mms = fail.
© 2007 Jamie Zawinski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You know what's dumb? How receiving an MMS (a text message with photos) works on a Sprint Treo.
Someone sends you a text message with a picture attached. You get a text message that says "You have a new PictureMail! Click here."
Now you can finally see the full sized image on your phone. Seven clicks! "Click, View, Save, Download, Yes, Open, Accept!" All with a two to five second delay between each opportunity to click.
And it's been this way for years. Don't they even try this crap before shipping it? What kind of person could ship software that behaved this way and feel ok with themselves?
I guess it's better than an iPhone, though, which can't send or receive MMS images at all.
What year is this?