I’m in Chicago this week for the EdTechTeacher Summit, which starts tomorrow. We dropped into the AT&T store on Michigan Avenue, and I saw they have the new Amazon Fire smartphone. (They have only had it for a week!) I couldn’t resist the temptation to post a quick video review. It’s also fun to practice mobile Storychasing using my iPhone camera, the free YouTube Capture App, and the free mobile WordPress app! Since my T-Mobile phone service is LTE here in downtown Chicago, the upload of the 2.5 minute video to YouTube took less than 60 seconds!
In the video watch for my daughter Sarah, who makes a dramatic pass behind me wearing her sunglasses, and then comes by again sans-glasses for a second appearance. It’s her first time to Chicago and she’s pretty impressed with Michigan Avenue!
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