Words matter. These are the best Blackberry Quotes from famous people such as Matthew McConaughey, Derek Blasberg, Andy Cohen, Winona Ryder, Simon Sebag Montefiore, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I think the discipline comes with turning that cellphone and Blackberry off and unplugging completely. You do that and you go through some withdrawals in the beginning. You start thinking, ‘Oh, do I need to do this? Do I need to do that?’ You forget that we were doing just fine with the payphone.
I use a Blackberry. I’m so behind on mobile communication technology, I think a smartwatch may be too far a leap.
I’ve really hung in there with my BlackBerry. The main reason I like it better than an iPhone is that I can type better. I saw Rachel Zoe using a white one and I was jealous. The risk, of course, is that it could look like a Lady BIC. I’ve just learned to own it though.
I have my email on my Blackberry, and that’s about it.
Nicholas I has been called ‘Genghis Khan with a telegraph.’ Stalin was ‘Genghis Khan with a telephone.’ But Mr. Putin is not Genghis Khan with a BlackBerry.
Mindfulness means being aware of how you’re deploying your attention and making decisions about it, and not letting the tweet or the buzzing of your BlackBerry call your attention.
Well, I was never a ‘gadget girl.’ But in the last few years, the Blackberry and the iPad have changed my life or rather have become a part of my life.
It seems that humans have been enjoying the taste and health benefits of blackberries for thousands of years. Gathered blackberries have been found at Neolithic sites, while a preserved iron age bog body, known as Haraldskaer Woman, provides definite evidence of blackberry ingestion.
I like to talk to people. I’ve got one assistant, one Blackberry. That’s my overhead. I don’t text that much or email. I like to sit down face-to-face and have a conversation with you. I’m old-fashioned.
Thernos 1.0 is an external point-of-care BlackBerry.
I carry both a Blackberry and an iPhone. But for my job, the iPhone is essential because of picture-taking and because of picture sharing.
I started writing an album on flights to Africa and Brazil, but it was crazy because I left the notebook on the plane. It had seven or eight songs in it. After that, I’m not writing any more songs on notebooks – and I keep my Blackberry close!
BlackBerry required tethering for some routine operations, and for many, the only way to integrate corporate mail was to keep a PC running all the time.
What is so seductive about texting, about keeping that phone on, about that little red light on the BlackBerry, is you want to know who wants you.
There are moments when the body is as numinous as words, days that are the good flesh continuing. Such tenderness, those afternoons and evenings, saying blackberry, blackberry, blackberry.
My BlackBerry is essential to my survival.
I love my BlackBerry, I love my Apple Mac, I love technology.
As a child, I loved being outdoors. Our house had a railway track going past it. Of course, Mum told us not to go near it and, of course, we did. There were amazing blackberry bushes growing all along it, and we collected the fruit.
I don’t do Twitter, Facebook; none of that. My email I do from my Blackberry or my iPhone.
One of the misconceptions about BlackBerry is that it’s your parents’ smartphone.
Two of my favorite bands, Blackberry Smoke and Black Stone Cherry, I just think both of those bands are a good new progressive kind of Southern Rock that’s a little different than us but still has a rootsy thing going on.
It is painful to watch children trying to show off for parents who are engrossed in their cell phones. Children are nostalgic for the ‘good old days’ when parents used to read to them without the cell phone by their side or watch football games or Disney movies without having the BlackBerry handy.
Constant romance with my laptop through the day is a must for me, whether I am using it to send emails or just google something, which I do quite often, as I love to keep myself well-informed with my Blackberry.
I don’t have a BlackBerry or whatever you call it. And there is something to be said for being isolated and out of phone range, because you can fall into a habit to such a degree that you don’t even realise that you’ve lost something: silence.
Everybody has their iPhone cameras, BlackBerry cameras, and I see those cameras pointed up at me all the time now, which is actually really good because of what it does for me and my band. There is no time for us not to be on our toes because they’re on all the time whenever you’re playing. I think it’s very healthy.
Like Lindsay Lohan and Lauren Conrad, Barack Obama is addicted to his BlackBerry.
