Next to the janitor size collection of keys, trusty zippo lighter, faux leather money clip/wallet combo, and some blue fuzz, lives an otter box defended 16GB iPhone 3GS.
KevinsPocket has held quite an array of pocket communicators over the years; from text messaging minions to web surfing finger flyers.
The first device did not have a permanent home in KevinsPocket, but always accompanied the keys to the family minivan when on loan from MomsPocket. With an impressive 17 button setup and retractable antenna, the Nokia’s small footprint left ample space for other things to be stowed away (like guitar pics and tennis balls!) MomsPocket didn’t care for fancy covers or charms (remember those) but the zebra print clad Nokia that lived in a FriendsPocket will never be forgotten.
The first text message ever sent from KevinsPocket came from an oddly shaped motorola and was, more than likely, received by that unforgettable Nokia. This led to the never fully-answerable question: What can be done from KevinsPocket?
The i60c brought push to talk, the i710 added a color screen with wallpaper, and the Chocolate (complete with Super Mario Brothers ringtone) supplied the first camera to KevinsPocket.
The move to “smart” phones added email management and web browsing while on the road playing gigs and during adventure traveling… After 4 pearls, and a curve… The iPhone 3GS found a comfortable place among the oddities that can be found in KevinsPocket…