I know most people don't do this, but I know we're all somewhat of computer geeks here, so I was wondering if anyone else did this besides me. Let me first explain why this is a weird thing to do:
--Modems are less and less common on computers now.
--A lot of people now use their cell phones as their primary means of communication.
So, what I do is this. I only use my cell phone for those times people need to get hold of me right then and there, and the conversations are usually pretty quick. For business, I have a business phone, and when I really need to talk for a while, I wait until I'm at home and use the house phone in comfort and in privacy. Therefore, I've realized I can use the modem to dial my numbers through the computer, it's really cool. It's much better than any memory features on a phone and saves me loads of time (I barely ever touch my keypad).
I just wanted to know if anyone else does this, and if so, we can get into a fairly detailed discussion about software and related issues. Of course, this is also related to my obsession with addressbook software (or lack of!), but that's a sidenote right now.
PS. mouser, I know I bailed out of the addressbook review earlier this year, but I was thinking of resuming something like that. Except it won't strictly be a review, but something a little more creative that might incorporate a light discussion about PIM's. I'll discuss it more later.