In terms of the technology I use the most, it’s probably a tie between my Blackberry and my MacBook Pro laptop. That’s how I communicate with the rest of the world and how I handle all the business I have to handle.
There’s something really terrible about having your BlackBerry next to your bed or having your laptop in the living room when you’re talking to someone. The biggest source of stress in my life is the screen, the blogging.
I used to have a BlackBerry. E-mail and text messaging and all those things that make life so much easier now.
I want to reach a new generation. That’s why I am Twittering now. I have a BlackBerry, an iPhone and a Mac.
We would load up the yellow Cutlass Supreme station wagon and pick blackberries during blackberry season or spring onions during spring onion season. For us, food was part of the fabric of our day.
In America, Blackberry Farm in Tennessee is one of the most amazing hotels I’ve had the privilege of staying at.
To me, ‘Blackberry Way’ stands up as a song that could be sung in any era, really. We do it with the new doing all sort of fanfare things in it and it works really well. It goes down great with audiences.
I love the BlackBerry. I’m on it all the time. I literally wrote my whole book, ‘Unwrap Your Sweet Life,’ on the BlackBerry while I was working out on the StairMill. So many people tease me about having a BlackBerry, but I meet a lot of people who still use one. Obama has a BlackBerry!
When that holiday party or happy hour comes along, shut her on down. Turn off the Blackberry, put your phone on silent, and go get ’em at the party. After all, you’re about the only one who’s earned it.
Due to the hectic, non-stop nature of my work, I’m always using my BlackBerry to stay in touch with my studio, wherever I am.
I have an iPhone, too, but I use the Blackberry more because I’m addicted to BBM’ing. I’m also on Twitter 24/7 and it’s a lot easier on the BlackBerry.
A chocolate cake can include almond praline or blackberry, and a vanilla one can have cinnamon, cappuccino, or pistachio… Each is distinctive, and I bake only to order.
I’ll never forget the first time… I got a Blackberry smartphone, and I’m playing with it and I’m going, ‘This is really important because my email, my contacts, my calendar. Everything is here and it’s synced up with that computer. It’s synced up with my assistant’s computer.’
I play Texas Hold’em on my Blackberry. I have amassed a fortune on that. I have almost 30 million dollars from playing. It is unreal.
I don’t text, I don’t have a Blackberry. Literally, I just have a cell phone that I haven’t programmed and the whole Bluetooth. No. I don’t even have an earpiece for my cell phone.
The way we measure productivity is flawed. People checking their BlackBerry over dinner is not the measure of productivity.
When you’re travelling, your day is jam-packed. I just don’t have time to whip out a PC all the time. But I can whip out a BlackBerry and tweet. I keep a constant diary of where I’m at and why I’m there.
Despite demand, the BlackBerry avoided offering generalized web browsing support.
I have a Blackberry which I use, but I am one of those people who can only type on it with one hand.
The Eisenhower Building – the furniture is mismatched; everything is just bad decor and bad quality. Everybody’s looking down at their Blackberry. It’s a really frantic, mismatched environment. But on the exterior, it’s this whitewashed, gorgeous building. It’s a fascinating contrast.
It would not be fair to choose one between them, as I am equally addicted to both the iPad and the Blackberry. In fact, there are times when I am simply hooked to both.
I type my sermon notes into my BlackBerry, then I upload my sermon notes to my blog, my Facebook page and some of the information to my Twitter account. That’s 100,000 people I’m sharing the Gospel with by the virtue of typing it into my BlackBerry as opposed to writing it down. That is being efficient with my time.
Despite my so-so-experience with the iPhone, I do love its touchscreen technology, a feature I miss with my standard-issue BlackBerry.
The only thing I would say is, I think there’s a lot of future value in Blackberry, but without experienced people who have run this type of business, and without a strategic plan, it would be really challenging.
I have a little bit of an addiction to work. So I’m always hiding in the bathroom with my Blackberry to work when I’m on holiday.
I am impressed with the innovation in the wireless marketplace. The Blackberry, the iPhone, the Pre, and other smart devices are breakthrough technologies that have helped revolutionize the wireless space.