I leave Mark home alone with Jordon and the next thing I know is that they have registered a domain name for Mark and he is starting a podcast. You can find Mark’s website at www.markcooper.ca. His Twitter, Flickr, and Instagram all remain the same. It scares me what they are cooking up.
Mark has been busy this Christmas break redoing his social media sites. Here are his new online coordinates if you are inclined to give him a follow.
- Blog: markcooperyxe.blogspot.com
- Twitter: @markcooperyxe
- Flickr: mcooper
- Foursquare: markcooperyxe
- Instagram: markcooperyxe
- About.me: markstewartcooper
Jordon has been on Koodo for the last couple of years while Mark and I were still with Virgin. None of us had contracts but we need our cell phones so it was paid every single month. While I was in Best Buy looking for a birthday gift for Jordon (no luck), I asked the sales reps who had the best family plan and for us, Bell did. It saved us $50 a month, gave us way more minutes and data so I switched. We were going to keep our phones but they tossed in two phones as well, Jordon got a iPhone while I chose the Samsung Galaxy S II.
I was happy with my Samsung Galaxy 550 but it needed an upgrade. While I thought it was good, it really is nothing compared to a high end phone. The Samsung Galaxy S II’s camera is amazing and it is spectacularly fast. Since it is running a newer version of Android, it also runs a lot more apps than my old one. I haven’t used Siri but Vlingo is something else. As for Jordon’s iPhone, it wasn’t quite as revolutionary for him as he loved his Samsung Galaxy Ace but he is enjoying apps like Card Munch (which I could run but I don’t have thousands of business cards like he does) and Instagram. As for our old phones, I am giving away my Samsung Galaxy 550 to some friends and Mark is getting Jordon’s Galaxy Ace which won’t have any data for it but it can use it connected to wifi.