoy)
– Star Trek (The Original Series,
Movies & Guest on The Next Generation)
- 2 – The Queen Alien – Aliens
Click Continue to find Number 1, but before you do can you guess what the Number 1 might be?
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The first week or so with my new 6600 has certainly been an eye-opener compared against my old 7650. While I still like some part of the 7650 the extra memory and brighter screen are major bonuses of the 6600.
One downside I have noticed is that I am charging the 6600 more regularly possibly due to smaller battery. This could also be due to the fact I am playing more games, and sending lots of texts (get 500 free a month).
I also paid a visit to J2K Symbian Themes website and downloaded lots of themes. A few days later I deleted all but Blue Final PRO by AEFox and changed wallpaper to a photo of my Nephew who is at time of writing 13 days old (Ahhh!).
I am also taken more photos than ever (mostly ones that later I bin) thanks to the 32Mb memory card which compared to the 7650 is vastly bigger although I may in near future purchase a much bigger card.
The easiest task by far though was copying my phone numbers I had on 7650 to the 6600. This was made so simple with iSync on my Mac. I set up the 6600 as the main phone and then just a click later had all phone numbers and their thumbnails restored.
Well it’s back to playing with the phone……………….
Well, it was time for a upgrade and last week O2 phoned me about getting a tariff with them (I am currently with Vodafone on PAYG).
So when she first phoned, I asked what “Symbian” phones she had on offer. Well, in the nicest way she said she had no idea what that was, but if I looked on the O2 web site I could see what I wanted. At the time I was a bit dubious (and still will be until phone arrives), but asked her to phone back later in week so I could have a proper look.
Out of the phones on offer, the best upgrade for free was the Nokia 6600. But I will be keeping my Nokia 7650 for know.