After a few months of limping along with a degrading phone, I finally replaced my loyal LG 6070 with a ass-kicking Blackberry Pearl. I mean, just look at that wicked flash website! Anyway, the main point of interface with the Blackberry Pearl is the beautiful, backlit trackball (my friends have affectionately called it the Blackberry Clit – it just demands to be touched). I love it – it makes moving through menus so fast.
However, I got an idea the other day when stumbling on the fact that I can use Bluetooth to connect my Pearl random laptops nearby. Could someone PLEASE write some code so that I can connect by Bluetooth to a laptop, then take my Pearl and turn it UPSIDE DOWN so that it effectively becomes a wireless mouse? Left-clicking would be equivalent to pushing the Pearl down so the trackball “clicks” in, and right-clicking could be automatically assigned to one of the three buttons adorning the side of the pearl. Or, if you’re a Human-Computer Interaction snob then you have a Mac and don’t need right-clicking.
Please, someone make my day!