Here is a cool app I put on my Droid yesterday called Retro Camera.
Examples of pics in the dinner thread.
I have only tried two out of the five camera modes so far.
Android slates have a problem: Most apps in the Google Market are designed for the display found on a smart phone. They look funny if scaled up to fit the slate's larger screen. If you view the app in the resolution designed for a phone, a lot of the slate's screen real estate is wasted.
Notion Ink has an interesting solution. They're working on an interface that will allow a large slate to show three Android apps running side by side. This is an extension of the way the Android OS manages windows. Today Android allows only one app to be visible in the "foreground," while other apps run invisibly in the background.
Being able to view several apps simultaneously is one big difference between the new slate computers (including iPad) and computers that run OSes designed for the desktop. I think I'd be more productive if I could view and use multiple apps simultaneously.
it remains to be seen if Android 3.0 or iOS 4.2 will adopt this approach to viewing multiple active windows simultaneousle.
Here's the blog entry that describes the Notion Ink window management ideas:
That seems like a kludge. I sure hope Android doesn't support this. A higher resolution cell phone screen would have the same problem . Android App developers need to re-work their software to scale appropriately so they will work on both the phones and the slates.
I got root on the Tmobile G2 Android and I am now running wireless tether!
Download the code for it here. Google Code Link. It's legal, but could violate your carrier terms of agreement for your contract as some plan to charge for tethering.
This is good for getting to upload and share photos if I can find an uplink in the wilderness!