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  • Hello you. I'm a 38-year old MSc student, studying Advanced Computer Science at Sussex University. I'm especially interested in Internet and mobile software, sensors and pervasive computing, user interfaces, and the process of developing great software.

    Before that I spent 11 years running Future Platforms, a software company I co-founded which makes lovely things for mobile phones, and which I sold in 2011.

    I read a lot, write here, and practice Aikido and airsoft. I live in Brighton, a seaside town on the south coast of the UK, with two cats and a clown.


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« Kyocera cellphone for the elderly - interesting assumption that the elderly don't use address books... nice battery life tho. | Main | What should I do with my life? »

November 27, 2004


Cathy Reed

Tom, I have a father-in-law who is vital, active, funny, and interesting. This man is also losing his ability to read, because he can't see the to do so. He would like to have a cell phone, but feel's he can't see the numbers, and the complicated electronic features confuse him. If he had a phone with an address book, he wouldn't be able to see to access it. Could you please tell me how I can find this Kyocero cell phone for the elderly, it look's like what I am trying to find.

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