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Looking Across the Valley from the Tower

Originally uploaded by sogrady.

Forgot to mention that my pictures – such as they are – from DebConf and JavaOne are now up in Flickr. I didn’t take more in San Francisco because my camera was out of juice.

On a totally unrelated note, does anyone know if it’s possible to send additional keystrokes on a SkypeOut call? I’m asking because the hotel I’m staying in is wreaking havoc on my Cingular connectivity – and a couple of people have left messages for me that I can’t currently retrieve. Given that Skype recently made it possible to make calls to regular lines for free, I thought I’d try that, and sure enough it connected to my voicemail fine, but I can’t figure out how to send over a # and my voicemail PIN. Anybody know how to do that, or if it’s even possible?

Categories: Conferences & Shows.

  • Sandy Kemsley

    If you haven’t found out the answer to your Skype question yet, it’s “yes”. Once you’ve dialed the call, just click back on the “Dial” tab and click # or whatever other virtual keys that you need to access your voice mail. I do this all the time when I’m travelling somewhere where my mobile roaming fees are high.